Beef and Black Bean Chili
This thick Texas-style chili will be the hit of your Super Bowl Party! To crank up the heat, add chopped chipotle peppers in adobo.
Almond Honey Crunch
This recipe, featuring honey, sliced almonds and corn flakes, is perfect for kids to cook and snack on. These small clusters are fun to eat on their own or with milk or yogurt.
Peanut Butter-Rice Cereal Bars
Peanut butter, sugar and corn syrup replace marshmallows in these addictive cereal bars. Fudgy and rich, they rock.
Fruity Cereal Treats
Cheerios replace Rice Krispies, and dried fruit and nuts debut in this take on the Rice Krispie treat.
Cherry Almond Brown Rice Pudding
Make extra brown rice to use in this creamy dish that’s equally good for breakfast and dessert.
Pork Chops Braised in Milk
In this classic Italian dish, everyday pork chops are cooked in milk until tender and coated in a yummy caramelized milk sauce.
Gazpacho with Fresh Mozzarella and Garlic Croutons
This “summer in a bowl” is a great way to make use of fresh tomatoes in a different and simple way.
Sliders are the new Super Bowl burger—these are just a bite or two, but packed with a tasty layer of spicy guacamole.
Gussy up guacamole with pungent blue cheese, spicy peppers and creamy sour cream for an unforgettable party dip.
Roasted Red Pepper Dip
This spicy dip—high in calcium and vitamin C—is a perfect party appetizer served with a vegetable dunkers or toasted pita crisps.
Chocolate Chai Pudding
Chocolate pudding becomes exotic with chai spices and can be made in a moment’s notice in the microwave. Kids can even prepare as an after-school treat.
Pizza Bianca with Chicken, Caramelized Onions and Fontina
Savory roast chicken and tender caramelized onions on a crisp crust.
Creamy Fresh Greens Pasta Bake
This dish stars fresh spinach and kale tossed with ziti pasta and Cheddar.
Pork Chops with Orange and Thyme
These pork chops with an orange and thyme cream sauce are worth the splurge.