Super Bowl Recipes for Your Diet Plan

Written by Sky Taylor, Diet Bites


Big Superbowl fan? Keep your shirt on cuz it isn't over yet!

Five hot super bowls for your diet plan that will have you screaming 'Diet Touchdown' as you run for the goal - your Diet Weight Loss Goal, that is!

These super bowls are packed with taste, with leanness - no meanness, and with great filling power. The best part? You can enjoy all five at one sitting!

We're mixing it up, too - with a starter, a main course, two vegetables, and a sweet dessert.  Five bowls, about 500 calories. The only thing missing is light beer and those outrageous commercials.

Super Bowl #1 - Grandma's Glass Bowl

We're starting off our meal with a bowl of Grandma's favorite soup - the store bought kind. Just kidding.  

Take 1 can of any clear chicken broth (99% fat free) and add a bit of chopped cilantro. Simmer about 10 minutes, remove and add 1/4 cup of cooked, shredded white chicken and a bit of cracked pepper. A squirt of lime will set off the flavors in the soup, but is totally optional. The soup can be prepared ahead of time, then warmed right before game time - or meal time. 

Super Bowl #2 - The Cotton Fields Aren't Rotten Bowl

Grate up 1/4 head of purple cabbage. Green cabbage can be used as well but purple sure is pretty.

Peel, then shred or grate one small carrot and add to the cabbage.

Add 1 Tablespoon of milk and mix  (whole/skim/any kind at all will do). Next, add 1 Tablespoon of light Mayo, a dash of celery seed and a few packets of no calorie sweetener if you like a sweet slaw.

Super Bowl #3 - The Orange You Glad You're on a Diet Bowl


Beautiful orange carrots glaze our Super Bowl bounty! Steam/boil/or microwave 2 cups of baby carrots and drain OR, use full-length carrots chopped into small pieces. Next, spray the carrots with no calorie butter spray. Sprinkle with a bit of ground cinnamon. Next, drizzle with 1/4 cup of sugar free maple syrup OR use several packets of no calorie sweetener.

Super Bowl #4 - The Rosy Bowl

1/2 small can of solid white tuna (albacore rocks!) in water. Drain the water; add 1/4 head of iceberg lettuce CHOPPED VERY FINE, a bit of diced onion (totally optional), salt, cracked pepper, chopped celery (optional) and 1 Tablespoon of light Mayo. Next, toss in 15 small corn chips (as in Fritoes - regular size) that have been slightly crushed.  Mix and enjoy.

Super Bowl #5 - The Sugar Free Bowl

Measure out 2 cups of frozen strawberries and pop into the microwave for about 1-2 minutes, until thawed, yet firm. Stir, then sprinkle on a few packets of no calorie sweetener. Add 1/2 teaspoon of REAL vanilla and stir slightly. Top with light whipped topping.

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