Sick and tired of the same old chips and salsa at your Super Bowl or tailgate celebration? Let me inspire you to switch things up and ensure you never have a Super 'Bore' again! My Super Bowl party this year was all the fab without the huge check at the end.
Save money on the more expensive premade foods like wings and heroes by making them yourself! Instead of spending ridiculous amounts of money per pound on a hero, put it together yourself using your favorite ingredients.
Skip the usual mess of buffalo wings, and bake an alternative but equally delicious chicken skewers dish. We've got the how-to's so you can get more bang for your buck and dedicate more of your budget to the drinks and decor(that includes those new jerseys your hubby just had to have)!
Wondering how to get your mini chicken tacos to stand up like mine do? My secret is an unlikely candidate from the window section at Home Depot. Add a little spray paint and you're good to go!
Watch the video for the play-by-play on creating this winning Super Bowl spread.
Piggies in a blanket are so last year! My transformed piggy in a blanket is a must have Super bowl party food. They are so simple to make, and even easier to eat. Make it fabulous and serve them on a stick! Read More
Use this recipe, but serve your tacos in hard shells instead of soft tortillas to recreate the bar I show you how to do in the video above. The perfect finger food for celebrating a touchdown. Read More
I love this guacamole recipe for it's sweet and spicy flavor - but the kicker is the unique presentation. Make it fabulous for your Super Bowl party by serving it in clear votive holders, and layering with some black beans. Top with a few shards of tortilla for an irresistible treat that won't leave your floor a mess. Read More
These sweet and spicy wings are finger lickin' good!
Grill these wings, then glaze with our sauce for a sweet, smokey bite.
A drier recipe, though no less delicious, these chicken wings are easy to make.