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Super Bowl party food is the best!
Game time is the perfect time for those snacks you’ve been craving for months. No matter whom you’re rooting for, here are a few of our favorite Super Bowl food recipes:
Creamy Artichoke Dip
Slow Cooker Super Bowl Chili
Sliders with Chipotle Mayo
Mexican Layered Dip
Bacon Cheddar Popcorn
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Deviled eggs are a tasty cocktail party finger food that you cannot go wrong serving!
They look fancy, but take less than 15 minutes to make. Here’s my favorite, super-simple recipe:
½ cup safflower mayonnaise
2 tsp Dijon mustard
2 tbs chopped fresh parsley
Salt and freshly ground pepper to taste
Put eggs in a sauce pan, cover with water and add a splash of vinegar. Bring eggs to … Read more
Whether it’s game time or just party time, buffalo wings are a crowd pleaser. They are also pretty simple to make. Here’s a basic recipe that will make ‘em come back for seconds … and maybe thirds!
24 chicken wings
½ cup butter
1 tbsp Tabasco sauce
1 cup cayenne pepper sauce or Louisiana hot sauce
Cut the tips off the wings (throw them out or keep them to make a … Read more
It was inevitable that someone would combine potato chips and beer into one über-snack.
With all the exotic flavors of potato chips out there, it was only matter of time before the simple pleasure of beer and chips was combined into one product.
These babies are thick-cut kettle style chips with a serious coating of sugar and salt and to top it off, covered with a major dose of the world’s most perfect beverage beer.
MyOpenBar is a website that rounds up bar specials, happy hours and free-booze opportunities. There are versions of the site for many major cities including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Miami.
The tips include things like open bars at public parties, cheap happy hours and free or low-cost “drunk-friendly” snacks. You can get their newsletter by email to keep tabs on keeping your bar tab low. And if you find a free … Read more
This artichoke dip is so good! It’s by no means health food, but it fits right in with any Super Bowl Sunday snack menu. Serve it with tortilla chips, potato chips or a good loaf of crusty bread.
1 ½ cups chopped artichoke hearts (frozen and thawed or from a can, drained)
6 oz. cream cheese
¼ cup mayonnaise
¼ cup sour cream
1/3 cup grated Parmesan cheese
¼ tsp salt
¼ tsp pepper