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Jan 28

Plan the ultimate Superbowl party

Anytime sports come on TV I promptly find something else to do besides watching it, and I have always been like that. With the exception of the Superbowl of course, but then again I really only watched for the commercials. That is until last year, when I realized that the commercials really weren’t that great and I could always watch them online later. So whenever John brought up the idea of having a Superbowl party this year here I kind of dismissed it, that is until he got invited to go to his friends Superbowl party and I started digging on Pinterest for Superbowl themed dessert ideas that I could make for John and Ethan to take to the party… now I want to make all of the Superbowl themed goodies!

Dang you Pinterest!

Since now I am dyeing to plan a Superbowl themed party, so Im going to live through my blog here a minute and plan the perfect pretend Superbowl party. Feel free to snag any ideas that I share!

Starting with these delicious Baked buffalo wings or these Baked Brown Sugar Chicken Wings with Roasted Red Pepper Cream Sauce because a party with just one type of wings isn’t a party at all!

Of course dip is also needed, lots of dip too. Like these Avocado Spinich dip, Taco dip or this Creamy rotel dip.

Then comes the other goodies like Puff pastry jalapeño poppers, Toasted ravioli, and this ridiculously delicious looking Slow cooker honey garlic chicken.

Being the sugar addict that I am I would also need some sweet goodies too like these  Chocolate football cupcakes and these Cinnamon and sugar candied nuts.

Now a Superbowl party wouldn’t be a party without some awesome decor! I found a ton of really great decorations so I had to pick just my very favorites like these: DIY football field, Paper chain decoration and more!

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