As much as I love an array of fancy dips and apps, these Super Bowl sandwiches are my faves for the big game!
They’re so easy to make and sure to please.
25 Easy Super Bowl Sandwiches to Feed a Crowd
Sandwiches are a no-brainer for parties.
Most of the ingredients are pre-made or can be made ahead of time. And they hold well on a platter while the game plays.
So if you’re hosting this year’s game, try one (or all!) of these Super Bowl sandwiches. Everyone will love them!
Texas pulled pork sandwiches are a huge crowd-pleaser for any occasion. But they’re especially perfect for the Super Bowl.
First, the filling is made in the slow cooker. So all you have to do is shred it and serve.
And second, it’s a saucy, meaty indulgence every sports fan can get behind.
Smothered in barbeque sauce, brown sugar, and delicious spices, it’s about as tasty as a sandwich can get.
Serve it in a soft bread bun with crunchy slaw. Yum!
Chicken Parmesan heroes will have you cheering for more.
Tender chicken breaded in a crunchy panko, and Parmesan coating is already super tasty. And they’re baked in the oven for easy cleanup too.
But then you’ll add lots of flavorful marinara sauce and thick slices of mozzarella. Wow is an understatement!
Nothing hits the spot quite like a classic grilled cheese sandwich.
This one is incredibly simple but is a winner every time. Plus, you can easily jazz it up with meats, spreads, or veggies.
Use your favorite white bread or sourdough, then pile it high with gooey cheese.
Serve this sandwich with tomato soup, and the crowd will go wild.
Forget those same old sliders and make these decadent bacon sandwiches this year.
Nestled between thick, toasty bread, you’ll find crispy bacon, caramelized onions, chipotle mayo, juicy tomatoes, and peppery arugula.
It’s like your favorite BLT amped up to 11!
I adore the heat from the chipotle but feel free to use regular mayo or Ranch if you prefer.
French dip sandwiches are perfect for game days.
They might not work well at fancy parties, but football fans won’t mind the mess one bit!
Throw a chuck roast in the slow cooker with some beef broth, and just wait. Tender, juicy, flavorful beef will be ready for a crusty roll in no time.
Don’t forget to save all that cooking liquid! That’s the dip, after all!
Between the crusty baguette, crunchy veggies, and tender meat, these banh mi sandwiches are too good to miss.
They’re a Vietnamese classic you can serve as a whole sub or sliced into smaller portions.
Either way, they take a little time to make. But I promise they’re more than worth it!
These homemade Reuben sandwiches will be an unforgettable addition to your Super Bowl menu.
Piled high with corned beef, cheese, and tangy sauerkraut, plus homemade Russian dressing, they’re utterly incredible.
Grill it all until the tangy rye bread is crispy and the cheese gets melted and gooey. Yum!
Packed with tasty meats like salami, turkey, and ham, and plenty of melty cheese, these party subs are a touchdown any day of the week.
Add some juicy tomatoes, tangy-spicy peppers, and a tangy vinaigrette, and they’re impossible to resist.
This sandwich will feed even the hungriest crowds. But you still might wanna make extra! I have a feeling you’ll need it.
If you’ve ever had a real Cubano, you’ll know just how addictive they are.
If not, prepare to swoon because these bad boys are about as good as a sandwich gets.
Loaded with mustard, mayo, mojo pork, Gruyere, smoked ham, and dill pickles, it’s a symphony of tastes and textures,
Say goodbye to hot dogs and hello to hot sausage and peppers.
This Italian-American sub is super popular on the East Coast but tastes just as good from New York to the Midwest.
Meaty Italian sausages cooked in a tangy, flavorful tomato sauce and served with soft bell peppers and onions…what more could you ask for?
Oh yeah, it all goes into a soft hoagie roll with some melty cheese. Wow!
11. Meatball Subs
Meatball subs are usually an instant victory. So why not make a batch and call it a day?
You’ll smother soft and juicy meatballs in a fantastic sauce, stuff them in a roll, then cover them in cheese.
They’re baked in the oven for ultimate cheese melting and bread crisping.
Meatball subs are a classic that will keep everybody full way past halftime.
Club sandwiches are always a hit. And the Super Bowl is no exception.
Overflowing with mayo, tomatoes, ham, turkey, bacon, and cheese, they’re filling, salty, meaty, and to die for.
I like to add smashed avocado for added flavor and some healthy fats. But the mayo is more than enough moisture to keep you coming back for more.
The hunt is over because these Philly cheesesteaks are a shoo-in for MVP this year.
Cook the tender sirloin, soft peppers, and onions in the same pan for maximum flavor. Then add as much Provolone as you can handle.
Load the meat and veggies into your favorite rolls and get ready for a wonderful meal.
Here’s one for the veggie lovers in the crowd. Doesn’t it look spectacular?
Tons, and I mean tons, of rainbow vegetables are piled onto this sandwich. Use all of your favorites, from purple cabbage to bright carrots and leafy greens.
It’s one of my go-to cream cheese sandwiches, thanks to all those yummy herbs.
In fact, this crunchy sandwich is so good, you might not want to share!
New Orleans muffuletta sandwiches are some of my favorites.
The key to a great muffuletta is the olive salad. It’s salty, tangy, and a great combination of veggies.
Layers of Italian cold cuts and cheese make the best sandwich filling too.
If you can find muffuletta bread, you gotta have it! But focaccia or ciabatta will do in a pinch.
If you’re only serving a few people, why not go all out?
Surprise your family with these prime rib sandwiches, and they’ll wonder what they did to deserve something so insanely scrumptious.
That juicy filling of beef, sweet onions, horseradish, mayo, and greens is best served in a ciabatta or baguette.
That way, the juices will seep into the bread without turning it to mush!
Are you a spice lover? Then you have to make these Nashville hot chicken sandwiches!
I mean, fried chicken in a soft bun with slaw and pickles will also be welcome during the Super Bowl.
But why not crank it up with some fiery sauce? Trust me, the burn is heavenly.
If you want something spicy but milder than the powerhouse chicken above, check out this drool-worthy jalapeño popper sandwich.
You’ll make legit poppers with cream cheese and bake the chilies until they’re gooey. You can even bread them if you want added crunch!
Then, stuff them into bread with extra cheese and bacon. Yum!
Here’s another stunner for the veggie fans.
It starts with an impossibly delicious avocado pesto of avos, basil, pine nuts, Parmesan, lemon juice, and garlic.
That’s so good, I suggest adding it to the club sandwich above!
But to keep it veggie-friendly, you’ll fill this one with salty grilled halloumi.
20. Caprese Sandwich
Here’s another vegetarian sandwich even the meat-lovers will enjoy it.
Fresh tomatoes and thick slices of mozzarella layered on top of soft focaccia is just as tasty as it sounds.
Add some pickled onions and fresh basil for even more of a flavor explosion.
Make your drive-through favorites at home this Super Bowl. This recipe is even better than the fried fish sandwich you know and love.
Crispy on the outside and flaky on the inside, this battered cod is so easy to love. Top it with fresh tomato and a tangy tartar sauce, and you’re all set.
You might be shocked at how easy these sandwiches are to make. So much so, you’ll make them all year long!
Spinach dip is a must-have at any party. But why not fuse two game-day faves into one over-the-top incredible dish?
Cheesy and loaded with greens, you won’t believe how good this stuff tastes sandwiched between thick slices of toast.
Add some grilled chicken, and they’re impossible to resist.
Chicken salad is an easy go-to for parties. Make it in advance and then assemble your sandwiches the day of to save on stress when everyone arrives.
This version is made with tender chicken, crunchy celery, red grapes, apples, mayo, and thick bread.
It’s tangy, sweet, savory, and delicious.
Stuff it into flakey croissants if you want something a little different.
Shrimp Po Boy sandwiches are an unexpected delight for game day.
You’ll make plump and crispy shrimp with plenty of Cajun spices. Then pack them into bread zippy remoulade sauce, tomatoes, and lettuce.
It’s creamy, spicy, meaty, and pretty much a game day dream come true.
Ever heard of the Kentucky Hot Brown? Oh man, it’s a sandwich fit for royalty!
I’m talking roasted turkey, crispy bacon, and fresh tomatoes on thick bread with lashings of cheesy mornay sauce.
It’s deliciously messy in all the best ways. So save it for halftime and chow down!
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