Yummy food for your brood
Feb 3, 2012
Super Bowl Family Appetizer Snack Recipes
Score with these delicious snacks during the big Sunday game. Kids will dig these classics, from salsa to a tasty cheese ball to spinach artichoke dip.
Whether your family's tuning in to peep Michigan home-girl Madonna at halftime, the new Chevy commercial (will Clint Eastwood be the new Eminem?) or – oh, yeah – the New York Giants rumble with the New England Patriots in Indianapolis this Sunday, Feb. 5, one thing's for sure. Super Bowl XLVI calls for some serious munchies!
To find NFL-worthy contenders, we tackled our Crumbs and Food archives and intercepted a few tasty ideas from the web at large. So blitz your fridge (or make a Hail Mary trip to the grocery store – perhaps a late-night rush to avoid the crowds?) and serve up some of these touchdown treats.
The key to killer nachos is all in the deets. Score seriously delicious tips – including quality chips, seasoned chicken and homemade refrieds – for assembling a winning batch.
A bit of bread, tomato and shredded cheese are the key players here. This snazzy snack is choice for your VIP viewing crowd. As alternates, try cold salad or classic PB&J.
Who better to dish this one than the head chef of Hockeytown Cafe? Get the how-to from a Detroit sports restaurant staple.
Whoever says avocado is solely for guacamole won't see this play coming. Serve up this unexpected Taste of Home Mexican snack.
Another wild pass! Give it extra heft with black beans.
Grab some bagel chips or put on the Ritz (crackers) with this snack that has a bit more zip than the usual fare.
From tykes to college kids, this flavorful combo never fumbles in its appeal. Bonus: It's easy to tweak. Pair it up with your fave crackers.
Done buffet style, this array is perfect for on-the-go grazing (set it up within a pigskin's toss of the tube). Toss in surprises like spaghetti and chicken nuggets.