From BBQ pizza to chili, these healthy Super Bowl recipes are slimmed-down versions of your favorite football snacks and Super Bowl party food. Make your Game Day menu light and delicious with these easy and healthy Super Bowl recipes.
The Super Bowl is prime time for a healthy diet derailment. From high-fat dips to buffalo wings, it may seem like there's not much room for anything low-cal let alone nutritious, but these WW recipes will have you thinking otherwise. All these appetizers, chills, dips, and desserts will keep your Game Day meal plan delicious and light. From stuffed celery that's inspired by buffalo wings, to cheesy, loaded nachos that are unbelievably low in calories, this is one incredible menu for your upcoming football party. (If you're on the whole high-fat eating plan train try: Keto Super Bowl Recipes That'll Even Impress Carb-Lovers)
Will: Michael Bloomberg was a Democrat prior to '01 and then he became a Republican from '01 - '07. Bloomberg then became and Independent from '07 until '18 at which point he became a Democrat again. Sanders was an Independent from '69 - '15 then was a Democrat in '16 but called himself an Independent from '17 - '19 when he became a Democrat again. Additionally Sanders has been a Liberty Union Party member from '70 - '77 and an affiliate of the Vermont Progressive Party from '81 until current! To put it kindly, neither Sanders or Bloomberg are Democrats unless it suits their interests and yet they're the leading candidates.