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Your Game-Day Gathering

February 5, 2017

If you’re watching the big game this weekend, I’ve put together some “super” delicious low-carb choices that can be part of the starting lineup of any game-day gathering, no matter what you’re craving. These low-carb finger foods are easy to make, so you can spend the majority of the time cheering on your favorite team instead of slaving away in the kitchen.

 Buffalo Hot Wing Cauliflower

This is a fun and spicy twist on traditional Buffalo wings.

Sautéed Cocktail Meatballs

This protein-packed appetizer will satisfy your appetite.

 Ham and Swiss Cheese and Avocado Roll-Ups

Heart-healthy avocado

 Pigs in a Blanket

You can watch your team toss the pigskin while munching on these little bites.

 Mixed Vegetable Kebabs

These kebabs taste great on their own or dip them in Pimento Cheese or Creamy Crab Dip.

 Shrimp Cocktail with Two Sauces

Everyone loves shrimp cocktail, and it’s naturally low in carbs.

 Pimento Cheese

This cheesy Southern-style dip goes great with slice veggies, Mixed Vegetable Kebabs or low-carb tortilla triangles.

 Creamy Crab Dip

Serve this decadent dip up with sliced veggies or Mixed Vegetable Kebabs.

 Zucchini Crisps

Skip the potato chips and enjoy these instead.

 Sweet and Spicy Nuts

This is the perfect fix for your sweet tooth.

 

 

 

 

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