Super Bowl Recipe Favorites from a Washington D.C Party Host Helper
The big game is around the corner, and whether you’re throwing a big party or small get-together for the big game, food is an important component of any great gathering! Party Host Helpers has you covered! One of our Washington D.C Party Staff for Hire, Ashmara, loves throwing football-themed parties and she shared some of her favorite Super Bowl recipes.
Ashmara has been a member of the Party Host Helpers team for over 2 years, and loves helping with parties of all kind!
“Immediately when I read about the company, I knew it was a company I wanted to represent. The parties & events that I’ve worked have been nothing short of class, elegance, and positive vibes. I enjoy working events for the experience, and meeting diverse people of different background and cultures!”
“I particularly love football parties because they are so fun to decorate! I think setting up a big buffet table with some football field decor is a really fun way to add some flare to the party!”
Here are a few of Ashmara’s super easy, delicious game day recipes to make your party a hit this year!
You can’t have a football party without buffalo wings! These delicious, spicy wings are a crowd pleaser, and healthier than your average wing because they are baked! Check out our favorite recipe here.
Mini hotdogs/sausages are always another must-have at any party. These are great because they are easy to prepare, and super delicious! Make sure to cook extra because these will go fast! Check out the recipe here.
Instead of ordering pizza this year, why not make it? This recipe is great because it’s easy to prepare and can also be frozen for later! Save some time and make it a week or two before, and pop it in the oven when your guests arrive! Swap out any of the topping ingredients or make a few different versions so everyone gets what they want! Check out this recipe here.
If you’re a seafood fan, mix it up with this yummy dip! All your favorite ingredients that make up the popular dish are combined with cheese, what could be better? Check out the recipe here.