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Find Super Bowl Recipes for Every Party

 

Family-Friendly Football Party

You enjoy a first down as much as the next fan, but you have your own little squad of linebackers running around too. With the group of recipes below, you will be able to cover the spread to satisfy everyone’s taste buds.

Kick-Off Dip:

Hummus Recipe from Kitchen Explorers: This easy recipe for this popular spread only takes minutes to make and is a lot easier to make than most people realize!

Second Quarter Snack:

Parmesan and Rosemary Popcorn Recipe from Fizzy’s Lunch Lab: Sorry Julia Child, but butter doesn’t have to go on everything. Feel free with your popcorn and choose your own seasoning combinations. Professor Fizzy recommends this parmesan and rosemary pairing for a tasty snack.

Half-Time Main Event:

Apple and Brie Quesadillas with Mango Chutney Recipe from Kitchen Explorers: Sneak some fruit into your football snacks to avoid an evening of complete gluttony. The apple juices mingle with the cheese so well that you may actually prefer this version to quesadillas with meat.

Second Half Hunger Smackdown:

Baby Carrots with Confetti Dip Recipe from Fizzy’s Lunch Lab: You can make this snack a day ahead of time if you prefer. Also you can use this recipe as an opportunity to teach children to snack on carrots instead of chips!

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