When it comes to the Super Bowl, "go big or go home" is the motto for sports fans and foodies alike. Ending football season on a high note means serving up the best game-day favorites. We're kicking up appetizers with bacon and giving buffalo wings a run for their money with a honey barbecue sauce. Even if you're not throwing a party of your own, impress your friends with Mrs. Fields-style chewy chocolate chip cookies or an unexpected six-pack. No matter who you're rooting for, we can all agree that this menu will leave guests wanting more!
Radeberger PilsnerThe Super Bowl isn't just any game, so why drink just any beer? Radeberger Pilsner, a classic Teutonic tipple, changed the way we look at beer. Consider this brew a jazzed-up version of Coors Light, satisfying those who want a refreshing beer that still peppers the palate with hops-forward flavor. Because it runs about $8 for a six-pack, it's a great choice for an intimate viewing party or an impressive beer to contribute to a potluck.
Bacon GuacamoleGuacamole is a Super Bowl essential. Take this classic game-day dish to another level by adding bacon (yes, bacon!), an unlikely combination that's like a club sandwich in dip form. With its creamy, crunchy texture and chipotle kick, this bacon guacamole recipe promises to be a hit (and devoured in minutes).
The rest of the menu after the break.
Patatas BravasGive french fries a rest, and whip up a plate of patatas bravas. These bite-sized, fried potatoes are the perfect finger food when dipped in a slightly spicy paprika- and mayonnaise-based sauce. For a healthy bonus, you can drizzle the potatoes in olive and canola oils, baking them instead of frying.
Honey Barbecue Chicken WingsA barbecue lover's dream, this honey barbecue chicken wing recipe packs a flavorful punch with mustard, hot sauce, soy sauce, ketchup, and vinegar tempered with honey and orange juice. It's a long list of ingredients, but you probably have many of them on hand. The sauce comes together quickly on the stove and will be ready by the time you prep your other finger foods.
Mrs. Fields Chocolate Chip Cookies
Finish the game off with an all-American favorite: Mrs. Fields chocolate chip cookies. Our video goes inside the Mrs. Fields kitchen to teach you the exact recipe of this iconic cookie so you can serve your guests the very best come game day.