If you’re like most of us, you have the tendency to leave things until the last minute, i.e., you procrastinate. Procrastination is said to affect 88% of America’s workforce, so it would make sense that that same procrastination leaks into other areas of our lives, such as planning an awesome Super Bowl party.
Today on the blog, we are giving you five easy and quick recipes that you can make for your get together this Super Bowl Sunday, that everyone is sure to agree on– no matter what team they support.
A Nacho Bar isn’t so much of a recipe as it is an entire meal! Nacho Bars are one of the easiest ways to make it look like you spent time planning for your Super Bowl Party. What you’ll need:
And you’ve got an entire day of delicious snacks! Plus, if you’re planning on a nacho bar, you can invite guests to bring sides for it to save you money and time.
Classic Buffalo Wings
The quintessential Super Bowl food just so happens to be the procrastinator’s best friend. You can grill your wings on your Orlando outdoor grill or bake these wings; either way, they will come out perfect. The recipe’s creator advises to make sure that you give yourself enough time to cook these wings to perfection; the total prep and cook time should take about an hour and twenty minutes. Serve with some ready-made bleu cheese, ranch, and celery sticks at your party.
Just like little smokies, meatballs are a versatile recipe that can stand alone as an appetizer or can be made into massive meatball subs complete with grilled onions, peppers, and melty cheese.
Skewers of any kind are a fast and easy appetizer or main course you can whip up for your guests on your Orlando grill. These shrimp skewers are for the minimalist cook who doesn’t have a lot of veggies on hand for their skewers. Make sure to grill up enough, because these little delights will be gone fast.
Slow Cooker BBQ Pork Sliders
You won’t even have to use your Orlando outdoor kitchen to make this yummy dish. Slow cooker BBQ pork sliders, can be created in so many different ways, here’s the recipe we chose, but feel free to find your own or use a family favorite.
Ham Cheddar Cheese Football
Who doesn’t love a cheese ball, especially when it’s in the shape of a football! Scoop up this tasty appetizer with your favorite crackers. This sure to be a crowd-pleaser recipe takes a little over an hour to be ready, but for an hour, it’s just chilling in the fridge while you get ready for game day!
White Chocolate Cereal Bars
If you’re anything like my family, rice Krispie treats are the main player at most gatherings. These white chocolate cereal bars are a “fresh take on traditional rice crispy treats.” Bonus, they only take 15 minutes from start to finish to make.
Default Super Bowl Foods
In addition to the above recipes you can always fall back on old favorites:
- Little smokies
- Hotdogs and Hamburger
- Baked Beans
- Potato Salad
- Chips & Store Bought Dip
- Ice Cream