Super Bowl Party Ideas
Our Unofficial National Holiday!
Super Bowl Party Menus and Ideas
Chances are you are a football fan and plan to host a Super Bowl party. This year let your culinary adventurousness go beyond chips and dips. Set-up a spectacular buffet and wow your guests with a variety of point-scoring treats.
You MUST plan ahead, otherwise you will be in the kitchen at half-time and will have missed all the action
- Save money by making your own foot long sandwiches. Buy large Italian or French bread loafs or large bread rounds from your grocers or bakery
- Load them up with your favorite spreads, meats, cheeses and toppings Prepare the sandwiches the night before and wrap tightly in plastic wrap
- Tortilla wraps can also be made ahead and wrapped in plastic
- Don't be afraid to lighten up the menu and put fruits and raw vegetables into the lineup.
- Bake chicken wings and potatoes wedges instead of frying
- Use low-fat sour cream or Greek yogurt for dips
Super Bowl Sunday is the perfect time for a potluck. Guests will be happy to bring their favorites finger foods, dips and spreads, chicken wings, burgers, sandwiches and chili.
Your favorite team may not be in this years competition but you can still be a winner if you plan your Super Bowl party food around the food favorites of the teams in the game.
Super Bowl Party Menu Ideas
Choose one or two recipes from each "quarter" to create your unique football party menu
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Just For Fun...
Super Bowl Sunday is the second-largest food consumption day after Thanksgiving. Super Bowl party food may be secondary only to the big-screen TV! WOW!
2 out of 5 Super Bowl watchers never watch another game all year.They just love being part of the fun! It must be family and friends, the commercials and THE FOOD!
The first Super Bowl was after the 1966 season. The name came from a popular toy called the Super Ball.
At the end of the 2019-20 season, there are four teams that have never been to the Super Bowl. Good luck Texans! To the rest of you guys...better luck next year
Texans, Browns, Lions, Jaguars