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These 6 Quick and Healthy Snacks Will Support Your Super Bowl Party

author image Bryce Christian
Bryce Christian is an Annenberg journalism alum from USC. He has written and produced social media content for TheWrap, Billboard Music Awards, Miss America, American Music Awards and What's Trending. Christian is currently a contributing writer and Snapchat producer for LIVESTRONG.COM.

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These 6 Quick and Healthy Snacks Will Support Your Super Bowl Party
Are you Team Eagles or Team Patriots? Photo Credit: Bryce Christian

Super Bowl LII is coming up this weekend, which means your game-day party is too. Whether you are cheering for the Philadelphia Eagles or the New England Patriots, we have a few recipes to make your party a delicious success. And you don’t have to feel guilty about coming back for thirds and fourths as things get tense — these snacks are 100-percent health-conscious. Happy snacking!

1. Vegetable Skewers
Snack on healthy items like black olives, cherries and white cheddar cheese. Photo Credit: Bryce Christian

1 Vegetable Skewers

This snack is simple and versatile. Add black olives, cherry tomatoes and sharp white cheddar to toothpicks for a handy snack that delivers plenty of flavor.

2. Spicy Black Bean Dip
Dips are a must at Super Bowl parties. Photo Credit: Bryce Christian

2 Spicy Black Bean Dip

A perfectly easy party dip (toss everything into the food processor!), this protein-rich version won't compromise your waistline so feel free to dip away.

Recipe and Nutritional Info: Spicy Black Bean Dip Recipe

3. Raspberry Dark Chocolate Cups
Raspberry Dark Chocolate Cups Photo Credit: Bryce Christian

3 Raspberry Dark Chocolate Cups

For this sweet treat, you will need plain Greek yogurt, raspberries, and cacao or intense dark chocolate. Dish out the yogurt and garnish with raspberries and crumbled dark chocolate chunks or cacao nibs.

4. Super Bubbly
Sparkling wine and berries. Photo Credit: Bryce Christian

4 Super Bubbly

Keep the drink prep easy: Garnish a glass of sparkling white wine with a few blackberries.

5. Goat Cheese and Yogurt Dip
Goat Cheese and Yogurt Dip Photo Credit: Bryce Christian

5 Goat Cheese and Yogurt Dip

A healthy alternative to those fat-laden dips, this version is especially useful at large gatherings like the Super Bowl where diet-wreckers seem to lurk everywhere. This recipe utilizes fat-free Greek yogurt in place of sour cream for a satisfying dip that won't hurt your waistline.

Recipe and Nutritional Info**:** Goat Cheese and Yogurt Dip

6. Sriracha Turkey Meatballs
Turkey meatballs get a kick of heat with Sriracha. Photo Credit: Bryce Christian

6 Sriracha Turkey Meatballs

A spicy twist on the classic turkey meatball.

Recipe and Nutritional Info**:** Sriracha Turkey Meatballs

7. Salty & Sweet Skewers
Appetizers are par for the course on Super Bowl Sunday. Photo Credit: Bryce Christian

7 Salty & Sweet Skewers

Make your tongue dance with all the sweetness and saltiness of blueberries, feta cheese and watermelon happily married on one skewer.

8. Bubbly Alternative
Photo Credit: Bryce Christian

8 Bubbly Alternative

Just like the other bubbly, except add some raspberries to a glass of sparkling white wine instead.

What Do YOU Think?
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What Do YOU Think?

What other festive game-day snacks do you like? Who will you be supporting on Sunday? What other ways do you keep your Super Bowl snacking on the light side? Let us know in the comments below.

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