Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Super Bowl Challenge...Recipes and a Mini Unit

Well, the results are in. It looks like we have a couple of teams set for Super Bowl Sunday!  Congratulations to the Ravens and 49ers.  So who are you pulling for?  I would love to hear!  ME?  I don't have a dog in this fight, so I'll be spending all my energy and efforts into rounding up some delicious Super Bowl munchies for all the men in my life.  (Husband, sons, their friends, dog, etc.)  
In honor of the quickly approaching Super Bowl, here are some of our favorite Super Bowl recipes. 

HANKY PANKIES--(1 pkg of sausage (med), 1 pkg of Velveeta cheese, crushed red pepper, and rye coctail bread)  Brown sausage in skillet.  Add cheese and crushed red pepper to skillet.  Continue to cook/heat until cheese is completely melted and sausage is cooked through.  Remove from heat.  Add a spoonful of the mixture to each of the rye cocktail bread slices.  Heat in oven to toast the bread.  Serve warm.

BBQ CHICKEN TORTILLA PIZZAS-- flour tortillas, cooked and shredded chicken, your favorite brand of Salsa, BBQ sauce, chopped red pepper, shredded Mexican cheese    Heat oven to 350.  Top each tortilla with a layer of BBQ sauce (like a pizza), Drop shredded chicken all over the layer of BBQ sauce.  Top with chopped red bell pepper and shredded cheese.  Place on ungreased baking sheet. Bake 15 minutes or until cheese bubbles. Serve with your favorite salsa.

HOMEMADE BROWNIES--1 1/4 cup margarine, 4 eggs, 2 cups of sugar, 1 1/2 cups of flour, 2 tsp of vanilla, 3/4 cup cocoa, 2 cups nuts (optional) Preheat oven to 350.  Melt butter and add cocoa mix.  Stir in sugar and blend in eggs.  Add vanilla.  Stir in flour and nuts.  Mix well.  Bake in greased 9x13 pan for 30 minutes.  Cool; Serve

Let's hear it Super Bowl Fans...what's your favorite snack recipe for Super Bowl Sunday?  I'm looking for something NEW, QUICK, and EASY this year to add to my existing list.  Leave me a comment with a recipe for something you think we'll like!  If I select your recipe to try, (my family gets to vote on which one we'll try) I'll send you the Super Bowl Challenge for your classroom FREE!  (See image below)   **We'll select by Monday, Jan. 28th 8:00 p.m. EST

If you have a 2nd, 3rd, or 4th grade classroom, you might enjoy the Super Bowl Challenge for your students! This mini-unit has a variety of activities that appeal to all the little sports fans in your class. (And even those who aren't)  If you purchased last year, be sure to RE-DOWNLOAD it...as it has been updated for 2013!  You and your class can make some predictions, do some problem solving, interpret a graph of super bowl wins, share some recipes, practice with fact/opinion, etc.  It makes for great fun on the Friday before the big game!  $1.95  

Bananas for a good excuse to have a smorgasboard of goodies sitting around to GRAZE on,


Amy Howbert said...

I'm with you! Not for either side, wish both brothers as coaches the best! I'll be cooking as well for Mr. Packrat, (hubby), sons & friends!

Amy Howbert
Little Miss Organized

BeverlyP said...

I'm not a fan of either, but I guess I'll go for the Ravens since they are the state next to me, and I have friends there! I will be busy cooking for the hubby, sons, friends and parents!
Here's a recipe for you!

Chili Cheese dip- (super easy)
~ soften 8oz block of cream cheese
~ 1 can of fav. chili, no beans
~ monterey jack cheese w/jalapenos
~ tortilla chips

Spread cream cheese in bottom of pie plate
Spread chili over cream cheese
cover with monterey jack cheese
Bake at 350 - for 15-20 min. till cheese is bubbly
Serve with tortilla chips

Suzy Q said...

This is right up my alley! I love making things in the kitchen. All of these are best done ahead, leaving you plenty of snacking time on game day!

Layered Greek dip: hummus, herbed cream cheese, cukes, tomatoes, Kalamata olives, green onions, feta cheese. I like it with white corn chips. (http://www.ourbestbites.com/2010/12/7-layer-greek-dip/ if you want proportions)

Loaded baked potato dip: 16 oz. sour cream, 16 slices cooked crumbled bacon, 1/3 cup sliced green onions, 2 cups shredded cheddar. Top with more bacon, green onions and cheese. Serve with thick potato chips.

Cheesecake swirled brownies. Enough said. I like raspberry jam with this and have never done the foil thing and the brownies always come out of the pan easily without it. (http://www.beantownbaker.com/2009/04/raspberry-cheesecake-swirl-brownies.html)

Hope your family likes these!

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Michelle said...

We're going to try a few of these!! THANKS for sending us some great choices! I can't wait until Sunday!
Suzy Q-sent yours!
BeverlyP, I need an email address! :-)

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