This year the food served on Super Sunday is just as important as the commercials, followed by the half-time show, then…the game.
It’s more or less always been that way for me, college football fan here, but this year more than ever. No doubt the Saints got robbed! Ugh and the Patriots once again are in. Geez, talk about Ground Hog day?
Below are a few of my most favorite recipes. Hope you enjoy and good luck to your favorite team!!
Go for the win with this unbelievable pimento cheese dip. Spicy and chocked full of fresh and colorful flavors. It’s always the first to go at any Super Bowl party!
What’s better tasting than a Mexi Eggroll for the warm ups on a Super Sunday afternoon? Filled with taco meat, refried beans and cheese. Serve with store bought picante sauce and easy homemade guacamole! Winner!!
These look super simple and super yummy! Lil’ Luna
Easy and delicious Taco Pizza comes from Table for Seven. Perfect if you don’t want to spend a lot of time in the kitchen on Super Sunday!
The picture does not do this garden fresh dressing justice! Filled with fresh cilantro, dill, garlic, and lemon its perfect on assorted veggies, shrimp eggrolls, or use it in a Super Salad for a big game dinner!
Olives and cheese sound might fine to me. I know it’s a stretch to serve a hot cheese dip that doesn’t include Rotel and sausage but here it is. From Buns In My Oven this Olive Cheese Dip sounds like something I could eat up all by myself!