Super Bowl Sunday Recipes

Rebekah Choi
Staff Editor

Credit: Sportscasting

It’s the time of the year, where everyone comes together on the couch and waits for that special moment to come. It’s not Christmas, it’s the Super Bowl! 

Watching the super bowl is the time for binge-watching football and betting on which team will win. Of course, it isn’t the Super Bowl without snacks.

Superbowl snacks are the highlight of enjoying the Super Bowl at home. If you don’t have an idea of what to bring or make, here are some ideas on Superbowl snacks. 

If you’re going for something girthy, why not try a taco layered dip. This dip contains everything that you would probably find in a taco except without the tortilla. 

For the ingredients, you will need cream cheese, sour cream, taco seasoning, shredded lettuce, tomatoes, shredded cheddar cheese, diced onions, avocado, diced chiles, and any chip of your choice. Some ingredients are optional if you are not a big fan of some.

The steps are very simple since there is no cooking involved, but you mix the taco seasoning with the cream cheese then add the rest. It may depend on the amount you’re serving so you use as many of the ingredients as you need in any order.

This recipe is also very filling since it includes a lot of ingredients that can feed your whole family, including distant cousins, grandfathers, aunts, uncles, anyone, and keep them full.

The next recipe is a rather unique drink that includes orange juice, fruit, and Sprite. It may sound a little odd but trust the process. 

The drink is like I said, orange juice, Sprite, and any fruits you want. Any fruit can go in, grapes, kiwis, and strawberries are the most preferred but anything can go in.

This drink is very refreshing and very easy to make, so people can have large portions of it. The prep time for this drink is also very short. It would take about ten to fifteen minutes maximum to prepare this drink.

This next snack is something you may be familiar with. A mixture of chocolate, Chex mix, powdered sugar, and Oreos called puppy chow or muddy buddies or anything. 

This snack is very popular among little kids or children, so if you have any younger siblings or young cousins visiting, this snack should be perfect. Or if you enjoy something crunchy and sweet this is perfect for you.

The key ingredients you need are Chex mix, some chocolate chips, and powdered sugar. If you want something more, some Oreos are in the mix are a great addition.

First, you will need to get your chocolate chips and melt them on the stove or microwave then mix them with your Chex mix in a plastic bag, then add some powdered sugar and shake your bag to coat the Chex mix. Of course, if you want you can add some crushed Oreos as well.

The Superbowl wouldn’t be the same without anything good to munch on. So if you are having a hard time thinking of which snacks to make, consider these tasty snacks to share with your family. 



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