Super Bowl Party with Gourmet Finger Foods

My Garden Life
January 22, 2018
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Do you get the feeling that you serve the same appetizers at every party? Switch it up for this year’s Super Bowl party. Below are some gourmet finger foods even your pickiest guests will love!

Baked Radicchio and Herb Goat Cheese

Baked Radicchio and Herbed Goat Cheese Dip

Herbs, goat cheese and radicchio all mix together in perfect dip harmony.

Cherry Pepper Poppers Cherry Pepper Poppers

If you like jalapeno poppers, you are in for real treat with these Cherry Pepper Poppers. Your taste buds will be salivating for the tang of the cherry peppers and salty prosciutto.

Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes Stuffed Cherry Tomatoes

You can’t go wrong with anything that has cream cheese and this recipe is no exception, add in the shrimp and tomatoes and you have the perfect party appetizer.

Plate of Fresh Nachos with a Pepper Cheese Sauce Triple Pepper Cheese Dip

Step up the
flavor of your nacho sauce by adding three pepper types. This colorful,
appetizing cheese dip stands out against all others.

Spiced-up Deviled Egg Spiced-up Deviled Eggs

If you and
your guests love spicy foods, then kick it up a notch with this lively twist on
a classic recipe.

Let us know
in the comments if you tried any of these delicious
recipes for your Super Bowl party!


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