Snacks are always key, especially during a football game (bonus: if you couldn’t care less about football, at least you’ll have something delicious to munch on).
Maybe it’s just us, but we get this weird empty feeling whenever we’re watching a game and we don’t have a snack in our hands. Getting said snack, however, is often easier said than done. For those of us who don’t possess Martha Stewart-level cooking abilities, sometimes all we can be bothered to do is pour ourselves a sad little bowl of chips and call it a day.
Not this year! We’ve rounded up some foolproof recipes that even the most incompetent of us can handle. Consider your Super Bowl Sunday menu sorted (you can thank us after the game).
Every good Super Bowl party needs some wing action. These babies only take four steps, but their simplicity doesn’t make them any less delicious.
We learned long ago that the secret to A+ guac is simple: salt. While everything-but-the-kitchen-sink guacamole is always a treat (you know, the kind with tomatoes and cilantro and all that good stuff), but the simple stuff is just as awesome.
Finger foods are the perfect way to celebrate the Super Bowl and what goes better with a football came than mini meatball sandwiches? This super easy-to-make recipe requires a little bit of prep but when it comes to game time, give yourself 20 minutes to cook and you’re ready for the coin toss.
Instead of ordering a pizza this year for the party, put your own twist on the classic croissant and create the best of both worlds. Worried about the calorie count? We’ve got you covered?this recipe calls for Weight Watchers mozzarella string cheese.
These mini corn dog muffins are bringing the game to you in the comfort of your own home. Instead of slapping an Oscar Meyer on a stale, store-bought bun, spice up the way you eat hot dogs with making your own corn bread. It may sound daunting at first, but trust us, this will be one of the easiest snacks you make and your guests will be thanking you.
If you wanted a break from the grease and the bar-style food, try this easy feast. Asparagus wrapped in any sort of meat is beyond delicious, but this recipe calls for prosciutto. If prosciutto is too fancy for your Super Bowl taste, you can always switch it up with bacon because who doesn’t love bacon?
Instead of the usual Sm?rg?sbord of chocolatey sweets, get a little creative this Super Bowl. Who knew that Jello had multiple uses than just spooning it out of a bowl? It’s as easy as choosing your favourite flavour of Jello and a stock or two of grapes, and you’ve got yourself a “healthier” version of a Sour Patch Kid. They’ll never know what hit them.
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