Are you ready for Super Bowl?
The Super Bowl is nearly here! Have you done much of anything to prepare a menu? Food is every bit as important to the Super Bowl experience as the commercials and the halftime show, so I've got you covered with some simple, straightforward dishes that will please you and your guests.
My "Slider Bar Ideas" are one of my favorites! A Slider Bar just screams fun!! Slider's can be mini hamburgers, pulled pork, portabello mushroom or mini chicken. A "Baked Potato Bar" is a easy fun idea, everyone loves baked potatoes.
I will be serving these Mini Taco bites at my football party! Almost everyone likes taco's and these are so easy, the shell is made with wonton wrappers found at your grocery, put into a mini muffin pan and baked! No extra calories here! Use ground beef, turkey or chicken. I highly suggest these little bites of yumminess!
Our party goers really enjoyed these little treats that taste a lot like a rolled up pizza. With crispy pepperoni and you can add mozzarella, cheddar and/or Parmesan cheeses, what's not to love? Easy and very little time involved Pepperoni Pinwheels are a little bite of YUM YUM YUMINESS!!
How about a Old Fashioned Beef Stew for a cold day watching football? this has all the flavor and this is made in the slow cooker!
Pork and Black Eyed Pea Chili is one of my favorites! Pair either chili with-
A perfect complement to any soup, stew or chili....these Cheddar Bay Biscuits are over the top delicious!
These are for serious cookie connoisseurs! This Extreme Chocolate Chip Cookie recipe is from Saveur magazine. They're absolutely over the top delicious!! And they were one of Saveur's top 150 recipes. I can't say it enough...these are the best! The technique is really what makes them over and above the BEST!