Super Bowl Snacks – Fast and Delicious

Super Bowl Snacks

Sometimes planning big events or parties is just too stressful to do on your own.  Have no fear, because I put together my favorite Super Bowl snacks that are fast and delicious.  They all pair extremely well together so you can interchange any mixture to design the menu of your choice.  I will give you some of my favorite recommendations and pairings as well.  I am not a big football fan either, so I use it as a day to eat as much delicious food as possible and not move off the couch.  I am looking forward to it again this year.  Well without further blabbing, here are my top 10 favorite super bowl snacks.

1
Crockpot Pulled Pork
CrockPot Pulled Pork

This crock pot pulled pork is my all time favorite recipe.  It requires 5 minutes of prep work and you can make at least 20 different meals or snacks from it.  So what I would do for the Super Bowl or any event?  I would take this pulled pork, stuff it into an already baked sweet potato and top with the lime cilantro coleslaw below.  Make sure you leave me a comment if you make that and share your thoughts :)

2
Bacon Deviled Eggs
Bacon Deviled EggsThese bacon deviled eggs have won me many friends.  I’d like to think people like me for more than my food but I am ok with them using me for bacon.  So these little beauties speak for themselves.  Make a double or triple batch and enjoy with all your friends.

3
Spicy Pineapple Chili
Spicy ChiliThis Spicy Pineapple chili has won multiple awards in a variety of cooking competitions, and it is easy to make.  If you have followed me for a while, you know I loathe dishes which is why I love one pot meals.  For this recipe I would make some loaded sweet potatoes with this chili, bacon, and some green onions.

4
Avocado Stuffed Burgers
20120530-AvocadoBurger059These Avocado Stuffed Burgers are my pride and joy.  It is the best recipe I have ever created and it works perfectly for parties or events. Instead of making full size burgers, I would make sliders and top with the filling as a garnish.  Sprinkle some bacon bits on them and you have the perfect finger food. 

5
Mango Guacamole
Mango GuacamoleThis Mango Guacamole is perfect for any event.  I actually don’t think gatherings or events should be allowed to happen without guacamole.  It is the best food in the world.  I would stock up on Plantain chips or just dice a ton of veggies to dip in this bowl of heaven.

6
Lime Cilantro Coleslaw
limecilantrocoleslawThis is the Lime Cilantro Coleslaw I mentioned above using with the crock pot pulled pork.  This delicious dish can stand on it’s own or you can serve it with any meat of your choice.  I stated above to put it on top of the pulled pork stuffed in a sweet potato.  Yummy

7
Almond Butter Cups
Pumpkin Butter CupsI obviously can’t eat Reese’s but I can make my own which is where these Almond Butter Cups come to the rescue.  The recipe I have posted is for delicious Pumpkin Butter but you can also substitute with simple almond butter and get a delicious result.

8
Chocolate Bacon Bananas
Bacon Almond Butter BananaThe Elvis favorite, my way, Chocolate Bacon Almond Butter Bananas. These are pretty much self explanatory on how awesome they are so you should make them to impress your guests.  Just make sure you save some for yourself, they will go fast.

9
Chocolate Chip Cookies
PaleoCookies

Everyone loves cookies, and they will love these Double Chocolate Chip Cookies as well.  I am a self proclaimed cookie monster so most people in my life don’t get to taste my cookies, I eat them all.  Needless to say, cookies go perfect with every event and meal so enjoy.

10
Macadamia Nut Cookies
PaleoChocolateChipCookiesI saved the best for last with these Macadamia Nut Chocolate Chip Cookies.  This is the best cookie I have ever tasted.  The rich buttery taste of the macadamia nuts shines through pairing perfectly with the delicious melting chocolate.  You will make friends for life sharing these.  I hope you love them. 

 

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5 Comments

  1. I can’t wait to make all of these!! (Just some at a time over Football Season ;) ) Thank you for sharing so many great recipes! I love your combinations of flavors that I would never think of putting together! I’m making your Salisbury steaks tomorrow for dinner, and I’m thinking I’ll make that pineapple chili for Sunday Football! I have a pineapple sitting on my cabinet that’ll be perfect by Sunday and some grass-fed ground beef in the freezer! I love having everything I need in my kitchen, and P.S. I love my Dutch Oven, as well! I have two versions, and regular cast iron one and the “Anything Pot” by Wolfgang Puck – a gift from my awesome SIL. The shapes a little different, so I usually choose based on what I’m cooking. And then there are the crock-pots always watching me. Sometimes I feel like I’m cheating on some of my pots when I choose others! ROTFLOL :)

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