The Super Bowl is something we can all agree on as far as the festive food and letting the fun times roll! It is also one of those occasions that it is so much fun thinking of cute, while still delicious, food items that match up with the theme. So put on your thinking helmets or keep reading for some inexpensive Super Bowl favorites and you can make for under $10! That’s what you call a score!
Not Just Any Meatball!
When you want to fall in love with the way your kitchen smells, this will do the trick! It will join the lineup as a tradition for any ball game or celebration! They’re great for dinner too!
One 32 Ounce Bag of Fully Cooked Frozen Meatballs (Or your own recipe)
One 12 Ounce Bottles Heinz Chili Sauce
One 32 Ounce Jar of Grape Jelly
-Place the cooked meatballs in the bottom of your slow cooker.
-In a medium bowl, whisk together the chili sauce and grape jelly.
-Pour the sauce over the meatballs, coating well, and cook on low heat for 3 hours.
-Serve with toothpicks.
Pulled Pork and Slaw Sliders
With pig skins on TV, pork on the table is fitting! Grab a pound of ready-made BBQ pulled pork or pick up your favorite at the store for a filling feast that will reach your goal effortlessly!
Pulled Pork with Barbecue Sauce, store-bought or from your favorite restaurant
24 Hawaiian rolls
4 Tablespoons fresh lime juice
2 Tablespoons honey
2-3 cups of red cabbage, shredded
-Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
-Line 9×13 baking sheet with parchment paper.
-Cut Hawaiian rolls in half and place the bottoms of the rolls on the parchment paper.
-Spread the pulled pork evenly over the Hawaiian roll bottoms.
-Place the tops of the Hawaiian rolls back on top.
-Bake for 7-10 minutes until the rolls are slightly toasted but not browned.
-Remove tops, add slaw and a drizzle of honey on top of pork.
-Put the tops back on and serve the sliders warm or at room temperature.
Red Cabbage Slaw
-Combine lime juice and honey in a large bowl and whisk until the honey and salt have dissolved into the lime juice.
-Add shredded cabbage and toss to coat thoroughly.
-Allow the cabbage to marinate in the dressing for at least 20 minutes or up to 24 hours.
Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Potato Skins
Have yourself an ultimate appetizer with the taste of buffalo wings with a filling twist!
6-8 small russet potatoes
2 Tablespoons butter, melted
8-ounce (or more) chicken cooked and shredded
1/2 cup Franks buffalo sauce
3/4 cup shredded cheese
Salt and pepper to taste
Ranch dressing for dipping (optional)
-Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
-Poke holes in potatoes with fork.
-Place in oven and bake for 50-60 minutes or until potato is tender.
-While potatoes are cooking, combine shredded chicken and buffalo sauce until chicken is coated.
-Remove potatoes from the oven and allow to cool enough to handle.
-Cut potatoes in half lengthwise with a knife.
-Use a spoon to remove most of the insides from the potatoes, leaving about 1/4 inch of potato inside of the skin.
-Turn oven on to broil.
-Place potato skins on a baking sheet and baste with butter then add salt and pepper.
-Flip over and repeat on other side.
-Broil potato skins on one side for 3 minutes, watching closely to prevent burning.
-Remove from oven and flip.
-Broil lightly for another 3 minutes on the other side.
-Fill with buffalo chicken mixture and top with shredded cheese.
-Broil again until cheese is melted.
Score Smiles with Simple Brownie Footballs!
To make all partygoers happy, a simple brownie will do nicely!
-All in the game of keeping it simple, make a 9×13 pan of brownies from your favorite mix. Duncan Hines is always a winner!