Luna Archey
February 8, 2017

Pass the snacks, please! 

Whether you’re supporting the Patriots, the Falcons, or the refreshments of the day, there’s no arguing that snacking is absolutely necessary on this Sunday! No Super Bowl Party is complete without a spread of chips, guac, wings, and any arrangement of overly cheesy, greasy, goodness.

If you’re a Patriots fan, this is old hat, and you might not have a problem with preparedness for the big day. But if you’re new to the bandwagon or supporting the underdog, the customizable Construct-A-Plate allows you to make custom team memorabilia on a budget! No need to rush to the store and get new table settings to match your team, simply print up a design with the Construct-A-Plate Mobile App to let your team spirit be known! This allows you to change it for the next game or big occasion so you always have the perfectly themed table! Imagine being the host that always has it together.

What if my toddler isn’t the MVP of cooperative mealtimes?

Especially if you have your own little football players that might not be super interested in the game, snacking is the perfect way to pass the day away and get you to the halftime performance with minimal resistance or breakdowns. Add a new activity to the fun and you’ll have the day complete!

With the Construct-A-Plate, your child can make their own design. Just print up a blank template with the Construct-A-Plate Mobile App and let them create their own Game Day masterpiece! They can make up their own MVP award, a giant coin for the toss, a tribute to the halftime performance, an imaginary team that comes and takes the title, or even put themselves in the big game. A child’s imagination can be so creative, and the Construct-A-Plate allows you to showcase their imaginative creations on the table for everyone to enjoy (plus everything is better when snacks are involved). 

Veggie Pizza Recipe

Trying to make it through the Big Game with some yummy snacks that minimize the not so yummy fats and salt that usually accompany viewing party snacks? Even a normal veggie pizza is dripping in buttery oil, so here’s an alternative that has all of the yumminess and a little less guilt.


  • 2 cans crescent rolls
  • 1 package cream cheese
  • ½ cup ranch dressing
  • 1 cup shredded cheese
  • 1 crown broccoli (finely chopped)
  • 1 cup shredded carrots
  • 2 bell peppers finely diced (I like to use red and yellow to add an extra pop of color!)


  • 4 green onions finely chopped
  • 1 crown cauliflower finely chopped

Preheat oven to 350 degrees, unroll crescent rolls and make a “crust” on a lined cookie sheet.

Bake according to package directions, for about 11 minutes. In the meantime, mix together cream cheese and ranch dressing.

Let the crust cool slightly, then spread the cream cheese mixture across the crust. Sprinkle broccoli, carrots, and peppers on top, then finish with shredded cheese.

Press down with plastic wrap, and let cool. Cut into square pieces and enjoy on a Construct-A-Plate!