Super Bowl food

Toby loves football, I love food and we both love having people over. So the Super Bowl really works for us. Last year we were semi-foiled by a major blizzard, but even that worked out OK because if everyone who RSVP’d had shown up, I don’t think we would have had enough room for everyone to fit inside our apartment. And I probably couldn’t have slept through the actual game.

Anyway, I usually start thinking about our Super Bowl menu weeks in advance. Sometimes I base it on where the game is going to be, sometimes I try to base it on the teams playing, and sometimes I just try to figure out the easiest way to make a bunch of food (this usually involves a Crock-Pot). This year I think I am going to mainly go with a Texas theme — a combo of Southern and Tex-Mex. And probably some chili.

In the next week and a half, I will try to post numerous recipes you can use for Super Bowl Sunday. But I also wanted to direct you to some past recipes that are good options. Let me know in the comments what you are planning on making!

Meat, poultry and chili
Bacon-wrapped pork tenderloin
Chicken tacos
Pinto bean mole chili
Southwestern pulled beef
Vegetarian chili

Sides and bread
Beer biscuits
Fiesta fruit salad
Fruit salad with mint sugar
Jalapeno cheddar cornbread
Macaroni and cheese
Mexican pinwheels
Sweet potato fries

Boom chunkas
Car bomb cupcakes
Chocolate peanut butter cake
Fruity Pebble treats
Lemon bars
Monster cookies
PB&J bars
Sugar cookies

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