If you won’t find yourself in a bar watching The Super Bowl, you might find yourself surrounded by friends, drinks and good food. Having good food and drink doesn’t take much effort at all. Like, seriously. Quit saying you can’t cook or you’re too lazy. You’ll find yourself pleasantly surprised at how easy the below recipes are. Trust me, I wouldn’t post them if they weren’t.
- Caramelized Onion Bacon Dip— the only better thing than caremalized onions is caramelized onions in leftover bacon grease. 6 ingredients, 25 minutes to make and the only cooking is cooking the bacon and onions. I’ve made this dip before and it is ahhhhhhhhmazing.
- Cheddar Bacon Ranch Pinwheels— don’t you love when you just have to throw the ingredients in a bowl and use an electric mixer to mix them together? That’s exactly what you do in this recipe. My mom has made a southwestern version of these before, and let me tell ya, they went QUICK.
- 5 Minute Million Dollar Dip— the name says it all, am I right or am I right?
- Buffalo Chicken Dip Stuffed Bread— buffalo chicken dip is a crowd pleaser and so phenomenal, so the only obvious thing that would make it better is stuffing a massive loaf of bread with it.
- Pizza Rolls– because when in doubt, roll things up in crescent rolls.
- Super Bowl Slammer– did you read the name? do I actually need to convince you to make and drink this drink?
- Redneck Mother– other than football and the south (which I actually have no experience with), what mixes better than beer, gin and grapefruit juice? (I’m a sucker for anything gin + grapefruit)
- Game Day Sangria– The Cookie Rookie says it best “if I have to watch hours and hours of football, I better have some tasty food and drinks to enjoy throughout the day”
Happy Super Bowl Sunday!