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Sat Feb 04 2023


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The Super Bowl is a time for gathering with friends and family to watch the big game, but it can also be a time for overindulging on unhealthy foods. However, with a little planning and creativity, it’s possible to enjoy a delicious and healthy Super Bowl feast. Here are some tips on how to eat healthy during the Super Bowl.

Tortilla Chips plus Dip: 

Chips are a classic snack for the Super Bowl, but traditional chips can be high in fat and calories. LiveKuna Tortilla Chips plus Quinoa are a healthier alternative, as they are made with a blend of corn and quinoa, making them gluten-free and a source of protein and fiber. Serve with guacamole, salsa, or a vegetable-based dip to add some extra nutrients to your snack.

Chia Pudding:

Chia seeds are a great source of protein, fiber, and omega-3 fatty acids and make for a delicious and healthy pudding. You can make chia pudding by mixing LiveKuna Organic Chia Seeds with almond or coconut milk, sweetener, and any flavorings you like. Top with fresh fruit, nuts, or a drizzle of chocolate for added flavor and nutrition.

Artisan Veggie Chips or Cassava Chips: 

The LiveKuna Artisan Veggie Chips are made with a variety of vegetables, such as plantain, beetroot, sweet potato, cassava and parsnips, and are a healthier alternative to traditional potato chips. They are a good source of vitamins and minerals and can be a satisfying snack without all the added fat and calories. Mix them with your favorite dressing or a jalapeño dip to add an extra kick.

Cassava is a root vegetable that is a great source of carbohydrates and fiber. Cassava chips are gluten-free and a tasty alternative to traditional chips. You can spice up your party by mixing LiveKuna Spicy BBQ Cassava Chips with some vegan ranch dip for a delicious combination.

Banana Cake: 

Banana flour is made from dried and ground bananas and is a great gluten-free alternative to wheat flour. Use it to make gluten-free cakes, cookies, and bread for a healthy dessert option. Make sure to combine it with some dark chocolate chips to enhance your treats.

Baked Chicken Wings: 

Chicken wings are a classic Super Bowl snack, but traditional wings are often breaded and not gluten-free. Baked wings are a healthier alternative and can be coated with quinoa flour to maintain that crispiness out of the oven. Season them with your favorite spices or sauces and pair with a side of vegetables, such as carrots and celery, to balance out your meal.

With a little planning and creativity, it’s possible to enjoy a delicious and healthy Super Bowl feast. By incorporating the LiveKuna gluten-free superfoods into your menu, you can indulge in tasty snacks and meals without sacrificing your health. So, enjoy the game and the food, and don’t forget to drink plenty of water and get up and move between commercials!