If you’re like me and your team is not playing in the Superbowl, you are mostly likely looking forward to the halftime show, the commercials and the FOOD! Here are 5 favorite Superbowl Sunday recipes that are worth watching football for.
Smitten Kitchen’s banana bread is my all-time favorite because 1. no mixer needed 2. everything goes into one bowl 3. alcohol. I also add dark chocolate chips to the recipe because in this house, banana bread does not exist without chocolate. And I am ok with that.
Savory Recipe: Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Meatballs by Damn Delicious
A lighter, healthier (and easier!) alternative to fried chicken wings.
Easy Recipe: Slow Cooker Chex Mix by Gimme Some Oven
All you need is 10 minutes to prep this classic chex mix recipe. Buy the ingredients, put them in the crockpot and let it cook for 3 hours.
“YOLO” recipe: Trio of Beer Cheese Dips by Cake N’ Knife
Yes, it’s Superbowl Sunday, so if you have the “You Only Live Once” mentality and want to make something unhealthy, this one’s for you. Beer, cheese and pretzels!
If you’re cheering for the Broncos or the Panthers, show your team pride through your appetizers!
What Superbowl appetizers will YOU be making??