Sure. You could grab hotdogs, chicken wings, and potato chips for a traditional Super Bowl menu. Or you can change your play and throw a game day party that dreams are made of. Delicious dippable paleo eats that are creamy, spicy, and oh-so-good. Without all the grains, gluten, and cheese.
If you decide to make our entire gameday meal plan, you’ll want to give yourself at least four and a half hours of cook time. Five to be extra comfy. You’ll find a link to all the recipes below, many of which are courtesy of the newest member of the Real Plans family: Stupid Easy Paleo.
In our free printable Super Bowl menu, we share what to prep the night before, we give you a shopping list, and include all the recipes. Print out the menu and you’re ready to go. All you need to do is shop, cook, and enjoy the big day.
Fast food is convenient. But with the right recipe, you can do better. Way better. The secret to this recipe is in the pickle juice, which acts as a brine, keeping your chicken moist, tender, and juicy. All that with a crispy exterior.
Jalapeño Lime Chicken Wings with Ranch Dressing
You’ll find that it doesn’t take much to turn chicken wings (delicious on their own) into something mouthwateringly good. Jalapeño peppers, the sweetness from coconut aminos, garlic, cumin, and a squeeze of lime give your wings their spicy, tangy flair. And a blend of cashews and coconut milk make up the creamy backbone of this paleo ranch dressing.
Sriracha Deviled Eggs
We’re not sure if any paleo Super Bowl fling could manage without these spectacular sriracha deviled eggs. If you prefer to make your own sriracha, we got you.
Loaded Carnitas Trash Can Lid Nachos
Slow cooked pork and purple potato chips. Slices of avocado and spicy bits red and white radish. Smothered in a paleo nacho cheese. It’s like your party food is having its own party. And these trash can lid nachos are the star of the show.
Jalapeño Crab Dip
A dairy free dip for all your crudites, plantain chips, and spicy yuca fries (see below). The toughest part of this recipe is the mayo – but we have a feeling that #yougotthis.
Coconut Chili Lime Shrimp
There’s something about coconut and shrimp that make sense. Is it the salty sea air? A touch of sweetness that you can find in both? Whatever it is, we’ll take it. With a little chili and lime.
Baked Avocado Fries
Avo fries, it’s totally a thing. These are crusted with pork rinds. Who knew you could apply heat to avocado and get away with it?
Spicy Yuca Fries with Garlic Sauce
Yuca – known by other names such as cassava and tapioca – is soft and starchy when fried. If you can’t find yuca in the produce section of your local grocery store, try a neighborhood Asian or Latin American market. If that’s not an option, you can get also get fresh yuca from Amazon.
Strawberry Amaze Balls
If all the game day fun has you hankering for something sweet, these stawberry amaze balls will hit the spot. A blend of almond flour, shredded coconut, raw honey, and powdered freeze dried strawberries – these take all of ten minutes to make.
What does your Super Bowl menu look like this year?
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