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Yep, it’s that time of the year again. All Americans come together, whether they like football or not, to watch the biggest game of the year: the Super Bowl. Though this year, try to switch things up and snack on healthy bites instead of pizza and wings. Below are some healthy appetizers that even your manly, football-obsessed husbands and boyfriends will enjoy while yelling at the TV.

Skinny Buffalo Chicken Dip 

Photo and recipe courtesy of Gimme Some Oven 

This skinny version is so delicious that your football loving friends will never guess it’s actually got a lot of healthy parts to it. It takes just 5 minutes to whip up and another 30 minutes to bake. It’s crazy quick and super simple. Just what you need on game day.

Baked Pickle Chips 

Photo and recipe courtesy of Lulus for Lemon 

If you’re a fan of fried pickles, then you’ll be obsessed with this healthy alternative to them. Why add to your waistline and pants size with the calorie-laden original recipe? Just replace your favorite football snack with this healthy swap that has so much less guilt.

Skinny Taco Dip 

Photo and recipe courtesy of Gina’s Skinny Recipes

It’s the attack of the dips! We all know that dips are a huge part of Super Bowl Sunday, but you don’t have to try and fight the temptation to snack on them this year. This skinny taco dip is a healthy version that tastes even more flavorful and, most of all, fresh. 

Crispy Buffalo Quinoa Bites Salad

Photo and recipe courtesy of Half Baked Harvest 

This is one of the safest ways to introduce any type of salad on Super Bowl Sunday. I mean, who wants eat salad on game day? This salad is full of protein-packed quinoa, buffalo zest and cheesy ranch—making it the Super Bowl salad of all salads.

Skinny Barbecue Chicken Flatbread

Photo and recipe courtesy of Skinny Mom

Swap out your usual BBQ chicken pizza that’s packed with a ton of calories and fat for this healthy version. It tastes completely fresh and it’s even more delicious just knowing it’s heaps healthier.