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5 Super-Easy Superbowl Appetizers To Keep You In The Game

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    Christine Fischer of Cooking with Cakes may not be a pro chef, but that doesn't mean she's a mere novice in the kitchen. The self-taught culinarian — who's all for healthy, accessible recipes — knows that succumbing to your five-day bacon craving does not make you weak. It just makes you human.
    Christine Fischer of Cooking with Cakes may not be a pro chef, but that doesn't mean she's a mere novice in the kitchen. The self-taught culinarian — who's all for healthy, accessible recipes — knows that succumbing to your five-day bacon craving does not make you weak. It just makes you human.

    Super Bowl Sunday is upon us, which means lots of fatty foods, pitchers of booze, and a terrible Monday are all headed our way. No matter which team you’re rooting for — or whether you even care at all — Super Bowl parties are always a good time.

    And, while we can surely expect a never-ending supply of smack talk and hot wings, sometimes, a girl wants something other than the heavy, tried-and-fried fare that's standard for the big game. Ahead, you'll find 5 crazy-easy appetizers that are a cinch to make, and will pair pretty nicely with a Bud Light, if you ask us. The best part? These dishes will have out out of the kitchen by kick-off.

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