This weekend is Super Bowl Sunday. While we know many of you were rooting for teams that did not make it into the big game, we also know you still will be glued to your television Sunday, watching a great game, great commercials and a great halftime show. We wanted to give you a resource to prepare all the food your friends and family will no doubt look forward to eating. So, just click on the links below to take you to the site with the recipe.
- Bolingbrook Patch gave us recipes for guacamole and meatballs and a link to 50 more options.
- We saw this photo on the Gluten-Free resource Directory's Facebook. It's a pretty self-explainatory skewer of fruit, including grapes, strawberries and pineapple. We things it is a great idea that might even get kids to eat more fruit after the Super Bowl is over. Make it easier on yourself by buying pre-cut fruit at the grocery store.
- Fox News offers this video with alternatives for the traditional snacks, such as substituting cucumbers or carrots for chips and hummus for more high fat snacks such as sour cream dips or guacamole.
- This Superbowl Snack Mix has cashews and cranberries for a healthy, salty-sweet mix. You have to scroll to the bottom of the page for the recipe.
- This site has recipes for wings, but also for cupcakes made with beer. I also love their idea to put 7-layer-dip in individual cups.
- And finally, click on this link to get to the site that gives you recipes for empanadas for game day as well as jalapeno poppers with cilantro lime dip.
- Make sure you read this story to take care not to cause food to make your guests or you sick.
- To dazzle your friends, this site has a number of fun facts about the big game.