I made Cupcakes and Queso. He made Calzones. YUM.
The Calzones are my mother-in-law's recipe, which involves stuffing whatever fillings you want in dough and baking it until it's golden brown. I don't have a specific recipe to show you.... sorry. Greg made them.
The Queso involved NO VELVEETA WHATSOEVER. I wasn't about to ingest plastic, so I searched for a more natural, honest, and homemade recipe, and found this. It was amazingly delicious and easy to make. It stayed nice and bubbly in the slow cooker.
The Cupcakes, honestly, were the star of the show (although I might be a little biased). I did a chocolate cupcake filled with hand-whipped cream and topped with Nutella frosting.
I used this chocolate cupcake recipe, which always comes out unbelievaby perfect each time I use it. I used this buttercream frosting (which is amazing by itself) and then added Nutella to it until I thought it tasted "nutella-y" enough (maybe about 1/2-3/4 cup). And then since I don't have special pastry tools to fill cupcakes, I cut a little cone-shaped hole with a paring knife and squeezed heavy whipping cream that I whipped up in the holes and then frosted them. They were AWESOME!!!
What did you nibble on during the Superbowl?
Sorry... I don't care what you thought about the game, commercials, or the halftime show. Everyone knows the food is the most important part!