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Healthy Recipes: 6 Simple Super Bowl Recipes for Chips and Dip

Baked chipotle chips, spicy edamame dip, and more for healthy snacking during Sunday’s big game.

Chips and dip are a party staple, especially on Super Bowl Sunday—but it’s easy to overeat and derail your healthy diet. Here’s the good news: You can nosh on your favorite snacks guilt-free this Super Bowl Sunday with the help of these healthy chip and dip recipes. Not only will these help you avoid oversalted chips and cheese-loaded dips, but they’re also crazy-quick to make, so you won’t miss any half-time antics or commercials. Happy snacking!

1) Spinach-Artichoke Dip

Offset the cheese in this dip by upping the amount of vitamin-rich artichokes and spinach.

2) Zucchini Carpaccio

This recipe packs a satisfying crunch thanks to the raw zucchini slices topped with Parmesan and pine nuts.

3) Heirloom-Tomato-and-Avocado Salsa

The healthy fats in the avocado help the body absorb the antioxidant lycopene from the tomatoes.

4) Asian Edamame Dip

This spicy dip gets its addictive flavor from Sriracha, ginger, and soy sauce.

5) Salt-Free Tortilla Chips

Chipotle seasoning adds flavor to these baked chips without upping the sodium.

6) Spicy Sweet Potato Hummus

This dip is rich in fiber and potassium and tastes great on chips, crackers, or—even better—raw veggies.

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