Get Super Bowl-Ready With Food Network Star Valerie Bertinelli’s Party Perfect Snacks
If you’re working on your Super Bowl party menu, Food Network host Valerie Bertinelli’s snack and appetizer recipes are a great place to start. The best part? These are all super easy recipes to make, plus they’re delicious, five-star Food Network champs.
From dip to appetizers to dessert, the Valerie’s Home Cooking host has got your party covered.
Bertinelli’s Southwestern Egg Rolls With Salsa Dipping Sauce
With shredded cheese, frozen corn, canned black beans, canned green chiles, and frozen spinach, the TV culinary star’s handy and delicious snack couldn’t be easier. A good quarter-cup of the just-spicy-enough filling is placed onto egg roll wrappers. The egg rolls are then baked in a preheated 425-degree F oven for about 20 minutes.
Don’t skip Bertinelli’s salsa: reviewers reported it was worth making from scratch.
“I love the salsa. I make it often. The family loves, loves, loves the rolls,” one home cook said. Another reviewer added, “Crazy good and inexpensive to make for a crowd. I’ve made them countless times.”
Follow along with Bertinelli’s Food Network video and get the full recipe on Food Network’s site.
The Food Network star’s Mini Bell Pepper Poppers with Bacon are a flavorful appetizer
With just six ingredients, Bertinelli’s cheesy bell pepper snacks are the perfect party finger food.
Mini bell peppers are cut in half and cleaned, then filled with a mixture of cream cheese, Cheddar cheese, chopped Fresno pepper, chopped crisp bacon, and milk. They’re baked for 15 minutes in a 400-degree oven and served hot.
“Everyone raves about how good it was! As an added benefit it was very easy to make,” one home cook wrote on Food Network’s site.
Another satisfied fan said, “These were easy and very tasty. Great nibble with wine.”
Find the recipe and reviews on Food Network’s site.
Bertinelli’s Spicy Feta Dip is a quick snack
The beauty of this snack is it comes together quickly: roasted red pepper, Calabrian chile paste, salt, and garlic are chopped in a food processor. The feta cheese, broken up first, is added and pulsed “until the feta is incorporated into the pepper mixture.”
Refrigerate for 30 minutes, then serve. Bertinelli suggests serving “with crackers, veggies, on sandwiches or burgers.” However you serve this dip, it’ll be gobbled up in no time.
A home cook wrote on Food Network’s site, “I don’t know if it will end up in the refrigerator for the 30 minutes before we dig in.”
Get the recipe and reviews on Food Network’s site.
Save room for Valerie Bertinelli’s Classic Gooey Brownies
What could be better for dessert than fudgy brownies? With instant espresso powder and dark chocolate chips, Bertinelli’s brownies pack a chocolaty punch.
Home cooks wrote on Food Network’s site of this classic chocolate dessert, “I’ve made these brownies twice now and both times delicious,” and “These were amazing! My coworkers ate them all up almost immediately. Great for chocolate lovers and fairly simple to make.”
Go to Food Network’s site for the full recipe, video, and reviews.
Make your game day menu a winner with these easy snack and dessert ideas from Food Network’s Valerie Bertinelli!