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Super Bowl Recipe Exchange
These are from Low Fat Cooking Guide Fiona Haynes. Mini Frittatas: Made in a mini muffin tin, these cute little frittatas make a perfect portion-controlled party food. Because these mini frittatas are low in calories and fat, you can eat more than one without feeling too guilty. Spicy Shrimp Kebabs: These succulent shrimp take just minutes to cook. The spiciness comes from a blend of soy sauce, garlic, fresh ginger and chopped jalapeno pepper.

Sangria Station: Super Bowl parties are a great excuse to mix up a fresh batch of Sangria. Sangrias are a delicious, wine-based party drink that enjoy a reputation for fruit and fun! They are easy to make, easy to drink and are a welcome addition to any Super Bowl shindig.

American Food Guide John Mitzewich suggests these three delicious dips to impress your guests. Serve a classic Hot Spinach and Artichoke Dip, a creative Baked Reuben Dip, or a spicy Jalapeno Popper Dip.

Laura Dolson, our Low Carb Diets Guide, invites you to check out this Low-Carb Super Bowl article.


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