10 Super Simple Super Bowl Recipes

by Amie on January 6, 2012

Now that the holidays are over perhaps we can move on to our next celebration, shall we?

And before Valentine’s Day rolls around next month, we’ve gotta Super Bowl to watch.

While ordering my Fresh Direct delivery last week, I couldn’t help but think of what to make for a healthy Super Bowl party.  That’s the beauty of food shopping online; it’s quick, it’s easy and it doesn’t take venturing out of your Manhattan apartment into the freezing cold.

Just 1,2, 3 and it’s done.

Signed, sealed, delivered.

So, what exactly did I order?

A whole lot.

Everything from fresh fiber-filled organic veggies and herbs to fresh shrimp , tofu and beans for some hearty protein.

My favorites? Their organic eggplant, zucchini, mushrooms and of course, their shrimp.  I don’t know about you but it’s not so easy to find good shrimp and boy o’ boy did Fresh Direct hit it on the bulls eye.  They were tender and delish.

Heck, I even created some fun tiny tacos and a mini pizza with corn tortillas.

Now how much more fun can you have serving a gluten-free, grain-free Super Bowl Party?

Well, not much more fun than I had alone in my kitchen whipping up these 10 tasty recipes.

You’ve got three weeks. That’s right 3 solid weeks to perfect these 10 fun finger food recipes for game day.

So, what are you waiting for?

Go ahead, get your practice on and start making some of these babies the games this Sunday.

And since I was inspired by all of these amazing fresh ingredients, I thought I’d lend some of my trusted recipes to you for a lil’ inspiration to get your juices flowing just in time for the big game day.

It may be three long weeks away but I know you’re already wondering what you’ll serve those hungry boys n’ gals crowding around your big ol’ flat screen TV.

Aren’t you?

Dig in.

10 Things To Serve for your Simple Super Bowl Party

  • Eggplant Fries (Sliced Eggplant sprinkled with olive oil, flax seeds, baked at 350 degrees F for 20 minutes)
  • Arugula and Fig Pizza (Corn tortillas topped with arugula, figs and hemp seeds baked at 325 degrees F for 15 minutes)
  • Stuffed Mushrooms (Button mushrooms stuffed with gluten-free bread crumbs and oats baked at 375 degrees F for 10-12 minutes)
  • Mini Veggie Tacos (Corn tortillas filled with veggies of choice, salsa and guacamole)
  • BBQ Mini Bean Burgers with Chipotle Sauce (Black beans mixed with BBQ sauce, ground cashews and chipotle peppers; grilled)
  • Creamy Squash Guacamole (Yellow squash, grape tomatoes, cilantro and avocado mashed together)
  • Grilled Coriander Shrimp (Shrimp tossed with olive oil, cilantro and coriander; grilled)
  • Spicy Zucchini Cole Slaw (Shredded cabbage mixed with zucchini, onions, carrots chili powder, sea salt and pepper)
  • Grilled Tofu Bites on Skewers (1 block of extra firm tofu, marinated and cut into 1/2 inch cubes, placed onto skewers with veggies; grilled)
  • White Bean Pecan Dip (White beans , olive oil, fresh basil and pecans pureed in a food processor)

I’m honored and excited to announce that I was named one of Bing’s Top Food Blogs.

And I’ll be presenting at the NYC Kid’s Food Festival on Sunday January 22nd at 3:00 at Bryant Park.

I’m excited to announce Fresh Direct is offering my readers 15% off their orders when you use this link. And use code: (ACPN2) for customer to redeem the FREE DELIVERY offer.

What’s your go-to Super Bowl recipe?

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Alta January 6, 2012 at 9:12 am

Sounds like a big list of healthy yum! I’m digging the addition of squash to guacamole. Do you just steam until tender? I need to check out Fresh Direct. :)

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Amie January 6, 2012 at 12:16 pm

Thank you darling; I love Fresh Direct. I’m actually going to be offering 15% off to all customers soon; hope you enjoy! Have a great day.
oxox

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EA-The Spicy RD January 8, 2012 at 11:07 am

Big congrats on being named one of Bing’s Top Food Blogs! I’m loving all these healthy and delicious super bowl ideas-especially the mini bean buyers and creamy squash guacamole-yum! Love the idea of the food delivery, although it’s not to popular here in San Diego…I was just talking to a friend (new mom) who lives in NYC and is loving food delivery, although she said the only downside is not being able to select her produce. Still, sounds nice to take a break from grocery shopping :-)

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Amie January 8, 2012 at 6:42 pm

Thank you so much; so great to hear from you. I appreciate your comment about Bing and I am truly honored. These fun football ideas are surely going to be on my plate this year. Living in Manhattan in the winter can be tough for food shopping so Fresh Direct is fabulous but I still love picking out my own food at the market. I agree but it’s a nice time saver. I love San Diego; hope you are having a great New Year so far. Thank you again!

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Healthy Juicer January 10, 2012 at 9:32 pm

Stuffed mushrooms are my first choice to eat. Forget watching the game. I always love going to Super Bowl parties just for the food.

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Amie January 10, 2012 at 9:39 pm

Thank you! Hope you enjoy this recipe. Stuffed mushrooms are a favorite especially when they’re gluten-free and healthy! Have a great night and thank you for your comment.

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Adina January 11, 2012 at 3:43 pm

I love eggplant fries! This is the first time I’ve ever seen them mentioned on the web. I grew up with my mom making these for me because she loved eggplant and the only way I would eat it was in frie form! Fun! Glad to see it mentioned!

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Amie January 11, 2012 at 4:45 pm

Thank you Adina; so great to hear from you. Love the childhood memories; so fun!
Have a great night and hope to hear from you again soon. Enjoy.

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Candace Roberts February 3, 2012 at 9:34 am

Amie –

Your energy is contagious! I fell upon your blog yesterday and cannot stop reading your posts. Thank you so much for posting all the information you have. I have been searching for a blog like this to follow for a long time.

Wishing you all the continued success one can muster.

You are a ray of sunshine!

Again, thank you.

Enjoy your day.

Kind Regards,

Candace Roberts

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Amie February 3, 2012 at 9:36 am

Awe; thank you so much Candace. You just MADE my Friday! So kind of you and I greatly appreciate you taking the time to write to me. It seems like everyone tells me that my energy is contagious in person, so it’s funny to hear someone say that you can feel my energy through my blog, too!
Thank you again; have a wonderful weekend and enjoy my recipes.
xoxo

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