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Superbowl Recipes on Foodie.com App

Superbowl weekend is coming up on February 3rd.  I love finding and trying out new game-time food recipes since we watch a lot of sports during the year.  My husband and boys love watching football and basketball, so there are games on most of the year at my house.

I downloaded the free Foodie.com iPAD app where they have 40 yummy looking recipes to help inspire your Super Bowl party menu.  They have four different categories for appetizers, low-cal recipes, halftime soups and stews and fan favorites. 



Don't those sliders look delicious?

Here's a glimpse of some of the recipes.  I want to try these...

Pre-Game Dips and Bites:
  • Creamy Corn Salsa - I love corn in salsa.
  • Baked Pizza Dip - Yum!
 Low Cal-crowd Pleasers
  • Sea Salt and Honey Butter Popcorn - We love popcorn at my house!
  • Homemade BBQ Potato Chips - These are low-cal!  Must try.
Halftime Chilis, Soups and Stews
  • Veggie Salsa Chowder - Looks so yummy!
  • Loaded Baked Potato Soup - I love baked potato soup.
Ultimate Fan Favorites
  • Bacon Wrapped Pretzels - Looks like salty goodness!
  • BBQ Chicken Nachos - I love anything on a chip, specially BBQ chicken.
I loved how the Foodie.com iPAD app only had Superbowl recipes ideas with step by step instructions and great pictures.  New recipes on various themes are released on every other months, from back to school meals in under 30 minutes, to summer BBQ favorites and everything in between.  I can't wait to check out their next set of recipes.  Yum!

Top 40 Game Day Recipes - Free iPad App from Foodie.com
 
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