Hosting a Super Bowl party this Sunday? Here are easy party tips and recipes from some of the Couture Girls!
Heidi: Have a Bloody Mary bar! I like to use Tito’s Vodka and Tres Agaves Bloody Mary Mix. Layout mason jars rimmed with celery salt to fill and in separate containers display crisp bacon, blue cheese stuffed olives, celery, radishes, lemon wedges, poached shrimp, jalapeño wedges, fresh grated horseradish, and a couple different kinds of hot sauce. In addition to these delicious drinks, make sure to have plenty of comfy seating and an array of finger foods within an arms reach.
Kayla: My favorite football watching treat is guacamole- the spicier the better! Mix up avocados, onions, sliced jalapeños, jalapeño juice, salt and Tapatío. All to taste! Pair with any chip, I think Nacho Cheese Doritos go very well with it. Make sure to bring your favorite dish to the party to share with everyone, and bring lots of it!
Katie: Usually you can find me posted by the food table -I only attend Super Bowl parties for the commercials and treats- but also make sure to have plenty of drinks! In addition to beer, wine and/or cocktails (the more the merrier right?), include a tasty mocktail for a creative non-alcoholic choice. One of my favorites is a mint cooler. An easy recipe is muddled mint, ginger beer, lime, and ice (you can add club soda if you don’t love ginger beer). Add simple syrup, cucumber, grated ginger, or jalapeños to spice it up, or an alcohol such as gin or vodka to make it a tasty cocktail!