Wednesday, January 30

Super Bowl Menu

It isn't game day without chips and a cheesy dip. Pictured: Mozzarella & Italian Sausage Queso Dip

Make ahead dishes like chili ensure that you're watching the game and not cooking in the kitchen after kick-off. Pictured: Pork Green Chili

The Super Bowl is this Sunday, and this year I’m even more excited than ever to watch the game. We’ll be going to our friend’s Ravens party (wearing purple, of course) and bringing a few dishes to contribute to the snack spread. In Baltimore fashion, I’m making an Old Bay seasoned crab dip – but for those of you looking for more all-American classics, I’ve rounded up some of my favorite football foods. Let a pot of chili simmer on the stove or make a batch of crispy oven-baked buffalo wings because half the fun of the Super Bowl is what you eat and drink

Make your own bar food favorites, like this spin on potato skins. Pictured: Baked Potato Bites

Wings are a classic Super Bowl snack and baked versions are healthier and less messy. Pictured: Buffalo Wings with Blue Cheese Dip

Cookies and bars are a great no-fuss dessert for guests with a sweet tooth. Pictured: Salted Chocolate Chunk Cookies