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superbowl party



My parents threw a Super Bowl party every year when I was a kid. Great food, great friends and great decorations. I have continued this tradition with my own family. While some years it is big and some years more intimate, it is always a good time.....and it does not have to be time consuming or stressful! Below I have listed my essentials for an easy and fun evening. I love to watch the game, socialize and eat-- NOT be in the kitchen the whole time.


Food:

People eat while watching the game and they eat a lot! Which is why it is important to have a variety of items available for kids and adults. Below are a few of my go to foods for the party.


Corn Dip (recipe in blog)

Veggie Platter with Dip

Popcorn/Pretzels/Chips

Chicken Tenders (can pick up from Chick fil a on Saturday and reheat)

Pork Sliders (buy already cooked pork from Costco - heat up, hawiian rolls and bbq sauce)

Meat/Cheese Tray (add several cheeses and variety of meats)

Wings (pick up at Zaxbys or any local restaurant)

Pigs in a Blanket (Nathan's brand in frozen section of store is a family fav)

Football Cookie Cake, Brownies or Cupcakes

(Publix, Harris Teeter, Giant or any grocery store will have decorated items ready to go)

Football Fruit Bowl





Decorations:

I love decorating for every holiday and event. The Super Bowl is no diffrent. I get my supplies at Party City, Target and Amazon. There are so many creative ways to make your house festive!




Games:

Games are fun for everyone, including the guests that may not be interested in the actual football game on TV. I always have little prizes for the winners.


*Super Bowl Bingo

*Squares

*Super Bowl Trivia

*Commercial Bingo

*Predictions



Seating:

We have all TVs going in our house during the party. Some people love to watch with a large group, while others want to hear more of the commentary. In each area, I have small snacks, chairs and blankets.


- Kim

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