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Football Field Guacamole Dip

Adapted from our friends at Hamilton Beach ®

Having a football themed appetizer for your Super Bowl party is a must!  This appetizer is not only a conversation piece but it is actually a healthy treat, rich in both heart healthy omega 3 fatty acids from the homemade guacamole, and antioxidants from the vegetables. Serve this dip alongside fresh cut vegetables like cucumbers, bell peppers, and/or carrots in addition to traditional corn chips. 

Ingredients: Superbowl Party Dip

1 jar or container of your favorite cheese dip

1 container of your favorite salsa

10 small pretzel sticks

10 green olives

10 black olives

20 baby carrots

¼ c mustard

1/3 c sour cream

1 miniature sausage

1 Tbsp. chocolate chips

For homemade guacamole...

5 ripe avocados

2 jalapeno- seeded and chopped

½ red onion chopped

½ c chopped fresh cilantro

2 tsp. garlic

Juice of 1 lime

Dash of sea salt to taste


1.  To make it, use aluminum foil or parchment paper to create three sections in a large 9x13 rectangular serving dish. Fill the center with guacamole (see recipe) and the ends with salsa and cheese dip, creating the outline for a field and two end zones. Then, fill a piping bag, (or simply fill a plastic sandwich bag and snip the corner off and use as a piping bag) with sour cream to create the lines on the field. Don't forget to make a line where the field and the end zones meet.

2.  To make the football, use a miniature sausage and lines and laces were drawn on with sour cream. * Bonus tip place leftover sausages in small crock pot with your favorite barbeque sauce and salsa 3:1 ratio for another appetizer option.

3.  To make the football players, you need olives (green and black) and baby carrots. Use a small knife to trim the olives into the shape of a helmet and gently press them onto the end of a baby carrot until they are secure. Optional: use a piping bag (or homemade version) of mustard to draw a face mask onto each carrot. When you have the teams assembled, you can start placing them on the field.

4.  The goalposts are made with pretzel sticks. White or dark chocolate is the perfect edible glue to hold them together; just melt a few morsels in the microwave until they begin to soften. Let the goalposts dry for about ten minutes on wax paper, then add them to the field.

5.  For guacamole- place peeled and seeded avocados, chopped red onion, jalapeno (remove seeds if you do not like too spicy), cilantro, garlic and lime juice in food processor and blend till smooth, it's okay to be a little chunky texture. 

And there you have it!  Your very own delicious mini football game for your party.

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