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Get your Philadelphia Eagles cheesecake in Hamilton, NJ

Over the next couple of weeks, you’ll see the Eagles from all over as the area gets excited for the Super Bowl on February 12, when the Birds take on the Kansas City Chiefs.

If you have a few friends watching the game, you know it’s all about the food… and the commercials.

Have you started thinking about your playtime menu? If not, you better get closer. I’m sure there are already orders placed all over the area.

We’re going to a party and they asked me to bring some sweets. Perfect. I love a theme. I’m on the lookout for all things green Eagles.

While scrolling through Facebook I saw something that caught my eye.

Look how cute these are….

They’re little cheesecakes, if you haven’t figured it out yet. So cute. They look delicious, don’t they?

They are made by The Cheesecake Lady on Nottingham Way in Hamilton Square. He’s getting ready for the big game by making bites of cheesecake in Eagles green and white, some with green sprinkles, and the center row of the box reads EAGLES.

These would be perfect for a Super Bowl party. Easy to grab and put in your mouth so you don’t miss any action.

Receive your orders immediately. You can call or text (609) 667-4500.

If pizza is more your style, Marcello’s Pizza Grill, home of Tik Tok star Sally Slices, will be making its green pizza again, just like they did during the playoffs and asking you its famous question, “Corner or side ?” referring to which side of the pizza you prefer.

Whatever you eat on Super Bowl Sunday, make sure you’re rooting for the Eagles.

Good luck. Take it home, boys.

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