Ready for kick off? Here are some helpful tips below:
Small bites are the simplest way to feed a crowd whose eyes are glued to the television for the biggest football game of the year. Make things easy on you and your guests by preparing finger foods like spring rolls, sweet potato chips with avocado mayo or ketchup.
While beer is a no-brainer, you may want to consider adding other alcoholic beverages to your menu. Hard cider, wine or a pitcher with a pre-made cocktail so guests can serve themselves are all great ideas. You should also be prepared to serve non-alcoholic drinks like juices, sodas and sparkling water.
Find out ahead of time of any dietary restrictions your guests may have so you can ensure everyone attending your Super Bowl bash has a good time. By providing lighter snacks like soups and some vegetarian appetizers you should have all your bases covered. Don't forget to include some gluten-free desserts!
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