What are you doing for the Super Bowl this year? Are you hosting a party? Going to a friend’s house? Ignoring the whole thing altogether?
If your hosting or attending a Super Bowl party, there’s a good chance you’re cooking something! Here are some frugal tips, ways to save, and delicious recipes for a frugal Super Bowl party. Find Super Bowl Coupon Savings here.
Going potluck is an easy way to save time and money on a Super Bowl party. If you are hosting, invite everyone to bring their favorite Super Bowl appetizer, or a finger food dessert. If you are attending a Super Bowl party, be sure to offer to bring something, even if you just pick up a bag of chips on sale.
Last year, I went to a potluck Super Bowl party where everyone brought their favorite soup – a Soup-er Bowl party. We kept the soups in our Crockpots so we everyone could eat warm soup when they pleased. With the freezing cold weather, this sounds like an even better idea this year! We also had rolls and biscuits, drinks, a couple of appetizers, and chocolate-frosted rice krispie treats for dessert.
Here are a few soup recipes from the Mommysavers blog archives – find even more in the Soup section of our Kitchen Chatter forum.
My Momma’s Chili Recipe
Ham and Potato Soup
Copy-Cat Recipe: Olive Garden’s Pasta e Fagioli
Tomato Wild Rice Soup (pictured above)
An appetizer potluck seems to be the most common type of Super Bowl party. Here are a few delicious appetizer recipes from our archives:
Cheese Ball Igloo with Olive Penguins
Slow Cooker Meatballs
Easy Ro-tel Guacamole
Find even more Super Bowl appetizer recipes in the Appetizer and Drinks forum on the Mommysavers message board.