10 Foods That'll Arrive Intact at Your Game-Day Party (PHOTOS)

Liz Alterman | Jan 19, 2016 Food & Party
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  • Sriracha Spiced Bacon


    Lori of The Kitchen Whisperer created this Sriracha Spiced Bacon and says the aroma while it bakes is both "intoxicating and strong." 

    "You just literally wanted to curl up next to this bacon, hug it, call it your friend ... and then eat the entire pan in front of the world unapologetically," she says. 

    If you can bear to part with it, bringing this along to a party will make you the instant MVP.

  • Skinny Zucchini Mozzarella Sticks


    Who doesn't love a tasty mozzarella stick? If you're trying to eat a little bit lighter, you might want to give these Skinny Zucchini Mozzarella Sticks a whirl. Mariah of Mariah's Pleasing Plates bakes rather than fries them. She recommends dipping them in either ranch dressing or marinara sauce. Crispy and delicious!

  • Homemade Pretzels


    If you were at the stadium you'd probably buy a pretzel or two, so why not give the crowd an in-person feel by offering these Homemade Pretzels? Emi of Well-Traveled Wife makes hers with cinnamon and sugar so they can double as dessert. Yum!

  • Herbed Tomato Galette


    Image via culinaryginger.com

    Because not everyone at the Super Bowl party wants to leave stuffed to capacity, bring this Herbed Tomato Galette along. Janette at Culinary Ginger uses Gruyère cheese for extra flavor. What a refreshing alternative to traditional pizza! 

  • Caprese Appetizer


    Again, non-meaters will thank you for serving up something they can enjoy just as much as the carnivores. These Caprese appetizers are not only delicious, but they also make a pretty presentation, as Laurie at Cookin' Up North points out. 

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