6 Easy Super Bowl Bite Recipes

6 Easy Super Bowl Bite Recipes

Well, it’s that time of year again. Super Bowl Sunday! And, along with watching the pigskin and athletic men in tights (golly, I am a football fanatic!), there is always abundant amounts of food and libations – at least there should be! Here are 6 Easy Super Bowl Bite Recipes that will simplify your life and might even make you MVP of the day! Okay, I’m not a trained chef and this stuff ain’t rocket science, but people always eat it up. 😉

Personal Meatloaf Footballs – Italian Style

Cute and tasty: use any herbs and spices you want!

Buffalo Chicken Meatballs 

Yeah yeah, I know…Cowboys. Haters gonna hate, but not these “healthier,” less messy alternative to wings. 🙂

“Burnt” Almonds

While a common German treat during Christmas and Oktoberfest, these nuts are great anytime! And paired with beer? Even better!

Buffalo Chicken Sliders

On game day, the more variety the better and these handheld beauties are a great addition to any spread.

Easy Baked Oven Brats: One and Done

Bratwursts aren’t just for German celebrations either! And making these in the oven clears up space on the grill for other goodies…or saves your face from frost bite during an Arctic Freeze. Yikes! -Stay warm all my lovelies! 🙂

Smoky Buffalo Chicken Dip: A Texas Twist

Buffalo Chicken Dip is a classic, but being in Austin I felt like I had to smoke it up a bit. 😉

Yes, there’s a lot of “Buffalo,” but it’s such a traditional football staple I’m always trying to find ways to reinvent it somehow. Try being the important word. Please let me know what you think.

No, it’s not too fancy! Men and women alike will eat this up!

Bonus #7 thought – Make a Charcuterie and Cheese Board: pick up some meats, cheeses, fruits, pickled stuffs, and more…arrange on a cutting board or tray…and serve. Here I included some delicate 34Degrees Crisps; however, I also like to use thin Italian bread sticks, crustinis, water crackers, or petite toast. Heck, it’s whatever you want! Bring out the Ritz. Nobody is going to complain. And, if they do…politely kick them out.

Here is a list of a few great Austin area and Lone Star State places to buy some fantastic items from [some items can be ordered online]:
Antonelli’s Cheese Shop – Austin, TX
Austin Cheese Company – Austin, TX
Easy Tiger – Austin & area, TX
Fat Belly Pretzels – Hudson Bend [Austin], TX
Salt & Time – Austin, TX
Central Market – various
Whole Foods – various
Spec’s – various
Buc-ee’s – various
Slovacek’s – West, Texas
Fredericksburg Farms – Fredericksburg, TX
Rustlin’ Rob’s Texas Gourmet Foods – Fredericksburg, TX
Gourmage of Texas – New Braunfels, TX
New Braunfels Smokehouse – New Braunfels, TX

If there are any places you think I should add, please leave a comment – you don’t have to log in to do so. 🙂

Sure, a list of nice game day eats, but even if you’re not into football they’re all just as good at any other time. Whatever you’ll be doing, I hope everyone had a splendid Sunday Funday! And remember, always have fun #inthekitchen! – Dawn

Related post:
Charcuterie and Cheese Boards are kind of my “thing.” Here’s my Austin Food Blog Alliance CITY GUIDE to help you find your way to some of my favorite spots to eat in.

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  • I made your oven baked brats tonight and they were perfect! My kids loved them. I think i might make the dip tomorrow. Thanks!

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