25 Super Bowl Recipes for Your Game Day Feast
What is your favorite part of Super Bowl? Is it the commercials? The food? Or the, dare I say, GAME?! I’m partial to the food and commercials myself. My team, the Seahawks, yet again didn’t make it to the big game so I’m just gonna sit back, pretend like I care and wear my super stretchy yoga pants and have a beer or
But if you’re scrambling for ideas for the big game is tomorrow and if you haven’t figured out who you’re rooting for or what you’re serving at your game day extravaganza I’ve got a list of 25 Super Bowl recipes for your game day feast that will make those indecisive decisions a little more decisive-able. Sure, it’s not a word but you get the point.
Go get your game-food-face on! And stretchy pants.
Appetizers and Snacks
Sweet and Spicy Baked Coconut Shrimp
Cantaloupe Bruschetta with Proscuitto and Balsamic Glaze
Roasted Red Pepper and Artichoke Tapenade
Burgers and Sliders and Things Between Bread
Buffalo Chicken Sliders on Pretzel Rolls
Steakhouse Marinated Portobello Burger
Manly Mac and Cheese
Spinach Artichoke Mac and Cheese
Carnitas Pizza and Mango Margaritas
Bacon Onion Pizza with Pesto Cream Sauce
Game Day Breakfasts
The Sweet Stuff
Brown Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
Brown Butter White Chocolate Macadamia Cookies with Coconut
My favorite part of Superbowl is the food!
My favorite part is the food..and the Puppy Bowl! Also, I want to eat pretty much everything on this list!
Do you hear that? It’s the doorbell, I’m coming over 🙂
I am right behind Claire!! 🙂 Love this delicious roundup!
Super Bowl=an excuse to eat a ton of junk food over several hours.
We made these today but I’m going to pin those perogies for later! http://www.cookingclassy.com/2012/11/salted-caramel-stuffed-chocolate-crinkle-cookies/
Oooh yummy, everything sounds so good! I’ve gotta try your Pineapple and Black Bean Salsa!
How fabulous is this list?! Yum!
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