Super bowl party foods

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Super Bowl party snack foods make or beak your Super Bowl party, which really stinks. Therefore, I have put together a list of favorite Super Bowl snacks that you can enjoy on February 4 or any day of the year. All of these Super Bowl foods can easily be set out on the coffee table so you can eat them as you watch the Super Bowl.

Crescent Dogs

Crescent dogs are great hot dogs to eat on the go and they are so easy to fix. First, you need two packages of hot dogs, grab the pack with eight hot-dogs rather then the 10 packs. Also, grab four cans of Pillsbury crescent rolls, and a package of Kraft cheese slices.

When you are ready to begin, chop each hot dog into two pieces so you will have 32 smaller hot dogs from the two packages of hot dogs. Set these dogs aside in a bowl until you are ready for them. Open your crescent rolls, and begin separating them and laying them on a baking sheet. Once you have a few packages open you can begin filling them.

Take a piece of hot dog, slice it on the top, and put ¼ slice of cheese inside. Now go ahead, pick up one of the crescent rolls, and wrap it around the hot dog. Continue this process until all dogs are wrapped into the crescent rolls. Bake according to the directions on the can.

Saucy Balls

3 1/2 pounds hamburger
3/4 cup Italian breadcrumbs
2 eggs

I small chopped onion
1 teaspoon powdered garlic pepper seasoning
3/4 cup Kraft grated cheese

Put all the ingredients in a bowl, mix them up, and form into meatballs. Pan Fry the meatballs until no longer pink in the middle.

In a shallow pan, pour some precooked meatballs along with your favorite spaghetti or barbecue sauce, bake in the oven until the sauce is bubbly. Remove the meatballs and set them on the counter top with toothpicks inserted. Allow guests to help them selves with this one.

Salsa Dip

This one is so easy to make and is always a crowd pleaser. Purchase a large jar of your favorite salsa, one large tub of Crowley’s Sour Cream, a large package of Kraft shredded cheese, and one large bag of your favorite tortilla chips.

Get a good size bowl, and dump the sour cream in, making sure to smooth it around, to include the sides of the bowl. Then we are going to dump in the salsa, and top it off with the cheese.

Put a spoon in this dip and put the chips beside the bowl or in another bowl. Let your guests serve them selves; the dip that will disappear quickly.

Chicks, Cheese, and vegetables

Chicken nuggets, cheese sticks, and breaded vegetables are great together. If you deep-fry one of these, deep-fry them all, but the healthiest way of course is baking them. When they are all prepared, put them in one dish, and let the guests help them selves. Make sure you have the dipping sauces available such as blue cheese dressing, bar-b-q sauce, and of course melted cheese.


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