It’s Game Day and whether you are a fan, or just watching for the commercials or half-time show, make it memorable with these easy, crowd-pleasing recipes you can enjoy all day!
Tex Mex Egg Whites
8 egg whites
1 tsp. Tex Mex spice (or powdered taco seasoning)
1 avocado, pitted and mashed
1 tbsp. Salsa
1. Add egg whites plus Tex Mex seasoning into a lightly sprayed pan cook over medium heat until cooked.
2. Stir the lime into the avocado.
3. Serve with the avocado and salsa on top.
1 ripe avocado
¼ small onion, finely chopped
Himalayan salt, to taste (optional)
Serves 2. Adjust recipe according to your party size.
Add the inside of the avocado, onions, and squeezed fresh juice of the lime, and salt into a bowl or a blender. Mix until desired consistency and enjoy!
My trick on finding the “perfect” avocado? I gave up a long time ago trying to find the perfect avocado so instead, I buy a range of them so I will always have a fresh one on hand.
The hard green ones usually need a few days to ripen. You can boost their ripening time by placing them in a brown paper bag. The avocado will be surrounded in its own natural ethylene gas, which is the chemical that causes it to ripen. You can also wrap them in aluminum foil and bake them at 200 degrees to 15 minutes. This method will soften them up without warming them up. Try it!
If you have too many ripe ones on hand, you can store in the fridge to extend their life a couple of more days.
Chicken Breast Nachos
MVP Veggie Tray
Veggies of your choice. I used:
2 large Cucumbers, sliced
4 large Carrots, sliced
1 package of Grape tomatoes
1 Red pepper, sliced
1 Green pepper, sliced
5 Celery stalks, cut into sticks
I added in chocolate (Lindt balls) but of course that’s optional and definitely doesn’t really belong on a veggie tray but I wanted to make sure EVERYONE stays happy 😜
1 small serving bowl of veggie dip. I used Ranch dressing.
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