I’m not really a sports fan, but I love game day food! The chips, dips, appetizers, wings, and sandwiches always inspire the foodie in me to root for a team so that I have an excuse to eat some amazing dishes!
Considering that the Super Bowl is this week and that there is always some sort of sports event happening throughout the year, I decided to round up a list of the very best keto and low carb recipes that would be perfect game day dishes. These easy keto recipes for a crowd include appetizers, main dishes, keto chips and dips, and even a dessert dip.
My hope is that this list will give you Super Bowl food ideas and provide a range of easy keto recipes and appetizers for a crowd.
In this guide, you’ll find:
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This recipe takes only 20 minutes. The shrimp are lightly breaded with coconut flour. The sauce takes a few minutes of stirring. You can use the sauce as a topping for chicken or even on burgers!
This recipe is everything that you might imagine from Jalapeno Poppers with a twist. They’re filled with ooey-gooey cheeses, bacon, and jalapenos then crusted with pork rinds.
This such a fun idea! It’s basically a burger on a stick! You could absolutely turn this into a make your own kabob bar by laying out all of the toppings, allowing each guest to make their own kabob.
These are adorable little pizzas that have a meatball surprise in the center. They are made with fathead dough, making them the perfect keto-friendly appetizer.
These are why I love air fryers. They are so versatile and make cooking delicious things super quick. These shrimp skewers are not only keto, but perfect for your Whole30 guests too!
This idea is pretty awesome! Chicken, sharp cheddar and basil all wrapped up in a slice of pepperoni.
This dish is for all of my cheesesteak lovers! It has all the ingredients of a Philly Cheesesteak, but swaps the roll for fathead dough.
This easy recipe only requires 5 ingredients. It’s actually Paleo (because it contains coconut sugar), but it easily converts to Keto & Whole30. To maintain the sweetness in the dipping sauce, I’d recommend swapping the coconut sugar with Swere or another brand of erythritol.
These look amazing and like the perfect way to have more veggies. You could use the sauce or leave some sauceless so that they could become a game day dipper.
If you’re looking for a Jalapeno Popper recipe minus the spicy, then this keto appetizer is perfect. Instead of jalapenos, it has mini sweet bell peppers.
Scallops are one of my favorite proteins. These bacon wrapped scallops take less than 30 minutes to make and only have 2g net carbs.
If you’re wanting to add a bit of a twist to your deviled eggs recipe then you should try these. They could easily be made ahead.
These are perfect for the kiddos and can be made with so many variations. They are made with fathead dough so it’s likely you have most the ingredients in your pantry. I’d love to try these with some sort of spicy sausage!
Palak Paneer is creamy, flavorful and delicious! I usually serve this with some sort of cauliflower rice.
I’ve never had bacon stuffed chicken, but this looks delicious! It could easily become the main dish. The best part is that it only requires 10 minutes of prep!
These remind me of a Nova Lox sandwich but on a cucumber. I love that you could add toppings to this like capers, red onions, and even tomatoes.
These are the perfect appetizer to have your kiddos help with! They are easy to make and fool-proof.
For the pickle lovers out there, here is another pickle keto app. These only require 3 ingredients!
There’s no such thing as a game day party without wings! So here are some drool-worthy wing recipes that are sure to please a bunch of taste buds!
When I saw these wings, I mostly just wanted to lick my phone screen! They are super easy to make in an air fryer and pair well with lots of dipping sauces.
Keto Chips & Dips
Chips and dip usually make up most of the Super Bowl snack table. While on keto, most of those chips don’t really fit into the lifestyle. With that in mind, here are a few options that allow us to enjoy these delicious dips.
What kinds of things can I use as keto chips?
- Chopped Vegetables (cucumbers, bell peppers, and celery)
- Pork Rinds
- Cheese Crisps
- Meat Sticks/Skewers
- Crispy Pepperoni or Bacon
If you want nachos, but want to fill it with veggies, then this nachos dish is for you! It has all the layers of Loaded Nachos with cauliflower as the base.
This is by far one of my favorite keto appetizers. I love it because it could easily become the main dish. It is loaded with chorizo, a quick queso sauce, and a homemade Pico De Gallo.
This recipe is one that I’m looking forward to making. It mixes great flavors like gruyere cheese with organic chicken, wine and sweet onions. This would be the perfect dip for some pork rinds, toasted & cut cauliflower pizza crust or low carb crackers!
I love dip recipes that require you to dump and stir. This is one of those kinds of recipes. Featuring shredded chicken, cream cheese, fresh jalapenos, and a bacon ranch dressing mix, this dip is perfect for homemade crackers or vegetables.
If you’re a seafood lover then you’ll love this dip! It comes cheese, shrimp, and crab meat and easily reheats in the microwave!
This dip seems full of flavor and takes about five minutes to make! It has a lot of the same flavors as ranch dressing so as shown above, I’d pair it with lots of fresh veggies.
Whether you’re dipping vegetables or meat sticks, serving up great queso is a must. This recipe takes less than 25 minutes and uses only 8 ingredients.
If you know someone who is vegan and keto, then don’t leave them out of the fun! This vegan queso has no sugar added and is very low carb. Believe it or not, it only takes 5 minutes.
Besides queso, another game day food staple is guacamole. You can dip into this with vegetables, crispy bacon, or cheese crisps.
Personally, I love to have something sweet after a meal! These are perfect small bites that help cure your guest’s sweet tooth!
I love no bake desserts! Especially, those that take 5 minutes. You could leave these as is or add chocolate and almonds to make them more like an Almond Joy!
With all of the savory dip options, this one will cure your guests’ sweet tooth. Pair it with berries for an easy dessert.