With Super Bowl 45 just around the corner, many households are beginning to stock up on chips, dips, microwaveable delights, and enough wing sauce to gag a horse. Or a lumberjack. But what to serve this fine feast of finger foods (and their accompanying sauces) in? Well, no Super Bowl party is complete without a few super green bowls. 

As you sit down to snack your face off and marvel at a bunch of commercials that cost more to air than most of us make in a lifetime — the Green Bay Steelers and the Pittsburgh Packers Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers are also playing football, apparently — on Sunday, make sure you have a few good serving bowls at the ready. All seven of the bowls featured below are made from eco-friendly materials and are meant to be reused over and over again except for the fourth item. With these, you can throw a post-Pro Bowl composting party.

For even more party-centric bowl options, check out my Super green bowl posts from 2009 and 2010. And while we're on the topic of parties and messy food I'll leave you with this: a few nontoxic household stain remedies

Bamboo Bowls @ West Elm ($5 - $29) 

Mango Wood Bowl (small) @ Our Workshop (£13)

Casa Recycled Glass Serving Bowls @ Pottery Barn($39)

Wasara biodegradable bowls @ Branch ($6/12, $62/50) 

Core Bamboo Chip & Dip Set @ Amazon.com ($30.50/each)

Confetti Bowl 5.5" @ The Conran Shop ($6)

Fire & Light 11" Recycled Glass Serving Bowl @ Eden Home ($58)

Matt Hickman ( @mattyhick ) writes about design, architecture and the intersection between the natural world and the built environment.

Super green bowls 2011
Jalepeno poppers. Check. Vegetarian chili. Check. Enough wings to feed the Hungarian armed forces. What's missing? A few eco-friendly bowls to serve your Super