Are you ready for some football? Whether you are cheering for the Broncos or the Panthers, the commercials, or maybe you’re more into the Kitten Bowl – it’s ALL about the food! Every Super Bowl I make food themed to the two teams playing, plus I serve other yearly Super Bowl Faves. Here are some ideas for your party:
Denver Themed Dish– Did you ever think of making a Denver Omelet Burger?
This vegan version is the perfect breakfast for dinner dish.
Carolina Themed Dish– Think Southern Barbecue and try this Carolina Pork Slider. I don’t eat meat but if you do, be sure to serve it with a dairy free roll.
Of course Super Bowl faves sure to be on many tables include Chili, Pizza, Wings , Stews and plenty of appetizers. Start off with food allergy friendly Eggplant Fritters. These surely will go fast so make a double batch!
So you want some nachos? Try my dairy free Sweet Potato Loaded Nachos topped with all of your favorites – mine include olives, hot pepper rings, salsa, avocado, black beans, Daiya cheese- add these and anything else you like.
Pizza – try a dairy free, gluten free version using GFJules Pizza Mix. Making pizza is so easy with this mix and it tastes oh so yummy. I love topping my pizza with a variety of veggies and Daiya cheese.
And if you’re having pizza you have to have wings. And yes I’m from the birthplace of wings and the team that went to the Super Bowl 4x and lost,but don’t remind me of that—instead try Vegan Buffalo Wings. Your guests will never know how healthy this version is.
You can serve these wings or regular chicken wings with Dairy Free Ranch Dressing
No Super Bowl party is complete without Chili. What’s your favorite version? I’m sticking with Pumpkin Chili and JP’s Pineapple Chili.
Even if your team doesn’t win you’ll be a winner when you bring all these dairy free faves to the party you host or attend. Remember, if you are attending a Super Bowl party, be sure to bring your favorite dairy free dishes to ensure there’s something for you to safely eat. Keep your allergy safe dishes on a separate end of the table and bring utensils to avoid cross contamination. If you’re at a party and you are unsure of the ingredients in a dish, don’t eat it. Stick with the food you brought. It’s always better to play safe than sorry. After all, you want to be well to discuss all those ads the next day.
Which team are you rooting for? What will you serve at your Super Bowl party?