Superbowl Foods and Plans


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Is anyone watching the Superbowl this weekend?  I’m not.

Is anyone cooking anything special for the Superbowl this weekend?  I’m not.

But I know many of you are either watching it or cooking things, so I’d like to refer you to my Game Day Recipes Post

Everything from (Kale) Chips and Dips and Hummus

Kale Chip

Up close of Hummus in bowl

To Guacamole


Close up of Guacamole

To Vegan Chili

Close up of Vegan Chili in bowl

To Vegan Fajitas

Two Vegan Fajitas on white plate

I think my Cheezy Veggie Bake would also be a hit with game-day fans

Plated Cheezy Veggie Bake

Please Check out the Game Day Recipes Post for More Recipes and Inspiration! 

Everything in that post is vegan and gluten free, but you don’t have to tell the meat-and-potatoes-screaming-at-television-crowd that info.

And if you want more inspiration, check out Jenna’s or Jessica’s Posts.  Now, those girls can cook.  I really need to get my in touch with my inner nacho when I read their posts.

From my last post about my love for all things vanilla, glad to hear I am not alone in my vanilladdiction. I liked hearing how you incorporate vanilla in your life.  One can never have too much vanilla if you ask me!  And a few people said that you don’t “love” vanilla, but you do love chocolate.  I can live with that.

I think Game Day Fans would enjoy Chocolate Covered Oreo Balls.   I do.

Chocolate Covered Oreo Balls
Close up of Chocolate Covered Oreo Balls on parchment paper


1. What are your plans for Superbowl Sunday?

Scott will watch the game out of the house with friends. That way when screaming at the TV ensues, I don’t have to hear it.  Nothin’ but zen over here.

I am working.  I would rather be working than watching football.  Not really a sports fan.   Although the commercials are usually entertaining.

2. What recipes are you thinking of making?  Or what would like to be eating?

I doubt I am going to make anything just for the game.  I have to work and won’t be watching it anyway.

Plus, I much prefer sweets to typical or the stereotypical savory game day fare, anyway.   So if I do make something, it will be a dessert.  But I don’t need it to be Superbowl Sunday just to make a dessert.

Have a great day!


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  1. We don’t do football at my house. Never have. It’s all about hockey here. HA! Besides we were out of town at…..a hockey game!! :)

  2. It is a bit weird to see avocado as “food” ^_^ in my society, avocado is “drink”, so u can have avocado float (with ice cream), avocado juice, iced avocado…..
    I think, it is obvious that i’m not watching superbowl, that sport is sooo not common in my home country ^_^

  3. you know, I don’t like football, but the thing I really hate about the Superbowl is that it’s the one day I year I actually join to watch it, but everyone talks the whole time and I don’t pay attention!

    gotta love the commercials though. even though they rarely live up to the hype.

    hmmm, my boyfriend likes Kale chips…wonder if I could make a batch for the whole crew

  4. we are watching the game (Go Packers!) and I’m making all kinds of fun stuff… I really like watching for the commercials, and I only sorta pay attention to the game… :D

  5. Im such a huge fan of football! Im counting the days till Sunday! Im thinkin healthy bar food. Plus some wine. Its my weakness!=)

  6. We are big football fans, Go Packers!! I have to pull for Greenbay since Flynn plays for the team (he was LSU’s Quaterback). I have no idea what I am cooking for the big night but I am sure it will include some buffalo dip!

  7. I have never watched a single superbowl— or any NFL game to be honest! Football is just not my thing.

    I still need to try your kale chips!

  8. You KNOW I’ll be watching the game! And probably drinking beer and eating gross bar food. I’m 3000% sure I’ll feel terrible on Monday, but hey, it’s the Packers in the Super Bowl!

  9. Happy belated birthday to Skylar! A couple weeks ago I made chili and had never thought of adding potato until after glancing at your blog the night I made it. It was awesome and my boyfriend LOVED it too! I’ll be working during the super bowl also, but I’m not too disappointed since the team I “root for” isn’t in it.
    I also finally tried the High-protein option raw chocolate chips cookie balls yesterday, they were SO good!! I plan on making a vegetable bake in the next few days and am totally excited. Thanks for the recipes, as usual they never fail to please.

    1. wow thanks for telling everything you’ve made and so glad it’s been a hit in your house!