Happy Groundhog’s Day!
I don’t know why I get so excited over this day, but I do. Silly holiday.
I vote for a longer winter. If I lived up north, I would vote for shorter (hate the cold!), but Florida has had a rather warm winter so far. It would be nice if winter could continue for a bit longer before the sweltering 100*, 100% humidity starts coming!
Are you having a super bowl party or bringing treats to one? Here are some sugar-free, healthy Super Bowl Treats:
These literally take 2 minutes to throw together and only 15-20 minutes to bake. They are highly addictive, and have a great spicy-tang. Everyone will love snacking on these.
To “power” you threw the games, these brownies are healthy, but no one will know! If you are feeling extra creative, cut them into shapes of footballs and draw hash marks with a peanut butter or coconut butter.
No game is complete without nachos. These are dairy-free!
Just because you aren’t actually playing in the Super Bowl doesn’t mean you don’t need a protein-filled treat. This tastes just like peanut butter chocolate chunk cookie dough. Serve with apple slices. Also try Peanut Butter Hummus Dip with Apple Crisps.
Serving Barbeque? Don’t use the store-bought sauces because they are full of refined ingredients and sugar. This easy-to-make sauce has no added sugar.
Impress your guests with homemade spring rolls. I promise they are not as hard as they look!
These were a favorite at my Apple a Day Dinner. They look fancy, but they are easy to make!
You could decorate these with little goalposts, flags, footballs, or signs of your favorite team.
Thought-provoking, mind-prodding question of the day:
Are you going to a Super Bowl party (or hosting one)? If so, are you making a certain recipe?
Personally, I am not a huge fan of football. I don’t think I even know the rules (some of you will laugh at me for this). I’d rather watch tennis. Speaking of tennis, did any of you see the record-breaking Australian Open Men’s final with Djokovic and Nadal??