I've never made them myself, but my sister did and I really liked them. I don't know that it was that recipe. I know that when she made them she made them quite salty, which was fine for me but could be a problem for people with high bp.
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1,537 9/13/12 9:45 A
Are kale chips any good? Never tried them. I've heard a lot about them lately.
It's hard- I guess as far as I've been willing to go is raw vegetable tray with hummus instead of the old chips and dip. I do like nacho chips with salsa, so maybe a low sodium whole grain chip could help a bit?
I guess if you are having a party for a football game/tailgate, that is just another one of those many situations I face where I try to minimize the overall damage rather than do without or force my ideas on someone else!
Maybe you could use this as a dip? recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp? recipe=1387590 I'm hoping someone else comments in here with an awesome taco dip without the guilt. I love taco dip :) One thing to look at is replacing the sour cream with greek yogurt and use reduced fat cheese. That alone will help a lot.
Hoping other people have some great ideas. Those are just a few things I have saved in a recipe book here on spark for snacky type events.
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9/12/12 11:09 A
Gentlemen... The air has begun to turn, and there is defiantly a certain crispness in the morning. We all know that means it is football season. Normally, I have people over to the house on Saturdays and Sundays for the days events. There is beer and other adult beverages involved, plus all the really delicious, horrible for you, foods. Anyone have and suggestions for food to serve that still has the tailgating feel and flavor without the gobs of fat? For opening weekend, NFL, I served naked chicken breast strips with a few different dipping sauces, and people were happy with those, but I stayed away from my chili cheese nacho dip... Needless to say, people were looking forward to its fatty goodness. Ill stick to the chicken, but I really need a dip that people will like. Thanks in advance!
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