cilantro, cayenne pepper, or parmesan. Chill or serve right away with your favorite tortilla chips.
This is my guilty indulgence. Growing up my grandmother always made this crab dip and when I want to enjoy a not-so-healthy snack, this is it. By the way, I believe in the 80/20 rule. 80% eating healthy and 20% indulging.
- 1 can of crab meat
- 1 can of shrimp
- Tub of sour cream
- Tablespoon of seasoning salt (add more to taste)
Add the entire tub of sour cream into a serving bowl. Add crab meat, shrimp, seasoning salt, and stir well. Chill for 15 minutes. Served best with Lay’s Potato Chips. Also good with Reduced Guilt Multigrain Pita Chips.
Spicy Black Bean Dip
There is nothing like having a little spice to your dip. Like avocados, black beans are packed with nutritious benefits. They are high in fiber and protein, boost energy, improve digestion, aid in weight loss, and improve heart health. With benefits like this who wouldn’t want to enjoy a spicy black bean dip on Super Bowl Sunday?
- 1 can of refried black beans
- ¼ cup of salsa
- ½ fresh squeezed lime juice
- 1/8 teaspoon of cayenne pepper
- ½ teaspoon of paprika
In a small pot, heat the refried beans for about five minutes, stirring occasionally. Add beans to a serving bowl with lime juice, cayenne pepper, salsa, and paprika. Stir well and refrigerate for 15 minutes or until cool. Best served with black bean quinoa chips.
How will you be celebrating Super Bowl Sunday? Share your favorite recipes and don’t forget to join the national celebration by using #SuperBowl.
Elissa Mirsky, known to most as Elle, is a published author and former editor-in-chief of Bold Magazine. She believes food shouldn’t be boring and every meal should be fashionably edible. Follow her on Instagram @mylifebeingelle where she is documenting her journey to eat well, live life, and love self.