It’s rare that I ever watch the Super Bowl, but when I do I take full advantage of overindulging in snacks, beer, and yelling nonsensically at the TV about fouls or goals and other sports terms that I know nothing about… It’s a good time either way! In addition to all of that I’ll be looking forward to serving up this cheesy decadent fusion of pizza and a loaded baked potato! Built on top of a homemade whole wheat crust, slathered with sour cream, topped with hearty chunks of potato, bacon, and green onion, and finally finished off with a layer of gooey cheddar cheese. Even if your team doesn’t win, you’ll still be satisfied after a slice or two of this pie!
It’s been awhile since I’ve used my crockpot and I was feeling a bit lazy after several days of cooking for the blog. Ironically, this became a post for the blog too of course, but thankfully with minimal effort on my part! The chicken turned out tender, juicy, sweet, and a little spicy with the help of spices, BBQ sauce, and Blue Moon. This is a great recipe for a party (the Super Bowl is this Sunday!) so you have more time to focus on other dishes and entertain your guests!
I’ll be the first to admit it.. I only watch the Superbowl as an excuse to indulge in a lot of food and beer! Don’t be upset with me football fans! Its sporting events like the Superbowl that inspire me to create delicious concoctions like this one! As soon as this came out of the oven, I quickly dug in and devoured nearly half of it in a matter of minutes. Despite burning the hell out of my mouth due to my impatience, it really did taste like a bacon wrapped jalapeño popper in dip form! Whether you’re a sports fanatic or you just do it for the food.. this is a must-make recipe for any get-together!
It’s that time of year again.. crockpot season! I have to admit, I used to be anti-crockpot because I’m more of a hands-on cook, but it’s definitely nice to throw something in there and several hours later your house smells great and you have an amazing meal cooked! The chicken tortilla soup was not only simple, but hearty and delicious. And did I mention.. a wonderful hangover cure? 😉
Game day parties are already in full swing this season, so whip up a zesty hot onion and cheese dip for your guests to enjoy! Just a few simple ingredients and 30 minutes in the oven for a delicious dip that’s perfect for chilly fall days
Coming from a state where everything is deep fat fried (at the Iowa State Fair they once did deep fat fried BUTTER on a stick! SICK!) it’s hard to get yourself away from those kinds of foods! Jalapeno poppers are one of my favorite game day snacks or bar appetizers that are so hard to give up… until I made these! You still get all the flavor and crunch as regular poppers, but without the extra fat!
The Super Bowl is upon us yet again and even if you’re not much of a fan, you can’t help but still celebrate by overindulging in snacks and beer! Here’s a handful of tried and true recipes guaranteed to satisfy your guests!
Spicy Six Layer Bean Dip
There was a time in my life where I LIVED off of this bean dip! It’s quick and cheap to make and also completely addicting! I’ve taken it to pot lucks, family get-togethers, and Super Bowl parties and I never have any leftovers! Give it a shot for your game day parties this weekend and see for yourself!