Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Super Bowl Party Food Roundup for a Crowd or a Few

This year Super Bowl XLIX ,  2015will be held in Arizona.  The reigning Super Bowl Champs, the Seattle Seahawks will defend their title against the New England  Patriots  Here is a recipe round up of party food. With much of the country battling the elements, here are  a few spicy, and not so spicy foods to warm up your party.


Party Ham Rolls are Ham and Cheese Sandwiches on slider buns or party size rolls , with a poppy seed-butter-mustard mixture spread on the inside of the buns, individually wrapped in foil, and baked in the oven



Shrimp Creole is a one pot meal with a wonderful sauce with tomatoes, the "Trinity", onions, green peppers, and celery,spices, and chicken or shrimp, served on a bed of rice.

 Crock Pot BBQ Beer Pulled Chicken  is chicken breasts cooked in BBQ sauce and beer, until tender, served on buns with the works.

Scott's Turkey Five Bean Chili is a chili full of fiber and flavor, low sodium and low fat. May be served with chopped onion, shredded Mexican cheese, sour cream, or whatever you like on your chili, it's your call and your chili.

 Scott's Honey Baked  Lime Wings with a Kick are sweet, tart wings with a kick of heat and a brush of BBQ Sauce.  What Football party would be complete without wings?



Caramelized Onion Dip with Sun Dried Tomatoes is a new take on an old standby French Onion Dip, only healthier, and with a few additions, and tastes better, in my family's opinion. Serve with a variety of crackers and vegetables for dippers.

 Bacon Wrapped Water Chestnuts or Pineapple are healthy, sweet, salty, crunchy bites of Turkey Bacon dipped in BBQ sauce. So easy and so delicious!

What party would be complete without dessert?  Here are some mouth watering desserts for your party.

 For the Adults, Kahlua Cinnamon Brownies are rich, and fudgy brownies with chocolate and coffee and a light Kahlua glaze.

For the kids, Fight Back Brownies,  Five Ingredient Brownies with Hershey's Syrup and a frosting that can be put on warm brownies.  Make, Bake, and Frost in 25 minutes. these have been my go to Brownies for many years, and so rich and fudgy!


Cookies are always welcome at any party, and these are no exception, Double Chocolate Toffee Chip Cookies with Oatmeal.  These Cookies are so good with lots of chocolate, and chewy  with the oatmeal.

Kahlua Brownie Bites, made with DIY Kahlua or store bought, have the right amount of chcolate and coffee flavor.  The mini size is just perfect for your party.

 Raspberry Dark Chocolate Bars are always the hit of the party with their shortbread crust and Jam filling topped with dark chocolate chips and covered with a crumb topping.  This is another family favorite.  If you a family member that doesn't like chocolate, the chips can always be omitted.


No Bake Nutella Cookies are little bites of Nutella, cocoa, oatmeal. and coconut, so chocolaty, and chewy with coconut and oatmeal.  They can be made before you can say "Nutella", or almost.

And now you are  ready for some football!!! or cute commercials?  Will your team win? 

11 comments:

  1. Everything looks delicious! I will definitely have to try some of these. Have a a great super bowl party!

    Sincerely,
    Happy Valley Chow

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    1. Eric,
      Let me know, if you try any of these recipes. Happy Super Bowl!

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  2. I can't decide which one I want most. They all look delicious. I think I'm leaning toward that jambalaya though. I see the shrimp peeking out of the rice. :)

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    1. Christiane,
      This jambalaya has chicken, shrimp, and andouille sausage, so good. Let me know, if you try it.

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  3. Sounds all good to me! There will be about 50 of us at the party Sunday, but no Cajun food, unfortunately! I would love it!!! Happy rest of the week!

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    1. Pam,
      Have a great Super Bowl Party. Sounds like fun

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  4. What a delicious link up :)

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    1. Uru,
      There are a lot of good recipes From wings to dip, to brownies.

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  5. These all look fabulous! I wish I had them all in front of me...right now! Thank you so much for sharing. I hope you have a wonderful weekend!

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    1. Monet,
      Any one of these dishes would be a welcome addition to a Super Bowl Party. So excited for you and Ryan, and your little girl!!!!!

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  6. All these Cajun dishes look fantastic and I am sure these must have tasted super-delish too! I have had the opportunity to taste Cajun food twice in my life and I was amazed by the variety! Wonderful roundup!!
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