7 Plant-Based Recipes for Super Bowl Sunday
The big game is this Sunday! Whether you are a hardcore football fan or just love an excuse to have a party, we totally support your reason to get together with friends and enjoy some good eats.
To make party planning easier, we’ve got you covered with healthy and delicious plant-based recipes. Even better - most of these can be prepared ahead of time so game day is all about having fun!
Perfect Hummus 3 Ways Break out of the ordinary and try some new hummus recipes – or all three. This trio looks beautiful all on one dish.
Guacamole You can’t go wrong with guacamole at a party and this one is a classic version of the recipe. Make extra to include with our Black Bean Burrito Bowl (featured above).
Artichoke Olive Tapenade Serve with gluten-free crackers or bruschetta. This lovely combo of artichoke and olive is always a crowd pleaser, plus it’s so quick to make.
Chili with Winter Veggies The addition of winter squash (try butternut squash) makes for a delicious variation of traditional vegetarian chili.
Raw Walnut Tacos One of the most popular recipes from The 22-Day Revolution, this dish can be whipped up in just a few minutes, and it’s light and refreshing take on tacos.
Black Bean Burrito Bowl From Marco’s newest book, this Black Bean Burrito Bowl has all of the flavors that you love in a burrito, but without all the guilt. For a large crowd, let attendees make their own bowl by having all of the ingredients ready to go. Get the recipe below.
Mini Cheesecakes While not your typical Super Bowl dessert, we love that you can choose your cheesecake flavor (blueberry, caramel or peanut butter) and they are individually sized. Score!
Black Bean Burrito Bowl
From The 22-Day Revolution Cookbook by Marco Borges
This deconstructed burrito is a perfect plant-based meal to enjoy on game day.
Makes 4 Servings
-2 cups cooked quinoa
-Pico de gallo or 2 small tomatoes, lightly seeded and finely chopped
-2 15-ounce cans black beans, drained and rinsed
-1 large green bell pepper, washed, seeded and finely chopped
-Guacamole (Marco’s recipe on page 246 of the cookbook)
-Nacho Cheese (Find Marco’s recipe on page 339 off the cookbook)
-Chives, for garnish
1. Prepare quinoa and pico de gallo
2. Layer a serving bowl with quinoa, picao de gallo, black beans, peppers and guacamole.
3. Drizzle with Nacho Cheese, garnish with chives and enjoy!
Per serving: 329 calories, 17 grams protein 58 grams carbohydrates, 5 grams total fat
Enjoy the big game!