Super Bowl Sunday is just around the corner! Even if your team isn’t playing or you’re one of the many who just watch for the commercials, it’s still an opportune time to do a little partying. If you’re staying home, you can anticipate the evening by planning some fun dishes to eat before, during and after the game. We’ve rounded-up posts from One2One members that are all things Super Bowl. It’s mostly food, no surprises there, but you’ll find a couple of non-food related posts as well!
Very popular on many Super Bowl gathering menus are all things “buffalo” which is generally synonymous with spicy. If you’re looking to heat things up on Sunday we suggest the Buffalo Chicken Sandwich from Susie of Susie QT Pies Scraps of Life or the Buffalo Shrimp Bread Bowl Dip from of Lisa Snappy Gourmet.
You’ll always find a variety of dips at a Super Bowl party but nothing is better for the hostess than a Super Easy Dip and that’s just what Robyn has to share! And dips don’t have to undo your New Year’s healthy living resolutions! Mel at Outnumbered 3 to 1 has healthy and yummy Super Bowl worthy dips!
Avocados are in season which means they are well priced at the grocery stores right now. Guacamole is definitely a crowdpleaser but there is so much more you can do with them as Kelly from Faithful Provisions shows us!
Jenna’s party is heavy hors d’oeuvres and will have everything from Buffalo Chicken Dip to Fruit Pizza. Check out what everyone is bringing at Eat. Drink. Pretty.
If you’re going the actual meal route rather than just appetizers, Emily from West of the Loop has a delicious Corn & Black Bean Chili for you to try!
I happened upon this Crockpot Molten Lava Cake from Merissa at Little House on the Prairie Living as I was searching for Super Bowl blog posts. Merissa wasn’t writing about the Super Bowl at all but her post showed up in my Google Reader. In any case, it’s a great way to have a hot dessert available for your party guests or to have ready at halftime for some splurging!
Not everything Super Bowl related is about the food. Casey lives in Indianapolis and even though the Colts are not playing in the big game this year, she still has a lot of pride for her city, the hosts of Super Bowl XLVI.
For many Super Bowl viewers, the unveiling of new, innovative, and humorous commercials is a big draw. Those of us from the “Ferris Bueller” era, like Maria at Bored Mommy, were excited to see Matthew Broderick in new commercial from Honda that hearkens back to the movie that propelled him into stardom.
What are your Super Bowl plans?