If you’re excited for Super Bowl Sunday, you’re not alone. But as any seasoned football enthusiast knows, Super Bowl parties seem to fall into two categories when it comes to the food: Hosts frantically whipping up fancy feasts with an ingredient list as long as the Eiffel Tower and prep lists that drag on for days before the Sunday gathering. Or, they order pizza, put out a few bags of tortilla chips and bulk store containers of dips, and call it a day. There has to be a better way. Somewhere between the junk food fest and Michelin-starred spread, there lies the chance to present a delightful array of home-cooked dishes and easy game-day recipes that also aren’t (super) unhealthy and don’t require you toiling away in the kitchen for hours and hours to pull things off.
That’s why we reached out to an assortment of our favorite nutritionists, fitness pros, food writers, and bloggers to share their tried-and-true Super Bowl Sunday recipes. Some are vegetarian, some are vegan, some are keto, some are healthier updates on classics (seven-layer dip 2.0, sign us up). But all of these dishes are absolutely delicious. Whether you’re just looking for a dip or two to round out your dinner lineup or want us to plan your meal from appetizers to dessert, we’ve got something for everyone. So go ahead, invite your friends over, tell them not to bring anything but a bottle of their favorite whiskey or some craft beer, and make Super Bowl LIV on Sunday, Feb. 2, your best yet.
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