It’s that time of year again sports fans, and we want you to be ready. Love it or hate it, you’ll probably still be watching the biggest professional football game of the year. Here at FatWallet, we want to make sure you’re ready for your Super Bowl party. That is why we have scoured the world (aka the internet) to find the most delicious cocktail recipes perfect for sitting back and watching some good old American football.
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Take two of the most popular alcoholic drinks, throw them together in a “reese-esque” fashion, and you get the Beergarita. These frozen treats are guaranteed to be a hit at your party. Don’t think you’ll have the time to put this tasty concoction together on game day? You can make these ahead of time and throw them in the freezer until you and your guests are ready to drink them. You can find the recipe at Mrs. Schwartz’s Kitchen
Irish Whiskey Shooters
Sooner or later, you and your Super Bowl party guests are going to crash. After a full day of drinking, eating, partying, and most likely screaming at the television, it’s going to happen. We found the perfect antidote for this, the Irish Whiskey Shooter. These little guys are not only fun to drink, but will also help keep you going to see the end of the game. Head on over to Family Fresh Cooking to find the recipe for these great little pick-ups!
An old classic that has been recently revived, the Moscow Mule is a refreshing vodka drink that has a gingery twist on it. This is a quick and easy cocktail that tastes great, and takes practically no time to prepare. If you’re trying to be classy, or just want to go with tradition, throw back this drink in a copper mug. We found our Moscow Mule recipe at Esquire.
Being one of the only cocktails that you can drink before noon without getting weird glances, every drink list should include a Bloody Mary. We found a great recipe for a fully loaded Bloody Mary over at Serious Eats, but why stop there? Throw some bacon in it, or a cheeseburger, or a slice of pizza. It seems that when it comes to the Bloody Mary, bigger is better. So do you want breakfast and a drink, or breakfast in your drink?
Now we all know everyone who is anyone likes a little spike in their drink, but that might pose a problem for the young-ins. If the kids want to drink something sweet and delicious like mommy and daddy, go ahead and make some non alcoholic Sangria Punch. This recipe from Recipe4Living gives us something to serve to people who can’t, or just don’t want to, drink alcohol. Plus, if you decide later that you don’t care about what they want, the recipe has an easy conversion to an alcoholic variation!
With all of these delicious Super Bowl Cocktail recipes, even if your team loses, you’ll have too great of a time to care. (or you’ll be passed out on the sofa……)