Most years, I have more interest in the food than the football on Super Bowl Sunday. But we love the Broncos; our dog is named Bronco so I’ll be watching. And according to statistics, so will most of you. This concerns me, I have heartburn just thinking about Super Bowl food where team healthy is the biggest underdog around.
Instead of suggesting what to skip, Carolyn and I decided to make a crudité plate that could compete. No sad, wet baby carrots and a hummus container can do that.
If you need some crudité coaching, check out our #CooCoo4crudite video
Crudite Starting Lineup
Here is the recipe for the dip we mention in the video
Super bowl Spicy Tahini
¼ cup Tahini
2 Tbs lemon juice
2 Tbs olive oil
1 Tbs Apple cider vinegar
¼ tsp. Sunny Bang probiotic hot sauce
¼ tsp. Wakaya turmeric
Himalayan salt and pepper to taste.
Complicated Instructions: mix/whisk together & amp up spice, salt & pepper if needed.
*I’ve made with coconut oil but you need to increase the heat if you do so.
*Any hot sauce or salt will do, we used our MVP incredients.
I think our crudité can compete but can you beat us? We’re veggie voyeurs, please post your plates with the hashtag #coocoo4crudite on Instagram or Twitter. If you’re not that social, email us your cool creations and we’ll see who wins this crudité competition (and the game).

Will you be watching the game? Which football foods do you plan on eating? What do you think is the secret for crudité that can compete/interesting veggie plates?
And of course some pregame

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