Healthy Tailgating Recipes

Wellness: Nutrition
7 Low-Calorie Tailgating Recipes (That Just Happen to Be Gluten-Free)

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November 30 2017

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Eat healthy on gameday? Is that even possible? Turns out, yes. We sifted through our favorite tailgate recipes to pull out the healthiest, dietitian-approved picks. And they just happen to be gluten-free. Game on!

  1. 7-Layer Gameday Dip

    Pile on the fresh chopped tomatoes, lettuce, and scallions, and use bell peppers instead of chips to sneak in a few extra veggies.

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  2. Chicken Burrito Bowls

    For a healthy main dish, customize these burrito bowls with a variety of good-for-you toppings. We recommend avocado and thinly sliced jalapeño.

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  3. Mini Cauliflower Bites

    They taste like pepperoni pizza, but with only 30 calories a pop.

     

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  4. Roasted Garlic Guacamole

    A good source of fiber, this garlicky guac will help you feel full, so you don’t overdo it on chips.

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  5. Cheesy Spinach and Artichoke Dip

    Shave off unnecessary fat and calories by using lighter ingredients in this gameday must. Make this a gluten-free recipe by serving this tasty dip with gluten-free crackers

  6. Garlic and Herb-Grilled Sweet Potato Fries

    Packed with vitamins A and C, you can feel good about having fries with that.

  7. Peanut Butter Cookies

    Gotta have something sweet, right? We like that these cookies have 4 grams of protein each and only 130 calories.