Just realized today is Super Bowl Sunday? Well if you are still scrambling to make something special before kickoff, fear not... here are 3 last minute ideas that you can finish in under 15 minutes! Seriously - so run to the store and hustle on back! This round up of tasty treats will elevate your game day soiree, big time with a grownup take on some game day classics... because who doesn't love lemonade, popcorn and potato chips? No one, that's who.
For other fun cocktail ideas and fabulous game day spreads, click here to read up on this series!
1 MINUTE TIPSY ARNOLD PALMER COCKTAIL RECIPE
Iced Tea (or hot tea left to cool)
Simple Syrup - optional and can be substituted for sugar or left out entirely
Lemon to Garnish
// If you love a good Arnold Palmer, then this tipsy version is perfect for a game day refreshment. Fill a tall glass with ice, add 4 ounces of iced tea, and 4 ounces of Smirnoff Ice Original. Add 1/2 ounce of simple syrup if you like your tea more like sweet tea (which I do) and garnish with a lemon slice.
HOT + SOUR CHIPS RECIPE
Salt + Vinegar Kettle Cooked Chips
Blue Cheese Dressing
Hot Chili Oil
// Pour Chips into a bowl and drizzle blue cheese dressing lightly over the top. Sprinkle several dashes of the hot chili oil on top of that along with a very light sprinkling of chili flakes. Chop 2-3 of your green onions and sprinkle over top of chips. If you want to make this as a dip, simply add blue cheese to a dipping bowl, add a few sprinkles of hot oil and chili flakes, then top with a light bit of your chopped green onions.
EASY POPCORN BALL RECIPE
14 Cups of Pre-popped Popcorn (Skinny Pop has a plain variety)
1 10 ounce Bag of Mini Marshmallows
4 TBSP Butter
// Melt butter and marshmallows on low to medium heat, in a large saucepan. Once melted, remove from heat and add popcorn. Stir until coated and form into small balls. (I do this with my hands inside plastic baggies that have been sprayed with coconut oil and it keeps me from having a sticky disaster.) Let these form up and cool completely on waxed paper.