Superbowl Snack

Looking for a cute, healthy Superbowl Snack you can make with the kids?  I’ve got a Superbowl inspired veggie tray you can make with the kids before the big game.  This is not too fancy, but I’m sure people will get a “kick” out of extra effort you put into it!

Superbowl Snack

First, lay celery along the center of your platter for the field.  If you have a big crowd, you could use two layers of celery.

Next, create the lines across the field.  I used white string cheese sliced into thinner sections and just laid them across the celery.  An almond football goes down right onto the line of scrimmage.

To make the “fans” I used several serving cups to stand some red bell pepper and baby carrots in to look like they are slightly elevated from the field.  I filled in the extra areas with some cashews.

As a finishing touch, I just laid some pretzel sticks down to look like a goal post.  (I tried to make them stand in the air, but it was just too much work – even for me!)

What are your plans for the Superbowl this year?  What Superbowl Snacks are you ready to chow down on?

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Comments

    • Amy Hudson says

      Thanks Vicky! The kids loved munching on it – and I always feel better when fun party food is actually good for them!

    • says

      turn the other cheek…imagine it could’ve been worse like if we were in 1940′s world war II times now and ads played potrraying cartoons of “arab terrorists”? may have been the case at a local movie house… back then but with such a massive audience for S.B. LXLII it could never happen here even when we are living during time of war and i’m glad it didn’t!

  1. Tammy says

    Love this! I’m going to try it this weekend with a mix of greens (bell peppers, green beans, and celery). I found this on pinterest and can’t wait to see your other creations!

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