A Squared: 10 Recipes to Make for Super Bowl Sunday!

Friday, January 29, 2016

10 Recipes to Make for Super Bowl Sunday!

Super Bowl Sunday is quickly approaching and although I don't have a team to root for this year, I will definitely be tuning in-- for Coldplay, Beyonce, the commercials, and of course, for the food! Food is hands down my favorite part of Super Bowl Sunday and really, for any sporting event. We'll probably enjoy a little low key game watching at home this year, since hanging out at a sports bar is pretty low on this pregnant lady's list of things I'd like to do these days. But if you're entertaining-- whether for a large group or just a few friends-- here are a few of my favorite recipes perfect for game day eating:



1. Cheesy Chipotle Chicken Dip - Spicy, cheesy, creamy... it's everything you want in a big game dip! Just add tortilla chips for dipping.


2. Pepperoni Pizza with Whipped Ricotta - Pizza is classic game watching food. And this pepperoni pizza is a classic, elevated with creamy whipped ricotta.


3. French Onion Cheeseburgers - These burgers sound fancy, but they're really just super flavorful-- and actually, very easy to make!


4. Spicy Two Bean Bison Chili - It doesn't get easier than the slow cooker on Super Bowl Sunday! This chili is so hearty that you don't need to serve much else with it-- besides the fixings!



5. Baked Chinese Five Spice Fries with Sriracha Ketchup - I made these fries with gorgeous purple potatoes, but any kind will work. And don't forget the spicy sriracha ketchup for dipping!


6. Cheesy Pizza Pull Apart Bread - This is one of my favorite party foods because it's just so fun and a combination of everything delicious: pizza, bread bowls, cheesy dip... it's just so good.


7. Jerk Pulled Pork Tacos with Mango Salsa - This is another great slow cooker recipe. The jerk pulled pork is super flavorful and the addition of the fresh sweet salsa just really completes these tacos.


8. Mom's Artichoke Dip - This is my go to dip... and I learned this recipe from my mom! It's only a few ingredients, but tastes super indulgent. Serve it with crackers, chips, or toasty bread.


9. Spicy PBLTs - These sandwiches are a spicy twist on a classic BLT. And because all of the ingredients can be prepped ahead of time, all you have to do is assemble them for your guests-- or let them do it themselves!


10. Cookie Butter Apple Crisp - And you can't eat all those football snacks without a little something sweet! Apple crisp is one of my favorite easy desserts for feeding a crowd-- and this version with cookie butter is extra decadent.
 

2 comments:

  1. mmmm i want ALL the snacks! i cant believe the super bowl will be on soon. xo jillian - cornflake dreams

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    1. Snacking is the best part of game watching!

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