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The Big Bowl Game Party Ideas!

The Big Bowl Game Party Ideas!

This Sunday is time for one of the most watched television programs of the year. Instead of watching the game alone, you can celebrate it by throwing a party. Football game parties are usually a huge success and if you want people to remember yours, be creative with your food, your beverages and add some decorations to celebrate.  Serve up all that great football food, burgers, brats, chips and dips, wings and snack mixes, their is no wrong way to celebrate the big game.         Pigskins in a blanket!  Mini hot dogs wrapped in refrigerated crescent dough and baked.  Pump up your pigskins by brushing them with melted butter and topping with sesame seeds, poppy seeds, or your favorite herbs.   Use refrigerated pastry dough cut out in football shapes and fill with mozzarella cheese and pepperoni.  Top with a second football shape and cut lace patterns into the top before baking.  Serve these up with a hearty marinara sauce.

What About Watermelon

How about carving a watermelon like a football helmet and then filling it with cut up fruit to offer at least one more healthful option to your game day spread?


Bring on the junk food!  Isn’t that what this coming Sunday is all about?

Shari’s Berries

You could buy these yummy football-themed treats and take them to your party host, or make these yourself!


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Chloe is the creator of Celebrate & Decorate. Chloe is passionate about having a comfortable and well designed home - she also loves to entertain family and friends. Learn more about Chloe. Follow Chloe: Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, YouTube


  1. Suzanne Sparks says:

    Loved your ideas, especially the football shaped little pastries with pizza filling & marinara sauce for dipping, Chloe! I always enjoy reading your posts—I can’t do any cooking & decorating anymore as I have fairly advanced multiple sclerosis, but I appreciate seeing all that you’ve done. Blessings, Suzanne Sparks

    1. Oh Suzanne, I am so sorry about the MS, I hope you have help at home. Thank you so much for your kind words. I really LOVE hearing from my readers. I don’t cook or entertain nearly as much as I used to.

      1. Suzanne Sparks says:

        Thanks, Chloe! I am so blessed to be married to my best friend, the most amazing man—my husband, Lowell Sparks, is a retired physician. He helps me with so many things. Two years ago, we combined households with my mother (after my dad died), who is just darling. Our son & wife live only 2 hours away and we get to see them often. Thanks again, I just love seeing your posts!

    1. Thank you Carole! I was hoping for the Saints. I don’t have anything against the Patriots, but I get tired of seeing the same teams again and again.

  2. We’re not into the game but love the snacks! These would be great while we’re huddled underneath our blankies.

    1. Kind of sounds like me, Sandra! Cuddle up and stay warm, I have been thinking about you, I know it has been too cold to take that little dumpling of an angel out of the house. Give her a cuddle and a kiss!

  3. Great ideas Chloe! I particularly like the helmet carved out of a watermelon. Thanks for sharing your ideas with us,

    1. Thanks so much Edmee! I won’t be hosting a party for the game this year, alas, I was rooting for the Saints!

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