This post is sponsored by ALDI. I am proud to partner with them.
In case you didn’t know, sports are a big deal in our house. (If you don’t know why that is, read all about Team Braddock here.) Food is also a big deal – especially with growing boys, So, when they come together through a major event, imaginary fireworks go off in our home. Careful planning ensues to determine when to watch and what to eat while watching.
Let’s just all confess that eating during sporting events is fun, but it’s easy to go overboard and eat way beyond fullness. It’s also way too easy to spend A LOT of money on food. Honestly, all of this has happened to me on numerous occasions.
ALDI is my go-to for finding high-quality food for my family, without breaking the bank. This month, I am collaborating with ALDI to share March Madness® menu ideas and 3 tips for healthy eating at sports parties that deliver on flavor, affordability and give a hat tip to mindful eating. That’s a win-win if you ask me.
Check out my TV segment on First Coast Living all about it and keep reading for 3 tips and recipe links.
Tip #1 – Making “big ticket” food items at home saves money and keeps your overall calories in check.
Sure it’s easy to order pizza for the big game, but when you make pizza at home, you can save a lot in calories, sodium, and money! Grilling pizza (indoors or outdoors) is a really fun way to make your homemade pizza exciting. And this Grilled Barbecue Chicken Pizza from ALDI delivers on big flavor! …