With the Packers set to go to Super Bowl 45, we are all waiting with bated breath to see who wins the Steelers vs. Jets game. As the AFC Championship winds down, thoughts turn to Super Bowl 2011. I would love to have Super Bowl tickets in hand, but since I don’t, and have little hope of obtaining them, I’m thinking about my own Super Bowl party. We have a small apartment, so we’ll need an array of smart, tasty appetizers that will keep the crowd pleased without making a mess. Luckily the Family Kitchen has a great collection of Super Bowl-ready recipes, and a host a delicious appetizers just right for your Super Bowl 45 party. On February 6th at 6pm (EST) you can relax and enjoy the game.
Update: The Super Bowl is set! We’ve got great dishes to make sure that your Packers vs. Steelers in Superbowl 45 party is awesome.
Heading up the menu are the football classic potato skins. Homemade potato skins are surprisingly easy easy to make, and the flavor payoff is huge.
We also have a great recipe for awesome nachos. These are loaded with the works, and sure to disappear quickly.
And speaking of Mexican food, no Super Bowl party would be complete without guacamole. Our recipe makes the most of winter ingredients.
If you’re looking for a more hearty option, these awesome pork tacos with pineapple salsa are tangy, bright and super tasty.
We also have dips galore with no-cook onion dip, tapenade, and artichoke dip.
Looking for even more Super Bowl recipes? The Family Kitchen has a host of amazing dishes, from wings to homemade chips. We’ve got you covered.