The worst part of the Super Bowl game is that football season is over. Love football! And combine football with my other favorite – fun food – and we have a match made from heaven.
But, I do not like to be stuck in the kitchen fixing food and snacks while the big game is going. Been there, done that! So here are some snacks that I will be making, ahead of time, for the big game.
Nacho Cheese Sauce in Lil’ Crock
This is so easy. No recipe required.
Use the little crock pot. The one that comes with the big crock pot. Cut 4 ounces Velveeta into cubes and put in the crock. Add 3/4 cup salsa. Turn on heat. Use for dipping tortilla chips throughout the game.
Put guacamole and sour cream to the side for additional dipping.
Baked Potato Bar
Again, no recipe required. Bake potatoes for however many you plan to feed.
Toppings (only the desired ones):
Nacho cheese, above
Chili, canned or other
Corn, peas or green beans
Bacon or bacon bits
Green Onions or chives
Set potatoes in a big bowl on the counter and let each one fix their potato to their liking.
*Picture by lepetitebain.com
French Dip Sandwiches
Again, no recipe. And so easy. I’m seriously feeling lazy, but I really do enjoy the game.
Sliced roast beef (from grocery store deli)
Provolone cheese (from grocery store deli)
Rolls or bread (from grocery store deli) Purchase the bread that you prefer. Hard rolls, French Bread (cut into portions when serving), Onion Rolls, or Ciabatta Rolls
Campbell’s Beef Broth
Let everyone assemble their own sandwich. Have individual cups for the broth and for dipping the sandwiches into.
Butterscotch Bubble Loaf
Click here using the recipe from Rhodes Rolls website. This is a fun, easy dessert that is so good. Baked in a bundt pan.
Have a great day watching football and eating!