8 Delicious Tailgating Recipes That Aren't Horrible For You
Why snack on toasty chickpeas instead of chips? They're tossed in eye-rollingly good spicy, buttery buffalo sauce—so they're way more delicious than a bag of store-bought crisps (which probably contain trans fat). And even though they're addictive, you don't have to feel bad about going back for seconds (or thirds).
The Real Food RDscall this dressing Paleo, but you'll just call it delicious. It's ultracreamy, thanks to a mix of mayo and coconut milk. And the combo of dried parsley, dill, chives, and garlic powder delivers full-on ranch flavor in every bite. Use it as a dip for veggies, or as a spread for sandwiches or wraps.
Forget the dry football-shaped cake with the saccharine sweet icing.Foolproof Living's intensely fudgy, chocolate brownies are sure to win out with your crowd. And since they're made with wholesome ingredients like whole wheat spelt flour, almond butter, coconut oil (), and Medjool dates, everyone will be food-coma-free come kickoff.
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