Looking for some tempting, mouth-watering and scrumptious finger foods for your Super Bowl party or get together?
If so, do I have some recipes for you.
I also think I know what you want.
And you don’t want to be chained to the kitchen all day. You want to mingle with friends and watch the game too. So you want quick and easy. However, you also want something that looks scrumptious and pretty, and looks like you slaved all day as well.
Look no further.
I have rounded up the best of the best easy party foods so that you have time to watch the game, socialize, and still be named the best hostess ever.
I start with chicken wings.
Next up Chili.
Chili is a great dish for the Super Bowl. Double or triple this recipe to feed a crowd.
No Super Bowl Party can do without some good finger foods.
Very Cheesy Mini Potato Nests NOTE: Looks difficult. VERY easy.)
Mini-Reuben’s (NOTE: Under the olives recipe.)
There you have it; the best of the best.
I hope your team wins!
Featured Recipe Raspberry Covered Chocolate
This is the touchdown of all touchdowns dessert for your Super Bowl table!
Fruit and chocolate. Who says you can’t have your cake and eat it too?
I can’t really call this dessert a recipe or even cooking. It is just so easy to make. And it is spectacular to look at and so decadent to eat. I love raspberries with chocolate in any way, shape, or form.
I don’t even have to give direction for this recipe. All you have to do is look at the picture.
NOTE: There is absolutely positively no truth to the rumor going around Twitter that I ate all of these raspberries all by my lonesome in one sitting. I categorically deny this unsubstantiated rumor!!! It took me two sittings.
And it was healthy cause I counted them as two serving of fruits and vegetables for the day.
This is what you will need:
Chocolate Morsels (white or regular chocolate; what ever floats your boat) and fresh raspberries.
Here is what you do:
Just stuff the little devils.
Cost $0.15 each raspberry
Quote of the Day
As a player, it says everything about you if you made the Hall of Fame. But, then again, boy…there’s something about winning a Super Bowl.
Where did the raspberry recipe come from? I do not know the original person or website that first shared or created this recipe. I saw a picture of it on Bing Pictures or images while looking for a public domain raspberry image. From there I did an internet search. There are dozens of websites and cooking blogs that use this recipe. I do not know who to credit.