Planning a Super Bowl Party
We know it’s only January, but Super Bowl LII will be here (February 4th) before we know it! We are sharing Super Bowl party planning tips and recipes early enough that you can try the recipes and have plenty of time to order party decoration online. Start thinking about whether you want to host a party at your apartment at The Groves at Milford, or just take a snack to another party in Milford, MA. Whatever you decide, we’ve got you covered.
Planning a Super Bowl Party takes some time and energy, but this Super Bowl Party Checklist takes the stress away because you will know what you need, and once you have it, you can check it off the list. We’ve got some recipes for snacks to help you with that part of the party planning, too!
Super Snacking Options for Your Party
What does a bundt pan have to do with this? It forms the bread crust, that’s what! You will need refrigerated French bread dough, olive oil, an onion, bell peppers, sirloin steak, provolone, and salt and pepper to pull off this hearty snack.
Pizza is a favorite for many events, take it a step further with these Pizza Tornados, aka Pizza on a Stick. Classic pizza toppings on a skewer are the perfect snack for your super bowl party. Be sure to stock up on cherry tomatoes, peppers, mushrooms, and pepperoni!
With just a few ingredients you can turn basic potatoes into an irresistible treat. These fully loaded potato skins are easy to make and delicious to eat. Start with russet potatoes; add olive oil, salt, bacon, cheddar cheese, sour cream and green onions — eat!
No Guilt Super Bowl Snacks
Cucumbers, pesto, cheese, spinach, and other vegetables combine to make a healthy, tasty roll up that is as fun to make as it is to eat. An added bonus is that they can be made a day ahead of time. Just be sure to store in an airtight container until you’re ready to serve them.
This delectable dish blends a multitude of flavors into a mouth-water whole. Season shrimp with parsley, garlic, basil, lemon juice, and salt and pepper, grill — then dip the grilled shrimp into a tangy tomato-based dipping sauce.
Pizza muffins, anyone? These pizza bites are both good for you and fun to eat. Mix grated cauliflower, eggs, oil, and seasonings together for the crust, then add your favorite meat and vegetable fillings. Bake in a muffin tin, then serve hot from the oven with your favorite marinara sauce for dipping.
For more snack options, check out these Healthy Super Bowl Appetizer Recipes from Eating Well. Whatever you decide to serve, or even if you don’t host a gathering, we hope you enjoy Super Bowl LII. Thanks for reading today’s post!