Super Bowl party snacks you need to serve on game day #Food#Recipes#cooking#party Posted Feb 5 2016 Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Photos by: Bijoux & Bits Photos by Bijoux & Bits Related Post The Stumptown Fizz: The perfect cocktail to celebrate the flavors of spring As Portland melts into early summer, we’ve been looking for any excuse to celebrate the flavors of spring. The drink is fun to make, and... Read more Need some rad Super Bowl party snacks for your big game party? I've got a trio of a side, an app, and a dessert that you can whip up and serve at your Super Bowl party. They're easy, on-theme, and totally delish. Fill in the table with some popcorn, some Greek chicken, peanut butter banana cookies, candied bacon bark, Chex Mix, or your favorite hummus, and you're set. Oh, and don't forget those DRANKS! Chocolate-covered strawberry footballs. These chocolate-covered strawberry footballs are easy to make, perfectly kitschy, and always a crowd-pleaser. Seriously, they'll be gone in no time so hide one in the fridge so you get at least one. Get the recipe here. Three-cheese brown butter truffle mac and cheese This three-cheese brown butter truffle mac and cheese has the trinity of decadence: brown butter, white truffle oil, and three kinds of cheeses. It's that awesome combination of comfort food and party food that'll keep your Super Bowl party guests filling their plates with thirds and fourths. Get the recipe here. Southwest egg rolls and avocado cream These baked Southwest egg rolls utilize easy-to-find and keep on hand ingredients for an appetizer that almost everyone enjoys. Pair it with avocado cream (recipe here!), or your favorite honey mustard or ranch dip. Get the recipe here. Related Post Quench your thirst for non-alcoholic mocktail recipes Over on our sister site Offbeat Bride, we've featured some drool-worthy recipes to inspire your DIY bar, signature drinks, or to suggest to your bar service. Read More Catherine Clark Catherine Clark loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur babies, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS Netflix and chill, plus 6 more reasons why you should have a pet rat NEXT 7 tricks to save that dying houseplant in your living room Show/Hide comments [ 2 ] Awesome recipes! They sound mouthwatering XD Thanks!! Let us know if you try them out. 🙂 Comments are closed.