For those of us that lack a combination of time, equipment, patience, or acclimate weather we can get the job done in the crock pot. Follow this recipe, slap the tender pork onto your roll of choice, and top with your favorite barbecue sauce and coleslaw. Our copycat recipes of Flame Tree BBQ Sauce and Creamy Coleslaw would fit the bill perfectly!
Norway: Berry Cream Puffs
To save your sanity on game day, you can make the puffs and cream the night before, and simply assemble everything just before your guests arrive. Adding fresh raspberries and blackberries keeps the dessert light (just like the ones at Epcot), yet oh so flavorful. Grab one before you serve them, because they will be gone in the blink of an eye!
Morocco: Apricot Baked Brie
Spice Road Table, in Epcot's Morocco pavilion, is one our favorite restaurants at Walt Disney World, and we always order the apricot baked brie appetizer. Served in a ramekin with crispy bread, it’s an indulgent treat that’s perfect for parties.
France: Dessert Crepes
Crepes have two great things going for them: the batter is better if it can sit for a while (do it the night before and it’s one less thing to worry about in the morning) and they are still tasty at room temperature. My advice is to set up a build-your-own-crepe station with a stack of crepes, berries, Nutella, whipped cream, and anything else you like. Your guests will love it, and you don’t have to be a short order cook!
Japan: California Rolls
And thanks to globalization, even stuff like the seaweed paper is easier to find in large grocery store chains. You can eat the little rolls with chopsticks, or with your fingers if you don’t feel like being fancy. After all, finger foods are the name of the game at a Super Bowl Party!
United Kingdom: Scotch Eggs
This easy recipe turns pub fare into a delicious bite size morsel, perfect for parties, tailgates, and the Super Bowl!
China: Cream Cheese Wontons
It's actually a bit odd that Epcot's China pavilion doesn't offer a version of this! Nonetheless, it's a food which your guests will devour with glee.
Italy: Caprese Bites
Simply skewer sliced cherry tomatoes, mozzarella cheese, and basil onto a stick of your choice, then drizzle with balsamic vinegar. Done. Easier than pie. And nothing is more Italian than combining those three ingredients. Plus, even the most carnivorous of your guests will enjoy them, and you won’t have wasted money on a veggie tray!
Germany: Pigs in a Pretzel Blanket
These pretzel dogs will have you ready to join the dancing at Biergarten! Also, they’re good enough to be a part of your regular game-day or tailgating retinue, so save the recipe. Make sure to enjoy one before they leave the kitchen, because just like the cream puffs, these pretzel dogs will be a hit!
Mexico: Black Bean and Cheese Taquitos
Canada: Beer Cheese Soup
While soup is definitely not a finger food, your guests are sure to love it and go back for seconds. To really pump up the Canadian factor, and turn the dish into a very finger food, serve it over french fries for a Beer Cheese Poutine!