Super Bowl Foodz!

Now that we’ve covered dips and snacks, let’s get into some more substantial eats.

When you’re cooking for a crowd, you can’t go wrong with a casserole, and this Mexican-Style Casserole is really tasty.  It’s like a cross between a burrito and lasagna, and it’ll serve a lot of people without a lot of work, which is always an added bonus!

Fantastic Picnic Submarines are another easy way to feed a crowd since you can just use a large loaf of bread and slice as needed.  These non-vegan approved (many times over) sandwiches are also a snap to make, and you can customize them with your favorite ingredients and sandwich spreads.

If you’d rather let people make their own sandwiches you can put out a couple trays with some vege deli slices, lettuce, tomatoes and all the other fixin’s alongside some sliced bread.  This Chickpea Salad is a great substitute for tuna, and it makes an incredibly tasty sandwich spread.

I guess these Cresent-Wrapped Vege Dogs could also fall under the snack category, but I’ve made a meal out of them on more than one occasion, so I’m including them with the rest of the meals here.  What can I say?  Easy and tasty.  And they look pretty cute too.

And finally, one of the foods closest to my heart (and I’m not ashamed to say it) – Fried “Chicken” Fingers!  Guys, these are the best.  A little more work than the other recipes, but they couldn’t be more worth it.  I’m contemplating soaking my next batch of these in some buffalo sauce, just for fun.

See you guys tomorrow for my final Super Bowl post!

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3 Responses to “Super Bowl Foodz!”

  1. These all look so delicious!! Especially the casserole and the subs:)

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