With my team playing the reigning Super Bowl champs this year, you would think I would be ecstatic for Sunday’s game. Sadly I’m not. Every year I stress for a week or two about what to serve for our annual Super Bowl party. After scrolling for some new recipes through cookbooks and Pinterest, I decided to reach out to some local friends for ideas. What I came to find out was I’ve been over thinking my Super Bowl menu for years. Almost every person I talked to makes a simple and delicious dip. So this year I’ve turned my Super Bowl feast into the Dip Bowl!
Bacon and Swiss dip is a favorite for Anne Bradley, marketing director at the Center for the Arts. This dip is super easy and quick to make. It’s best served hot, so save it as your last cooking project on Sunday.
Bacon and Swiss Dip
Caroline Pembroke, store manager at Stio, has Rotel Dip as her go to Superbowl snack. I made this the other night for a few friends and it was devoured within an hour.
Rotel Dip1 pound of Jimmy Deans pork sausage, hot 1 pound of Jimmy Deans pork sausage, medium 3 packages Philadelphia Cream Cheese 1 can Rotel Tomatoes, medium 1 can Rotel Tomatoes, hot Brown the sausage, drain fat. Mix in cubed cream cheese until melted. Stir in Rotel and serve warm with Tortilla Scoops
If you really don’t feel like spending time in the kitchen there are plenty of places to grab some delicious dips and snacks. Swing into Jackson Whole Grocer and head to the kitchen section to fill up containers with their famous coleslaw, olives, and hot bar delights. If you are heading to Teton Valley, stop by Victor Valley Market and grab some of their popular spinach and artichoke dip!