The Best Low-Carb Super Bowl Snacks

The Super Bowl is right around the corner. In general, Super Bowl Sunday is a holiday in our house. That means I’m usually busy planning a party with a healthy menu.

The Best Low-Carb Super Bowl Snacks

With decades of experience creating healthy low-carb menus, I just had to share the best Keto Super Bowl recipes with you. I love serving our family and friends an endless stream of gluten-free snacks for football games and have done so since the boys were little, dressed up in their petite Broncos football jerseys.

Gluten-Free Super Bowl Recipes

So, when it comes to the Super Bowl, I want to serve the best gluten-free recipes, rather than worry about which team wins. Forget field goals. During normal times, my goal is to make sure everyone at our Super Bowl party leaves the house stuffed with healthy low-carb snacks.

Easy Super Bowl Recipes

That’s why I have everything from low-carb Tortilla Chips to my world-famous Nut-Free Brownies for you! These paleo Super Bowl recipes are fun, healthy, and like everything I create, easy to make. I don’t want to spend all day in the kitchen making keto Super Bowl snacks, and I know you don’t either.

The Best Super Bowl Recipes

Here’s a roundup of the healthy gluten-free snacks and low-carb desserts that I’ll serve at our Keto Super Bowl party. The following recipes are not only low-carb but are also mostly dairy-free. Because not everything on the Keto Diet has to have a pound of cheese in it!

Keto Tortilla Chips

Keto Tortilla Chips

This is my favorite keto Super Bowl snack! My Keto Tortilla Chips recipe is dairy-free, gluten-free, grain-free, and corn-free. You now have a Low-Carb Tortilla Chip to dip in all of your favorite salsas and spreads, such as my Guacamole or Mango Salsa. If you’re looking for store-bought tortilla chips without almond flour check out Siete.

Keto Corn Dog Mini Muffins

Keto Corn Dog Mini Muffins

I love serving these gluten-free corn doggies to “kids” young and old. This dairy-free Keto Super Bowl Snack is perfect served with a variety of dipping sauces such as mustard, ketchup, or hot sauce.

paleo curried almonds

Keto Spiced Almonds

My Curry Flavored Almonds are packed with superfood spices that contain nutritious anti-inflammatory compounds. They’re a fabulous vegan keto Super Bowl snack that’s also heart-healthy.

Keto Mac and Cheese Skillet Casserole

Mac and Cheese Bake

This Keto Mac and Cheese Bake is a one-pot meal game-changer. The Mac and Cheese also has a bit of a kick to it, no pun intended. Who doesn’t love that for Super Bowl game day? It’s also fantastic if you’re looking for keto snacks without almond flour. See? I’ve got you covered!

Nut-Free Brownies

Nut-Free Brownies

If you have anyone on a Nut-Free Diet, my Nut-Free Brownies from Paleo Cooking from Elana’s Pantry are the perfect dessert. They’re also a flourless brownie, making them a melt in your mouth delight. Even better? They’re also dairy-free! If you’re on a low-carb Keto Diet, try my Keto Brownies made with a base of high-fat macadamia nuts and 100% dark chocolate!

Your Favorite Super Bowl Recipe Ideas

Are you whipping up a bunch of keto Super Bowl snacks? Do you love football? Or are you in it for the food and Super Bowl halftime show? Leave a comment and let me know what your favorite super bowl recipe is and if you have any requests, I’d love to hear those too!

This post is an oldie but goodie from the archives, I first shared The Best Low-Carb Super Bowl Snacks in 2011.


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Love how you organized this Super Bowl menu.

Comments

39 responses to “The Best Low-Carb Super Bowl Snacks”

  1. Elana, I just love your menu posts with links to lots of recipes! Not sure yet what we’ll be doing, but for me, it’s all about getting together and eating. My team, no team, commercials–it’s all good!

  2. Enjoy the football, Elana! I’ll be sitting by the ocean in Marin County, CA, eating some sort of yummy gluten, soy, dairy, egg, black pepper FREE concoction that I will have made in my lovely extended stay hotel. Life is good.

  3. I’ll have to root for Green Bay since Wisconsin is a family vacation spot (I love Door County), but it’s really the party for me too.

    Have fun!

  4. To watch the Packers. We are from Wisconsin. Like a lot of your gluten free recipes. Thanks for helping my family to like Kale. We even grew it in the garden last year.

  5. Elana,
    Just want to say “thank you” for posting the raw nut bars recipe. I just made them last night and we delightedly ate just one small piece after lunch as they were so so rich and yummy! I was amazed that I had most of the ingredients minus the almonds, so I substituted my raw cashews with rave reviews! These reviews came from my daughters, 15 and 12, who don’t even like almond or cashew butter – that makes it an extra special review!! Looking forward to trying your Super Bowl recipes as well even though we don’t watch TV or have an interest in football. We’ll just enjoy them for a great snack or mini meal! Many Thanks, Tracy

    • Tracy,

      You commented above about the raw nuts bar recipe that Elana posted that was delicious. I typed that into her search engine and came up with numerious ones could you possibly post the link of the one that you just made?

      Thank you

  6. It is definitely about the commercials and the food! I have 2 sons who are allergic to everything between the two of them. They are not allergic to one thing together. Thanks to your recipes and ideas they will have quite a spread to choose from this year. I can’t wait to try carrot fries! Thanks for all of your posts and your wonderful book.

  7. I’ll watch the game but I have no preference as to who wins. As for food, I’ll be eating my gluten-free black bean chili with quinoa and a big salad. Nothing out of the ordinary.

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