36 Keto Super Bowl Recipes Guaranteed to Score
No matter which side youre rooting for on Sunday, you cant watch the Super Bowl without snacks! Many traditional football foods are carb-loaded horror shows for folks on Keto diets, but weve come up with a list of 36 Keto Super Bowl recipes that are sure to keep every fan well-fed.
Chips and dip are classic Super Bowl snacks, but why not swap out the usual tortilla chips or cheesy nacho dip for some delicious Keto-friendly guacamole or low carb corn dog muffins? And who says Super Bowl cant be classy? Try out these recipes for stuffed olives and mini quiches to impress all your Sunday guests.
Here are just a few of the Keto Super Bowl Recipes To Keep Your Team Happy weve included:
- Paleo Dipping Chips
- 5-Min Super Easy Keto Guacamole
- Baba Ganoush
- Paleo Baked Onion Rings
- Paleo/GF Popcorn Shrimp
- Classic Buffalo Wings
- Ah-Mazing Keto Pizza Bites (Contains Dairy)
- Cream Cheese Stuffed Meatballs (Contains Dairy)
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Keto Chips & Dips
Ingredients: cauliflower, olive oil, garlic, lemon juice, tahini or almond butter, sea salt, ground black pepper, fresh parsley, cherry tomatoes, cucumber.
Cauliflower is an amazingly versatile and healthy Keto food. Registered DietitianMegan Ware, RDN, LDsays, It providesantioxidantsand phytonutrients that can protect againstcancer. It also contains fiber to enhance weight loss and digestion, choline that is essential for learning and memory, and many other important nutrients.
The lemon juice and garlic give this dip a flavor not unlike hummus, yet the cauliflower keeps it light. Cucumber and celery make great tools to use to get this fabulous dip down!
Ingredients: avocado, garlic powder, onion powder, lime juice, salt, fresh cilantro, chili powder.
This is one of the easiest recipes ever! It only takes five minutes to make a super-delicious guacamole, so this would be a great recipe if you have friends who drop in unexpectedly and you need to provide a snack, or when you are settling down to watch the game! This tastes amazing when served with low-carb tortilla chips or with vegetable crudites.
Ingredients: almond flour, chia or flax meal, Italian seasoning, salt, water.
It can sometimes be difficult to find a low-carb replacement for tortilla chips when you need a bit of crunch, but this recipe would be ideal for you to try! The almond flour gives these a nutty flavor and you can add whatever seasonings you like to give different flavors. These are lovely served with a dip or with a fresh and meaty tuna salad.
Low Carb Maven
Ingredients: almond flour, sesame seeds, baking soda, salt, pepper, egg.
If you are a fan of crackers you will love these! They are nutty but crispy and are perfect to serve with guacamole or any other keto dip. You can add different flavorings such as garlic or paprika to spice things up, or add in some chopped herbs, but whatever way you decide to make them you will find they keep well in an airtight container. These crackers also freeze well so you can batch-cook for later.
Beauty and the Foodie
Photo Credit: Stacey from Beauty and the Foodie
Ingredients: almond flour, flax meal, egg white, lime juice, chili powder, cumin, sea salt, olive oil.
These chips have a real taste of Mexico and go so well with either guacamole or salsa when you are enjoying a snack with the family. They are really crunchy which is something I was missing until I found these, and they have a bit of a kick from the chili on top. These chips can burn quite easily, so keep an eye on them as they cook.
Photo Credit: Rach from Meatified
Ingredients: artichoke hearts, avocados, fresh cilantro, lemon juice, brine from the artichokes (optional).
If you are a guacamole fan but are a bit fed up with the old recipes, why not give this dip a try! It uses artichoke hearts to give a totally new slant on an old favorite! Like all keto dip recipes, this one could be adapted to suit your palate. For example, if you like a bit of crunch in your dip, you could add in a finely-diced red onion right at the end of the preparation time.
Photo Credit: Josh from Slim Palate
Ingredients: eggplants, tahini, extra virgin olive oil, garlic, lemon juice, salt, cumin, red chile powder, parsley, avocado oil.
Baba Ganoush is an eggplant-based dish that is commonly found in Arabic countries and has a similar texture to hummus. It is normally served as a dip, but could also be eaten on its own. It is gently spiced and has an earthy note from the cumin, so next time you have friends round or are laying on party food for a celebration, this would give you something new to try!
Photo Credit: Meghan & Angel from The Paleo Effect
Ingredients: Paleo mayo, dill, chives, garlic powder, onion powder, lemon juice, coarse sea salt, black pepper.
Is there really a food that doesnt go with ranch dip or dressing?! I havent found one yet! This dip is rich with herbs like dill, with its slight aniseed flavor, which goes so well with shrimp or chicken wings as party food, or simply to dip your low-carb crackers in when you need a quick snack. This dip only takes a few minutes to get ready and keeps in the refrigerator for a couple of days.
Cook Eat Paleo
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Ingredients: avocados, onion, lime juice, sea salt, jalapeno.
Guacamole is the ideal side dish to accompany Mexican food as it is creamy and cooling to offset the spicy heat of the main course. It is so easy to make and is full of the healthy fats from the avocado. It also makes a great topping for a burger or as a side for a spiced chicken dish. Dont miss out the lime juice as this helps keep the green color of the avocado and stops it from oxidizing.
Ingredients: avocado, lime, prosciutto or deli ham or turkey slices.
In this recipe you get the fat bomb experience but without any effort as you are using only three ingredients. These make great snacks when you need something to keep you going, but you can also use them as an appetizer or as party food. Dont skip on the lime juice though, because it keeps the avocado from turning brown and gives these bombs a real zing!
Ingredients: asparagus, bacon, onions, eggs, coconut milk, salt, pepper.
Mini foods are so appealing to look at and these frittatas are no different. They are great served warm for breakfast, can be carried to work for a tasty lunch or simply enjoyed as a snack. Children are also keen to try mini foods, so these can be a good way to get them eating more healthily. If you are not too keen on the taste of asparagus, you could use green beans instead.
Ingredients: eggs, mayo, mustard, vinegar, paprika, salt, pepper.
I remember these little beauties from my childhood, when my Mom would make a plate of these wonderful eggy snacks when we had guests over the holidays! Hers were made with cheese and egg yolk, but the ones in this recipe are even tastier! The mustard gives them a little kick and the wonderful color comes from the yolk. Then just decorate with a little paprika to make them pretty!
Ingredients: eggs, ham, spinach, leek, coconut milk, baking powder, salt, pepper.
These little crustless quiches have the perfect balance of meat and vegetables, making them super-tasty and perfect for a quick snack or a lunch. These mini quiches taste so good cold so would be great to take to work or pack in the kids lunchboxes. When you are making these, just be a bit careful to taste the mixture before you add the salt as the ham can be salty enough, depending what type you use.
Ingredients: slices of ham, cucumber, smoked salmon, coconut cream, green salad.
These tasty wraps are ideal for a lunchtime snack or even for a healthy breakfast. They have a lovely texture since all the layers are sandwiched together with the smooth coconut cream. These are easy to eat, so they would be perfect if you are feeding kids. Or why not try turning them inside out make cucumber cups, chop the meat and stir in the cream and fill the cups with the mix to make dainty finger food!
Ingredients: chicken breast, bacon, garlic powder or crushed garlic.
These delicious little chicken bites look great and would make the perfect party food, especially with your favorite dip or salsa. They are easy to prepare and you will be amazed how many you can make from just one chicken breast! These also go down really well for kids parties or as a tasty treat on a summer picnic. You could even jazz it up even more by adding some ginger powder to the chicken coating.
Ingredients: small shrimp, eggs, paleo cajun seasoning, coconut flour, coconut oil.
If you are looking for a tasty but healthy snack to serve on game nights or for a simple lunch, why not try this amazing popcorn shrimp! It combines the texture of the crispy coating with the seasoned tender shrimp in little bite-size pieces that can be enjoyed by even your non-paleo friends and family. They might even prefer it this way!
Beauty and The Foodie
Photo Credit: Stacey from Beauty and the Foodie
Ingredients: green olives, Italian sausage, almond slivers or almond flour, sunflower seeds, flat leaf parsley, garlic powder, thyme (dried or fresh), egg, olive oil or avocado oil.
These wonderful little bite-size snacks are packed with sausage and full of flavor with their seasoned coating, making them an ideal appetizer to serve at a Mediterranean-themed meal or speared with cocktail sticks and served as party food. The olives give you a good dose of healthy fats and taste amazing on their own or with a simple low-carb dip.
Photo Credit: Michelle from Cavegirl Cuisine
Ingredients: eggs, avocado, garlic, lime juice, fresh cilantro, Sriracha, sea salt, freshly ground pepper, grape tomatoes, bacon (optional).
Although this is a simple recipe to follow, the end result looks and tastes so good that these would make a great appetizer for a dinner party. You can alter the amount of heat to suit your palate, but a little kick sets off the creamy filling of the eggs. If you dont want to use tomato as the topping you could use crispy bacon pieces or simply dust with smoked paprika!
Step Away From The Carbs
Ingredients: Klements original snack sticks, almond flour, low carb sweetener (granulated Splenda or similar), baking powder, eggs, unsalted butter.
These muffins have a light and fluffy texture, perfectly partnered with the sausage pieces for a tasty snack. These would be ideal for a snack, to take in your lunchbox, or to serve at a childrens party as a healthier alternative to traditional corn dogs. Kids love these and it would be a good idea to get them to help by pushing the sausage pieces into the batter to make a little face!
Healy Eats Real
Photo Credit: Hannah from Healy Eats Real
Ingredients: egg, coconut milk or almond milk, avocado oil, large yellow onion, almond flour, sea salt, garlic powder.
If you are having friends round and want to provide some snacks, it can get a bit tedious trying to find new recipes. So here is an easy recipe for delicious onion rings that can be served with a low-carb tomato salsa, ketchup or guacamole, or used as a side dish with burgers or chicken wings. Try to keep the onion rings the same thickness when you cut them and that ensures they all cook at the same time.
Eat Heal Thrive
Ingredients: boneless meat (a combination of chicken breasts and thighs), fresh mint leaves, fresh rosemary, lemon zest, lemon juice, garlic, extra virgin olive oil, salt.
This classic combination of lemon, garlic, and fresh herbs comes together to create a crazy-good dish! Youll have to plan ahead a bit to marinade the meat before grilling, but its worth the effort. And who doesnt love meat on a stick! Its the perfect finger food for the big game.
The Nourished Caveman
Photo Credit: Vivica from The Nourished Caveman
Ingredients: jalapeos, prosciutto, Brie cheese.
Jalapeno poppers are becoming ever-popular across the world and make a wonderful appetizer for a Mexican meal, but they are easy to eat as finger food, so you can also use them as party food. These snacks taste as good cold, so you can make them in advance to save time. If you are not eating dairy, just substitute the cheese for some sliced avocado.
I Breathe Im Hungry
Photo Credit: Mellissa from I Breathe Im Hungry
Ingredients: fresh chicken wings, Franks Red Hot sauce, unsalted butter, habanero (optional).
Buffalo wings are a favorite with many families for a delicious hands-on meal for lunch or served with a salad for a lighter dinner. These ones have a good kick from the hot sauce and are very, very moreish! If you cant get Franks hot sauce, just use your favorite one but it may not be as thick. If this happens you can put it in a pan on the stove and reduce to increase the thickness.
Low Carb Yum
Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum
Ingredients: cauliflower, Monterey jack cheese, eggs, ground sage, ground oregano, dried thyme, ground mustard, ground black pepper, fresh parsley.
Cauliflower is amazing! It can be rice, a pizza base or even bread sticks! These cheesy treats are quite easy to make and taste great on their own, but I prefer to eat mine dipped in a spicy salsa while watching a good movie! You can use cookie cutters for different shapes, or simply cut into strips with a knife. If you are invited to a party, why not take some of these with you as a gift for the host!
Photo Credit: Amanda from Wicked Stuffed
Ingredients: Rozzano marinara, Sargento mozzarella + provolone mix, Applegate Naturals uncured genoa salami slices.
You know how sometimes you just need a tasty snack that tastes of pizza, but you cant get it? Well never fear! This recipe takes only a few minutes to prepare, pop them in the oven for five minutes, then sit back and enjoy these savory delights! You wont even miss the pizza crust because you have the salami slice topped with pizza sauce and cheese mouth-watering!
Peace, Love and Low Carb
Photo Credit: Kyndra from Peace Love and Low Carb
Ingredients: ground chicken, Three Cheese Garlic Marinara Sauce, Parmesan cheese, flat-leaf parsley, garlic, dried Italian seasoning, onion powder, sea salt, black pepper, mozzarella cheese.
Chicken Parmesan has now become a favorite in many restaurants across the world, so isnt it great to have a healthy recipe that gives exactly the same flavor? With this recipe you do not need any binding ingredient, yet the meatballs still retain their shape once they are cooked. If these go down well with your family, why not batch-cook and freeze them for another day!
Ditch The Carbs
Photo Credit: Libby from Ditch The Carbs
Ingredients: spring onion, garlic, ground/mince meat, salt, pepper, egg, bacon, sun-dried tomatoes, rosemary, thyme, oregano, sage, cream cheese.
This is such an adaptable recipe that gives you an appetizer, main meal or individual servings to enjoy as party food. They are full of flavor, high in healthy fats and super-tasty! You could use whatever meat you like try chicken and bacon or pork with sage, or add some pepperoni and Italian seasoning the list is endless! These can be frozen once cooked and reheated in the oven for five minutes.
Ingredients: almond flour, coconut flour, coconut flakes, egg, ghee, stevia or erythritol, vanilla extract, ginger powder, cinnamon (optional), nutmeg (optional), cloves (optional), baking soda.
Ginger cookies are a family favorite in our house and we always have some at Christmas time when friends and family come over. These cookies have a shortbread look to them and taste wonderfully crumbly and delicious and the ginger gives them a flavor boost. So if you fancy a ginger cookie, why not get the youngest members of the family to give you a hand, then you can all enjoy the results!
Ingredients: 100% dark chocolate, erythritol or stevia, coconut oil, macadamia nuts, sea salt flakes.
Fat bombs are such a great treat that help you get your daily dose of healthy fats and satisfy any sweet cravings you might have. Biting into these amazing bombs, you have the smooth and creamy texture mixed with chopped macadamias and then the sprinkling of salt on top gives you the now-popular chocolate/salt mixture.
Ingredients: whole almonds, chia seeds, unsweetened shredded coconut, egg, coconut oil, cacao powder, stevia, salt, baking soda.
If you need sugar-free snacks because of health reasons such as diabetes, these wonderful biscotti would be perfect! They can be eaten straight away but they will be quite soft, or you can turn the oven off and leave them in to dry out a bit to crisp them up. These are lovely with coffee or served with a mousse-like dessert or low-carb ice cream.
Ingredients: whole almonds, chia seeds, coconut oil, egg, ginger, cinnamon powder, nutmeg, stevia, salt.
Sometimes you just have to have a ginger cookie with your tea or coffee so why not try these great sugar-free ones! The ginger and cinnamon give you a lovely warming feeling and these are sweet enough to satisfy without being loaded with bad sugars. If you dont like stevia you could try using honey or maple syrup instead if you tolerate it.
Ingredients: pumpkin puree, ghee, pure cocoa powder, pumpkin pie spice, sweetener of choice (optional).
If you are like me and have problems with controlling portion size when it comes to desserts then this recipe is ideal! It is quick and super-easy to make and is cooked and served in the one dish. You have a lovely chocolate flavor with the scent of the pumpkin pie spice hitting you as it cooks. If you prefer to have a sweeter dessert then just add whatever sweetener you use and enjoy this warm or chilled.
Ditch The Wheat
Photo Credit: Carol from Ditch The Wheat
Ingredients: creamed coconut, cinnamon, extra virgin coconut oil, almond butter.
Fat bombs are a great way to treat yourself on a keto diet as they are low-carb but full of healthy fats, quite simple to make and give you a boost if you are running out of energy. These coconut bars have a consistency that is fantastic to bite into and they leave you feeling totally satisfied. If you decide to use the almond butter icing, you get an even better combination of flavors. Keep thee in the fridge or freezer for a quick and healthy snack.
The Paleo Mom
Ingredients: coconut milk, extra-virgin coconut oil, vanilla extract or vanilla powder, carob powder, ground cinnamon.
When I first saw these little tortes, my first thought was to make these for my partner for Valentines dinner! They are smooth and creamy and taste delicious served with raspberries or strawberries. You could even find heart-shaped molds to make this wonderful dessert even more romantic! These lovely tortes are also handy if you have a problem with portion control as they are already in individual servings.
The Nourished Caveman
Photo Credit: Vivica from The Nourished Caveman
Ingredients: unsweetened shredded coconut, powdered Stevia, vanilla extract, coconut cream, coconut oil, unsweetened cocoa powder, cocoa butter.
If you find yourself needing a chocolate treat that wont ruin your eating plan then these wonderful coconut bars could be the answer! They are low in carbs, higher in healthy fats and are sugar-free but they taste so good that they are sure to satisfy any cravings. If you want to, you could even add some chopped pecan nuts into the mixture too. Just be sure to taste the mix before adding all the sweetener as you might not need it all.
Photo Credit: Amanda from Wicked Stuffed
Ingredients: almond meal, stevia blend (fine), egg, butter, salt, cream cheese.
This is a wonderful keto version of a gooey butter cake that will fool even you into believing its not keto! It is smooth and creamy with the traditional buttery taste we have come to expect. It can be made without the crust if you prefer an even lower carb dessert. It is important to cool this pie completely otherwise it can have quite an eggy flavor.