Superbowl Food

After being very sick the last few days, cooking for Superbowl was the last thing on my mind. I haven’t been able to taste anything since I got sick so I knew I really wouldn’t be interested in what I had planned to fix.  No worries. I sucked it up and made a huge mess in the kitchen (which my husband cleaned up, bless him!). I made a couple of dishes and he acted like he liked them.

The menu was much different then last year’s where I made everything a bowl. This year it included homemade soft pretzels, spinach artichoke dip, roasted red pepper tex mex dip, and beer cheese fondue. (You will be glad to know that I did actually take pictures of these.)

Let’s start off with the pretzels.

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I was supposed to make this recipe but someone while at the grocery store he found a box version so we made that. We will just try the recipe another day!

Next up is one of my all time favorite dips EVER! Spinach, sun-dried tomato, artichoke dip.

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This one is so super easy to make and that is probably why it is one of my favorites. I can’t tell you how much of everything to put in this one because I just eyeball everything. I use frozen spinach, chop up a small jar of artichoke hearts, throw in some sun dried tomatoes, and last but not least enough mayo and parmesan cheese to hold everything together. I cook it in the oven at 350 degrees until it is bubbling around the edges. Yeah I am sorry those aren’t great directions but that is honestly how it all goes together.

Next up is the Roasted Red Pepper Tex Mex Dip.

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I found this recipe in the Southern Living Magazine and it looked easy enough that I wanted to try it. Turned out pretty good and it is super simple to make that is for sure. Here is where I found the recipe.

Next up and the last thing I made was Beer Cheese Fondue.
DSC_0151This one was fairly easy actually. You just dump in some beer and add some shredded cheese. Once the cheese melted fully we transferred it into a crockpot to keep it hot. It was very very good with the pretzels. Here is where I found this recipe.

That about wraps up what we had for Superbowl. It was about the most exciting part of our night. The game was so lackluster and I honestly didn’t even find the commercials interesting.  You will have to ask Mr. Sean if everything was good because I have absolutely no clue.

 

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