Super Bowl

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I’ve been seeing a lot of talk about the Super Bowl lately but honestly I have no idea who is playing. I do know that it is today and many of you have planned your food already. If you are a bit of a procrastinator you can still show up with great food.

Here are a few of my top picks…

The Best Chili EverThe Chili is completely customizable to suit your spice tolerance. I’ve even had some of the most committed meat eaters sing it’s praise to the tune of the Hallelujah Chorus. Make it quickly by using canned beans, canned diced tomatoes, and peppers.Grilled Portobello Burgers and Vegan Potato Salad

If you’d rather have a burger try a Bean Burger or a Portobello Burger. Most grocery stores have something suitable in the freezer section; read the ingredients in because their could be something scary lurking. Potato salad or sweet potato wedges would make a great side dish.

NachosNachos are by far one of the best party foods. Try it with precooked quinoa (it comes in little pouches near the rice) seasoned with taco seasoning, canned refried Beans, then whip up some Faux Cheese Sauce.

Even if you don’t go that far you can still pick up some chips, salsa, and guacamole; yes it is easy but it’s also good.

Strawberry ParfaitOf course you will also need dessert. Try Making a large parfait, it’s easier than making individual cups. A large container of yogurt (I like coconut milk yogurt), fresh berries, and store-bought granola comes together in a few minutes. It makes an impressive presentation in a large clear bowl and you can even add dark chocolate chips for an unexpected indulgence.

large fruit bowlDon’t underestimate the power of a large bowl of fresh fruit. It is beautiful and tasty, more impressive than the customary veggie tray. Mix peanut butter and melted chocolate together (maybe a little maple syrup if needed) to make a delicious fruit dip; label the dip for anyone with peanut allergies.

What are your suggestions for last-minute Super Bowl Food?

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  1. I wish I would have read this earlier. I have a cracker spread in the fridge. Bubba can’t get his nose near it, and he has a cold. It’s roasted garlic, artichoke hearts, sun-dried tomatoes and caramelized onion. I’m a little nervous about bringing it after his abrasive reaction. Does it sound gross? Would you add anything to make it less gross? LOL Help!

  2. I love the idea of the understated yet delicious bowl of fruit (and the chocolate/peanut butter dip — mmm!).

    My last minute Super Bowl dish is a vegan French onion dip. The onions take a while to caramelize, but after that the dip comes together very quickly — just dump everything in the food processor!

  3. Holly,
    Those are great suggestions! I made Vegan Chili (barley, quinoa, 4 kinds of beans) today as some sort of “bow” to the Super Bowl (I had no idea who was playing, either and only saw 1 commercial accidentally when I went into the TV room to ask Mike a Q – LOL). It was so good – who needs meat with all that fiber and protein?

    I’m DROOLING over your fruit bowl! I can’t wait until blackberries are back in season.

    Thanks for sharing! Can’t wait to see your Lasagna recipe (big grin)!

    ~* Blessings *~

  4. Great food 🙂 A super bowl of beans I like that 🙂 because it is super..

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