Buffalo Cauliflower Dip1 of 5
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Upgrade the classic buffalo chicken dip by swapping chicken for roasted cauliflower and lightening up the base with the addition of protein rich Greek yogurt. You won't miss the extra calories from the original version.
Butternut Squash, Quinoa and Black Bean Chili2 of 5
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This recipe is guaranteed to keep your super bowl guests full and satisfied. The squash provides potassium, beneficial for endurance and bone health. The beans also deliver B6, plus ample fiber, which greatly benefits the cardiovascular system. Topped with Greek yogurt (mix in a little olive oil and a pinch of salt to create a more savory than tangy flavor) for lean protein and avocado for heart-healthy Omega-3 fats, this chili is a satisfying and satiating nutritional powerhouse.
Spiced Sweet Potato Bites3 of 5
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Put down the potatoes chips and make a batch of these tasty and healthy Spiced Sweet Potato Bites. These bites get their flavor from a blend of seven spices and are baked to crispy perfection. Topped with a touch of melted cheddar cheese and sour cream, these treats are the perfect one-bite appetizer. Since sweet potatoes are high in vitamin A, potassium and fiber this is a game day snack you can feel good about serving.
Cauliflower Nachos4 of 5
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Guilt-free nachos, anyone? This clever recipe utilizes crispy, cornmeal-coated cauliflower as the base of the nachos. It's then topped with a healthy portion of vegetarian bean chili, creamy avocado and pickled jalapenos. Feel free to get inventive with this recipe. The cauliflower is a great base for any nacho toppings you can dream up.