Super Bowl Snack Board | Richmond Moms

 

Super Bowl eats are known for being heavy—cheesy dips, fried wings, and rib-sticking chili. And we’re all about comfort food, but we also love to serve a little something green to go along with it. That way, there’s something for everyone, from kids to adults, meat-lovers to vegans, and every appetite. That’s why we are kind of obsessed with this adorable Football Board from Maegan, the uber-talented mom behind The BakerMama. The best part? You can work with any ingredients you have. “Shape a delicious selection of brown snacks in the middle of the board for the football shape and then fresh green snacks around it for the grass,” explains Maegan. She adds: “Snack boards are all about variety and balance. I love including a delicious selection of foods, including lots of healthy vegetables and fruits. It’s amazing how simply shaping the snacks into a festive shape excites even the pickiest of eaters.”

 

 

For more from The BakerMama, check out her amazing cookbook:  https://thebakermama.com/beautiful-boards-cookbook/ and check her out on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/p/B1kMNTGAD3n/. She’s also sharing more Super Bowl recipes here: https://thebakermama.com/recipes/winning-super-bowl-party-recipes/.

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