13 Further Food Snacks Worth Watching the Superbowl For Print 2 LikeDislike By Recipe Team 13 Further Food Snacks Worth Watching the Superbowl ForSuperbowl party-goers across America are gearing up for some serious snacking this Sunday. Whether you’re hosting your own smorgasbord, or kicking in a dish for someone else’s, chances are your local grocery store is brimming with “all-American” options to help you feed the masses. But before you battle it out for the last jar of cheese dip, check out some of our favorite recipes for a crowd pleasing game day spread.Turmeric-Spiced Chicken Drumsticks: Skip the store-bought preservative-laden marinades. These flavor-packed Turmeric Drumsticks are bursting with flavor from the turmeric and other spices! Because they are baked instead of breaded and fried, they also have a fraction of the calories.Skinny Spinach Dip*: Creamy, savory, and protein-rich, this spinach dip is a sure-fire crowd pleaser. Serve it with your favorite veggies for a delicious, healthy snack your guests will keep coming back to! Quick and Easy High Protein Guacamole*: Boost this party staple with collagen to make it a protein rich, light and healthy guacamole that everyone will love.Serve with carrots and broccoli for a satisfying crunch and an extra nutrient boost.Mexican Crab Cakes: It’s a finger-food fiesta with these simple but showstopping crab cakes.Carrot and Quinoa Superfood Hummus*: Hummus gets a makeover when Jennie swaps out garbanzo beans for cooked quinoa, for a more IBS-friendly, fiber-filled dip. Superfood High Protein Cacao Bites: Go nutty with these super fast sweet treats. Cashews, almonds, flax seeds and collagen provide protein to keep you powered through Justin Timberlake’s halftime show, and the cocoa will hit all the notes to make the crowd roar.Quick and Easy Layered Bean Dip: Pack your party with this protein packed Bean Dip. With the beans, olives, vegetables, and plain yogurt, this dish provides protein, fiber, phytonutrients, and probiotics. Serve it with blue corn chips for an added boost of nutrients. Salmon and Sweet Potato Sliders: Who needs buns when you have vitamin-rich sweet potatoes? These salmon sliders are sweet, savory and scrumptious.Collagen Zucchini Brownies: Soft, chocolatey brownies? Need we say more? No, but we’re going to anyway. It just gets better with these sweet treats that are also full of antioxidants and vitamins due to the zucchini and bananas. The added collagen provides a protein boost with lots of other healthy benefits. These brownies are sure to satisfy the sweet tooth of every guest!Yeast Free Paleo Pretzels: Who doesn’t love pretzels? And you’ll love that these are grain free, Paleo, and completely delicious. Cucumber Canapes: Avocado, smoked salmon and cooling cucumber make these quick bites simple but satisfying. *For Dipping: Try our Multigrain Roti or Tri-Colored Turmeric Roasted Potatoes and Broccoli. Fun Fact: Did you know that Superbowl is second only to Thanksgiving for the most food consumed in a single day by Americans. It’s estimated that we will consume over 1 billion chicken wings, 11 million pounds of chips, and 4 million pizzas this Sunday. Want more?Rainbow Veggie WrapsZesty Turkey MeatballsHomemade Guacamole9 Ridiculously Yummy Heart-Healthy Dishes You Need to TryNote: PLEASE consult with your doctor before making any changes to your diet or medications. The material on this site is provided for educational purposes only, and is not to be used for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.