Popcorn, Pretzels and Pecans

Snacks are essential for a Super Bowl party – especially ones that people can eat without plates or forks.  I usually have a brisket or a pot of chili or burgers to serve too.  Let’s face it, munching while you’re watching 4-6 hours of football IS GOING to happen.  So a few portable snacks are just the thing.

You know I like salty/sweet things and popcorn is one of my favorite snacks.  I decided to add some other favorite munchies to the popcorn for this big game.

These little popcorn boxes are convenient to have sitting around the room in easy-to-reach spots so we don’t have to get up and leave the game at a crucial moment when the snack attack hits!

Sweet and Salty Popcorn Snack Mix

 

Come share your Super Bowl Snack at my party!

2013 Superbowl and Chili

Small bowls of the pecan halves and pretzel twists alone are a big hit too.  Actually, I haven’t had too much snack food leftover after a Super Bowl Party.  Don’t overdo the snacks though, so the brisket, burgers or chili you serve at half-time will be eaten too.

Comments (4)

  1. Chrishelle

    Following via facebook from the adorned blog hop. Love this idea. This looks like a creative and yummy snack to serve my teen daughter and her friends while they are having one of their many movie nights. Thanks:) cheermamadrama.blogspot.com

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  2. marissa | Rae Gun Ramblings

    that looks so good! I hope you’ll be sharing it at my link party :)

    Marissa @ Rae Gun Ramblings

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  3. ang

    Hello,
    I found you via the Saturday Dishes link party at Paula’s site. This popcorn looks awesome – I pinned it to my Super Bowl Board :)
    Happy Monday!
    ang
    jugglingactmama.blogspot.com

    Reply
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