All attention this week is turning to Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas. I’m invited to a Big Game party at the home of a friend in Fort Myers who cares more about the food than football. You probably have one of those friends, or perhaps you ARE that friend. I’m trying to come up with a different dish to contribute to the soiree rather than my usual. Of course I turned to social media for some new ideas and inspiration and want to share them with you too. Here are 5 easy party foods for big game gatherings in SWFL this weekend and for TikTok Tuesday.

cutting board loaded with cured meats, cheese, nuts and olives

Hey, there is nothing wrong with bringing a cheese and charcuterie board to a party. It takes a little time to assemble but it is great for noshing and no cooking is required.

Football party food ideas

Supermarkets are loaded with all kinds of snacks and game day goodies. Sure you can pick up a bag of chips and a pre-made dip. Or maybe bringing the booze is your contribution. However, at some point it is nice to have something a little more substantial to eat. It doesn’t have to be all junk either.

If you are looking to make some healthful snacks for your party, here are some I posted for New Years. However, they are good for all year long and for all occasions. In addition, I’ve put together five videos that stood out in my foodie feeds this week for even more inspiration. If you don’t have a TikTok account, don’t worry. We will use mine. Scroll down and hit play from this post. The videos are office friendly and easy to share with co-workers and friends. Here are 5 easy party foods for big game gatherings in SWFL this weekend. Check them out.

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