This is the third year in a row I work on Super Bowl Sunday — meaning I can’t go to a Super Bowl party. Worse yet (since my team isn’t playing), I won’t get to enjoy any of the super nummy snacks and appetizers.
The Super Bowl party I normally attend has the yummiest food ever, so I always hit Pinterest up hard for inspiration. I didn’t know I had to work until a few days ago, so I had already done my appetizer recon. Every Super Bowl party has the meatballs, little smokies, and chips. To really stound out, I like to make a new take on an old favorite.
Check out these great ideas and show these bloggers some love!
Sugared Frozen Grapes Marinated in Wine – Julie Blanner
Balsamic Soy Roasted Garlic Mushrooms – Closet Cooking
Loaded Tater Tot Skewers – Made With Happy
Cheeseburger Eggs Rolls – Posted by Will Cook for Smiles on The 36th Avenue
What are your favorite Super Bowl Snacks?
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I woke up this morning around 4 a.m for no apparent reason. I couldn’t fall back asleep no matter what I tried, so I decided to spend some time on Pinterest (side note: follow me there : @simplysarahblog ). I came across a picture of s’mores while looking through a summer treats page.
I’ve been craving them ever since. Luckily for me, I impulsively bought the stuff to make basic s’mores last time I was shopping.
So after signing up for classes (getting a late start on the school stuff . . .) and straightening up around the house, I decided to make one.
The best s’mores are made over a fire, but given that it was ten in the morning and already 98 degrees, I skipped building a fire and roasted my marshmallows over my gas stove.
I like to make unique food, so I layered caramel syrup and toasted coconut chips under the chocolate. Such a great idea!
It was a tad messy, but it was worth it!
Any tips for great or unique s’mores? I would love to try out a new idea next time I make them.