Some healthier options for your Super Bowl party menu

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Super Bowl 50 is this weekend. And if you’re hosting a Super Bowl Party, you know the menu drill: chili, pizza, meatballs, chicken wings. What’s not to love?

But you might want to consider some healthier options for your big game-day menu, too. That doesn’t mean you have to ditch the tried-and-true; just consider a little revisionist approach. A “makeover” of traditional plates is one way to go, rendering your favorite party foods a little more calorie-friendly.

Tiffani Thiessen, host of “Dinner at Tiffani’s” on the Cooking Channel, offers some tips and recipes.

Read the full story (including Thiessen’s recipes and more) here.

PHOTO ABOVE: Tiffani Thiessen hosts “Dinner at Tiffani’s” on the Cooking Channel.| FOOD NETWORK

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