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!  

So, huddle up and check out these 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 #C100pcs Bamboo Tongs

A good defense is everything. After all, we want to keep our parties germ-safe and we can't forget about the colds and flu going around. Consider preparing individual servings in plastic cups or pre-poke poppable menu items with toothpicks or spears to prevent the dreaded double dipping or little sticky hands from self-serving. You can also use the bamboo grabbers linked on Amazon Prime to the right!

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 COVID-friendly tip!

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 garnishwith a radish for a colorful appetizer.

Veggie Cups

Menu Idea #2 - Hawaiian Pull-a-Party Sandwiches

Change up the meat combos to make your own conversion.

Recipe brought to you by Your Home Based Mom.

Menu Idea #3 - Chips & Dip Platter

It's super easy and it looks like you fussed to put together a "fancy" board! Buy dips from the store or make your own recipes. To keep it COVID-friendly be sure to grab the tongs linked above on Amazon!

Chips & Dip Platter

Menu Idea #4 - Snack-uterie Board

Charcuterie boards are all the rage and the good news is they're super easy. Buy wings from a local restaurant, make some dips, buy some snack items and spread them out on a board and viola! You can get as fancy as you'd like with homemade redipes or pre-made food from your local shop.

Scroll down to see some fun recipes you can include on your board!

Menu Idea #5 - Loaded Tot Kabobs

Recipe brought to you by The Country Chic Cottage.

Menu Idea #6 - Bacon & Goat Cheese Stuffed Peppers

Recipe brought to you by Downshiftology.

Menu Idea #7 - Hot Dog Nuggets

Recipe brought to you by Lil Luna.

Menu Idea #8 - Mozzarella Sticks

Recipe brought to you by Lil Luna.

Menu Idea #9 - Touchdown Snack Mix

Recipe brought to you by The Baker Mama.

Menu Idea #10 - Football Fruit Tray

Now for a healthier tip 😉

Recipe brought to you by Desert Chica.

Menu Idea #11 - Football Cookie Pops

Recipe brought to you by Eating On a Dime.

Menu Idea #12 - Football Rice Krispies

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

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