On Super Bowl Sunday Calories Don’t Count. Are you with me on this? I have some great last minute Super Bowl Party Recipe Ideas along with how to create an easy Football Tablescape. Each year I make create a fun football party tablescape and finger foods for Super Bowl. We love hanging out with family and friends watching the biggest game of the year while snacking on some yummy foods.
Creating a fun football tablescape is really easy to do. It’s a great way to display your food while creating a theme. You know how I love themes.
I used a piece of brown paper bag paper and had my husband write out a few football plays. He used to coach my son’s youth football team so I knew he was perfect for this job. I then found football flag printables to add some color to the wall. I used my tier tray to display the yummy Cuban sliders.
I then used mason jars for my the drinks and my free football printable. How cute are these?! Download your Free printable here. The cake I found at my local grocery store bakery. It went perfectly with my football theme. Use a cute tin bucket to hold your chips for my oh so popular Mom’s Nacho Dip. I also used pie tins to hold my homemade chicken wings. This easy football party tablescape is something anyone can do. I love how it turned out.
If you are hosting a Super Bowl Party I have a few great recipes for you.
This dip is a crowd pleaser and it’s made it the slow cooker. I always serve it at family get-togethers. This is a must-have Super Bowl Party food. See the recipe here.
This recipe only requires 5 simple ingredients. A rotisserie chicken, dry ranch dip, cheddar cheese, sour cream and wonton wrappers. It’s so simple and so tasty. See full recipe here.
Eating your vegetables couldn’t be easier when they are wrapped in bacon. Am I right? These little things are delicious! See full recipe here.
Finally a healthier version of nachos. This dish is vegetarian and full of flavor. See it here.
These bite-sized sandwiches will be the perfect addition to your party. See the full recipe here.