Published January 22, 2013
So, you're thinking about planning a party to see the San Francisco 49ers face off Baltimore Ravens. Whoever you're rooting for, there's one thing football and non football fans can agree on: one of the best parts of Super Bowl Sunday is the food.
Truth be told, besides a TV, some friends, all you really need is a bowl of chips and a few beers. But it's not hard to score a touchdown with guests with a tasty spread.
Remember that this party shouldn’t be a hassle. It’s a Sunday night which means work and school in the morning. Plan a simple menu that you can get started on ahead of time. Setup paper plates and plastic utensils for a no muss, no fuss cleanup. Keep it casual and think quick, easy finger foods.
To get started here's some great recipes that are sure to please. They're a breeze to make so you'll have more time to enjoy those commercials.
Oh, and if you're watching your weight, we did sneak in some healthy options just in case.