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5 Whole30 Super Bowl Recipes To Help You Survive The Party

5 Whole30 Super Bowl Recipes To Help You Survive The Party

The Super Bowl is the most watched tv program and the biggest sporting game of the year, and it comes right on the heels of the new year. These Whole30 Super Bowl recipes will be an amazing addition to any party.

This may not be relevant to you unless you’ve recently made some healthy lifestyle resolutions and are now anxiously anticipating the delicious but off-limits munchies that await you at the Super Bowl party. Here are 5 Whole30 Super Bowl recipes so yummy that you won’t even be tempted by all the other junk.

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5 Whole30 Super Bowl Recipes To Help You Survive The Party

If you've recently made some healthy lifestyle resolutions, there is no reason to fear the delicious but off-limits munchies that await you at the Super Bowl party. Here are 5 Whole30 Super Bowl recipes so yummy that you won’t even be tempted by all the other junk.

7 Layer Dip

Chips and dip are a classic combo, and 7 layer dip takes it to next level. Lose the beans and the dairy to keep it compliant. The best part about this dip is that you can get the same thick texture of refried beans, but by using mashed roasted beets instead. You also don’t miss out on creaminess with the coconut milk cream concoction layered snuggly between the chunky guacamole and homemade pico de gallo. Pair it with raw veggies like carrots, sliced cucumbers, or bell peppers.

Crispy Baked Buffalo Wings

Luckily chicken is compliant with Whole30, because it would be very tough to miss out on wings during the biggest football game of the year. These buffalo wings give other non-compliant wings a run for their money and will have you licking your fingers until you’ve tasted every last drop.

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Meatballs in Marinara Sauce

You may not realize that classic meatballs are most likely not compliant with Whole 30 because they aren’t a sugary or carby dish. However, the sauce can contain added sugar, which would be a big no for your new way of eating. Instead, try these Slow Cooker Meatballs that taste even better by slowly absorbing flavor in the crock-pot all day.

Pigs in a Blanket

Pigs in a blanket- loved by all, young and old! Just because you’re not eating grains doesn’t mean you have to munch on a naked pig. You can make the “blanket” out of almond flour for the classic dish, or try this paleo pretzel recipe wrapped around your compliant cocktail wiener for a piggy that’s extra cozy.

5 Whole30 Super Bowl Recipes To Help You Survive The Party

Vegan Queso Blanco

Queso, the queen of all appetizers. This one will probably give you a headshake from the Whole 30 die hards, but if you’re okay with bending a little bit, then this is the perfect dish for you. This queso is totally compliant, using potatoes and cashews to form an ooey gooey melty cheese dip. It may not go along with the “heart” of Whole 30 as it is virtually recreating an otherwise off limits food, but it’s a healthier alternative to the classic dish either way. Bake your own kale leaves, pan-fry some plantain slices, or roast potato wedges for dipping.

It’s hard to stick to a new diet and there’s always some event that will try to throw you off, so these Whole30 Super Bowl recipes will help! If you commit to it and find ways to make meals you love, you’ll soon find yourself feeling just as strong as the players on the field. 

Jenna Lombardi
Jenna Lombardi
Jenna Lombardi currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband, Andrew, and their two children, Aaron and Clare. She loves to travel (even with kids!), find a good bargain, and enjoys an iced chai latte with soy milk every now and then. When she’s not wrangling the kids at the playground or the zoo, she can be found practicing hand lettering, reading about pregnancy and natural childbirth, or testing out a new recipe in the kitchen.