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« on: January 30, 2008 10:11:14 AM »

I'm supposed to go to a Superbowl party on Sunday (which is funny since I am not a big football fan-though I enjoy a good gathering). 

I wanted to bring something yummy, but also kinda healthy since I am trying to be more mindful of what I eat.  Any suggestions for something healthy that won't scream health food?

« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2008 10:28:16 AM »

Maybe a baked apple cassolole?
Slice you apples & add brown sugar (try the Slenda brown sugar blend) granola, little tiny pats of butter over the top (maybe use smart balance), cinnamon.
raisins, walnuts, peacans & bake.

A really flavorfull dip made with low fat (not fat free its gross sour cream & lots of herbs. with pepper strips & baby carrots.

do skewers of lean ham grapes, cheese & mellon balls.

baked pita chips & cucember slices with hummus. or a veggie spread. (blend a jar of marinated verries & add some fresh herbs & a little parmasan cheese.)

« Reply #2 on: February 07, 2008 07:22:45 PM »

its a little late now but for other parties you can always have chocolate fondue with fruit or apples w/caramel. dates wrapped in bacon ad baked in the oven are great too. pm me if you need any more or an explanation.
« Reply #3 on: February 09, 2008 10:17:10 PM »

Fresh veggies with dressing or dip is always an easy and healthy alternative... it just depends on the dip you offer... (nothing too high on calories or fat).

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« Reply #4 on: February 10, 2008 10:21:31 AM »

How 'bout some REAL food? A white turkey chili would hit the spot, I bet. Veggie stock or broth, ground turkey, white beans, bell peppers, chile peppers, celery, onion, lime and cilantro.

« Reply #5 on: February 12, 2008 02:08:43 PM »

Fresh veggies with dressing or dip is always an easy and healthy alternative... it just depends on the dip you offer... (nothing too high on calories or fat).

Just an idea!  Grin

For my parents' Super Bowl party, we served fresh veggies (carrots & broccoli) with hummus.  Yummy, yummy, and guilt-free. 

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