Tailgating w/ Chobani Mezé Dips

As y'all know very well, it is football season! I am so excited for the rest of the season at Alabama, and I absolutely cannot wait for SEC play to start. With the start of football season comes the start of tailgating. Tailgating is so much fun because you get to feel the atmosphere of the game even if you don't actually get to the game. 

However, tailgating can be incredibly unhealthy. Fried everything from chicken to oreos, which are amazing if you've never had them, and if I eat super heavy food in the heat, I get really sick. Here's where Chobani comes in. They've released some amazing dips that would be the perfect addition to any watch party or tailgate. So obviously the dips are healthy, but you can be even healthier by eating them with something other than chips. 

Here's what I would eat with each of the four new dips:

Roasted Red Pepper | Since there are peppers in this dip, I think eating something a little plainer for would be perfect. I absolutely love red pepper hummus, so naturally I think pita chips would be so good with this dip. Also, I don't about y'all but I love cauliflower, and it's basically the perfect substitute for everything. 

Three Pepper Salsa | The first reaction for this dip would be to grab a bag of chips, but to make it healthier, grab a bag of multigrain chips. Much healthier. I think pretzel chips would also be a great side for you dip. 

Chili Lime | I think this dip is right up my sister's alley, and because of that, I think cucumbers would be a nice pairing for this dip. Light and fresh with a kick of chili and lime flavor. Sounds perfect for a Saturday afternoon. 

Smoked Onion and Parmesan | Finally, probably my favorite of the four dips. I love cheese a lot, y'all, so I saved my favorite food for my favorite dip: carrots! Honestly carrots are perfect for any and all dips and are the world's greatest vegetable. #sorrynotsorry

You can mix and match the dips and the sides anyway you want, but that's just personally what I would do. All these sides would be perfect for any dip. Carrots, pretzels, cucumbers, cauliflower, and whole grain chips are great alternatives to your typical potato chip or regular tortilla chips.

xx, jKm

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