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.

How GMC Can Help

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.


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