Saturday, February 6, 2010

Superbowl Foods!

Are you all going to be watching the big game? Any parties you're planning to host or attend? If so, you know you need some good Superbowl food! I love chips and dips like you wouldn't believe! My sister-in-law gave me this recipe, which is simple and delicious! It's called 3-2-1 Dip. You make it in the crockpot (my fave!) and serve it with tortilla chips for a delicious football food!


3 blocks cream cheese
2 cans rotel
1 pound ground meat

Brown and drain your ground meat. Throw everything in the crockpot and cook on low, stirring occasionally.

So, tell me what your favorite Superbowl foods are!


  1. Ok, these are like a true family tradition for any buffet style menu, although I am sure I am not the only person to make these. They are soooo easy and soooo good!

    Sausage Sandwiches

    1 lb. ground beef, browned and drained
    1 lb. ground spicy sausage, browned and drained
    1 block mexican velveeta cut into cubes
    1 cup of chunky salsa

    Combine all ingredients in a large stovetop pot and cook on med-heat (I put it in our '4' setting)...stir while cooking until cheese is completely melted and all ingredients are completely blended.

    I serve it on potato sandwich rolls...everyone LOVES them...and they are even good reheated!!!

    We also do other stuff, like queso dip/chips, meatballs (chili sauce/grape jelly in crock pot), potato skins and moxx sticks...I used to do wings, but we really don't care for them unless they aren't hard to find those.

  2. i love making sweet and sour meatballs. just posted the recipe on my blog. I think I am going to try a few new ones tomorrow though...we will see! Of course I will post them if they turn out well!

  3. Just wondering what rotel is? I have never heard of it. I'll be making good ol' fashion natchos!

  4. Rotel is diced tomatos with green chilies in them. You can find it with the canned tomatos.

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  6. Brandi, that recipe is a fav. Soooo good!

    We haven't had a TV in a couple of years so will be going out to catch the game at a local pizzeria.

    Back in the day,
    Kielbasa cooked in cranberry sauce and BBQ sauce
    Chicken wings
    Italian meatballs in red sauce
    Pigs in blankets
    Baked beans
    Clam chowder
    Potato salad
    Garden salad

    And anything else that might have caught my eye. My best girlfriend and I used to host parties of up to 100 people! Those were the days.

  7. Actually didn't watch the game yesterday. I have it on record though so I will soon. I'm your newest follower from Follow Friday.


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