Paleta Chef Kelly Boyer Gives SUPER Tips on Healthy Super Bowl Sunday Food & Drinks! #Recipes!
PALETA CHEF KELLY has some amazing thoughts and ideas for HEALTHY Super Bowl Snacks. Not only does she have recipes for food but also some great cocktail/mocktail ideas that all come from the same bottles– so it’s virtually bullet-proof.
Will it help you win the Super Bowl Healthy Super Bowl Snack ideas
Since I rolled into 2014, I’ve done my 5-day CLEANSE, 3 days of my PRESSED juice detox and I’m hitting the PALETA FIT meal plan
hard. Just as I’m hitting my stride the Rose Bowl comes around to throw me for a loop with a massive tailgate (Go State! My undergrad
alma mater kicked some…well, you know!) and now the Super Bowl is looming just a few short weeks away.
Now- the 3 point kick is that I’m hosting a party but am
committed to taking it easy Super Bowl Sunday by following my own healthy snacking tips. Check out these very simple ideas and save thousands of calories…
This year I say HECK, YES! But, I’ll be setting up the bar with our newly launch PRESSED POTABLES…6 luscious flavors of 100% organic cold-pressed couture cocktail elixirs. There are loads of recipe ideas right on the bottle…just add spirits!For you sinless sippers out there, a little sparkling water and ice will make a refreshing mocktail.
PALETA POTABLES also perform double duty! Quench your thirst by enjoying our elixirs sans alcohol for a refreshing start the next morning. They’ll leave you feeling hydrated, refreshed and because they are chock full of nutrients you will actually feel better! We’ll leave the hair of the dog option up to you.
Magic Milkshake Mudslide
Prickly Pear Cosmo
Coco Colada Crush
Sunshine State Sunrise
I NEVER MET A POTATO I DIDN’T LIKE.
True story! But this year I’m replacing deep fried skins covered with sour cream, bacon, and cheese with SWEET POTATO skins oven baked with a splash of olive oil, cumin, S&P, and parmesan cheese. I’ll finish them off with a little chopped parsley and serve with spicy marinara.
FIT (not FRIED) CHICKEN WINGS
Did you know that a traditional buffalo wing sauce is actually 50% hot sauce and 50% BUTTER? I like to make a much healthier version by using oven baked chicken tenders seasoned with crushed red pepper, cayenne pepper, S&P, then toss the cooked chicken with Louisiana hot sauce and a splash of olive oil. Serve with a yogurt and blue-cheese dip (no mayo, please) and celery sticks.
FILLING FIBER TURKEY VEGETABLE CHILI
Serve mugs of hot steaming turkey vegetable chili with oven-baked pita chips for a winter warming and satisfying course. You can
purchase a healthy organic version at your local market or follow our own recipe (attached).
BEST (AND EASIEST) ONION DIP…EVER!
While I’m a classically trained French chef, this simple recipe has been in my family forever and guests are always shocked at how easy it is to make. Don’t judge my culinary skills based on the recipe, but you WILL thank me.
Add half a medium sweet onion
8oz of low-fat cream cheese
Dump both in a blender and puree.
Really, that’s all you do. Up the fiber by adding a half cup of white or garbanzo beans to take it to a whole ‘nuther level. Serve with crudité and baked chips. Voila’!
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