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February Is National Snack Food Month

Super Bowls are probably the biggest snack event of the year.  

It seems every year I forget something and have to run around trying to figure out what to get at the store.  

Below are a few recipes you can throw together in no time and your guests will love them.    

Shrimp Dip:  This is one of my favorites. I always have these ingredients on hand just in case.  

1 pkg of cream cheese
1 can of DEVEINED shrimp
Salt and Pepper to taste    

Place cream cheese in a glass bowl, drain shrimp (keep juice). Combine drained shrimp and cream cheese. Add small amounts of the shrimp juice as you go to loosen up dip. Dip should NOT be runny. It should be the consistency of a sour cream dip. To serve use any cut up veggies or any chips.    

Cheesy Chili Dip:  

1 pkg of Velveeta 2 to 3 cans of chili (no beans)
2 small cans of diced green chilies
Salt and Pepper to taste    

Cube Velveeta. Combine 2 cans of chili (no beans), cubed Velveeta and 1 can of green chilies in a crock pot. Set on low and stir every 10 minutes. Check after 1 hour. I like mine with lots of chili. If you feel you need more chili add the 3rd can of chili (no beans) and the 2nd can of green chilies. To serve keep in the crock pot and serve with tortilla chips.  

Deviled Eggs: The amount of eggs is dependent on the amount of guests you’ll have  

2 Doz. Eggs
2 Tbsp brown mustard
1 small can of Salmon
Salt to taste
Paprika  

Boil eggs the night before you put them together. Peel and cut eggs in half length wise. Place the yoke in a glass bowl. Combine yokes and brown mustard. Start with ¼ can of the Salmon, add more as needed. Make sure these are made at least 2 hours before your guests arrive. Refrigerate. Sprinkle eggs with paprika when removed from refrigerator. Eggs should be placed in a stay cool container when left.

Enjoy the Game!!!!
 
 
 

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