An important part of hosting a fun(Amazon link) Super Bowl party is the food. The trick is to go simple but still have satisfying appetizers and snacks that will score big points with your guests. Let this photo-worthy Super Bowl Party platter in the shape of a football stadium be your inspiration as you plan your menu for The Big Game.
A Truly Awesome Super Bowl Party Platter
Let’s take a closer look at this beautiful Super Bowl Sunday snack and sandwich platter.
- Lower Bowl: Crackers form the walls of the lower bowl seating sections inside. Pretzels, cheese cubes, ham cubes, popcorn, and potato chips fill the seats.
- Upper Bowl: Stacks of sandwiches, additional snacks and rolled up meat with toothpick flags.
- Entrance Walkway: Along the left side of the stadium is a covered walkway with slices of deli meat for the roof supported by pillars made of rolled up cheese.
- Outer Edge: Want more meat? The outer edge of the stadium is lined with rolled up ham, turkey and roast beef.
This Super Bowl party platter really has everything. It’s even surrounded by ham and salami meat walls. Yep. Meat walls. The only thing that could make this platter any better is bacon.
Have A Fun Super Bowl Party!
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NERD NOTE: The first Super Bowl game was held on January 15, 1967 at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. The game featured the NFL champion Green Bay Packers and the AFL champion Kansas City Chiefs. The Packers won the game 35-10, becoming the first ever Super Bowl champions. The game was watched by an estimated 61 million viewers, making it the most-watched program in American television history at the time.
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