That's right - this post is specifically for my friends in Guam! Since we do not have the luxury of watching Super Bowl on Sunday evening...I thought I would put together a Super Bowl Brunch menu:
Quarterback Sack Sausage, Egg and Cheese Burritos, Hail Mary Honey Baked Ham, Coach's Chips and Queso, Pigskins in a Blanket, Field Goal Fruit Tray, Punting Potato Salad, Touchdown French Toast and most importantly - Spiked Lemonade and Bloody Marys!

This adorable 6th Birthday Party was submitted by my friend, Jenny Lord. She did an amazing job carrying the Scooby Doo theme throughout the entire party!  I love her creative use of dog bowls on the "Scooby Snack" table!
 For more details on her themed menu, "mystery activities and their fun-filled "Doggie Bags"
 please click below
No planning necessary for this party - Occasions Magazine has taken care of it for you! To re-create this event, click on the link below
The Super Bowl themed menu includes: Touchdown Desserts, Game Changing Chili, Hang Time Hot Dogs, Playoff Pizza and Super Bowl Snack Mix
Use this drink calculator from evite to help prepare for your next party. Just remember, you know your guests the best...so use this tool as a guide, but purchase what you think will be best.


What a great idea for Super Bowl or Cinco de Mayo! Individual items are easy to maintain on your buffet and are great for portion control. You can turn a simple plastic cup into an attractive menu item for your next party plus less clean up!

Your Super Bowl party can look like this....thanks to Hostess with the Mostess!
Here is another great idea for your Super Bowl watching party - Bit Size BLTs!

"Minis" are great for Super Bowl parties and there are so many options! They are quick bites your guests will enjoy and not leave them hungry! Here are some examples of my favorites: grilled cheese, crab cakes, sandwiches, hamburgers, pizza plus macaroni and cheese. You can also place menu items and their condiments in individual shot glasses - for example - french fries and ketchup or julienned vegetables and ranch dip.
These marshmallow lollipops work great on a buffet, as a gift or a party favor. I placed a lollipop stick (found at any craft store) into the marshmallow, dipped it in chocolate and rolled the marshmallow in crushed holiday peanut butter m&ms. You can also roll them in peanuts, crushed mints or sprinkles - whatever you like!