Every Superbowl party needs some A-Game appetizers. It is too close after the holidays to let it ruin your healthy eating goals – right? These appetizers and healthy snacks definitely lightened up and include fresh ingredients. And the best part is that they can all be made in the Instant Pot. Whether you are hosting the game party or not, saving time is always a win! Enjoy our 10 Healthy Instant Pot Superbowl Party Recipes for this year’s game!
These paleo potato skins are super crispy and easy to make, loaded with a quick guacamole, crispy bacon, and green onions. Add a drizzle of ranch dressing if you like!
In less than an hour, this amazing batch of crispy, juicy, ultra-tasty pork carnitas will be yours to enjoy. Top with fresh mango salsa and enjoy as little street tacos during game day.
This dip is creamy with just the right amount of veggies. Serving with salty tortilla chips for the perfect savory snack.
The delicious taste of Thai food on a super yummy flatbread. Cut into pieces for a great appetizer!
Cook dried chickpeas in a pressure cooker in just minutes and make your own hummus from scratch! This recipe has simple ingredients, like olive oil, garlic and lemon juice, that you probably already have on hand. Hummus is a creamy and healthy dip that is perfect with crackers or raw veggies.
All the flavors you love from buffalo wings without all the added fat!
Although this recipe is technically a slow cooker recipe, just use our guide to make it in the Instant Pot! And save empty calories by using sweet potatoes as the buns on these yummy sliders!
No cans needed! Simply grab a bag of dried beans and get ready for a party-perfect vegetarian dip that’s easy, make-ahead, and SO delicious!
This recipe gives the delicious taste of Tikka but without all of the added extras. You use foil in the Instant Pot making the clean up SO easy!
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