12 Super Bowl Party Menu Items to Score with the Entire Family

12 Super Bowl Party Menu Items to Score with the Entire Family

Whether you’re hosting or attending a party this Sunday, serve a menu that will score big points with your team, including the kiddos!  


Here is a huddle of 12 Super Menu Ideas, but first, a few tips from the party playbook.  


Tip #A 

There’s no “i” in team...nor in “meal prep.”  Recruit your kids to help with preparing these menu ideas.  Give ‘em a little coaching and they’ll become pros in the kitchen.


Tip #B 

Try a Hostess Handoff.  If you’re bringing a dish, consider using a fun serving platter or festive bowl that will double as your hostess gift.  Makes it easy to leave leftovers, too!


Tip #C 

A good defense is everything.  After all, it’s cold & flu season and everyone’s defenses are down.  Consider preparing individual servings in plastic cups or pre-poke poppable menu items with toothpicks or spears, like menu ideas #1, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11 & 12 below, to prevent the dreaded double dipping or little sticky hands from self-serving. 


Tip #D

It’s a bowl game...be sure every service bowl has a suitable serving utensil and consider washing or replacing them mid-party.  A bowl with no scoop will make for illegal use of the hands. Note the aforementioned cold & flu season!


Tip #E 

It’s important to warm-up!  Be your own referee when it comes to maintaining proper temperatures for dishes.  Not only does this ensure everything will taste its best, but will keep your food healthy enough to eat!  Game Rule: Hot foods should not sit out for more than two hours. Anything sitting out for more than two hours should be discarded.


Now onto the menu game plan!

Check out this line of scrumptious including links to easy recipes and the clever chefs who created them!


Menu Idea #1

Veggie Cups

In a 10 oz. cup, fill with 2 T. of ranch dip.
Huddle-up a carrot stick, celery stalk, cucumber spear,
a green pepper strip into dip and garnish
with a radish for a colorful appetizer.

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Veggie Cups

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Menu Idea #2

Hawaiian Pull-a-Party Sandwiches.

Change up the meat combos to make your own conversion. 

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Hawaiian Roll Sandwiches

Recipe brought to you by Your Home Based Mom.

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Menu Idea #3

Pepperoni Roll-Ups.

These poppable bites will be the first down...everyone’s bellies!

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Pepperoni Roll Ups

Recipe brought to you by Life in the Lofthouse.

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Menu Idea #4

Loaded Tots Kabobs

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Loaded Tot Kabobs

Recipe brought to you by The Country Chic Cottage.

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Menu Idea #5

Hot Dog Nuggets

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Hot Dog Nuggets

Recipe brought to you by Lil Luna.

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Menu Idea #6

Pizza Monkey Bread.

As if we didn’t already love pizza enough, try this!

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Pizza Monkey Bread

Recipe brought to you by Yahoo News.

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Menu Idea #7

Football Cookie Pops

It’s the icing on the kicker!

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Football Cookie Pops

Recipe brought to you by Eating on a Dime.

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Menu Idea #8

Football Rice Krispies

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Football Rice Krispies

Recipe brought to you by That's What Che Said.

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Menu Idea #9

Football Fruit Tray

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Football Fruit Tray

Recipe brought to you by Desert Chica.

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Menu Idea #10 

Mozzarella Sticks

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Mozzarella Sticks

Recipe brought to you by Lil Luna.

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Menu Idea #11

Savory Chex Mix

because it’s always crunch time!

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Savory Chex Mix

Recipe brought to you by Love Grows Wild.

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Menu Idea #12

Seven-point (Touchdown) Layer Dip Cups

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Seven Layer Dip Cup

Recipe brought to you by Spend With Pennies.

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