Foodie Friday: Healthier Superbowl Snacks
If your New Year’s resolutions included eating a healthier diet, or if you just want some new ideas for Superbowl snacks, here are some ideas to try:
Blue-Green Canapés combine low-fat cream cheese with blue cheese, pair with grapes and walnuts and serve on miniature Melba toasts.
Carrot Oat Bran Muffins (gluten-free) use oat bran instead of flour, plus applesauce to make these muffins low in fat.
Fresh Cranberry Applesauce (gluten-free) is a great way to use up any leftover cranberries, or to make use of the fresh cranberries you might have stashed in the freezer.
Quick Apple Crisp creates a crowd-pleasing dessert with only 134 calories per serving.
Vegetable Dip Mix can be blended with fat-free sour cream and served with vegetable sticks for a very healthy snack or appetizer.
Whole-Grain Party Mix is equally as fun as the store-bought brands, but with more nutrition.
For more yummy snack, party, drink and meal ideas, browse Gwinnett Medical Center’s boards on Pinterest. You’ll find boards for kid-friendly recipes, healthy dinners, brown bag lunches and more.