Game day is upon us this weekend! Yay!!! I look forward to the game, half-time show, commercials and the food. Did you know that last the Super Bowl was watched by 91.63 million people? A lot of eyes on every moment captured. For many American households it is a tradition to get together watch and then discuss. Super bowl recipes are in high demand just like the commercials and half-time show. Link to the official site for more information: https://www.nfl.com/super-bowl/
One thing that is for sure, I like to prepare everything in advance. You have to strategical plan bathroom breaks so you don’t miss any of the action. How do you usually plan your event?
For my planners, here are some Super Bowl recipes that are fantastic for parties.
Favorite Recipes for Game Day
Why not add some fusion dishes? Here is a recipe to me Tex Mex Samosas and a hit every time!
Instead of onion rings try some spicy TIkka Masala Onion Fritters because they have the right amount kick! Link here
Finger food that is easy to pass around because Vegetarian Pulled “Pork” Sliders made with jackfruit comes as cute sliders. Click here for the link.
One of my first blog posts was for Spiral Vegetable Pie, because it is so pretty with an easy presentation. Instructions for assembly and ingredients here.
Can NEVER go wrong with Cleveland Taco Dip. It is my father’s recipe and is passed down to me. My friends always ask me to make it. Link to recipe here
Chips are the cornerstone of parties and games and pair well with Fresh Salsa (depending on where you live in the US you also call it Pico de Gallo). Link to recipe here
No bake Kaju Date Chocolate Cups you can put this together the night before and allows you to prep in advance. Link to my recipe here
One of my favorite desserts that is such a pretty color too are my Key Lime Pie bars. Easy to make individual squares.
Hope you have a great Super Bowl viewing! Post a comment if you try any of my recipes.