As the Baltimore Ravens prepare to do battle with the San Francisco 49ers, many in DFW are preparing to do battle in their own kitchen stadiums. What will be the go-to snacks for Super Bowl Sunday?
If you're a busy person who's looking for super easy recipes, check out the Top 10 Super Bowl Snacks for Busy Cooks. These super-easy recipes include things like Bacon-Wrapped Sausages, Crockpot Meatballs and New Buffalo Chicken Wings. Mmm.
Now here are some recipes from my favorite category: Southern Food. Oh yeah, you've gotta love hearty foods like Deviled Eggs, Pigs-in-a-Blanket, Sausage Balls, Bourbon Chicken Wings and more. Check out the Super Bowl Recipes from Diana Rattray, the Guide to Southern Food.
Don't Forget the Littles
And let's not forget the youngest football fans. (They're probably watching Disney while you're gambling, guzzling and watching the commercials). The littles will love feasting upon 7 Layer Dip, Chocolate Football Rice Krispie Treats and Fruit Salad with Vanilla Pudding. Oh yeah. Check out Stephanie Gallagher's Guide to Cooking for Kids: Super Bowl Style!
To me, it's not a Super Bowl party in DFW without sandwiches, pizza and plenty of dips. Here's the Ultimate Super Bowl Party Planner featuring American Food. Comfort food is always a winner.
Here are some of the best Gluten-Free Half-Time Party Recipes.
But I'm Thirsty!
Would you believe there are even some colorful Super Bowl XLVII Cocktail Recipes? That's right. Chances are likely that I would imbibe in the Baltimore Ravens Cocktail Menu featuring the Baltimore Bang. Don't tell anyone but I've actually had a Purple Hooter Shot. Ok, more than one if you ask Darcy Lewis...she made me do it/them. (Wendell, Window, Whatever)!
The SF 49ers Cocktail Menu includes classics like the Cable Car -- but I'd probably prefer to shake it up with the Earthquake Shooter. I think it's guaranteed to rock your world. Or give you a headache. One or the other for sure.
AFC. NFC. You'll win either way if you go with a Harbaugh Bloody Sunday cocktail.