Budget Menu & Dirt Cheap Recipes General Recipes Need Superbowl Party Food Ideas

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    • #269842

      I am planning a Superbowl party (Go Cardinals!) for about 10 people and need a little help with the menu.

      So far I have:

      Spinach artichoke dip (Tortilla chips/bread slices for dipping; fondue pot)
      bbq smokies (crock pot)
      veggie tray (ranch dip)
      popcorn bowl (lime and salt flavor)
      cookie tray (organic chocolate chip)
      soda pop/water (it’s a byobeer event as we don’t drink)

      i can’t decide on what else i should provide. there are so many options.

      should i do a sandwich tray? just a big sandwich sliced up? pizza and wings?

      burgers? tacos? stick with several appetizer type things?

      something other than what i am thinking of?

      i do have one more crock pot that i can keep something warm in.

      so many options….

    • #411840

      someone just posted a link to Rachael Rays SuperBowl ideas, it might help. https://www.budget101.com/general-recipes/60151-superbowl-recipies.html
      Sounds like you have a nice variety of items already.

    • #411922

      someone just posted a link to Rachael Rays SuperBowl ideas, it might help. https://www.budget101.com/general-recipes/60151-superbowl-recipies.html
      Sounds like you have a nice variety of items already.

    • #411841

      Potato skins are always a big hit! Chilli in the other crock pot would be good. I like frittos crushed up on to of chilli.

      Good for dipping too! Great! now I’m hungry!

    • #411923

      Potato skins are always a big hit! Chilli in the other crock pot would be good. I like frittos crushed up on to of chilli.

      Good for dipping too! Great! now I’m hungry!

    • #411844

      How about meatballs and a cheese and cracker tray??? I wanna come over!!!

    • #411928

      How about meatballs and a cheese and cracker tray??? I wanna come over!!!

    • #411927

      If you were going to do wings here is a tip (I used to work at a Wing Shak)

      Deep Fry the wings for about 6 minutes, do not batter

      place in big bowl pour a little sauce (bbq etc) over wings just a small amount is needed and toss to cover

      these are great we use bbq and then dip in ranch dressing.

    • #412003

      If you were going to do wings here is a tip (I used to work at a Wing Shak)

      Deep Fry the wings for about 6 minutes, do not batter

      place in big bowl pour a little sauce (bbq etc) over wings just a small amount is needed and toss to cover

      these are great we use bbq and then dip in ranch dressing.

    • #411938

      Sloppy Joes are always good! A sandwich tray would be good and easy to prepare.

    • #412017

      Sloppy Joes are always good! A sandwich tray would be good and easy to prepare.

    • #411953

      I’ve got some great appetizers for you & they are all easy & fast!!!

      1.) Ham Pinwheels – I made these the other day. They sounded a little strange, but were SOOOOOO yummy!!!!
      2 pkgs refrigerated cresent rolls
      1 pkg diced ham
      1 carton French Onion Dip

      1.) Separate rolls into 8 rectanges (4 rectangles from each pkg). Firmly press perforations to seal.
      2.) Spread rectangles with dip. Sprinkle with chopped ham.
      3.) Roll up, starting with the long side.
      4.) Slice each roll into 6 slices.
      5.) Place cut side down on cookie sheet & bake at 375 degrees for 8-10 minutes.

      (I think I actually baked them for 11-12 minutes.)

      Yield: 48 pinwheels

      2.) Pigs in a Blanket
      1 can crescent rolls
      1 pkg cocktail weiners

      1.) Heat oven to 375 degrees.
      2.) Unroll crescents & cut each triangle into 6 smaller triangles.
      3.) Place 1 weiner on widest side of triangle & roll up. Place side down on baking sheet.
      4.) Bake for 11-15 minutes or until deep golden brown.

    • #412035

      I’ve got some great appetizers for you & they are all easy & fast!!!

      1.) Ham Pinwheels – I made these the other day. They sounded a little strange, but were SOOOOOO yummy!!!!
      2 pkgs refrigerated cresent rolls
      1 pkg diced ham
      1 carton French Onion Dip

      1.) Separate rolls into 8 rectanges (4 rectangles from each pkg). Firmly press perforations to seal.
      2.) Spread rectangles with dip. Sprinkle with chopped ham.
      3.) Roll up, starting with the long side.
      4.) Slice each roll into 6 slices.
      5.) Place cut side down on cookie sheet & bake at 375 degrees for 8-10 minutes.

      (I think I actually baked them for 11-12 minutes.)

      Yield: 48 pinwheels

      2.) Pigs in a Blanket
      1 can crescent rolls
      1 pkg cocktail weiners

      1.) Heat oven to 375 degrees.
      2.) Unroll crescents & cut each triangle into 6 smaller triangles.
      3.) Place 1 weiner on widest side of triangle & roll up. Place side down on baking sheet.
      4.) Bake for 11-15 minutes or until deep golden brown.

    • #412062

      Thanks for all the great ideas!

    • #412149

      Thanks for all the great ideas!

    • #412762
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      everything sounds good. we aren’t even doing anything for superbowl.

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