Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Super Bowl Menu


It's here.  The Super Bowl.  I'm not going to lie...I'm really into the Super Bowl.  I love football, I love food and I love funny commercials.  This is totally one of my very favorite nights.  

For games such as these, I suggest making food that can be nibbled on all night.  You don't want to be cooking during the game and you certainly don't want your food to be cold and yucky by the 3rd quarter.  These recipes can be kept room temp or in a small slow cooker during the entire game.  Happy cheering!

Spicy Corn Dip is just a must.  You can add as much jalapeno to this dip as you like...make it more mild or extra spicy.  


I share my Spicy Spinach Dip recipe with you guys all the time...but that's because it is THAT good and you guys comment on it THAT much.  Make it for the Super Bowl this year!


My S'mores Dip  is the perfect little sweet dip.  I like a little savory and a little sweet with my Super Bowl game.


Meatball Sliders are men food.  Not only are these babies simple, they are really good piping hot or at room temp too.  The biggest football game of the year deserves a little man food!


French Onion Paninis are so simple and so delish!  Chips, dips, sandwiches, done.


Salted Caramel Whoopie Pies are great because they can be made in advance and are the perfect individual dessert.  Plus, they are flippin' fabulous!


Chocolate Peanut Butter Whoopie Pies always remind me of the men in my life.  My dad, my brother and my husband love all things peanut butter and chocolate.  These bars are also made in advance, so on game day, you cut set them out and nibble on them all night (or until the end of the first quarter when the entire tray is gone...because they're that good!).


Since my beloved Dallas Cowboys suck are not in the Super Bowl ever this year, I will be cheering on...Peyton, of course!  I love the Manning family.  Even though I really don't care (because my team isn't playing), I'm going to be cheering for the Broncos.

Happy Super Bowl!





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18 comments:

Sheaffer {Pinterest Told Me To} said...

The spicy spinach dip and spicy corn dip are two of my very favorite items from you!!!!! LOVE!

Lindsay said...

I just made the spicy spinach dip for the first time last Friday night for a girls night out (we brought apps and drinks to a pottery studio--so FUN!). The dip was AMAZING and I got so many compliments. I ate it as my dinner, seriously! And another favorite of mine are the spicy chicken baked tacos. I made them last night for the third time in a month. The whole family loves them!!

Paula said...

We are HUGE fans of our beloved Manning family as well! Peyton went to UT! We are from Knoxville and HUGE VOLS live, breathe, die fans!

The S' mores dip looks interesting. Mmm...Corn dip is already on our list!

Leigh Anne said...

The last dessert link says "Whoopie Pies", but I clicked (because they look delicious!) and the picture and recipe is Choc/PB Neiman Marcus bars.

I am definitely going to put some of these into my Sunday game day rotation... corn dip! YUM!

Andrea said...

We'll be heading to a Super Bowl party this year, and I think I'll bring your Spicy Corn Dip. We're supposed to bring wings, but I may have Buffalo Wild Wings whip those up for me. I don't think I trust myself to make tasty wings!

GO PEYTON! #VFL

Susieutk84 said...

Love that you're cheering on Peyton! I'm a Tennessee Alum, so Peyton is near and dear to our heart! Go Broncos!

priscilla said...

yes!! I am also HUGE Peyton and Manning family fan. I am a U.T. graduate and lived in Knoxville. Peyton and his wife give so much back to the university and the community. What a great person.

priscilla said...

Yes!! I am a HUGE Peyton and Manning family fan. I am a graduate of U.T. and lived in Knoxville. Peyton and his wife give so much back to the university and the community. He is a wonderful, generous person, on and off of the football field.

Kelly Wilson said...

I can't wait to make the spicy corn dip for the first time, it looks so yummy! We are huge Peyton fans (our daughter is named after him) from back in his UT days. So, needless to say, we are very excited to watch him play for a championship on Sunday!

Narci said...

I don't love the Super Bowl, but I love Super Bowl food! DEfinitely making the Spinach Dip and Corn Dip! Yum!!

Alison @ Get Your Pretty On said...

Yay! I was so hoping you'd do this. I'm so tired of all of the traditional Super Bowl menus of chili and wings. Can't wait to try out some fresh new recipes.

Heather Donaldson Herwig said...

I made the spicy corn dip--and one of your bundt cakes--for our Bachelor Wedding viewing party--both were delicious! Only used one jalapeƱo in the corn dip. Think I'll try 2 the next time.

Chelsea Phelps said...

I made your salted caramel whoopie pies, and my husband and I couldn't get enough! We absolutely loved them!

XOXO
Chelsea
http://www.anchorsaweighblog.com/

Dena said...

Well you just confirmed it! I knew I liked you!! Love that you are going for the Broncos!! We are leaving today from CO to go to NY to cheer on our Broncos!
Dena

Jana @ Happy Wife Healthy Life said...

This is my first time commenting, but I love both your food and family blog so much!

Everything looks delicious! Especially those whoopie pies, salted caramel anything always makes me happy!

We are a huge Broncos family in my house so we will be cheering on Peyton as well! :)

Anonymous said...

Ah! I just adore you mix n match mama! You make my party planning such a breeze :). Thanks for all these yummy ideas! Xo

Morgan Soper said...

I made the spicy corn dip and the ultimate sausage balls for a Super Bowl party tonight, and everyone LOVED the food! I got compliments left and right about how delicious it all was! Everything I've made from your blog is so yummy and I can't thank you enough for sharing your culinary genius with us :)

Courtney said...

We tried the meatball sliders and the s'mores dip yesterday for the superbowl and both were HUGE hits!!!

Awesome!

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