Super Bowl Sunday is more than just a sporting event – it’s an experience.
A huge part that experience is the food…and unfortunately, most of those foods are just HORRIBLE for you.
That’s why we worked out a recipe that takes all the guilt out of one of the fattiest Super Bowl snacks out there – the 7 Layer Dip.
Instead of being full of artery-clogging fats, this version sneaks in a ton of fiber, probiotics, and Omega-3 Fatty acids…so it’s actually good for you.
The best part?
It’s so delicious, you won’t even notice the difference!
|2 C. Cooked Black Beans
2 tsp. Olive Oil
½ Brown Onion
¼ C. water
1 tsp cumin
1 tsp oregano
|2/3 C. Long Grain Brown Rice
1 2/3 C. Water
2 Tbsp taco seasoning
|½ C. Sliced Kalamata Olives
2 Tomatoes (Diced)
1 C. 0% Greek Yogurt*
1 C. Salsa
1. Make the Beans– Dice the onion and sauté in the olive oil until the edges start to brown. Put the onions, black beans, cumin, oregano & ¼ C water into a food processor or blender. Pulse a few times, until the mixture resembles refried beans.
2. Cook the Rice- In a small pot with a tightly fitted lid, bring the 1 2/3 C. water to boil. Add the taco seasoning and rice. Simmer with the lid on for approximately 40 minutes.
3. Mash the Guacamole- Using a fork, mash the avocado with the lemon juice and a little salt & pepper.
4. Assemble the dip- You can layer this however you’d like, but we recommend layering in this order: Beans, Rice, Guacamole, Greek Yogurt, Salsa, Olives, Tomatoes.
If you want to add a personal touch & encourage portion control by creating individual sized dip bowls.
To make 8 individual portions with roughly 9 grams of protein, 7 grams of fiber and less than 250 calories, fill 8 ramekins with:
¼ C. Beans, ¼ C. Rice, 2 Tbsp Guacamole, 2 Tbsp Greek Yogurt, 2 Tbsp Salsa, 1 Tbsp Olives, and approximately 1 Tbsp diced tomato.
* Make sure you get a high quality greek yogurt that includes probiotics!