As much as I love fashion, I also love football. (We all have so many different sides). SuperBowl Sunday is always something I look forward to-the game, the commercials, and the food. Fun fact: before I became a fashion blogger I seriously thought about being a food blogger (before I really knew what a blogger was). For years, I’ve been on my own personal combination of Paleo diet and have loved learning to cook/make adjustments to traditional comfort foods, or game foods, and making them my own-little diet friendly foods.
Below I’m giving away some of the goodies I’m whipping up today–because nothing goes better with the SuperBowl than food!
Finding Cauliflower Crust was a game changer for me. Being gluten free/low carb, pizza was something I basically gave up for years. This crust let me have it back! I don’t make my own cauliflower crust. (I’m just lazy enough). I love the brand Caulipower (but really, any brand that you like will do).
I also feel bad calling this a recipe. Pizza is basically a free for all!
I do like pre-cooking my crust a little first to ensure that it’s crispy. Then I load up with my favorite sauce, veggies, protein, and cheese (I eat mainly goat cheeses). Cook and then eat! It’s the perfect SuperBowl Food!
Like the pizza, this isn’t really a recipe, but an excuse to throw amazing foods on top of chips. To negate, I usually use a combination of plantain/beets/baked/chips that use coconut or avocado oil. Again, some veggies, some beans, some jalapeños, tons of goat cheese, broil and dig in.
I know: you don’t think muffins when you think Super Bowl food. But these Paleo muffins are almost like a desert (though I also don’t turn down dark chocolate) and you can eat the left overs for breakfast!
3-4 ripe bananas
(The recipe calls for 1/4 cup maple syrup. I didn’t add it the last time I made these muffins, though I did add 1 TBS maple sugar. I really think this is to taste, but that’s what the batter is for, so you can make sure it’s sweet enough for you before you put it in the oven!)
Scant 1/2 c peanut butter (or nut butter of your choosing)
1/4 c oil (coconut is best)
Mix well and add to:
1 1/2 cup coconut flour (technically the recipe called for almond with 2 TBS coconut, but I usually go all in with coconut)
1 1/2 tsp baking soda
1 tsp salt
1 TBS cinnamon
Mix all together well. I then add chocolate chips and chopped walnuts. You could also use more nut butte as a “filling” (pour some batter in your pan, nut butter, more batter).
Pour batter into lined or greased muffin pan and bake at 350 for 20-25 minutes. Enjoy!
I would love to know–what SuperBowl Foods are you making?
Make sure to check out my Instagram stories today to see what we ended up eating!
Wishing us all a week of comfort food and amazing shoes! Xo RA