Low Fat Super Bowl Sunday is the equivalent of No Novocaine Root Canal Tuesday.
And a month ago, I would have been right there with ya.
But since I have been on Weight Watchers, we have made some minor adjustments to our eating style here.
OKAY, my husband loves the Super Bowl.
I love the food and the commercials.
By the way, can we just discuss how much both the game AND the ads kind of sucked this year?
I think I had two commercials I loved.
And Bruno Mars.
Because of Bruno Mars.
But there is this website called Pinterest that has been oh so good to me in finding amazing Weight Watchers friendly recipes.
Think your fave meals, slenderized, so that you can eat them and still get skinny.
So I started getting really excited and thought, I am TOTALLY gonna have a low-fat Super Bowl.
In which no one will want to come to.
It was a hit.
Here is what I made:
This pretty collage?
Let me just tell you that there are three websites that will become your BFF while on Weight Watchers looking for recipes:
There are TONS of magnificent sites out there but these give you actual point counts for servings, which is important when planning your meals.
First up, skinny mozzarella sticks.
These look NOTHING like on the website.
They kind of oozed out while baking.
But these tasted amazing.
Only 2 points for two pieces!
I also made the homemade sauce but you could use canned spaghetti sauce too and it would be low in points.
In our home, we love Queso, but the Velveeta version can pack some serious calories.
So when I found this lower fat version, I jumped all over it.
Only 2 points for 1/4 cup.
It doesn’t sound like a lot but even if you doubled that, it’s still only 4 points for Queso!
I used baked tortilla chips and if you want to make a dinner out of it, as I did the next night since it made a ton, it is only a 7 point meal!
Think you can’t eat nachos on a diet?
You are wrong.
These turkey nachos were delicious.
The only objection I had was that the baked tortilla chips were too soggy after baking because they aren’t as tough as the old-fashioned and higher fat tortilla chip.
So next time, I would bake the toppings in the oven and use the chips to dip into this.
Still, like nachos, but less messy.
9 points for 14 topped chips.
Oh, and here is a cheat: they call for Pico de gallo and since that is more work on top of making these nachos, I cheated. We got pico from Chipotle up the street. 20 cents. BOOM.
We can’t not have our sweet on Super Bowl Sunday!
So these hit the spot.
Mini chocolate chip cookies!
Basically, the same ingredients go into the regular recipe, but it is about portion size with this one.
Think half a teaspoon size.
Only one point for each one!
I ate, like, ten.
It’s all good!
I dug into my extra cheat points.
And these babies were worth it.
I will make these again just to have something sweet during the week.
So the consensus was that you would know none of these were low fat.
And for the first time in history after the Super Bowl, I didn’t feel bloated or sick to my stomach.
Just amazingly, perfectly full.
Disclosure- A subscription to Weight Watchers Online was provided to me for free by Weight Watchers. People following the Weight Watchers plan can expect to lose 1-2 pounds per week.