Fresh vegetables and protein-packed beans turn this classic game day snack into a healthy meal
January 23, 2014
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The best healthy nachos recipe
Are you craving nachos, but don't want all the fat, calories, and sodium? Five key ingredients turn this classic Super Bowl appetizer into a mini-meal loaded with fresh veggies and filling, protein-packed beans.
Our vegetarian Power Nachos have 18 grams of energizing protein and 9 grams of fiber, so you can dig in without the guilt. Read on for the recipeand to see what makes this snack so healthy.
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Get your vitamin C fix with this fat-free flavor booster.
Add another squeeze right before serving to brighten up the flavor.
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Multigrain tortilla chips
Get more out of your crunchies: Check ingredient labels for protein-rich quinoa and flaxseed, a good source of omega-3s.
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Don’t like cilantro? Sub in scallions: They have vitamin K, which is key for bone health.
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One word: fiber.
These creamy beans serve up 11 grams a cup but taste like a total indulgence.
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Craving the satisfying crunch of extra chips?
Throw in more celeryit's virtually calorie-free and