Friday, Jun 30, 2017
When watching the big game, whether its baseball, football, basketball or another sport, men often reach for familiar comfort foods. Unfortunately, these meals can be loaded with calories and saturated fats.
Try out these options on your next game day. You won't be disappointed!
Chicago Deep-Dish Pizza
What could be manlier than a deep-dish pizza? This recipe is an all-time favorite that’s so good you’ll never want to order delivery again. [Get the recipe]
Buffalo Chicken Dip
Hot wings occupy a top spot on most game-day menus. Try this delicious dip, with a few healthier ingredient substitutions, and enjoy all the hot wing flavor without the extra fat. [Get the recipe]
Baked French Fries
Who doesn’t love a mouthwatering handful of fresh, hot seasoned french fries. Skip the drive thru and the oil and make these tasty, baked fries at home. [Get the recipe]
Barbecue Pulled Chicken (Slow Cooker)
Delicious, healthy and easy - this recipe checks all three items off the list. Fire up your slow cooker and give this recipe a try. Make it ahead of time and have piping hot barbecue in time for kickoff or first pitch. [Get the recipe]
Almond Crusted Chicken Tenders
Here is another healthier take on a classic. Whether you are a big kid or have kids, these chicken tenders are a home run every time. [Get the recipe]
Hummus Dip and Vegetables
OK. We know hummus probably doesn’t sit on top of most people’s favorite dip list, but give this flavorful, easy-to-make appetizer a try and it may become a permanent, healthy fixture on your game day table. [Get the recipe]