Super Bowl Snacks

Super Bowl Sunday is next weekend so it is time that you decide what snacks you are serving at your own Super Bowl party. Don’t know yet? Well let Tasty Planner decide for you with this mouth watering Super Bowl menu.

Appetizers

Pigskin Pop Em’s: These classic appetizers are great and with their cheddar cheese “stitches” make Super Bowl Sunday a little more fun. Serve them with extra mustard or spicy ketchup.

Easy Spinach Dip: Everyone I know loves spinach dip and this recipe is so easy to throw together you will want to make it for every party. Just don’t forget tortilla chips or crusty bread for dipping!

Guacamole: Not a spinach fan? Then try this guacamole. Just remember to buy your avocados a few days before the game to allow them to ripen.

Oven Baked Onion Rings: Everyone loves onion rings, so try baking up a batch if you don’t have a deep fryer. They are tasty and much better for you that the greasy restaurant kind. Try dipping them in a spicy sauce made Miracle Whip, sour cream, chili sauce, cayenne pepper and horseradish for an added kick.

Fresh Garden Salsa: Salsa is a football watching classic. Try adding various peppers, hot sauce, or spices to adjust for your tastes and don’t forget the tortilla chips!

Meat

Gameday Chili: Invite a large crowd? Fill them up with this Gameday Chili. Thick and meaty and simple to make, it will keep everyone warm and full as they cheer for their favorite teams.

Lil’ Smokies: These smokies are so easy to prepare because you just throw the ingredient in the crock pot and let them warm up. Simple, easy, and super convenient, you can enjoy the game while these babies cook themselves.

Healthier Hot Wings: No Super Bowl party would be complete without wings. Weather you pick up a batch from a local bar or make your own at home they are a must have. This simple recipe also helps you to not over indulge with this gameday staple.

Homemade Chicken Nuggets: These are simple to put together and make great stomach filling finger food. Serve them with a variety of dips like honey mustard, bbq, or plain ketchup to satisfy everyone’s tastes.

Sweets

Swag Bars: These no-bake bars come together quickly with common pantry ingredients. So make a bunch for Sunday to ward of that sweet tooth.

Peanut Butter Cup Brownies: These are the best brownies ever. They are fudgy and gooey and chocolaty and delicious. Then, you add the peanut butter cups which just makes them even better.

Guinness Chocolate Ice Cream: The Guinness gives a frothy texture to this ice cream, and the milk chocolate is smooth, sweet, but not so strong that you miss the slightly yeasty taste. A great choice to end any beer guzzling football fest.

Also, don’t forget about chips, nachos, soft pretzels and other goodies. Oh yea, and stock up on beer now, to avoid Saturday sell-outs and Sunday beer runs. Happy Cooking!


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