By Lauren

So, its Super Bowl Sunday.  It’s the biggest game of the year (apparently.) and I’m actually pretty jazzed up about it.  Not because I like anything that’s consistently classified as “Super” (I do.) or because I care about sports (I don’t!) or even because of the outrageously amazing ads (ok, I’m still excited about that)… I’m just REALLY into the Harbaugh Brother Rivalry! 

John: "ARE YOU WEARING MY SHIRT?" Jim: "I LOOK BETTER IN IT!"

I mean, WHAT are their parents going to do? 

Whelp, I guess that answers that! 

I was on the phone with my sister last night discussing this matter and, more importantly, which dishes we will be bringing to our respective Super Bowl parties when it occurred to me…we just may have a little Super Bowl Sibling Rivalry of our own!

May I present to you… the FIRST EVER

(former) Kraselsky vs. (former) Kraselsky SUPERBOWL PARTY SNACK-OFF!

GameFaces: It. Is. ON.

We will each bring one savory and one sweet item. Feel free to let us know which items you prefer… or just enjoy the recipes below for Buffalo Chicken Dip, Oreo Truffles, Baked Brie, and S’mores Brownies!

I came to play with the crowd-pleasing Buffalo Chicken Dip!

It's not the prettiest dip. But it is delish. And you make it with this bad boy

It’s SUPER easy.  (Pun intended.) and people go CRAZY for it.  This is how you do it:

Ingredients: I run to the grocery and get the following: 1 rotisserie chicken (Costco also has a cheap/good one.), 2 8oz packages of cream cheese (I usually do a full fat and a low fat…like that’s gonna help.), 1 small bottle of ranch dressing, 1 bottle of Frank’s Original Hot Sauce, and a 16oz package of grated Sharp cheddar cheese. I like to serve this dip with Chicken in a Biskit crackers and celery sticks.

Old school. Delicious.

Directions: First, I get Greg to dismantle the rotisserie chicken while I’m in another room.  Ick.  Then I throw the chicken pieces into my blender with 3/4 of the bottle of Franks and blend.  Then I transfer the mixture to a pot on the stove and heat it with the 2 packages of cream cheese, 1 cup of ranch dressing, and 3/4 cup of the grated cheese until creamy.  Then I pour it into a Pyrex and cover the top with more grated cheese.  When I’m ready to serve, I heat it for 20-30 minutes at 350 degrees until it’s bubbly on top.

Prepare to have zero conversation while this dip gets wolfed down the moment you set it on the table.

For my sweet dish…I’ll be making my super easy Oreo TrufflesSomehow the post I wrote several years ago is nowhere to be found, but here’s another good how-to (although I use Wilton’s candy coating instead of semi sweet chips.)  In any event, they’re really easy. 

For an extra special gameday version (or the “extra point” if you will…) I ran to Michael’s and picked up some disposable candy decorating bags, rolled the filling into ovals instead of balls, and made them look like little footballs! 

teeny, tiny, delicious footballs.

So, I feel pretty solid about my “roster…” but my sister is a well-known amazing cook and fierce competitor!

Katie will be competing with her standard party favorite: Baked Brie.  (obviously her party sounds pretty high brow.)  

She always uses this recipe and said that she uses crescent rolls and switches up the jams.  She says the honey and sugar are optional.

For dessert, she’ll be serving her always delicious S’mores Brownies.

Here’s how you do it:

Ingredients:  You need 10 whole graham crackers (20 crossway halves), 1 package Betty Crocker brownie mix (and its ingredients), 2.5 cups mini marshmallows, and 1c semi-sweet chocolate chunks

Instructions:  Preheat oven to 350.  Line baking pan with foil extending beyond sides of pan and grease foil.  Make brownie mix as directed on back of box.  Try not to eat it all. Place 15 of graham cracker halves in bottom of pan (overlap slightly), set aside other 5 halves (break into large pieces). Spread brownie mix over graham crackers

Bake 28-32 min (toothpick comes out fudgey crumbs. DON’T OVERBAKE… and don’t turn your oven off just yet.)

Sprinkle marshmallows and chocolate chunks on top, then throw that sucker in for another 3-5 min or until marshmallows begin to puff.  Then press graham pieces into marshmallows and allow it to cool in pan.  Lift out of pan onto cutting board using foil and cut brownies…voila!

So, there you have it! 4 extremely easy gameday recipes you totally have time to make before kickoff!  Now, go forth, enjoy your commercials and…

May the best Harbaugh win!

xx, L

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  1. Bruce says:

    Great recipes! Looking forward to a tasty day! May the best Maryland team win!

  2. Sara says:

    Lover – Wonderful to hang out with you last night and indulge in your delish recipes. The Oreo Balls have already been requested by Ben. Oh, and I’m DYING over your Lulu scarf. Happy Monday!!

  3. LC says:

    I am DYING that I am SWF about you, SW.



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