The first family will likely spend Super Bowl Sunday at the White House, watching the big game over a plate of nachos and a side of guacamole, Michelle Obama said in an interview with celebrity chef Rachael Ray set to air Wednesday.
"We'll probably watch it at home. It'll probably be a quiet Super Bowl this year," Obama told Ray of the family's plans.
As for the favorite Obama snacks that would be part of a game-day spread, Obama said nachos are "always good," particularly if "it's fresh tomato sauce and you get it on sort of a good quality tortilla."
President Obama prefers avocados as his "favorite snack food," she added. "A chip dipped in some guac."
The first lady also discussed her family's commitment to physical fitness, which is the focus of her "Let's Move!" campaign to fight childhood obesity.
"We're a huge sports family," she said. "I work out as often as I can, usually every day and when we can, we exercise with the kids. I usually exercise after the girls go to school, but they play basketball, my older daughter plays tennis, we play with her. Barack helps to coach Sasha's basketball team, so we do make sports a part of our lifestyle and that's the other leg of 'Let's Move!'
"It's nutrition, but it's also movement," she added.
As for those cheesy-typically high-caloric nachos, Obama agreed with Ray that they can be made in a healthy way.