Who are you rooting for in this year’s Super Bowl game? I think it’s safe to say that most people at HGTV headquarters are rooting for the Broncos since our beloved Peyton was a former UT quarterback here in Knoxville. We don’t know who’s going to win Sunday’s big game, but we can help you win over your party guests with these easy and filling recipes.
Serve a dip for everyone on your guest list. You can’t go wrong with guacamole, black bean salsa, and drunken pico de gallo (that’s infused with tequila!).
Pizza Hand Pies
You could order pizza and wait up to possibly an hour for it to arrive, or you could make these pizza pies instead. They’re less messy and you can get real creative with them — I love to make them with goat cheese and mushrooms!
Eggplant Chips With Cilantro Pesto
This chips-and-dip combo will satisfy all your guests — even the health-conscious ones! It sounds time-consuming, but prep time is about 10 minutes.
Pub-Style Pretzels With Beer Cheese Sauce
What better accompanies beer than homemade pretzels and cheese dip? You will probably need to make a big batch of the dip because it will be gone fast!
Nacho-Stuffed Potato Skins
Fill these skins with your favorite toppings, like bacon, beans and sour cream. These are so filling that they should be deemed as a meal rather than an appetizer.
Coca-Cola Cupcake With Salted Peanut Butter Frosting
Cupcakes are the way to go for your Super Bowl party dessert. The peanut butter frosting provides the perfect sweet and salty bite.
Spiced Cappucini Cocktail
Sure, you’ll be serving beer. But what about guests who aren’t fans of the brew? You can serve this warm spiced cappucini — it’s cold out there!