Feb. 4 is approaching, and that means mountains of chicken wings, cheese dip, pizza, and chips in accompaniment with the long awaited Super Bowl. Whether you follow along with each touchdown and tackle, or just watch the commercials, food, especially greasy, guilt-inducing food, is the star player. This is unfortunately inconvenient for those who are a month in to their “New Year, New Me” vow for healthy living.

In order to help some of those people enjoy game day a little more, while also enjoying some tasty snacks, I have compiled a list of healthy Super Bowl snacks that won’t force you to break your New Year’s resolution.

1. Lettuce Wraps

Natalie Marshall

These lettuce wraps are a lighter version of chicken tacos, but you won’t have to forfeit any of the flavor.

2. Healthy Sliders

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Tara Botwinick

For when you don’t want the commitment of a full burger, you can have these little stunners that are the perfect appetizer size.

3. Pita Chips and Hummus

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Christin Urso

Pita chips and hummus are a classic healthy snack combo, and you can easily purchase your favorite flavored hummus and chips at your local grocery store, or you can make both the hummus and pita chips from scratch.

4. Baked Sweet Potato Fries

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Shanti Basu

Sweet potatoes fries are the perfect way to curb your fry craving without all the greasy of the original.

5. Quinoa Crust Pizzas

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Marissa Arnett

Although this dish requires a little more time in the kitchen, this quinoa crust pizza will rival the delivery pizza. Well, kind of, but these pizzas will prevent you from fully missing out on the joy of a slice of regular pizza.

6. Grilled Chicken Skewers

These chicken skewers are perfect for the super bowl. They are easy to eat and you can pretty much alter the recipe to whatever flavor profile you are feeling that day.

7. Baked Zucchini Parmesan Crisps

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Ellen Gibbs

This cheesy zucchini crisps will make you forget that you are eating a vegetable. You can also pair these with marinara sauce as an alternative to cheesy bread.  

Any of these delicious healthy Super Bowl snacks will be sure to please your friends and family on game day.