Want to keep your New Year’s resolution and still chow down at the Big Game? Try this healthier game day recipe for Vegan Thai Peanut Sweet Potato Skins!
It’s that time of year again. For one day and one day only, I actually care about a
foosball football game. Not so much to root for a specific team or to care if the balls are actually inflated all the way. Ahem… Patriots.
For me, it’s all about seeing if the halftime show will actually be decent (probably not), if I can overcome my lifetime losing streak in the football pool at work (fat chance), and of course, to watch the creative commercials and enjoying a large consumption of food.
For this year though, that large consumption of good eats has to be healthy game day food. Because this guy wants to fit back into his skinny jeans and modern fit shirts (i.e. my regular clothes that my fat butt doesn’t fit into anymore) AND get his football grub on at the same time.
Case in point? Potato skins. Just because I’ve got some extra squishiness (is that a word?) going on doesn’t mean I don’t want me some ‘tater skins. But this year, I’m going in a different healthier direction with these Vegan Thai Peanut Sweet Potato Skins.
That’s right. You heard that correct. These puppies are vegan friendly. Sweet potatoes. Broccoli. Edamame. Scallions. Peanut sauce. Boom.
Side note… does anyone else wish it was socially acceptable to actual drink peanut sauce from a glass? I’m asking for a friend, of course.Print
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