"Dip it with some veggies and you're going to have way less to worry about the next day," said Ayoob. "If they balk at vegetables, say 'man-up and eat some peppers!'"
In order to work off about one cup, or ten dips, of seven-layer dip, you'd have to do about 65 minutes of water aerobics or, in other words, about nine minutes per layer.
A quick way to make that macaroni and cheese even tastier is to freeze it. Yes, freeze it, then cut it up and throw it in the deep fryer for a minute.
Bill Roberts, a deep-fried macaroni and cheese aficionado, said he started making the concoction because as a Southerner, he thinks everything is better fried.
"My family deep fries turkeys at Thanksgiving. We deep fry bacon before we deep fry the turkey to season the oil (because bacon should clearly be its own food group). Basically, if it'll hold a breading or a batter, it's going in the oil," Roberts told the Super Bowl food panel at ABC News.
Click here for his recipe.
Regular macaroni and cheese costs you about 405 calories per cup. Who knows what happens when it's deep fried.
"My theory is you can deep fry rocks and people would eat it," said Ayoob. "Deep-fried macaroni and cheese? Oh my."
As if macaroni and cheese wasn't tasty enough, someone had to go and deep fry it. About a cup of this deep-fried goodness will cost you about 50 minutes on the basketball court.
If baby back ribs are your thing, try to stick to just four of them. Chew on each and every rib slowly and chew to the bone. By the time you get to four, you've racked up 496 calories.
It will take you about an hour and 40 minutes of leisurely biking to ride these ribs off. Better yet, head to a spinning class for some intense biking and cut the time in half.
Fried Chicken is an easy bet to bring to a Super Bowl party -- especially since you can order it in a bucket. But that chicken's a costly treat. Grab two large drumsticks and you've put on 508 calories.
Pork chili is not too bad on packing in the calories. Two cups will cost you 467 calories and about 55 minutes on the stationary rowing machine.
Not everyone can down deviled eggs, but if you pop them in your mouth like candy, this is probably the most harmless Super Bowl food of the bunch.
Despite the name, deviled eggs may actually be the angel on the Super Bowl buffet table.
"The best thing on this list is probably the deviled eggs," said Ayoob. Although high in calories, Ayoob said they're full of protein goodness.
"The mayonnaise gives it some extra fat, so use some light mayo and plain yogurt and throw some mustard in there for flavor and you've got a decent snack," he said. "We're talking real food there."
Eat three and you'll have to walk for about 35 minutes at a 3.5 mph pace in order for the 169 calories to stay off your waistline.