Healthified Game Day Classics from Our Favorite Food Bloggers

Happy Super Bowl Sunday! Although we’re sad the Seahawks won’t be fighting for the title today, we’re excited to spend time with family and friends while watching the game. If you find yourself hosting people for the big game or visiting friends, test out one of these delicious “healthified” game day recipes from our favorite food bloggers – they’re sure to be a crowd-pleaser!

Carissa Stanton of @broccyourbody takes classics we all know and love and puts a healthy spin on them. Her Crispy Sweet Potato Fries and French Onion Dip will delight your taste buds. 

Pro tip: Swap Greek Yogurt in the dip for Good Karma’s Plant-Based Sour Cream to make it vegan!

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Alyssa Rimmer of @simplyquinoa is a holistic nutritionist who shares plant-based recipes that heal people from within and won’t make you miss dairy or meat. Her Baked Sweet Potato Black Bean Taquitos are the perfect game day snack. Oh, did we mention there’s a Creamy Avocado Dipping Sauce too?!

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Mother-daughter duo, Lexi and Beth, of @crowded_kitchen share recipes that accomodate most diets, making them the perfect bloggers to follow if your family or friends have different dietary needs! Their Cauliflower Wings with Vegan Ranch, featured in Hour Detroit, are sure to please any crowd.

PS: We’re dying to make their beautiful, vegan and gluten-free Orange Olive Oil Cake!

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A local favorite, Rachael Devaux of @rachaelsgoodeatsHealthy Twix Bars are the healthified way to make all your sweet dreams come true. These bars are gluten-free, dairy-free and refined sugar-free so you won’t wake up Monday morning with a sugar hangover! 

We’re always looking for more kitchen inspiration, who are your favorite food bloggers? Share with us on Instagram and Twitter!