For some, fall Sundays are all about the football, while others know the real touchdowns happen in the kitchen. We’ve rounded up some game day recipes that feature protein and whole foods so you can go back for seconds, thirds, and definitely fourths.
This recipe takes less than 30 minutes and is perfect to top an entrée or for finger foods during the game.
Chips without dip is like ice cream without sprinkles–yeah, it’s okay, but it’s not what you really want. This layered dip is stuffed with veggies, including avocado, tomato, and onions!
The chip seems to be the forgotten ingredient in nachos, serving mostly to transport those delicious toppings to your mouth and honestly not even doing a great job of it. We swapped chips for sweet potatoes so we can pile on more toppings and get some extra flavor too.
To be honest, the pepper is more of a delivery service for the garlicky dip and crisps, but an extra veggie here and there just means there’s more room for dessert.
Finish off the night with something sweet! This three-ingredient dip can be paired with fresh fruit, graham crackers, or even pretzels.
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