Winning Super Bowl Recipes

Winning Super Bowl Recipes

Seven fan-friendly snacks for the big game

 
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For us, the Super Bowl is an excuse to snack excessively. This year, we scoured Pinterest for ideas (as good party hosts do) and discovered some enviable creations: stadiums made of meat and deviled eggs crafted like footballs, among other things. Sadly, we don’t have the patience for such artistry. So we cheated (sorry) and rounded up seven easy stand-ins. Food coma FTW.
 

Fromage Fort

We love a red velvet cake situation. If cheese is involved? Even better. Smitten Kitchen’s simple fromage fort — essentially a kitchen sink recipe — is a pleasing substitute. It may not be red, but you won’t care after you taste it.

Get the recipe.

Rosemary Sea Salt Crackers and Nutty Guacamole

In lieu of a seven-layer dip, steer a wee bit healthier with Healthy Green Kitchen’s protein-packed guacamole smeared on Sunday Suppers’s rosemary black sea salt crackers. (And make room on your bookshelf for HGK’s new book.)

Get the dip recipe; buy One Simple Change, $12. Get the crackers recipe; buy the black sea salt.

Potato Skins

If only you had the hand-eye coordination to make tiny potato footballs (let alone throw a football). We’re partial to Lottie + Doof’s potato skins — and not just because they require zero athleticism.

Get the recipe.

The Best Brownies

You’ve got every ingredient for a fondant fest — save for patience. Guests forget about looks when you serve A Sweet Spoonful’s brownies (adapted from Thomas Keller’s Ad Hoc at Home). Grab a copy of Megan Gordon’s new book for whole grain takes on breakfast.

Get the recipe; buy Whole-Grain

Curried Egg Salad

101 Cookbooks never steers us wrong. Case in point: a creamy, still-good-for-you take on egg salad. Smear it on crackers or toast for a touchdown.

Get the recipe.

Pickled Melon Spring Rolls

Nutrition coach Ashley Neese’s snacks may be a bit more labor intensive than we’re used to. But the result — crunchy, portable, veggie packed — could cause dancing in the end zone.

Get the recipe.

Source: http://www.dailycandy.com/everywhere/flipbook/165680/Super-Bowl-Recipes?et_cid=72613&et_rid=996457#slide=7

 
 
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