I was super excited to be invited into a D&D campaign with some of my best friends a couple of months ago. I love everything about D&D and have loads of fun every time we play. Every Friday we get together and eat while we hash out the DM’s puzzles and battles. It’s been a great experience for me as a beginner.
Because it’s dinner time when we get together, we usually order take out or bring take out to the games. Here lately to save on cash, we’ve tried bringing in meat and cheese trays, pizza rolls, etc. Unfortunately, this isn’t that good for you. I wanted to find some healthy recipes beyond hummus and chips or veggie trays. Here’s a short list of some easy recipes to feed your adventurers during a D&D night.
De-Pudged Pigs in a Blanket via Hungry Girl
Character: De-Pudged Pigs
Stats: 45 minutes total prep and cook time; 134 calories per 4 pigs; 4 ingredients including mustard for dipping.
Avocado BLT Pasta Salad via Emily Bites
Character: Avocado BLT Pasta Salad
Stats: can be made the night before; 175 calories per 1 cup; easy for beginner cooks
Sweet Sausage Rolls via Skinny Points
Character: Sweet Sausage Rolls
Stats: 30 minutes total prep and cook time; 128 calories per sausage roll; 6 ingredients
Greek Yogurt Lemon Bars via Sally’s Baking Addiction
Character: Greek Yogurt Lemon Bars
Stats: 4 hours, 45 minutes total prep, cook, and cooling time; 130 calories per bar; can be made the night before
Skinny Peanut Butter Muddy Buddies via Amy’s Healthy Baking
Character: Skinny Peanut Butter Muddy Buddies
Stats: good for up to 3 days; 148 calories per 1/2 cup; 6 ingredients
What are you favorite healthy recipes for game night? Share them with me in the comments!