Get Low Carb Ready for Super Bowl Sunday!
Super Bowl Sunday is coming up fast, which means: time to meal prep.
There are tons of low carb, grab-n-go options at Whole Foods or Trader Joe’s. And you can’t go wrong with every football fan fave, wings. They’re naturally low carb!
But if you’re looking for some classic, home-cooked dishes to fill up your table, look no further. We’ve got some deliciously and supremely low carb options for your Super Bowl Sunday!
Keto Pork Rind Nachos
Because it’s not a Super Bowl party without the nachos. And what’s better than regular nachos? Low carb nachos. All it takes is some pork rinds.
Sub in pork rinds for your usual, high carb tortilla chips, and you’re good to go! The pork rind chip is just as salty, just as crunchy, and just as able to hold all your nacho topping goodness. This particular pork rind chip includes Mexican frying cheese and taco seasoning.
The result? The most perfect low carb chip of all time. Grab the recipe from KetoConnect!
Serving size: 1
Low Carb Eggplant Pizza
We’ve all been there: you consume your 3 pizza slices, dose accordingly, then watch as your blood sugar plummets, to be followed by sky-rocketing high blood sugars all night long.
So on nights that demand pizza (the Super Bowl), try a personal eggplant pizza instead! Use nutrient-dense eggplant as the crust instead of a carbo-loaded breaded crust.
Get the full recipe from Miryam at EatGood4Life!
Serving size: 1 pizza
BBQ Chicken Stuffed Zucchini Boats
An alternate (and cheesier!) take on BBQ chicken wings, BBQ chicken boats are a total game-changer. I
f you have guests that opt out of wings because of the typical mess, these boats will surprise and delight! And, to be totally honest, they might even be better than the original. 🤫
Monique from Ambitious Kitchen has the full recipe.
Serving size: 1 zucchini boat
Keto Poblano Artichoke Dip
Another absolute must at every Super Bowl party? Dip. Lots of ‘em, too.
And believe it or not, most dips out there -- guacamole, queso, spinach artichoke, buffalo chicken -- are already pretty low carb! But you can never have too many.
So to add more options to your table, try out this poblano artichoke dip for a packed-punch crowd pleaser! Get the full recipe from Texas Granola Girl.
Best served with other delicious low carb options, like those pork rinds mentioned above!
If you’re not into the pork rind option, we’ve got you covered there, too. There’s a chip -- or, rather, crunch -- lover inside each of us.
And sometimes, crunchy vegetables just don’t cut it. We get it.
So when you find yourself in need of a salty, crunchy dip-scooper, look no further than these low carb, homemade crackers! Add them to your (low carb) charcuterie board or heap gobs of your favorite dip on them!
You cannot go wrong with this flaky, crunchy, buttery recipe from Gnom Gnom.
Two Ingredient Cheese Crisps
Because you can never have too many crunchy “chip” options!
And talk about a combo platter: cheese, crunch, and low carb. These cheese crisps are delicious, easy to make (two ingredients), and go with everything! Throw in whatever cheese you like -- sharp, extra sharp, pepperjack -- and enjoy.
Get the ridiculously easy recipe from Moscato Mom.
Serving Size: 1 crisp
Keto Cheeseburger Muffins
Everything you could ever want in a cheeseburger, put into keto form. These keto cheeseburger muffins are exactly what you’re imagining: the most savory and decadent cheeseburger elements compounded into bite-size cup form. Use the recipe from ruled.me to get you started, but feel free to throw in all your favorite burger toppings and ingredients!
Serving size: 1 muffin
Score big on Super Bowl 2020 with these awesomely low carb spreads. Let us know which ones you choose for your big party!