game day recipes

by Kristina Sloggett

in appetizers,Dessert,Dinner,Gluten Free,Happy Hour at Home,recipes,snacks,Vegan

Are you having or going to a get together for the Superbowl tomorrow? Do you know who is playing?

I have a few teams I like to cheer on, and when they’re out, it’s all about the commercials and more importantly, the food and the entertaining. I might pick a team before the game starts, I may not.

What Superbowl Sunday really is to me?

Practice for my Oscar party.

pepperoni chili

pepperoni chili

and to dip in the chili:

 

cheesy tomato stuffed waffles

 

spicy buffalo hummus

tangy spicy buffalo hummus

 

buffalo flatbreads

spicy buffalo flatbreads

 

jalapeno popper sandwich

 

Mardi Gras jambalaya 

 

Reuben rolls with homemade thousand island

 

chipotle grilled cheese sliders

 

raw tacos with chipotle cream

 

for dipping everything:

celery ranch dressing

celery ranch dressing 

 

chick-quin sandwich

chick-quin sandwiches

 

peanut butter crunch smoothie

 

chocolate bourbon caramel truffles

 

salted marcona & chocolate rice crispies

 

need even more?

FOODball – great game day eats from friends

 

are you watching tomorrow? who are you rooting for, Jim or John Harbaugh?

 

{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Heather (Where's the Beach) February 2, 2013 at 9:06 am

Ok, just got in from a long run so I’m kind of drooling right now. I want 1 of everything please. I doubt I’ll be watching the game tomorrow. Not really into football and it’s a school night so no parties for this gal ;-)

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2 Meghan@CleanEatsFastFeets February 2, 2013 at 4:24 pm

I picked up the ingredients for your celery ranch dressing today in honor of tomorrow’s Super Bowl party. I tried to get grape tomatoes for your little cheese tomato bites, but they were all out. Oh well, it’s probably a sign I’m trying to make too much food anyway. Can’t wait to try your dip though…stocked up on my plenty of fresh veggies to go with it, including some beautiful and super skinny green onions. I think they’ll be a perfect pairing.

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3 Sarah @ The Smart Kitchen February 4, 2013 at 11:52 am

There was a game? Really? :)

I watched House of Cards on Netflix. Oops. I also didn’t have any game day food, unless veggies, quinoa, hummus, and salsa, followed by frozen yogurt in the carton counts as game day food.

I want to lick the screen now though to make up for it.

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4 Kristina Sloggett February 5, 2013 at 8:40 am

we ate hummus and falafel and more hummus… and just a couple of these things ;)

I’m only in it for the commercials and the hostess role :D

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