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Recipe Roundup-Time to Tailgate

tera’s® Buffalo Cauliflower + Greek Yogurt Blue Cheese Dressing

September is here and fall is right around the corner. What’s synonymous with fall? Football season! It’s time to wake up, throw your team colors on and cheer your heart out. Whether you’re going to the game or attending a viewing party, navigating tailgating food can be tricky if you’re trying to stay on track. Here is a roundup of our favorite game day-worthy foods that are just as healthy as they are delicious:

Healthy Lentil Sloppy Joes You can indulge, game day style, with this healthier lentil sloppy joe recipe. It packs all of the flavor of a traditional sloppy joe recipe, with options to make them in a crock pot, on the stove top, or even in the microwave if you’re in a pinch.  

BLT Salad on a Stick Who doesn’t love food on a stick? This has got to be our new favorite app: a delicious and fresh salad on a stick, complete with bacon, lettuce and grape tomatoes, and topped with a homemade, creamy avocado dressing.

Decorate your deviled eggs with chives to make tiny, delicious footballs.

Deviled Eggs Love deviled eggs, but don’t love the extra mayo? Swap the mayo out for some Greek yogurt in this healthier deviled egg recipe.

Aztec Guacamole Looking to drop some calories without losing any flavor? This guac recipe substitutes some of the calorie-dense avocado for a cup of frozen peas. For an even healthier game day snack, dip chopped veggies into the guac instead of tortilla chips.

Greek Yogurt Coleslaw Cabbage + apples + Greek yogurt = one delicious, healthy coleslaw recipe that will have you coming back for seconds. This slaw is great as a side dish to add to a game day potluck.

PB Protein ‘Roos

Sweet ‘N Spicy Turkey Meatballs Swap out the beef for these lean turkey meatballs. Sweet with BBQ sauce and spicy with cherry peppers, these morsels will be a hit during your game day festivities.

PB Protein ‘Roos Ready for dessert? These are not your momma’s scotcheroos. These babies are protein packed and covered in a gooey peanut butter and chocolate chip ‘frosting.’

How do you celebrate football season? Let us know on Facebook or by commenting below. Happy tailgating!

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