4 Healthy Slider Recipes Perfect For Your Super Bowl Party
Super Bowl Sunday is almost here! Are you watching the actual game or just commercials/half time show?
And if you’re into the game… who are you cheering for?
It doesn’t matter if you’re into the game or not, Super Bowl Sunday is fun for everyone because of the FOOD.
Who doesn’t love getting together with friends while enjoying an ultimate food smorgasbord?
If you’re starting to plan your party spread, I’ve got the perfect idea for you… that’s healthy.
Allow me to introduce the “Sliderbord”!
Below you’ll find 4 ways to make healthy and delicious sliders (they can be both).
You could set out all the ingredients and have everyone make their own sliders, but when you’re zombied into the television, it’s easier to have them set as a grab and eat.
They all start with the same “bun bottom”of roasted potatoes.
From there, you can create slider masterpieces, those below or come up with your own creations (more ideas at the bottom).
The Slider Base
- Preheat oven to 400-Degrees
- Slice 2 (or more) Idaho potatoes into 1/4-1/2 inch thick slices.
- Spray (or lightly coat) each slice with olive oil, salt and pepper.
- Roast in the oven for 20 minutes, flipping over half way.
It’s as easy as that. Making them with the potatoes gives an easy gluten-free treat and bringing a slider must have, fries, to the table too!
Spicy Burger Slider
1/2 Lb Lean Ground Meat
1/2 Lb Spicy Sausage, Ground
Pepper Jack Cheese
- Mix together the meats. Roll into balls a little larger than golf balls and flatten into patties.
- Cook either on a grill (medium heat), skillet or oven (350) for 5-7 minutes.
- Flip burgers, sprinkle each with cheese and cook for an additional 3 minutes.
- Add your favorite toppings like lettuce, tomato, etc.
Philly Cheese Slider
As if the others weren’t easy enough, this one takes the cake.
- Top your potato slice with slice of ham (folded), 1/2 slice of cheese, pickles and drizzle with mustard.
A Bonus Table Pleaser!
Almond Bacon Chive Dip
1 Cup Almonds
1/4 Cup Cashews
1 Tsp Worcestershire
3 Slices Bacon
1 Garlic Clove
2 Tbsp Chopped Chives
1 Garlic Cloves
1/4+ Cup Water
- Soak almonds and cashews in water for 30 minutes.
- Rinse and toss into a food processor or blender with the Worcestershire sauce, garlic, and water.Blend until smooth. It you need more water, add more until it’s thick but smooth and creamy.
- Cook bacon, while its frying up toss in the garlic to lightly brown. Remove both cool and chop bacon. Chop chives. Set aside.
- Add garlic clove to the dip and quickly pulse in. Stir in bacon and chices.
- Serve it up!
Nutrition & Fitness Go Hand In Hand
Enjoy these slider ideas! Even if it’s not Super Bowl weekend. Dan and I LOVE these for a fun, relaxed weekend dinner.
A dinner spread is the best!
But no matter how clean your nutrition is, you have to have a workout program to help get you toned and stronger.
If you’re ready to focus in more on your fitness, then why not join Fit Womens Weekly?
If you want to learn more about how to get more from your workouts… and you want workouts where you can get coaching, support and a schedule to fit the busiest of lifestyles…
Body Burn Challenges is more of an intermediate program and it will use dumbbells in almost every workout if you want to.
Ignite is my beginner program. You can use dumbbells here, but I suggest you work more on form. Although there are some workouts I use a dumbbell as a way to teach better form.
You can buy a program and own it forever or you can join monthly and get access to every workout program.
The choice is yours but I hope to see you as a member today.
Go try some of these and let me know what you think.