Super Bowl 50 Party Menu

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So maybe your favorite team didn’t make it to the Super Bowl this year. Looking at you Green Bay… That doesn’t mean you have to skip the party though! This year, celebrate Super Bowl 50 with this awesome game day menu.


This Super (bread) Bowl appetizer from is sure to score big at your SB50 party this Sunday! Watch the video above or click the link for this ah-mazing appetizer recipe and how-to.

While you can’t go wrong with this hot dish, don’t forget to include some other warm-up classics such as chips & salsa/gauc, pigs in a blanket, chicken wings, and a cheese plate!


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Forget the boring beer & wine list and join in on the friendly competition with these SB50 team inspired cocktails! For the die hard Bronco fans, offer up the deliciously sweet “Blood Orange Bronco”. For the Carolina crusaders, offer them the refreshing & minty “Carolina Blue Julep”. Click the picture above to visit to snag these crafty cocktail recipes!



It’s the game day of all game days and that means Chili is a necessity! Click the picture above to try this winning recipe from Food Network for an easy & zesti main dish to offer your football fanatics or, let’s be honest, those who are just there for the food & commercials.



We all know that food consumption during the Super Bowl is a marathon, not a sprint. That is why food must be offered at all times! DIY your own popcorn bar filled with different treats & spices to have your guests touchdown dancing all night long. Check out this list from for all sorts of ideas.



Just when you think your guests can’t possibly eat any more, there’s dessert! End the night with this tasty football themed cookie-cake to send your guests home happy no matter what team wins or loses. Click here for the recipe via Food Network.

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