Food for Thought: Super Bowl snacking

Apart from the game and commercials, the Super Bowl is all about the food and culinary dietitian Gina Keatley visited News 12 to prepare healthier

Culinary dietitian Gina Keatley prepared healthier alternatives to the usual Super Bowl snacks.

Culinary dietitian Gina Keatley prepared healthier alternatives to the usual Super Bowl snacks. (1/26/14)

BROOKLYN - Apart from the game and commercials, the Super Bowl is all about the food and culinary dietitian Gina Keatley visited News 12 to prepare healthier alternatives to the usual party snacks.

As a healthier version to buffalo wings with dips that Keatley says are too sugary and salty, she made baked chicken strips with a variety of hummus-based dips.

Keatley also suggested serving chili made with a leaner meat like ground turkey. She also showed News 12's Natasha Geigel how to prepare a baked potato bar with different toppings that are healthy and nutritious.

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