These tasty Super Bowl recipes are the best of the bunch!
You can’t host a Super Bowl viewing party without serving food. It’s a party essential.
If you’re having friends and family over to watch the game, then you’d better come up with snacks to serve.
Sure, it’s easier to order in, but you’ll save so much more if you just prepare the food yourself. Plus, it’ll make your guests feel extra-loved.
Complete with burgers, wings, pizza, and an assortment of dips, this list has everything you’ll need to make your party a success.
Don’t worry, kitchen newbies, these recipes are all beginner-friendly. Some don’t even require cooking at all!
From all-time favorites to creative innovations, these Super Bowl recipes will make game day even more exciting.
Just look at how amazing it is! It literally looks like a football. Is there a dip more fitting for Super Bowl than that?
Apart from the mind-blowing presentation, though, this dip is also seriously delicious.
You can’t go wrong with a mix of cream cheese, mozzarella, and parmesan. Topped with salty pepperoni, this party snack is a certified hit.
Just because you’re not from the East Coast doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the deliciousness that is the White Castle burger.
This burger is iconic for good reason.
Don’ be fooled by its plain appearance! It may be simple, but this burger is one of the world’s best.
If you’re going for the classic Game Day snacks, look no further than this recipe. Buffalo wings and the Super Bowl go hand in hand!
With this recipe, here’s what awaits: extra crispy skin, juicy meat, and a savory and spicy sauce.
Be sure to prepare at least a dozen per guest, as these wings are wildly addictive.
Give your guests a refreshing palate cleanser with a gorgeous fruit platter. Mangoes, pineapple, kiwi, berries, melon, cantaloupe, and grapes – what a wonderful medley of colors and flavors!
Garnished with sprigs of mint, this platter is as beautiful as it is delicious.
Did you know that in 2020, Chipotle released its recipe for its mouthwatering guacamole?
I can’t believe I only found out about it recently! I’ve never made guacamole any other way since.
This guacamole is insanely rich, creamy, and absolutely amazing.
These BBQ chicken sliders give me so much joy. Trust me, you’ll be hooked on the first bite!
Tender buns are filled with juicy BBQ chicken shreds and delectable cheeses. They’re so good, it’s impossible to stop at one.
7. French Fries
Nothing beats the classics. French fries are quite possibly the most iconic American snack, so it only makes sense to serve them at an all-American event.
When it comes to fries, the ones from Popeyes rank high on my list.
They’re as crispy and crunchy as any, and the Cajun coating adds a wonderful flavor dimension.
8. Pizza Rolls
Too busy to prepare something elaborate for game day? It’s okay, just pop those frozen pizza rolls in the air fryer, and you’re all set!
The air fryer does a marvelous job at heating up frozen goods.
While you can also use the oven, the air fryer gives you the same results, only a lot faster.
French fries are great, but let’s also not forget about their less popular yet equally delicious cousin.
Sweet potato fries are for those who want their snack with a hint of sweetness.
Having a Tex-Mex themed viewing party? These nachos are a must-have, then!
What’s great about this recipe is that you only really need to cook one thing – ground beef. The rest of the ingredients are store-bought.
11. Cowboy Chili
Give your game day a southern flair with this ridiculously tasty cowboy chili!
A rich and spicy tomato stew is loaded with perfectly seasoned ground beef and pinto beans.
Serve this with cornbread to get the party started.
If you’re a sucker for the sweet and smoky flavor profile, this pizza is for you.
Topped with BBQ sauce, shredded chicken, onions, cilantro, mozzarella, and gouda, this pizza is nothing short of amazing.
13. Mac & Cheese
Mac and cheese is a rich and hearty pasta dish that’s not only perfect for game day but any day as well.
Seriously, give me mac and cheese any time of the day, any day of the week, and I’ll be happy. Especially if it’s the same recipe as Trisha Yearwood’s!
Just look at how gorgeous these wraps are! I’m already drooling just staring.
Chicken cutlets and bacon crumbles are smothered with buffalo sauce and stuffed in a soft tortilla along with fresh tomatoes and ranch dressing. Yum.
15. Potato Chips
Here’s another classic game-day snack for ya.
Potato chips are some of those treats you just can’t live without. Even if you lead a healthy lifestyle, potato chips are impossible to resist.
Fortunately, this recipe makes super crispy and delicious potato chips that won’t ruin your diet.
Put those frozen goods to good use – turn waffles and chicken fingers into these epic sliders.
With a drizzle of maple syrup and a dollop of coleslaw, these bite-sized treats are tasty as can be.
17. Fried Chicken
We can’t have a list of Super Bowl recipes without featuring fried chicken now, can we?
If the thought of frying chicken scares you, don’t be! This recipe is easy and equips you with helpful tips to ensure fried chicken success.
18. Potato Skins
Soft and fluffy potatoes are smothered with cheese, bacon, and sour cream, and baked to perfection.
It’s all you can ever ask for in a classic baked potato dish! From the skins to the flesh to the toppings, this snack gets a 12/10.
19. Texas Trash
There’s absolutely nothing enticing about its name, but trust me, Texas Trash is a must-have on game day.
This snack is fully loaded – from Chex cereal to pretzel crisps to nuts.
The different levels of crunch will make you want to munch on them all day long!
20. Chili Dogs
These chili dogs are outrageously delicious. The buns, the hot dogs, the chili, the cheese – everything works together so well!
There are lots of steps involved, but they’re definitely worth it.
21. Corn Dogs
When it comes to heating frozen goods, you can always count on the air fryer.
It’s the only gadget that won’t require oil, yet can make anything wonderfully crispy. It works a lot faster than other kitchen appliances, to boot!
With the air fryer, you’ll get delicious, perfectly cooked corn dogs in no time.
22. Potato Wedges
They’re just like fries, only thicker. They’re also baked instead of fried, so we really can’t feel guilty about eating them now, can we?
Rich mac and cheese and crispy bacon are stuffed in an egg roll wrapper and deep-fried until golden brown.
Talk about innovation and a wonderful fusion of Asian and American cuisines!
Did you know that store-bought ketchup is loaded with fructose and preservatives?
Those will do your body no good, so just whip up your own! Don’t worry, your participation is very minimal. The slow cooker handles almost everything.
Bring Auntie Anne’s to your viewing party with these soft and pillowy pretzels.
Whether you dunk them in chocolate or cheese, you can’t go wrong.
John Wayne was a tremendous actor, and he has a drool-worthy casserole named after him.
Soft biscuit crust topped with seasoned ground beef, chilies, tomatoes, sour cream, and mayo is all baked to perfection.
It has everything you want in a taco but in casserole form!
Is it pizza, or quesadilla? Who cares?! All that matters is that they’re delicious.
Filled with pizza sauce pepperoni, bell pepper, red onion, black olives, mushrooms, and ooey-gooey mozzarella, these pizzadillas will be a huge hit.
This isn’t your ordinary cornbread, folks.
Loaded with Mexican blend cheese, creamed corn, sour cream, diced onions, green chilies, and jalapenos, this cornbread is bursting with flavor and color! It’s the perfect pair to chili.
How awesome are these sliders, am I right? Looking at them alone is making me drool.
These buns are packed with hotdogs, chili, cheese, and jalapenos!
In the mood for Chinese? These dumplings will surely scratch that itch! Don’t worry, you won’t have to make the filling from scratch.
Instead, you’ll simply air frying frozen dumplings. This recipe is easy, but they sure hit the spot.
Coca-Cola is a refreshing drink and an awesome marinade. This Coca-Cola chicken dish is proof.
Aside from the sweet and savory flavor, the texture is also on point: crispy on the outside, juicy on the inside. It’s perfect!
Love tacos but hate the mess? This casserole is all you’ll need.
Filled with taco beef, Frito chips, cheese, tomatoes, and lettuce, this is the embodiment of Tex-Mex casseroles!
Are you a vegetarian or serving people who are? Say no more! These buffalo cauliflower wings have you covered.
They’re crunchy, tasty, and just darn delicious. They’re so good even non-vegetarians will fall in love.
Tenderloin is slow-cooked for 7 hours with root beer and BBQ sauce. No wonder this dish is insanely tender and full of flavor! Serve with your favorite bread or buns and you’re golden.
These pepperoni pizza rolls give the Italian classic a new twist.
All the essential elements are there – pizza crust, mozzarella, and pepperoni – but the shape is brand new!
36. Sloppy Joes
School cafeterias gave sloppy joes a bad reputation. It’s time to give this often disliked dish a second chance.
Say goodbye to runny, overly sweet sloppy Joes! Trisha Yearwood’s recipe is a sure win.
It’s amazing how this recipe only calls for three ingredients! It’s so easy, too. You’ll just pop all three in the slow cooker and forget about it.
Two hours later, you’ll be treated to a delectable, sweet, and savory dish perfect with rice or bread.
38. Sloppy Joe Pizza
Give the Italian pizza a southern flair. Load the crust with tomatoes and ground beef and mozzarella, and what do you get? Phenomenal sloppy Joe pizza!
I never thought that tomatoes could ever be the star of a dish until I came across this recipe.
Sweet, hollowed-out cherry tomatoes are stuffed with guacamole. It’s such a simple idea, but the flavors and colors are really something else!
Bite-sized sausages are wrapped in bacon and then coated with brown sugar.
Pop them in the oven, and you’ll get crispy and tender, sweet, salty, and savory delights!
Potato wedges are tossed with olive oil, lemon juice, garlic, and oregano. Once roasted, they turn wonderfully golden and crispy.
If you ask me, ribs are a menu essential on game day.
There’s just something about devouring these succulent, fall-off-the-bone ribs while watching the game!
43. Cowboy Caviar
From flavor to texture to color, cowboy caviar gets a perfect score.
Whether used as a dip or a topping to nachos and tacos, this rustic caviar won’t disappoint.
It’s the rich, garlic-y, and buttery counterpart of the tangy and spicy buffalo wings.
Not everyone likes hot wings, so this kid-friendly variety is also a game-day must-have.
Instead of nacho chips, try tater tots! Because why not? The crispiness and fluffiness of the tots add a nice textural dimension to the classic nachos.
46. Sausage Balls
These sausage balls are the bomb! Each bite is meaty, cheesy, and purely sublime. I highly suggest you double the recipe, these balls won’t last long.
47. Salmon Patties
I’ve been featuring mostly sinful recipes here, so how about something wholesome for a change?
Not only are these patties made from salmon, but they’re also cooked in the air fryer. They’re healthy and delicious.
48. Chicken Tenders
Thanks to Bisquick mix, these chicken tenders are super easy to prepare.
With a Bisquick-parmesan-paprika coating, these tenders are unbelievably crispy on the outside and delicious all the way through.
Make pizza the effortless way! With sliced French bread, your favorite toppings, and the oven, you’ll have rustic, homemade pizza in just 15 minutes.
Pigs in a blanket are always the first to disappear at parties. So if you want yours to be a guaranteed hit, you’d better serve these scrumptious treats!
Detroit pizza is the rebel in the pizza family. Unlike any other pizza, it’s rectangular and slathered with cheese sauce on top.
It doesn’t follow the rules, but it’s mind-blowingly amazing.
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