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Game On! 5 Healthy Game Day Recipes

'Tis the season to eat game day goodies and watch pro players toss the pigskin. Whether your team wins big or loses hard, you can score a touchdown with this stellar game day spread!

Football season is upon us! Parking lots are packed with high-powered RVs loaded to the rails with coolers, HD televisions, and satellite dishes. Bars are boisterous scenes of cheer and dismay. Friends with outdated jerseys huddle around televisions to kick off Monday Night Football. I live for this time of year. I love the house parties, tailgating, and camaraderie. I also love football season food, which doesn't have to be greasy pizza and wings.

The food you serve is nearly as important as the scoreboard at the big game. It's easy to get caught up in the moment and lose sight of your fitness goals, and no one wants to snack on carrots and hummus. Don't worry! This year, treat your guests properly.

Make healthier, tasty choices that please your buddies and help you score your goals. Here are five game day party foods you can add to your kickoff menu!

1. Turkey-Wrapped Asparagus

Hands down, this is one of my favorite snack foods—game day or any day. I guarantee you and your guests will love this high-protein finger food that's both delicious and easy to make.

Turkey-wrapped Asparagus in 30 seconds for Game Day
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2. Anabolic Kiwi-Lime Popsicles

Refreshment: It's just what your throat needs after hours of watching football. Whether you're hoarse from yelling at the bad calls, chanting your school's fight song, or rejoicing when your favorite player lives up to his nickname, hydration is essential.

Instead of chugging down an alcoholic beverage, why not feed your body and prime your muscles so they'll be ready for a nice post-game workout? Try this easy Popsicle recipe using plastic Dixie cups.

Kiwi-Lime Hica-Max Anabolic Popsicles in 30 seconds for Game Day
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3. Shrimp Sliders

I can eat sliders by the dozen. There's something about mini-hamburgers that brings out the honey badger in all of us, which isn't a good thing when you're munching for three hours while watching sports. Here's a high-protein, low-fat option that will have you building muscle without all the guilt.

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4. Lime Spinach Dip with Naked Blue Tortilla Chips

Going to a watch party sans spinach dip is like showing up to the gym without your workout clothes. I mean, you could jog in a suit, but it'd be awkward for you and everyone else. Don't be that person, especially when you don't have to.

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5. Fruit and Yogurt-Stuffed Waffle Cones

Whether the game is close or a total flop, everyone screams for ice cream. Make sure your game day bash finishes strong by including your own healthy "ice cream" bar! Not only will your guests thank you that night for such a creative option, but they'll also thank you later when they find out your sweet treat helped them stay on track. This is easy, affordable, healthy eating at its best.

Fruit Stuffed Waffle Cones in 30 seconds for Game Day
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