Super Bowl Party Food – 2014

Superbowl party foodSuperbowl parties are a great time. After all it is about the food and the commercials. And a few people will actually watch the game. But for a food blogger it’s all about the food.  Football is “Man Ball” time so I’m offering meat only suggestions. I have some great pizzas and other recipes (check out the Recipe Index) for the non meat dishes.

Sweet and Spicy Chicken Bacon Wraps

A great finger food for that “bring a dish” party. What could go wrong with bacon, sugar and spices? Nothing. Cubes of chicken wrapped with bacon and coated with brown sugar, chili powder and cumin. Baked until crispy. A skill level of 3/10 (easy). Plus it is easy to double or triple if needed.

BBQ Shredded Pork Loin in the Oven

An easy mass cooking that you can do ahead. Scale to any size and not much work for great return.

This will take a few hours on the day of the event. But you can produce a lot of great food fast.

Oven Baked Kansas City BBQ Beef Brisket

My all time favorite… it is almost no work with great results. Cook ahead and pop it in the oven to reheat.

Easiest Crock Pot Shredded Chicken

An easy cook ahead mass cooking. Add BBQ sauce and have a BBQ chicken fest.

Low and slow. Yep that is how you do it. Great tasting moist pulled pork with only a few minutes of active cooking time.

This is the EASIEST white chicken chili slow cooker recipe you will ever see. Dump, dump, dump cook for 4 hours with stirring once or twice in the middle. You are rewarded for you laziness with a great chili and all your friends will demand the recipe.

Have a great Super Bowl Sunday.

Updated
September 4 2014

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