Easy Super Bowl Party Food Ideas

February 5, 2011 · 4 comments

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So, I (unabashedly) admit that I’m one of the 15% of Super Bowl viewers who watch it exclusively for the commercials. Though I know which teams are playing, I’m a little fuzzy on where they’re from.  Lol.  Ignorance is bliss, no?

During a Super Bowl Party, while some are glued to the game, I’m usually found socializing or stuffing my face like there’s no tomorrow (hey, life is short).   Don’t worry, I do come up for air during commercials though.

Speaking of food, it’s not a Super Bowl party without food.  Oh, food, glorious food!  But, Super Bowl parties should be fun, for both the guests and the host.  So, don’t slave away in the kitchen to make your guests happy.  Here are a list of easy party food ideas for your Super Bowl Party:

Super Bowl Finger Food Ideas

1.  Pigs in a Blanket Recipethis is probably the easiest, cheapest, and fastest thing to make.  Yum.

Pigs in a Blanket

 

  1. 2.  Seven Layer Dip RecipeOh. em. gee.  Whoever invented the 7 layer dip should win a Nobel Food Prize (if Nobel Prizes were awarded for food).

 

 

Seven Lay Dip

3.  Chicken Buffalo Dip Recipe – makes these because your guest will love you for it.  They are always a hit when I make them.

Chicken Buffalo Dip

4.  BBQ Chicken Wings Recipea staple food for a super bowl party.

BBQ Chicken Wings

5.  Spinach Dip RecipeI love dips, especially this easy one.  Perfect with tortilla chips, bread, or crackers.
Spinach Dip Recipe
6.  Hamburger Sliders Recipe - you can make it pretty basic or dress it up and make the sliders fancier.
Hamburger Sliders
7.  BBQ Deviled Eggs Recipe - if I wasn’t worried about high cholesterol, I’d eat a plate of these.

BBQ Deviled Eggs

8.  Easy Chilli Recipe- perfect for this frigid weather.

Chili

9.  Bacon Wrapped Smokies Recipe-  Bacon.   Need I say more?
Bacon Wrapped Smokies
10.   Cheesy Beefy Nachos Recipe

Cheesy Beefy Nachos

 

Super Bowl Dessert - no meal is complete without something sweet :)

1.  Peanut Butter Cup Cookies Recipethese are really fun to make, and a sneaky way to enlist the help of your kids, nieces or nephews.

Peanut Butter Cup Cookie

2.  Cheesecake Cupcakes Recipe – portable and individually-portioned.

Cheesecake Cupcake with Cherry Filling Topping

3.  Glazed Mint Brownies Recipe- these are delicious and taste like Andes Mints!

Glazed Mint Brownies

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Joel Siegfried February 5, 2011 at 6:05 pm

Beautiful photos and great recipes, all very appealing, but ironically I just completed an Eating Healthy two week course given by an RN and registered dietitian, and my new mantra is “How many grams of fat?” I don’t count calories any more, just grams of fat. The magic number for me is 25 to 35 grams of fat a day. I’m guessing that any one of these delicious dishes will immediately put me over the limit for the whole day. Of course, there’s always dieting tomorrow. How do you keep your weight in check?

Good luck with your new site.

Cheers,
Joel

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Lys ~ Cooking In Stilettos February 6, 2011 at 9:23 pm

Some really good Superbowl recipe ideas. I am part of the 15% that watches it for the commercials as well. However, with YouTube’s invention – I tend to watch those the day after and enjoy the evening cleaning off the dvr :) Something about some Blue Bloods or NCIS/NCIS:LA can always keep a gal’s mind occupied :)

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