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9 Tasty and Healthy Snacks and Meals for the Super Bowl
No matter who you’re rooting for, these healthy recipes are a win for Super Bowl Sunday. By Melissa Romero
Munch on these snacks and meals guilt-free on Super Bowl Sunday.
Comments () | Published January 28, 2013

We know: Super Bowl Sunday just has to arrive as soon as you shed your holiday weight. No worries, though, because we’ve got you covered with meals and snacks that you can munch all night without feeling too guilty. Make one (or all) of these recipes, from personal pizzas to spicy chips and dips, and you’re sure to be a winner in everyone’s book.

10-Minute Pita and Pepper Pizza
Have everyone over for a make-your-own pizza party. This recipe will save you time and money, since it switches out dough for a pita and only takes ten minutes of prep and bake time.

Salt-Free Baked Chipotle Tortilla Chips
This spicy, crunchy snack is free of both salt and gluten—and only 105 calories per serving. Cut up some tortillas, brush on the seasoning, and bake. Also try: baked zucchini chips

Spicy Sweet Potato Hummus 
Hummus is a dip you can feel good about. This recipe is rich in fiber and protein, and the cayenne pepper and cumin add a nice kick. Also try: Asian edamame dip or tomato-and-avocado salsa

Popcorn With Pizza or Curry Spices
Popcorn is touted as one of the healthiest snacks out there, and tossing on some tasty seasoning blends easily kicks the snack up a notch. The good news: Both of these seasoning blends are 100 calories or less. 

Vegetarian Chili
Bulgur takes the place of meat in this tasty chili. Your friends and family can down a bowl of it or use it as a dip with some tortilla chips. 

Chocolate Peanut Butter Energy Bites
By the time you finish with the pizza, chili, or chips, you’ll definitely want to satisfy your sweet tooth. These no-bake chocolate peanut butter energy bites can be made the night before. 

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