ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL!? If you’re gearing up to have some people over this Super Bowl Sunday then continue on for some tasty, fun party ideas that will surely impress your guests this year! It’ll look like you went the extra mile, but will take minimal effort to pull off.
A party isn’t a party without FOOD, so let’s start there! Since we’re talking stress-free, what better way to start the festivities than with some good old crock pot cookings. Let your appliances do the work for you. Chili and corn bread could kick a field goal with your guests, and it’s super easy to toss together! Another option is a taco bar. Mix your meat in the crock pot and put the cheese, lettuce, tomato, sour cream, and salsa in separate dishes for a self serve buffet.
If sandwiches are more your speed, there are a number of mini sliders that you can mass produce and whip up in no time. The quickest would be the slider dog. Grab some rolls and insert half a hot dog. Top it off with a strip of ketchup or mustard in the shape of football laces for a fun twist! Ham & Swiss or meatball sliders are some favorites that would be a huge hit as well. If you’re looking for something unique, however, consider a chicken & waffle slider! Sandwich a piece of fried chicken between two slices of mini waffles and pin together with a toothpick. Drizzle with maple syrup and you’re ready to kick back and watch the game in no time!
It’s always good to consider an extra snack for the grazers. Brown bags filled with chips and pop corn to grab on the go, rice crispy treats in the shape of footballs, or a quick Mexican dip with vegetables could liven up the bunch with a well rounded display of goods!
There’s more to Game Day than food, though. This is a day of entertainment, so we can’t write a Game Day blog without including some actual game ideas too. You might end up with a variety of people at your party who are at varying degrees of football fanatics. Keep everyone entertained with a few small, fun games. Lay out some bingo cards (try these free printables) and the winner can claim a bag of candy. Make a mini football cornhole set using pumpkin seeds as footballs. If kids are attending, print out some football helmet pictures for them to color and host a coloring contest.