While Brian and I have never been football kinda people, we enjoy the Superbowl. I like it for the commercials, I admit it. (I think Brian secretly likes the commercials best too, but he'd never admit it :) )
This was the very first year since we've been married that we had the ability to watch the Superbowl at home. Until a few weeks ago the only TV in our house would only play movies. We didn't have cable, we didn't even have an antenna. But now we're busting into the media world, 1950s style. We have an antenna! I decided to celebrate our first Superbowl watching at home by making yummy foods to eat.
3 8- or 9-inch flour tortillas
3 oz. cream cheese, softened
1-2 tbsp. Ranch dressing
6 pieces bacon, cooked and crumbled
1/2 cup shredded lettuce
1 large tomato, diced
Ranch dressing for dipping, if desired
(I also added a bit of shredded Colby-jack and cheddar cheeses)
Cook bacon and let cool, then crumble.
Lay out tortillas. Mix together the cream cheese and ranch dressing in a small bowl until smooth, then spread mixture over the tortillas. Sprinkle with lettuce, tomato, bacon and cheese.
Doesn't that look pretty?
Roll up the tortillas tightly, then slice into 1 inch pieces (We just cut them in half). Serve with ranch dressing for dipping. (We skipped the dipping. They didn't need it in our opinions)
Source: Annie's Eats