This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #GameForBasketball #Collective Bias This post is not medical advice.Mmmmm. Bacon. This warm bacon cheese dip is a family favorite. It’s on our menu for Christmas Day munching plus we bring it out several other times a year when we’re looking for something delicious to eat. If I remotely think there’s a chance that you like bacon, I make this dip for you. And for some reason, sports watching and this dip go hand in hand. There’s rarely a big sports event that doesn’t get watched while shoveling bacon dip in our faces. With all the March college basketball games happening now, we have lots of opportunities to spend some time cheering on our favorite teams and enjoying this simple bacon cheese dip appetizer!
Why are Super Bowl recipes so delicious?! You know you only go to Super Bowl parties for the food. Whether you are heading to a friend’s house or watching the big game at your own home, here are a bunch of great recipes for you to shovel in your face.
Your favorite dip, on a sandwich! Artichoke Dip Sliders.
The kids will go crazy for this Football Shaped Cheese Ball.
I’m def making these Herb and Sea Salt Sweet Potato Fries.
I’m not kidding, this is The Best Chip Dip Ever!
I don’t love chicken wings, but I think I would really love Baked Brown Sugar Chicken Wings.
Nacho Fries? Yes, please!
Salad is acceptable at a football party especially if it is a Winter Panzanella With Maple Balsamic Vinaigrette.
Your lady friends might like a Beer Infused Julep.
Here are 15 pitcher drink recipes to keep you enjoying your party instead of playing bartender.
Serve a twist on the ever popular mule and make it a Honey Tennessee Mule.
Bloody Mary’s are soooo old fashioned. Try this new take with the Bloody Gary.
Don’t get bored!
Bring along these printable Super Bowl Bingo cards to keep yourself entertained!
Print out this Football Pool Sheet and place your bets!
OMG! Mini Football Corn Hole! So cute!
Are you all about football or do you mainly chat with your friends? My oldest son is super in to football right now so I know it will be fun to watch with him. He knows way more players than I do and can totally help me figure out what is going on. Plus he LOVES pop music so he geeks out at the half-time show! But I could just as easily stay home and fold laundry and watch Scandal. Is that unAmerican? What are your go-to Super Bowl recipes?