It’s getting down to crunch time.
Super Bowl Sunday is just around the corner. Consider this the two minute drill of planning your Super Bowl party. You’ve got the booze figured out, the 60″ TV is ready to rock, and you even bought a few Omaha Steaks in homage of Peyton Manning.
Just one thing is missing, the all important appetizers! Without them, your party will be a dud. With them, your gathering will be remembered for years to come. After all, of all the Super Bowl Party recipes, the most fun to make are the appetizers!
Case in point, these Super Bowl party recipes that happen to be made into the shape of footballs!
This recipe is not only delicious, but it is simple, quick (10 minutes prep!) and easy! Plus there are only four ingredients! All you’ll need for these cool little snacks is right here:
- favorite crackers (Ritz has a football shaped cracker!)
- summer sausage, sliced thin (about 1/8″ thick)
- block of cheddar cheese, sliced very thin (about 1/8″ thick)
- ranch dressing
- 1 small, rinsed-out aluminum can (like from green chiles), or a small round cookie cutter
- 1 ziplock bag, or frosting bag
For the rest of the recipe, check out Gimme Some Oven!
They say you learn something new every day. Today’s lesson may be that you can make football-colored hard-boiled eggs by simply adding brown food coloring to the water. Not only will your guests think you are some sort of culinary artist, but the filling for these bad boys will make them begging for the recipe! Bacon and Eggs? Yes please!
Check out the recipe here from Sand and Sisal!
So, we covered in the last recipe, bacon is good. Well so is cheese. Both of these are items that should be included in as many Super Bowl recipes as possible. For these reasons, this recipe is something you must include in your big game menu. Again, this item is very simple only having a few ingredients. In addition, this yummy cheese dip is the perfect vehicle for eating homemade breads veggie sticks (for the carb-less guests) or any chip you may choose. Here’s all you need:
- 1 – 8oz box of Philadelphia Cream Cheese, softened
- 1/2 cup Kraft cheddar cheese crumbles
- 1 cup of thick sliced deli ham, cut in small chunks
- 1/8 cup of diced green onions
- 8 strips of bacon
For the complete recipe, check out Food Family & Finds!
So you have two options. You can order a few pizzas for Super Bowl Sunday and be at the mercy of the busiest pizza day of the year. Or, you can get creative and make a deconstructed pepperoni pizza into a dip and toss some bread sticks in the oven. Trust me, the later option is the one to go with. Unless you like being at the mercy of Papa John?
Check out the recipe at Julie’s Eats and Treats!