Whether you’re a sports fan or not I think we can all agree on one thing, delicious appetizers are a must for the Super Bowl. I personally could eat appetizers all day, every day. I’m not sure if I just find them more delicious than things prepared for dinner or if I just like the whole smorgasbord idea of eating but I love appetizers.
This year for Super Bowl Sunday Bill and I are laying low. He’s a Patriots fan and I’m a commercials fan so we both want to be able to actually hear everything. But even though it’s just the two of us I will still be making way too many appetizers. Be ready to eat them the rest of the week, Bill!
But whether you’re having a huge get together or a more lowkey gathering having easy to assemble appetizers is I’m sure high on your list. Here are five recipes to get your party started!
We are without a doubt making these mini burritos. Not only are they adorable, as any good appetizer should be, but they’re also delicious and filling. Plus, I always find when you give your guests the option of choosing their own toppings your appetizer becomes a much bigger hit. Also, since you are letting your guests put the toppings on their own, besides browning the meat there really isn’t too much work needed here.
Please excuse the quality of this picture, we first made this appetizer back when we had literally zero idea how to take photos so it is not our finest work. However, don’t let the photos fool you, these pinwheels are ah-mazing! Whenever we make these our friends and family go nuts for them! The best part though? These can be made the day before and left in the fridge overnight.
I know that this appetizer seems kind of summery but who doesn’t love to not have to cook?! This is honestly the easiest appetizer to assemble and it’s just so delicious. Bill and I have made it a few times in the past and it’s always a hit!
My mom has made this recipe as long as I can remember but she always made them in a giant pot. Why is this version even better you ask? Because it’s made in a crockpot and everything is better in a crockpot. Personal opinion but I love just throwing everything in and leaving it until we’re ready.
I can almost guarantee that any good party has some sort of a bean dip. My guess is because people love it and it’s so darn easy to make. What more can you ask for?!
Then, if all else fails, nothing goes faster at a party than onion dip and chips, ha!
What is your favorite appetizer to make for a party?!