There are just two days left until the most watched annual sporting event in the world airs on NBC… Super Bowl XLIX. That being said, many of you may be interested in hosting a Super Bowl party with your friends or family, so I thought I would share some of my favorite game day recipes that your guests won’t be able to resist. Now, I am all about healthy eating, but sometimes I just like to let loose, watch football and enjoy some good food. If you are looking to host a Super Bowl party this year, be sure to check out these delicious yet budget friendly appetizers:
1. Ham and Cheese Sliders
I know what you are thinking…ham and cheese sliders…. does that really require a recipe? The answer is YES it does. These have so much flavor and everyone at your party will absolutely love them. If you are interested, click here for the recipe!
2. Bacon Wrapped Smokies in Maple Glaze
Of all the football food I have made, this is by far one of my favorites. Warning: They are super addicting! They aren’t necessarily the most healthy food of choice, but they sure are delicious and super easy to make! Plus, who doesn’t love bacon!? For the recipe, click here!
3. Skinny Taco Dip
In case you are looking for something a little lighter, check out this skinny taco dip! It’s delicious, popular and it only takes about 5 minutes to make! Just don’t forget the Tostitos! Click here for the recipe!
4. Buffalo Chicken Dip
You can’t go wrong with buffalo chicken dip and a bag of Tostitos! Delicious, crowd-pleasing and very easy to make! Click here for the recipe!
Veggie platters are always a great choice for a party. Crisp, seasonal veggies can add color and flavor to a table, and heath conscious guests will appreciate the tasty, guilt-free offering. Add some dips to the mix and you are all set to go!
If you are looking to host a low cost party, why not turn it into a potluck? Have your guests bring an appetizer and beverage of their choice? This will help save you time and money! Plus everyone will be pleased no matter who wins the game!
Who will you be rooting for this Sunday? Seattle Seahawks or the New England Patriots?
Until Next Time,