Soup- er Easy Super Bowl Party Healthy Recipes
What else is better to feed and please a hungry crowd for a Super Bowl party than a Soup-er easy supper?! Entertaining should be fun and easy – and the host should able to enjoy the party too! A hearty and satisfying meal on the table is simple with belly-filling and heart warming soups. One-pot meals are great because they leave easy cleanup, without the hassle of tons of dirty dishes, they feed a crowd and can easily be frozen in batches for making ahead or dinner another day. Wait until you try my winning must-try “soup-er” suppers! To celebrate the Super Bowl, Enter DISCOUNT CODE SUPER25 for 25% off my cookbooks! An offer you can’t refuse
Super Bowl Party Healthy Recipes for Soup-er Menu
An all time favorite with my simple recipe for Chicken Tortilla Soup from KITCHEN 101 with rotisserie chicken, corn and a few other ingredients. I love to have a condiment bar so everyone can top with their favorites (avocado, red onion, cheese). Nothing beats or is more popular and easier than my 6 ingredient Quick Shrimp and Corn Soup from Gulf Coast Favorites to include a seafood soup. And, last in my family, always requested is my Chicken and Sausage Gumbo (diabetic-friendly) from my Louisiana cookbook, Gulf Coast Favorites. Make ahead and freeze to pull out for the party.
Tips for an easy Soup-er Bowl party:
- – A soup buffet is the perfect solution to feed a “come and go crowd.”
- – Serve soup simmering on the stove or use crock-pots to keep your soup warm.
- – Have mugs by the soup so guests can eat at their leisure.
- – Freeze soups ahead of time.
Super Bowl Party Healthy Recipes and Shortcuts
Included in my Super Bowl party healthy recipes I always have a few appetizers scattered around and pick up desserts so my time isn’t spent in the kitchen and I lose my place on the sofa.
- – Pick up assorted cheeses and decorate with grapes for appetizers.
- – Make it easy on yourself and pick up a hearty salad with bottled dressing and pick up bread.
- – Go to the bakery for team themed assorted cookies.
- – Take advantage of the time-saving shortcuts that are available these days. Dislike chopping o nions?
- Now you can buy fresh or frozen white and green onions already chopped – no tears required!
- You can also buy cabbage, perfect to throw in that coleslaw.
- – If a recipe calls for chicken, use rotisserie or frozen grilled chicken breasts from the store.
- – Double the recipe and place half in the freezer to pull out when we have the urge.
- – Don’t be afraid to buy a part of a recipe instead of creating it, such as marinara sauce
Super Bowl Party Healthy Recipe for Pomegranate Margarita Martini
No bartenders needed! Serve up this easy-to-make Pomegranate Margarita Martini in a pitcher. Pomegranate and margaritas pair up with a martini for a dose of fun and antioxidants. Be sure to make a big batch as it will surely get polished off!
Pomegranate Margarita Martini from Holly Clegg’s trim&TERRIFIC Too Hot in the Kitchen: Secrets to Sizzle At Any Age
Makes 3 cups
2 cups alcoholic margarita mix
1/2 cup pomegranate juice
1/4 cup tequila
1/4 cup lime juice
1. In pitcher, mix together all ingredients. Serve over ice or in martini glass.
Nutritional information per serving: Calories 118 Calories from fat 0%, Fat 0g, Saturated Fat 0g, Cholesterol 0mg, Sodium 3mg Carbohydrate 24g Dietary Fiber 0g, Sugars 17g, Protein 0g, Dietary Exchanges: 1 1/2 other carbohydrate
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