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Pirates Booty Provides Tips on How to Kick off Your Party with Healthier Crowd Pleasers

SEA CLIFF, N.Y. (January 17, 2013) – We’re gearing up for the Big Game and the largest snacking occasion of the year. While Big Game parties are a ton of fun, they can be a challenge if you’re trying to eat healthier. While a healthier and fun Big Game party may sound like a contradiction in terms, it doesn’t have to be when you have Pirate’s Booty on your team.

Emily Whelan Anschlowar, registered dietician and in-house nutrition expert at Pirate’s Booty, has created the following healthier swaps for a party that is sure to score points with family and friends. “Big Game Day is the biggest calorie fest of the year behind Thanksgiving,” said Anschlowar. “The average person will consume an entire day’s worth of calories in just three hours. Instead of your typical Big Game spread that is high in fat and calories, try the following tips that won’t leave your guests feeling sacked,” she continued.

  • Crunch Time.
    • An estimated 28 million pounds of potato chips are consumed during the Big Game. Bench regular fried potato chips and choose a better-for-you alternative like Pirate’s Booty, which has all the fun with half the fat and fewer calories. Pirate’s Booty is gluten-free and made in a peanut and tree-nut facility, so it’s great for the whole team. Pirate’s Booty is deliciously baked, all-natural and trans-fat free too – touchdown!
  • Sack the Main Course.
    • Pizza can be a great choice especially when it’s loaded with veggies and on top of a heart healthy whole wheat crust.
    • On sub sandwiches, swap mayo for mustard, use low-fat cheese and lean meats like turkey and chicken. Also, pile on those veggies!
    • When you swap out ground beef for a leaner meat like ground turkey in your pot of chili, you’re cutting down your fat intake.
  • Sweet Spike.
    • S’mores are always a win! Just swap milk chocolate for dark chocolate to gain the benefits of antioxidants.
    • A fruit platter served with vanilla yogurt for dipping is also a great healthy choice.
  • Tackle Beverage Bulge.
    • Opt for light beer or water instead of regular beer or soda and watch consumption to avoid belly bloat and the extra calories.

Pirate’s Booty is Big Game Day’s MVS (Most Valuable Snack)! Pirate’s Booty is a deliciously baked, all-natural snack that the whole team loves. Pirate’s Booty just launched a limited-edition football themed 7 oz. bag of Pirate’s Booty Aged White Cheddar – perfect for the Big Game. The limited-edition football themed 7 oz. Pirate’s Booty Aged White Cheddar bags are available at grocery stores nationwide. The suggested retail price is $2.99.

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Comments

  1. Tracy Martinez says:

    Popcorn

  2. Hannah Gillispie says:

    I love chips with salsa and guacamole! That’s healthy right?

  3. pretzels

  4. amy guillaume linderman says:

    fruit, popcorn, cheese

  5. nichol tone says:

    Apples and Pretzels

  6. Popcorn for sure and apples.

  7. desirae mayes says:

    cheese and crackers are my favorite game day snacks

  8. We go for apple slices and baked brie.

  9. britney jean hedrickb says:

    Finally able to enter!!!!

  10. baked chips and guacamole

  11. Amanda Renken says:

    i love fruit platters.

  12. My favorite game day snack is popcorn!

  13. Jennifer Rote says:

    peanut butter stuffed celery.

  14. Chips with homemade salsa!

  15. kristin m. says:

    fruits and veggies with dips

  16. Jaimie Adams says:

    I love veggies and dip.

  17. i like Pirate’s Booty! and anything chocolate….. 😀

  18. Apples are my favorite.

  19. Cassi Warfield says:

    veggies

  20. Raina DelRio says:

    Air popped popcorn and carrot and celery sticks with light ranch dressing.

  21. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    Homemade chips and Wholly Guacamole

  22. My family and I love fruit trays and cheese and crackers or even popcorn when watching sports.

  23. I love to eat fruite and cheeses

  24. popcorn 🙂

  25. Teresa Thompson says:

    Salsa and chips.

  26. Fruit and yogurt dip!

  27. pretzles

  28. Mines is Veggies and hummus!

  29. kimberly bhatti says:

    chips

  30. Wendy c g says:

    popcorn

  31. I like veggies and dip!

  32. Popcorn, but my kids loved pirates booty…we haven’t had it for a while since it stopped being at our costco

  33. apples and veggie trays

  34. Carrie Zollman says:

    Chex Mix and popcorn!!

  35. healthy snack…hmmmmm…. hummus and pretzel chips!

  36. Apples and oranges or if in a hurry granola bars

  37. guacamole and chips (healthy chips)

  38. Samantha Baker says:

    Apples!

  39. erica delay says:

    cheese and crackers.

  40. Carrots and ranch

  41. fruit

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