10 Healthy Super Bowl Recipes So Good You Won't Care If Your Team Wins

The Super Bowl can be stressful enough without having to worry about things like calories. UGH. So, this year, we elected ourselves Snack Captain and searched far and wide for strategies to make your game day run more smoothly. According to very academic research, the healthier the foods, the more of them you can put on your plate. So get a-crunchin' and win big with these 10 healthy Super Bowl recipes.

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by Emily Mack

20-Minute Turkey Taco Nachos

You were born to eat these nachos. And, ready in just 20 minutes, you could probably eat them every day if you wanted to — Super Bowl or not. (via How Sweet It Is)

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Skinny Two Ingredient 110 Calorie Mozzarella Cheese Sticks

These mozzarella sticks are “skinny” because eating them makes you skinnier. Yes? (via Averie Cooks)

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Pepper Crusted Salmon Cakes with Horseradish Sauce

These little guys are fresh, flaky, and fancy. They’re healthy too, so go ahead and line your plate with them. (via Five and Spice)

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Avocado Toast

“Put avocado on toast,” said some genius, somewhere. And the good people listened. (via Cookie and Kate)

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Crispy Rosemary Hummus

DAT HUMMUS. (via A Spicy Perspective)

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Gluten-Free Nut Crackers

Unhappy with all the high-salt carb-heavy crackers at the grocery store? Make your own. Like a boss. (via Green Kitchen Stories)

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Copycat Trader Joe's Reduced Guilt Spinach and Kale Greek Yogurt Dip

Dip your homemade crackers in this homemade dip. According to mathematics, homemade low-carb crackers = double the dip. (via How Sweet It Is)

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Fresh-Stuffed Tomatoes with Avocado, Spinach, and Bacon

Eating healthy does not mean that bacon does not exist. Enjoy it here, as a crunchy, salty garnish on these avocado egg salad-stuffed tomatoes. (via The Healthy Foodie)

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Goat Cheese-Covered Grapes with Pistachio Dust

Eating grapes that aren’t covered in cheese? You’re doing it wrong. (via Healthful Pursuit)

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Kale and White Bean Crostini

Behold. Tasty things on bread. (via Love and Lemons)

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