5 Super Bowl Coffee-Inspired Snacks
It’s almost Super Bowl time and everyone is concerned about the big question: what will you snack while watching the game?
To make it easier for you we collected the five best coffee inspired snacks for your game night. These easy to make dishes will make your game night delicious and keep you caffeinated throughout the night.
Coffee Bacon Sandwich - recipe by Joy Wilson
This sandwich is a play of the traditional BLT. it includes ground coffee marinated bacon with brown sugar and chili powder. To make it even better, the bread slices are topped with goat cheese spread with chopped dates, lemon zest, and red pepper flakes. These can be a great snack to share at the table during game night.
Sweet and Spicy Coffee Jerky - recipe by Rachel Graville
Another meet coffee marinated snack to share or pass around the living room. Rachel created this recipe after drinking Manhattan Special soda, a fizzy, coffee-flavored drink created in 1895. This thin sliced beef snack is marinated in coffee and coke for 6-8 hours before baked for another 4 hours, so make sure to prepare it in advance!
Coffee and Chipotle Tofu Wrap - recipe by Kelcie in Cleveland
After two meat dishes, here is one for our vegetarian friends as well! Make this recipe in the kitchen and serve in front of the TV, or make it a buffet style mexican dish in the living room where each guest can add their own toppings. This delicious recipe includes sliced coffee and wine infused extra-firm tofu with garlic and peppers. Served on whole wheat tortillas with shredded carrots, cucumber, corn, and roasted tomatoes.
Coffee Dry-Rubbed Salmon Tacos with Tomatillo-Avocado Slaw - recipe by Jeff Smith
We continue with the Mexican-themed snacks with a fish dish. Unlike the previous dishes, this one uses a coffee spice rub over marinating the fish to save time. Less cooking time and more fun time? The salmon in this recipe is covered with a blend of coffee, chilli powder, brown sugar, salt, pepper, and olive oil. It is served with a cabbage slaw mixed in a puree of tomatillos, cilantro, garlic, sour cream, and avocados. This one is also good to have on the table for the guests to build their own tortilla.
Coffee Chocolate Chip Cookies - recipe by Cindy Carnes
After you had your coffee savory snacks, drank more coffee to stay caffeinated (maybe some Irish Coffee to get booze and caffeine), and sang with Maroon 5 at the halftime show… It is now time for dessert. What is better than cookies to share with your guests? Coffee chocolate cookies? Yes! This recipe uses, almonds, chocolate, and coffee for the best balanced taste. It is fast to make and best served warm.
No matter what team you will be rooting for, we wish you a fun night with your friends and family, full with delicious snacks and great coffee.