This Sunday marks the 53rd Super Bowl. The New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams are playing. I am not a sports fan unless watching them live. If I was going to sit down to watch on Sunday, it would probably be for the halftime show. For me, the best part of watching the Super Bowl would be for the food. Check out these five mouth-watering recipes I found:
Tired of bringing the same things to parties? This gem was created, by Eden Dranger, by accident when she realized she had a surplus of root beer at a party. These take about 8 hours to cook in the slow cooker but I really appreciate that all ingredients could be found at the local grocery store. This would be a fun addition to any Super Bowl gathering.
This sweet and savory treat is simple and inexpensive to make. Bonus points for making them Rams coloured. They could also easily be made into popcorn balls as well. If you were rooting for the Patriots at the Super Bowl these could easily be made in their team colours as well.
Lobster can be an expensive treat but the best way to prep the roll is to keep it simple. This traditional dish is served cold with mayonnaise. This dish takes about 10 minutes to prep and would be easy to transport if bringing to someone else’s home.
These football spinach dip breadsticks are the perfect Super Bowl party food because you can serve them tear and share style – just let everyone pull off a piece or two, no plates or utensils required.
This can be made with a variety of flavors of tortellini. The recipe above is vegetarian. I really like that its a simple dish to make and the ingredients would be easy to find in the grocery store. Would make a great addition to any Super Bowl spread.
If you make any of these yourself let me know how they turn out.