Easy Apps for Super Bowl Sunday

by Lauren Scrudato

The majority of Super Bowl parties consist of the generic finger foods such as pigs in a blanket, chips and dip, and the all mighty chicken wings. But here are a few ways to add a twist to your easy apps for Super Bowl Sunday:

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There are so many types of salsa available, along with varying degrees of heat, so let your guests decide what they want to dip their chips into with a salsa bar. Here are five salsa bar options to browse through, thanks to allrecipes.com and chow.com.

A scoop of this salsa will transport you away from the Jersey weather and have you feeling like you’re on a tropical island.
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Black Bean

If you’re still craving more beans after having Healthy Hoboken Girl’s vegetarian chili, dip into this black bean salsa, also filled with corn, tomatoes, and onion.

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Corn and Avocado
With over 158 million avocados consumed on Super Bowl Sunday, it’s a given to include this corn and avocado salsa.
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Pico de Gallo
The classic Mexican restaurant favorite will be a hit with your guests who like a kick to their salsa.
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This refreshing green salsa can be mild or turned up a notch with some heat – you decide!

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Mini Pizzas

All the local pizza places are going to be slammed on Sunday. Rather than wait an hour for delivery, offer bite sized pizzas that everyone will be intrigued by.

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And if there are children in attendance, relive your childhood by making English Muffin Pizzas!

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Buffalo Chicken Wontons
My aunt, the ultimate party hostess, made buffalo chicken wontons for a family party awhile back and they remain at the top of my list. The wontons offer an alternative for people who’d prefer not to get their hands messy with buffalo chicken wings.

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Pair these easy apps for Super Bowl Sunday with our recommendations for your party drink menu.

About the Author/s

Lauren is a writer and blogger for The Digest. A lifelong Sussex County resident, Lauren has adventured out of the sticks of northwest New Jersey to join The Digest team. When she is not commuting in rush hour traffic, she is typically frolicking outdoors or cheering on the Yankees.

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