While winning the Super Bowl cannot be guaranteed, you can control the food you serve. You can make a snack-adium resembling a football stadium with foil takeout cartons or what about making a football themed meat and cheese platter. Check out these Super Bowl Party Ideas to build your ultimate party spread, and score a touch down of your own.
With these yummy snacks and dips field, your Super Bowl party will be the talk of the neighborhood. Stadium consists of slanted "stands" filled with snacks that surround a field of cheese dip. Use foil cartons to make the stands.
Cracktastic snacking crackers
If you are worried about it being too hot with that much pepper flakes - reduce it to one tablespoon and it should be just enough heat. Very good and yes addicting snack. You could also use oyster crackers. They are bight size and easier to pop in your mouth.
Mini Corn Dogs
Mini Cheese Viennas
1 packet flapjack mix
1 pot oil for frying
125 ml (½ C) flour
12 wooden skewers
Warm pot of oil over moderate heat.
Add the flapjack batter per the package instructions.
Skewer each Mini Vienna and dip into the flour.
Dip each skewered Vienna into the batter until evenly coated.
Cook Viennas until puffed and golden.
Ham and Cheese Pretzel Bites
These scrumptious pretzel bites are ideal for aparty or game day food!
No-yeast frozen pizza dough
Football stadium cheese Platter
This is a really quick and simple snack to serve on game day. You'll need crackers, cheese and meet to recreate it. Begin by laying your cheese in an oval shape in the center of your platter. Then you can place pepperoni slices on top of this. Cut some cheese strings to place on top of this to make the lines. Finish by using crackers to make the edge of the platter.
Love this idea for a Superbowl party! The brownies look like a football and in the back the dips look like a stadium. Nacho cheese dip on the left guacamole with sour cream lines in the middle and salsa dip to the right.
This is easier than you would think to make. Cut about 4 inches from one end of the melon and set aside. Then carve a large U shape in the melon. Scoop melon out and scrape leftovers off. Then scoop melon out of the 4 inch piece and cut a small sliver of the bottom off for an even grounding. Carve 6 rectangles. Secure the helmet to the mouth guard with tooth pics. Put watermelon back in the helmet and paint your team's logo on both sides with acrylic paint.