Sheet Pan Peanut Chicken and Broccoli

Sheet Pan Peanut Chicken and Broccoli

Who likes the simplicity of a one-pan meal? I certainly do on a busy weeknight. Fewer dishes and more time to relax before gathering around the table. This new recipe for our Sheet Pan Peanut Chicken and Broccoli could not be easier, or delicious.

Ingredients for Sheet Pan Peanut Chicken and Broccoli

There’s a couple of helpful tips for gathering your ingredients for this recipe.

First, the chicken. I find chicken thighs retain the most moisture and are my first choice. I opt for organic if I can’t find any local, pasture-raised poultry. However, if you want to save time, you can purchase cutlets to reduce your prepping time. (You can toss them in without slicing them into smaller pieces.)

Second, we use the cauliflower gnocchi from Trader Joe’s that’s Gluten-Free. This version is made with about 75% cauliflower, as well as cassava flour, potato starch, extra virgin olive oil, and sea salt. No wheat, sugar, dairy, or eggs are included here, and that translates to fewer carbs, with significantly less fat & calories than potato-based varieties. (Whole Foods has a good option too, but more expensive and tastes the same.)

Trader Joe's Gluten Free Cauliflower Gnocchi

Trader Joe’s also has sweet potato gnocchi, but it’s NOT gluten-free. They also have Kale Gnocchi, which is gluten-free, but I didn’t want too much green in this recipe in case it turned off the kids from trying something new.


If you want to make this vegetarian, I would suggest trying this with tempeh. Cut in half lengthwise, then short wise into rectangles.

sheet pan peanut chicken and broccoli ingredients

Thai Green Curry Paste Uses

The one unique ingredient I purchased for this recipe is a Thai Green Curry paste from Thai Kitchen. You can use red curry paste, though it will have a bit more of a kick. Most grocery stores will have these in the Asian food section.

Don’t let these awesome flavor pastes go to waste. Use a little bit to jazz up some storebought hummus. Thin it out with a little olive oil and use it as a salad dressing. I’m a huge fan of making rice bowls for lunch. I’ll sauté leftover chicken, rice, and roasted veggies on the stove and toss in a teaspoon or so of the curry paste to bump up the flavor.

Both of these curry pastes make an awesome marinade for chicken, fish, or pork. Even better, toss some chicken with the curry paste and olive oil and toss in the freezer for a simple freezer meal down the road.

Simple One-Pan Peanut Chicken and Broccoli

My version of this recipe came about after I read Nadia Hussain’s Time to Eat: Delicious Meals for Busy Lives. There are loads of time-saving tips in her cookbook. Freezer meal ideas, simple sheet pan suppers, and lots and lots of ideas of how to repurpose leftovers.

Nadia’s version includes making peanut butter from scratch. While that sounds lovely, I’m taking a shortcut and buying the peanut butter.

I’m also using frozen gnocchi and skip the step of boiling them separately. I find roasting them is one of my favorite ways to cook gluten-free gnocchi.

Sheet Pan Peanut Chicken and Broccoli Recipe

Sheet Pan Peanut Chicken and Broccoli

A simple sheet pan meal with peanut butter chicken, thai curry spices, and fresh broccoli.
Prep Time: 20 minutes
Cook Time: 30 minutes
Course: Main Course
Cuisine: Indian, thai
Servings: 6 servings
Author: Emily Roach


  • 2 lb chicken thighs thinly sliced
  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 1/4 cup avocado oil sub olive oil
  • 1/4 cup Thai Green Curry Paste
  • 1/4 cup peanut butter smooth, sub almond butter
  • 1 tsp sea salt
  • 12 oz cauliflower gnocchi (gluten-free)
  • 2 heads broccoli florets only
  • 2 red onion sub yellow onion
  • 4 tbsp peanuts dry-roasted, salted, chopped
  • 4 tbsp cilantro chopped
  • 1 lime juiced


  • Preheat the oven to 400°F.
  • Lightly spray a roasting dish with olive oil. (13" x 9" size)
  • Add sliced chicken to a large bowl. Add in the honey, curry paste, peanut butter, and salt. Mix well so the chicken is evenly coated.
  • Layer the broccoli, gnocchi, and red onions in the roasting pan. Add the chicken and mix to distribute evenly.
  • Cook 30 minutes. Stir halfway through to distribute the sauce.
  • Top with chopped peanut, cilantro, and the juice of one lime.
  • Store leftovers in the refrigerator, or freeze for up to 3 months.


I use the frozen cauliflower gnocchi from Trader Joe's or Whole Foods. It's the easiest to work with. You may want to boil traditional gnocchi ahead of time. 
Tried this recipe?Mention @emilyroachwellness or tag #erwellness!


I love that I can pop this in the oven and then sit and read for 30 minutes, or get a head start on the dishes.

Sheet pan suppers are such a great way to serve a family. If your kids don’t “like things touching,” I found this recipe still worked well to separate the ingredients at the end. One child had this on a plate with the chicken and broccoli separated out, with a couple of gnocchi to try (again.) After a few comments, he dug in and enjoyed this recipe.

Pin this below to save for your next meal plan.

Thanks in advance for sharing my Sheet Pan Peanut Chicken and Broccoli Recipe.

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I love the new trend of meal planning cookbooks. Crafting a menu plan each week is one of the best ways to save you money, time, and energy all week long in the kitchen.

Some cookbooks take a seasonal approach to meal planning, and others create plans based on how much time you have to make dinner. There is something for everyone, so I’m going to share my favorites with you and share a little of my own meal planning system.

Meal Plans in Cookbooks

Grab one of your most recent cookbook purchases. Check out the table of contents. How is it set up? Is it by season, type of meal, or something else? Now, check the end of the list. Is there a meal plan section? This is where you will find most meal plans in cookbooks. I read about 10 different cookbooks each month (thank you, library!), and many follow this new trend.

menu plan in cookbook

Menu plan ideas from Let Me Feed You.

Why is this helpful? Well, in every new cookbook, you may find 100 new recipe ideas. It can be overwhelming. A suggested meal plan is a great way to hone in on a few recipes at a time. The author has already done the hard part of deciding what to pair together and for which meal of the day. If there’s one thing we all can use help with is making fewer decisions every day. (A decision diet is probably the only diet trend I’ll ever get excited about.)


Meal Planning Workbooks

As someone who has been meal planning for twelve years, I like to consider myself a pro for myself and my coaching clients. Not perfect, but I have years of experience now testing out a variety of meal planning methods. (and here’s a big secret…there is no “right” way to meal plan. you have to find your own system.)

Hands down, the best way for me to maintain a meal plan each week is to write it down on paper. And have it displayed in a visual location in the kitchen.

If you’ve been with this blog from the beginning, you may remember my chalkboard meal plan in our first home. I shared those meal plans weekly, and you can still find the original posts with loads of recipe ideas in this meal plan collection of posts. (thank goodness my photo editing skills have improved since then! here’s a throwback to my chalkboard menu I made myself, circa 2013! )

You can use a whiteboard, chalkboard, notebook, or planner. But there are some additional options, like a meal planning workbook. Here’s a look at my favorites.

100 Days of Real Food Meal Planner

This little workhouse offers a ton of tactical tools to keep meal planning organized for you. It includes some awesome recipes and a workbook section for you to write out your meal plan and your shopping list. You can tear it out or keep it in the book. (I’m a fan of keeping track of your meals, so you have a starting point when meal planning down the road.


The 100 Days of Real Food Meal Planner at the grocery store.

This book from 100 Days of Real Food founder Lisa Leake also includes a fabulous laminated lunch meal planner for all of us packing school lunches. (though I’m totally letting my kids eat the free school lunch this year when they are actually in school…which is only 40% of the time.)

Got more questions about the meal planner? Check them out over here on Lisa’s page.

Love & Lemons Meal Record and Planner

I’ve had this little gem since 2018. It’s still a favorite, yet I forget to use it sometimes. But, it has space for all meals, not just dinner. For years, I have used it to keep track of all of our entertaining events like Thanksgiving menus, First Communions, and birthdays.

I’ll also make note of the evening events as I map out my meal plan for the week. Then I know if I’ll be driving around doing carpool during the meal prep time. (those nights are usually slow cooker meals!)

Love and Lemons Meal Plan cookbook

Love and Lemons Meal Plan cookbook

The Love and Lemons Meal Planner set also comes with a grocery list notepad so you can take notes as you meal plan.

The key thing with any of these systems is actually to USE ITYou can keep it simple and use a notebook. No matter which meal planning system you try out, I really think it helps to write down in advance and keep a journal of what happens in real life. You may see trends after keeping track for a couple of months.

Maybe you are never motivated to cook on Thursdays, so try to plan that night as leftovers or a slow cooker night. By keeping a meal planning record, you can figure out what’s working for you and what’s not. (that’s where I come into play teaching clients how to make changes that work for them.)

So which Meal Planning Cookbook is right for you?

Want an all-in-one guide? Then grab the 100 Days of Real Food Meal Planner.

Want more blank space? Choose the Love and Lemons option.

Ready to keep track in real-time? Grab a pretty notebook.

A little effort in meal planning can go a long way? Ready to get started? I’m cheering you on as meal planning is one of the BEST ways to achieve your health goals.

meal planning cookbooks

Learn how to making cooking with kids in the kitchen more fun every day. Engage their senses, teaching them how to chop, and make them meal planners.

Need some help planning your 4th of July meal plan? I know it doesn’t quite feel like business as usual when it comes to our summer plans, but the Fourth of July is my favorite holiday of the year. Even if it’s just you celebrating, here are some fun ideas for the kitchen. We will celebrate at the beach this year with some family outside. Here’s hoping the mosquitoes are not too bad this year!

Watermelon Sticks 4th of July meal plan

4th of July Menu

Pamela Salzman’s American Flag Pie recipe. You can check out her Instagram IGTV and watch the tutorial. Make the dough today and break up the steps to make it easier.

A Couple Cooks’ updated broccoli salad looks like a great option to use some of our garden fresh broccoli.

Potato salads are my favorite, especially when it’s a French Potato Salad. I’m totally hooked on adding capers to my potato salad, and so are my kids!

I like grilling chicken and being able to have some “plain” and others with a kick. I’ve found using a hoisin glaze at the end is perfect. Here’s an easy tutorial for a grilled hoisin chicken, but please don’t use canola oil. Sub avocado oil on the grill due to the high heat.

Zucchini hummus is a perfect pair to all the snappy veggies from our garden, plus a few more from local farms.

Round out the menu with watermelon sticks and you’ll be good to go. Sticks are the way to go for less mess and they also taste delicious frozen.

Scale-up as needed for your guest count.


Easy American Flag Cheese Board

American Flag Cheese Board from The Baker Mama

And a cute red, white, and blue cheese and fruit board is always a win for your 4th of July meal plan. This one from The Baker Mama is gorgeous and full of gluten-free crackers from Trader Joe’s.(She has a full shopping list on this post here.)


I hope you enjoy the long weekend. Raise a glass of clean-crafted wine to toast the holiday! I’ll be enjoying a glass of Adelante Sauvignon Blanc because my mom and sister are in town and it’s their favorite. You can grab it too for 20% off till Friday.

Cheers and happy 4th of July!

Everyone can use help learning how to simplify meal planning. These are five tips to make meal planning and meal prep simple and easy for any family.

Illustration by Sabrina Bruggman

At home wellness has taken on new meaning this week. Yet it’s so important for us to take care of our health, and the health of those around us. I pulled together a list of at-home wellness resources to help you keep your body, and your mind, strong and resilient during this time.

If you have additional resources to share, please leave a note in my Eat Well, Live Well group and I’ll add it to this round up.

Also, if you haven’t check it out, go read my Immune Boosting tips to stay healthy. These are important tips now and going forward as we navigate this new normal.

at home fitness workouts

At-Home Workout Options

  1. The Balanced Life Sisterhood- membership just opened up for new members. I’ve been with this online pilates program for over a year and it was a game changer for me. Learn more about the Sisterhood and use code emily20 to get $20 off your membership.
  2. Peloton-now offering 90 days to try out the app. You don’t need the bike to enjoy all the other classes. I’ve been doing the yoga, meditation, and strength training classes more often than the biking classes.
  3. Starr Yoga- virtual yoga class run by Julie Starr and her team. Find more info on their Facebook pages to get the Zoom link.
  4. H.Y.P. Studio Yoga and Pilates– online classes via Facebook
  5. Glo Yoga-always has a free trial and is a great resource of yoga video
  6. Just get outside for a walk. Run. Skip. Jump rope. Getting outside when you can will help calm your nervous system too.

At-Home Meditation

  1. Ziva Meditation– this online meditation class is being offered at 50% off, AND FREE for health care workers. If you know anyone, send them this link so they can get access to the course. It’s so important for everyone to make time to quiet their central nervous system during this time of intense emotions. Ziva Meditation is the one I recommend to my clients because it focuses on meditation as a practice to “get good at life, not get good at meditation.” It’s the only program that made me not feel like I was doing meditation wrong because I couldn’t quiet my brain.If there was ever a time to start a meditation practice, this is it. This is what will help us not lose our cool with our kids, spouse, and ourselves as we manage this time home. At home wellness really starts with our mindset each day. If we can start from a place of calm, and end with it, we will get through this with less trauma and more joy. Click here to learn more about Ziva meditation.

at home cooking tips

Cooking at Home

  1. Pamela Salzman runs online cooking classes. It’s a great mental break, and something you can watch with your kids to learn new recipes. Sometimes people think cooking is harder than it really is. Once you see someone else do it, I find it’s much easier to try it yourself. Her monthly classes are all discounted right now. Use code SINGLE10 to get single classes for $10, or CLASSES17 to sign up for a monthly subscription (normally $27/mo)
  2. Slow cookers are one of the easiest ways to make dinner. This is a great round up of 20 healthy soups and stews for the slow cooker, and often the Instant Pot too. Robyn keeps the ingredient list small, which is great for some limited pantry shopping at the moment.
  3. Engage your kids in the kitchen with a game of “Chopped.” What can they create with some limited vegetables? Give them some limitations, only because we don’t to waste any food during this time.
  4. When in doubt, make a smoothie. If that is all the energy you have at the end of the day, make smoothies for dinner. No one is grading you at this point. Use this opportunity to try some new recipes and grab my Free Smoothie Guide.
  5. Meal planning- I’ll be sharing more about meal planning in the days ahead on Facebook, but I encourage you to meal plan and focus on fresh foods first. There is a lot of “pantry meal posts” going online and I want you to wait on those till it’s necessary. For now, if possible, just use your fresh item first and shop your refrigerator to create meals each day.

homeschool life

At-Home Wellness Tips

Self-care has taken on a new meaning at the moment too. It’s not bubble baths and coffee dates with friends. However, keeping sane at home is so important. There’s a couple of fun ways to help rid your body of the building anxiety some of us are feeling right now. Here’s my go to list of what works:

  • Shaking
  • Jump rope/jumping jacks
  • Dancing

And I did hear about putting Christmas lights back up outside as a sign of solidarity. I just might do that to brighten our evenings and give our neighborhood something fun to enjoy.

We need to focus on the small wins, and moments of joy. Kids laughing as we play Just Dance together. Watching movies together. Letting kids build the biggest forts in the family room.

Yes, we are trying to homeschool and work at home just like the rest of you. Give yourself grace. 

If we keep our child and our body calm, we will weather this storm.

Till then, I miss people. And will continue to make my home a happy, safe place for our family. If I do that each day, it’s enough.

At Home Wellness Resources

As I write out our Thanksgiving Meal Plan, I thought I would share it here too, along with some recipe links.

We tend to host a larger gathering, this year will be have 20 guests for dinner, and 26 for dessert. We always try to incorporate lots of local produce, farm fresh turkeys, and delicious flavors.

Every year I take notes about what worked, and what didn’t, for the big Thanksgiving dinner. Having a Thanksgiving meal plan you can refer back to year after year is so helpful. (so much so that I want a digital copy by creating this blog post!)

What size turkey should I buy?

What size turkey should I buy?

This was the top question I get about planning the Thanksgiving Meal Plan.
What size turkey should I get for Thanksgiving dinner?

The general rule of thumb is a pound per person. However, I want to make sure we have leftovers. ⁠
I’m ordering an 18-20 lb turkey, AND I’ll cook a turkey breasts separately in the slow cooker so we have extra, AND it makes a fresh batch of turkey stock for the gravy. ⁠Last year we didn’t need to serve the turkey breast, so now I know I can save it for leftovers over the weekend.

thanksgiving meal plan

Where I buy ingredients for my Thanksgiving

  1. Farmers to You: farm fresh ingredients collected from Vermont farms and delivered to drop locations in Massachusetts.
  2. Thrive Market: all my baking staples were restocked via Thrive Market. Having it delivered makes it so much easier to prep for a big dinner.
  3. Whole Foods, Prime Now delivery: after this post is done, I’m finalizing my shopping plan for Thanksgiving. And yes, I’m a huge fan of delivery.
  4. Scout & Cellar Clean Crafted Wine: again, delivery saves the day. I ordered some pinot noir and sauvignon blanc for the dinner hour, plus I have a special Cabernet Sauvignon that will come out as dinner winds down and desserts are served. Grab your four bottle dinner set now for the next round of holidays. Stock up on clean crafted wine and share no sugar added, natural wines for the holidays. 
  5. Volante Farms: I’m picking up my farm raised turkey from the local store tomorrow, and I’ll grab some flowers and apples for decorations.

cranberry sauce for thanksgiving meal plan

Thanksgiving Meal Plan Recipes

I try to plan a few weeks in advance, especially once I know how many guests are joining us for Thanksgiving. Having lists of what was on our meal plan in year’s past is super helpful. This year I even created a binder just for Thanksgiving. There are so many delicious recipes, why should we save them for only Thanksgiving? I plan to use the binder for weekly meal planning during the cold season ahead.

Thanksgiving Meal Plan Ideas

Here’s our Thanksgiving meal plan:

  • 18-20 lb Turkey and a turkey breast
  • Roach family stuffing…sourdough bread cubes with nitrate free sausage, a little homemade cranberry sauce, eggs, butter, onions, celery, and lots of poultry seasoning.
  • Murphy family stuffing….white bread, onions, celery, egg, and Bays seasoning. (old traditions die hard.)
  • Corn bread pudding…my husband just made this request as it’s one of his family favorites. I’ve doctored up the recipe over the years to include only unprocessed ingredients. This corn pudding from Pamela Salzman is very close to the way I make mine now.
  • Cranberry sauce…at least three! I make it from scratch with just maple syrup, gelatin, and orange zest. Last year we made an amazing version with chopped pears so that’s on deck to be repeated this year. (the recipe is from Pamela Salzman’s Thanksgiving ebook. I bought it last year and there were tons of great ideas in it, including what to do with turkey leftovers! (not an affiliate link…I just loved the ebook!)
  • Butternut Squash…last year my dad made it with squash from his garden. This year, I’m making a roasted holiday veggie dish with squash from OUR GARDEN! It’s one of the new recipes that’s been updated in my own Fall Ebook Bundle. 
  • Green Bean Casserole…I’m still looking for the perfect update to the green bean casserole I loved as a kid. Complete with French’s onions. This year I’m testing out the recipe from Live Simply Mom.
  • Mashed Potatoes…last year we accidentally made it with russet potatoes…use yukon gold instead. This year I’m trying it in the Instant Pot Mashed Potatoes recipe to lighten the load on our stovetop. I don’t like to have leftover mashed potatoes, but I will increase the ingredients in this recipe to make sure we have enough.
  • Gravy…my Nana taught me to make it with Wondra flour. This year I’m testing some out with brown rice flour and arrowroot starch to see if I can make myself a gluten free gravy. Stay tuned!
  • Sweet Potato Casserole…love this with orange sweet potatoes…OR PURPLE potatoes. Using this recipe, but I do skip the apple juice concentrate. I think it’s sweet enough with the maple syrup, and I don’t like buying a random ingredient like this for just dish.
  • Something GREEN! This will be a game time decision for either Brussel sprouts or sautéed green beans. I just find I like the balance of having more greens on the table, but yet I don’t always want a salad. If you do make a salad, dress it up with pomegranate seeds and persimmons! So pretty. And use butter lettuce as it will hold up better than super greens.

purple sweet potato casserole

Okay…I better get off this computer and start cooking.

Oh wait, you didn’t think I would forget dessert?!

Thanksgiving Meal Plan dessert

Thanksgiving Desserts

  • Apple pie (little sister is the pie master!)
  • Pecan pie…also from little sister
  • Pumpkin pie…my task, and my 8 year old just LOVES pumpkin pie.
  • Chocolate and cheese board is from a guest this season, so curious to see it!
  • Tea (no one ever drinks the coffee I make!)

I hope you have some ideas now for your own Thanksgiving Meal Plan! Pin this post to save for years to come as I’ll try to keep updating it with what works! Cheers to a delicious holiday ahead.

thanksgiving meal plan recipes

If you are curious about low carb eating, then these keto diet tips are for you. There’s no other nutrition trend that’s more talked about than the keto diet this year. You may hear it called the ketogenic diet, or just keto diet, for short. I’ll explain what it is, and how to make transitioning to a keto lifestyle successful.

*Fall Recipe Bundle updated in 2020 with 13 new recipes!
Fall Recipe bundle meal planning help

Ever get frustrated with meal planning? It’s a chore that never seems done, but it makes such a difference when we plan out some meals in advance. 

Here is your cheat sheet friends. Time to make meal planning easy.

No more scouting Pinterest and getting lost down a rabbit hole, only to find yourself with no dinners to make, but new holiday decorations in mind.

Fall Recipe Bundle saves you Time

Enjoy the flavors of fall with all things pumpkin, maple, and locally grown produce. All recipes are both gluten and dairy-free, and developed with nutritious, wholesome ingredients.

Okay, so fall is finally here, chilly winds and darker nights all around.

This is one of the best times to get back into the kitchen and settle in around the table with warm, nourishing food.

Creating good food for your family does more than fill little tummies. It presents an opportunity to gather and slow down.

But let’s be real. We are busy. Our kids are busy. So these recipes are not only healthy but totally doable. As a busy mama of three little ones, I hear you. You want family-friendly, yummy, and healthy fall recipe ideas. I’ve got your back.

Consider this your shortcut to meal planning in the season ahead. More time to be spent enjoying all the beautiful things fall has to offer, like football games, family hikes, and thanksgiving planning. (and don’t forget to check out my Paleo Pumpkin Smoothie too!)

fall recipe bundle gluten and dairy free


All of these delicious recipes are both gluten and dairy-free in this fall recipe bundle. Why you might ask? For starters, each of these particular food groups are often the cause for chronic inflammation in the body. When we eliminate these foods and allow our bodies to heal, it can provide you with amazing results.

Eliminating dairy and gluten can lead to relief from many challenges, including the following:

  • Eczema, rosacea, adult acne
  • Headaches
  • Digestive complaints
  • Brain fog
  • Lethargy
  • Poor sleep
  • Weight gain

The number one thing my clients say when they ditch the gluten and the dairy is how much ENERGY they have!

When we remove the foods that can cause low-grade inflammation, we fill our plates with more nutrient-dense foods which help reduce inflammation. You will see many plant-based recipes including in the fall recipe bundle. There is no refined sugar, only natural sweeteners like honey, maple syrup, and coconut sugar.

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What’s included in the Fall Recipe Bundle?

Here’s a full look at the recipes included:

4 Breakfasts

  • Pumpkin Doughnuts
  • Pressure Cooker Steel Cut Oats
  • Cauliflower Casserole
  • Sweet Potato & Egg Hash

2 Soups

  • Spider Web Pumpkin Soup
  • Carrot White Bean & Tahini Soup

2 Salads

  • Kale & White Bean Caesar Salad
  • Creamy Garlic Kale with Chickpeas & Sweet Potato

4 Mains

  • Bison Pumpkin Chili
  • Slow Cooker Maple Mustard Chicken
  • Sausage & Quinoa Stuffed Acorn Squash
  • Peanut Tempeh with Purple Cabbage Slaw

2 Sides

  • Balsamic Roasted Veggies
  • Brussel Sprouts, Bacon & Brazil Nuts

7 Snacks

  • No-Bake Pumpkin Protein Bars
  • Butternut Squash Hummus
  • Pumpkin Spice Fruit Salad
  • Pumpkin Tahini Energy Balls
  • Maple Pumpkin Popcorn
  • Figs & Prosciutto
  • Apple Nachos

1 Beverage

  • Pumpkin Spice Latte

1 Dessert

  • Apple Spice Oatmeal Cookies


Ready to grab a copy for yourself? Click here to buy the Fall Recipe Bundle, you get all of these gluten-free and dairy-free recipes, a shopping list, and huge time savings. All for $10. Try them out and you will feel a boost of energy from all the vegetables, healthy ingredients, and nutrient density.

Healthy Super Bowl party recipe ideas for gluten-free dairy-free guests.

As the excitement grows for Super Bowl Sunday, it’s time to plan out your healthy Super Bowl recipes. Now, I hear what you are saying. Is there such a thing as “healthy”Super Bowl recipes? You bet.

Today I’m sharing with you some fun finds that the whole family will love. With the game later at night, there are lots of small bites on this menu round-up. All of these items are gluten-free and dairy-free, so you can wake up in the morning feeling awesome. (Especially if your team wins!)

HealthySuper Bowl Recipes

healthy superbowl sunday recipe avocado citrus ceviche dip

HealthySuper Bowl appetizer recipes

Chipotle Cauliflower Tacos- fun, vegetarian option as a main meal or appetizer from Pamela Salzman.

Avocado and citrus “ceviche”- light and bright from Cookie and Kate. Serve with organic, corn tortilla chips. Better yet, try the new grain-free chips from Siete.

Chicken Pineapple Meatballs- these look super kid-friendly! Recipe from Stupid Easy Paleo

Spinach and artichoke dip- I’ve made this recipe from Robyn at Real Food Whole Life and it’s amazing. Your guests will never know it’s dairy free, and it’s made in the slow cooker! I serve this with a mix of raw veggies, corn tortilla chips, Mary’s crackers, and sometimes pita bread for the kids.

Bacon wrapped cinnamon apples- this looks so fun for pre-game!

spinach artichoke dairy free recipe for healthy superbowl sunday

HealthySuper Bowl entree recipes

Buffalo Chickpea Chili- a cool combo of flavors from The First Mess

Buffalo Chicken Sweet Potato Skins- those sweet potatoes actually help you sleep better at night, no matter what the score it. 

Slow cooker Chicken Tortilla Soup-one of our family favorites

Paleo Teriyaki Chicken Wings- make enough for a crowd with this recipe from Predominantly Paleo. 

Instant Pot Enchilada Chicken- this is on our list for this Sunday, along with the sweet potato skins on the side. Make extra and use it for Monday night’s dinner in tacos!

Roasted Cauliflower Chickpea Pomegranate Salad


HealthySuper Bowl Dessert recipes

(just don’t eat too much too late at night!)

Paleo Seven Layer Bars from Danielle at Against All Grain. (Love her Celebrations cookbook!)

Peanut Butter Chocolate Brown Rice Crispy Treats

Coconut Oil Chocolate Bark from Oh She Glows

Healthy Super bowl recipes ideas for gluten-free dairy-free guests.

Are you ready for some football?! Enjoy these fun, healthySuper Bowl party recipes. Join us in the private Facebook group and come tell us what you are making.