Published on February 9, 2022 | Last Updated on February 9, 2022
I love a good Super Bowl party! There’s something so familiar and comfortable about this day year after year that brings me so much joy! The football squares, the funny commercials, the kids running around, the adults lounging on the couch… oh and of course -the food! Even when your team isn’t playing, there’s still so much to be excited for at a Super Bowl party.
This year, I decided to add a fun activity for our friends and family with Super Bowl Bingo! I mentioned “familiar” when I described the Super Bowl and I have a feeling you’ll find these bingo squares all too familiar as well!
You can download my Super Bowl party Bingo card by clicking the download button above. The image is meant for a standard 8.5×11 sheet of paper so you can easily print it at home. Be sure to print all 6 pages so not every family member has the same bingo cards! Then grab some bingo dabbers (these are on Amazon prime and should arrive in time for the game) and have fun!
And what would a Super Bowl party be like without the snacks! I created this oversized snack board with items from our local grocery store. To start with, I grabbed the largest serving board I owned. Mine is round but any shape would work. Next, I aimed to include a few football shaped items such as the bread bowls for the dips, the football brownies, and the ham and swiss melts!
To make the bread bowls for the dips, I purchased a few “bolillo rolls” from the bakery department at our grocery store. The rolls were 4 for $1 so very budget friendly! I picked out the ones that were the most “football-shaped” that I could find. Using a serrated knife, I cut a smaller football-shaped hole in the top and hollowed out the roll. I filled mine with dill dip, French onion dip, and some Pico! To top them off, I cut laces out of slices of cheese. For the white dips, I used cheddar cheese and for the Pico, I used a slice of muenster.
The football brownies were so fun to make. I cut the center strip out of two-bite brownies, leaving the two semi-circle ends. I slightly pushed them together with a dab of icing. Next, I used the white piping icing to make tiny laces on the top.
The ham and swiss melts were the final football themed item I made. I sliced 6 mini croissants almost all the way through then rolled up a slice of ham from the deli and then added a half slice of swiss. I popped them in the oven at 350 for 5 minutes to get them nice and toasted! And aren’t these football picks adorable? I snapped them in half so they wouldn’t overhang the sandwich too far.
The remaining items on the boards are some fun snacks like wings, tortilla chips, fritos, guac, and m&m’s. I added blue cheese and ranch in little ramekins as dipping sauces for the wings. To make the board extra Super Bowl party themed, I purchased some cookies from the Bearded Baker and scattered them on top of the board. They’re so cute and took the board to the next level!
What are you making for your Super Bowl party this year?