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15 Best Game Day Ideas

 

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The key to a great Super Bowl party is variety.  Whether you prefer classic superbowl party favorites or like to add a twist to your game day recipes, these 15 game day ideas are guaranteed crowd-pleasers!

Empire Kosher Wild Wings

1.  Empire Kosher Wild Wings

Chicken wings are the ultimate Super Bowl party food!  Small in size, but they pack a punch in taste.  You can broil or fry a large batch of chicken wings and prepare them with an array of sauces to please all party guests.

Sweet and Tangy Chicken Wings

2.  Sweet and Tangy Wings

These Sweet and Tangy Wings hit the right balance of sweet and savory.

French's Classic Sliders

French's Classic Sliders

3.  French’s Classic Sliders

Personally, I could survive Super Bowl Sunday with Buffalo Wings and ”Football” Acordion Potatoes.  But I might have to step away from the wings, because these sliders are delicious and fun for both adults and kids at a Super Bowl party.  They may not be mess-free, but they are delicious to eat!  Add a toppings bar with that includes Special Sauce to make the sliders extra special.

Short Rib Sliders

Short Rib Sliders

4.  Short Rib Sliders

An alternative to the Classic Slider is the Short Rib Slider, it packs amazing flavor and will look great on your Super Bowl party table.

Potato Kugel Cups

5.  Potato Kugel Cups

These Potato Kugel Cups will be flying off the table.  They are super delicious and a perfect finger food, plus they add an elegant touch.

Avocado Egg Rolls with Spicy Dipping Sauce

6.  Avocado Egg Rolls with Spicy Dipping Sauce

Another great pareve recipe are the Avocado Egg Rolls. The crunch of the fried egg roll plays well with the smooth, rich texture of the avocado.

Derby Deviled Eggs

7. Derby Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs are a great Super Bowl party recipe.  The eggs can be boiled in advanced, leaving minimal prep-time on game day.

Twice Baked Potato Skins

8.Twice Baked Potato Skins

However you make them, be it dairy-free or vegetarian, potato skins are a versatile option. With these Twice Baked Potato Skins recipe there is plenty of room to customize your super bowl potato skins with whatever toppings you prefer.

Idaho® Potato Spinach Balls

Idaho® Potato Spinach Balls

9.  Idaho® Potato Spinach Balls

Another great potato recipe are these Idaho Potato Spinach Balls.  Similar to the Potato Kugel Cups, they add an elegant touch.  They can easily be made dairy-free by substituting the cheese with vegan pepper jack cheese.

Chili Nacho Cups

10.  Chili Nacho Cups

A Super Bowl party is a great excuse for breaking out all of your favorite finger food recipes.  The Chili Nacho Cups pack all the fun of nachos, but without the mess!

 

Guacamole and Chips

11.  Guacamole and Chips

Place the Guacamole and Chips and Fresh Tomato Salsa next to the Chili Nacho Cups for a great south of the border flavor profile.

Fresh Tomato Salsa

12.  Fresh Tomato Salsa

Portobello Tacos

Portobello Tacos

13.  Super Bowl No Meat Tacos

Approximately 8 million pounds of guacamole is served on game day, so why not pair it with these scrumptious (meatless) tacos.

Chocolate Pudding

Dirt and Worms Chocolate Pudding

14.  Dirt and Worms Pudding Pie

When it comes to dessert on game day have just fun with it!  Serve an all-time kids’ favorite the Dirt and Worms Pudding Pie in individual tins or clear plastic cups as a fun treat.  There will squeals of delight coming from the children (and possibly the adults) when they find the gummy worms baked inside.

 

Peanut Butter Football

15.  Peanut Butter Football Dip

For guests not watching football on T.V., give them a football to look at on the table!  Shoshanna from Couldn’t be Pareve created this recipe for the latest Kosher Connection Recipe Round Up.  For any of you rib lovers you can even enjoy them this time of year without freezing to death, try these Beef Ribs made in the oven.  Check more Super Bowl ideas here.

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Rivka Lieberman is a student at Bryn Mawr College with a major in Spanish. She is always on the hunt for the next great cookbook and enjoys spending her time cooking, learning, traveling and spending time with loved ones.

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