Healthy Football Food for the Superbowl

Is it bad that I love to see the brides cry when they see their wedding? I don’t like that they risk messing up their make-up, because they look sooo beautiful, But I love witnessing the uncontrollable emotion. I am truly blessed to be a witness to so much love and beauty in my life.


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So Much Beauty!

After this gorgeous wedding set up, I was tired. You know that feeling you have at the end of a physically exhausting day,after you take a hot bubble bath and have a glass of wine. Well, that was me as I melted into the couch with Chinese take out:


And then I split half of a Gigi’s cupcake with my fiance 🙂 It was their wedding cake flavor:

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It was so yummy!!!!!!

I got a good night’s sleep then I set up  a white and navy wedding:

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After the wedding set up, I headed home to shower, relax, then prepare for my Superbowl party for 2. Just my honey and me enjoy the best healthy football food I could come up with. First on the menu was healthy, vegan nachos:


Baked chips topped with Mexican Spiced Beans, sprinkled with vegan cheese, baked and topped with your favorite vegan toppings. Served with a side of homemade salsa and homemade guacamole:

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Next course was this Pinteresting  dish I have been seeing a lot lately. Buffalo cauliflower bites:

Vegan Buffalo Cauliflower Bites + Blue Cheese Dressing

Here’s my version:


The only tweeks I made to the recipe were to add salt, pepper, and cayenne pepper to my batter, and it turned out delicious!!!! I made my dipping sauce, by using Bolthouse Farms yogurt ranch mixed with some quality blue cheese and fresh ground pepper. A Pinterest winner!!!!!

And finally, my own version of a Philly Cheesesteak.  It could not be easier and more delicious to make this vegan portabella cheese steak panini:


All you do is saute the following in a little olive oil:

-1 green pepper thinly sliced

-1 red pepper thinly sliced

–1 onion thinly sliced

– 2 portabellas thinly sliced

sprinkle in some salt and pepper and dried thyme. Add a couple of dashes of A1 steak sauce and  worcestershire sauce.


Cook for a while, then add mixture to choice of bread.I also used some vegan mozzarella cheese, then grilled in a pan, using a hot cast iron skillet to press the “panini”.

The sweet man/fiance is still raving about this meal. He claims it to be not only the best healthy football food ever, but his favorite meal in a long time! Smiles 🙂 Now I have to go and see if my team can pull off a Superbowl win. Good night.

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