Are you ready for some football!…. It’s estimated 151.6 million people will watch the super bowl, and 20 million americans will be attending a football party. Well, with that many people watching the game that’s got to be a whole lotta game food. Todays recipes aren’t fancy or complicated,in fact you don’t have to cook a darn thing. After all isn’t football food supposed to be easy?…So maybe you’ve had a long week and haven’t had time to go to the store, or maybe you’re not in the mood to cook, or maybe you don’t want to ingest your friends XXX killer chicken wings, whatever your reason I just want everyone to be reminded that you don’t have to cook all day to have a tasty snack that everyone can enjoy.
I hope everyone has a lazy weekend watching the game and I hope you give these snacks a try, even if you’re having a party for just a pair…
from me two you,
1 apple – cut into slices
jar of caramel ice cream topping
peanut butter – melted in microwave (about 2 T. per apple)
chocolate chips for sprinkling
layer apple slice on plate. drizzle caramel sauce on top of apples. next heat up peanut butter in microwave for about 30 sec and pour onto apples. next sprinkle on chocolate chips.
goat cheese pin wheels
1 flour tortilla shell
3 slices deli ham
1 T. goat cheese – herb and garlic flavor
4 thin slices of raw red bell pepper
begin by laying tortilla shell flat. spread thin layer of goat cheese onto tortilla. next layer ham on top of cheese. place 2 pieces of pepper where your roll will begin and 2 pieces in the center of the shell. roll tightly. then slice 1 inch thick. use tooth picks for easy pick up.
bavarian mustard and pretzels
3 T. brown mustard
1 T. whole grain mustard
2 T. brown sugar
1 tsp horseradish
combine all ingredients in small bowl and mix well. serve in a shot glass for easy pretzel dipping.
and just in case your curious… that is orange kool aid, I’d rather waste my calories on pur sugar than beer…hey sometimes a girl just needs a glass of kool aid…