Super Bowl Party Decor, Drinks and Dishes.

Throw the ultimate Super Bowl Party with these creative tips for this year’s matchup.

We’re Switzerland in this Epic Battle & Went for Team Neutral Picks – Just Add Your Team Colors!


Because it’s the little things that count.

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Get your kids in the game-day mood with these easy DIY party decor ideas from Audrey at Oh So Lovely.

Stretch your legs during halftime and play a few games outside! This is an excellent game brought to you by Melissa over at Kid Friendly Things To Do.

I can’t think of a more practical use for empty Pringles cans. Can you? Loving this idea from Nicole over at Simple and Seasonal.

Because who wouldn’t love a big bowl of chili with crazy toppings? Tater tots? Yes please! Loving this great post brought to you by BuzzFeed.


Cheers to an excuse to start drinking during the day.

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Give yourself a break and set up a build-your-own-drink bar. Guests will enjoy playing with unfamiliar recipes and you’ll be able to relax while they host themselves. Bottles Fine Wine has some excellent recipes that just about anyone can make on their own.

Leave it up to Martha Stewart to come up with a cute (and fitting) cocktail name like Tequila Touchdown. Learn how to make it in her blog post.

Talk about refreshing! This Tailgate Sipper from Amanda over at Fake Ginger is screaming my name. I guess I now know what I’ll be indulging in on Super Bowl Sunday.

Just when you though you’ve seen (and tasted) every Sangria recipe out there… we bring you these Cider Beer Sangrias from Jessica over at How Sweet Eats. Slurp!

Just because the Panthers didn’t make it to the big game doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate with their colors anyway. Check out this festive Carolina Panther Punch from Lindsay over at Life Love and Sugar.


Because Football Season is Snack Season.

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If you’re looking for an entree dish to feed a crowd, my Mexican Macaroni and Cheese satisfies both your spicy and cheesy cravings all with one dish.

When it comes to cupcake decorating, I’m swooning over this kid-friendly dessert from Charlottean, Erin Brighton. I’ll take the whole platter please! Note: I am in awe on how she made the frosting look like real grass.

Who doesn’t love a good beer cheese with pretzels? This recipe from Rachelle over at Beer Girl Cooks is super easy, flavorful and fun to make. You might want to prep two batches, because this will disappear fast!

There’s something extra special about a dip that is sweet, flavorful AND healthy! This vegan and gluten-free indulgence from Sarah over at Bucketlist Tummy pairs perfectly with fruit and graham crackers.

How beautiful is this Loaded Cowboy Queso recipe from Becky at The Cookie Rookie! I love her idea of using flour tortilla cups for scooping. This recipe is begging you to devour it all in one go.

These tasty handheld sliders from Morgan over at Host The Toast look absolutely stunning. Talk about showing off the ultimate cheese pull.

Because we live in “The South” we absolutely needed to include a good cheeseball recipe. This show-stopping centerpiece from Holly at Life In The Lofthouse would make an excellent appetizer that is ideal for a crowd.

From all of us here at Scoop, we wish you a fabulous Super Bowl Sunday!

Make sure to also check out the recipes in last year’s Super Bowl post:

Super Bowl Eats + Drinks by the Best Charlotte Food Bloggers