Super Bowl on the Spectrum

You may not be rushing out to a loud, crowded Super Bowl party but that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate at home.

Gluten Free Super Bowl Snack

Crispy Sweet and Spicy Chicken Wings

These onebite wonders are jampacked with delicious flavors, starting with a crispy, sweet crunch and finishing with a spicy aftertaste.  Get the recipe here

Fried Mozzarella with Marinara

The perfect finger food for your little ones.  Just watch out for finger prints and crumbs!  Get the recipe here


Cheesy Cauliflower Breadsticks

What a genius way to sneak in some veggies.  Also, everything really is better with cheese.  Get the recipe here

Sloppy Joes 

Messy, and delicious!  Kids always love a messy meal.  This recipe uses spices to hide the fact that it is meatless.  Get the recipe here

Buffalo Chicken Dip

This is one of my favorites!  Dip some celery in for a crunchy treat.  Get the recipe here.

No-Bake Cookies & Creme Mini-Cheesecakes

I’m hungry just looking at these.  I can see the kids scarfing them down, and licking the frosting off of the top!  Get the recipe here

Creamy Hot Artichoke Dip with Gluten Free Garlic Toast Rounds 

Indulge for one day with this ooey gooey dip.  Gluten free dinner rolls helps make this dish complete.  Get the recipe here

Do-It-Yourself Games

You can set up simple games for your kids, to help keep them engaged during the game OR if you are trying to encourage some interaction with siblings.   All you will need is some masking tape, and a nerf football!

Make your field goal on a wall:

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Tape 3 lines on the floor, with varying distances.  If you are playing with little ones, you’ll want to make these relatively close to the field goal!

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Everyone tosses 5x each, and the person with the most points “wins!”  You can pass out treat from the Dollar Store, give extra “screen time” or give out a certificate to the winner.

Props

Pom Poms

Cut various colored tissue paper into small strips. Gather paper towel and toilet paper holders, wooden dowels or long straws and have kids tape the ends with colored tissue. Bring out at rally time.

Flags 

Cut 7″x10″x10″ triangles out of construction paper. Get kids to decorate rally flags with markers, glitter and paint. Glue (we suggest a glue gun) the finished flags to a wooden dowel or hang them up around the room.

Enjoy the game!

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