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Fire up the Crock Pots. It’s time for the Superbowl!

I’m actually not having a Superbowl party at my house this year. But if I were, I’d make some awesome food for my guests! (And she’s modest, too!)

Okay, I realize food is not the most important thing [to some people] at a football party. Just like the commercials aren’t more interesting than the game. Sure.

I’m sure if I had a Superbowl party coming up, I’d be debating whether the deep clean should take place before or after friends and food took over my house. More fun than that, though, is the food, whether it’s the main event or not. I’m sure I’d be sifting through the dozens of recipes I’ve pinned, bookmarked and ripped out of magazines, looking for something tasty – and new to me – to try out on my guests.

But since I’m not hosting a party this year, I don’t have to stress about cleaning, and I don’t need to try out new recipes. That means I can offer you a tried and true (as in, delicious) Superbowl Party Menu!

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Appetizers:
Bacon Chicken Bites
Fruit Kebabs (though not necessarily in the shape of a flag)
Jalapeno Popper Dip
Homemade Salsa (and chips, of course)

Main Course:
Award-Winning Crock Pot Chili
Sweet Chile Cornbread

Dessert:
Oreo Brownies
Snickerdoodle Cupcakes

And I’d probably mix up a big batch of pumpkin pie chex mix, too.

Are you having a Superbowl party? What are you fixing?

Resources for Planning a Superbowl Party:

This post will be linked to Mouthwatering Monday, Tasty Tuesday, Tuesdays at the Table, Tempt My Tummy Tuesday, 33 Shades of Green and Foodie Friday.

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