Super Bowl Recipe Roundup

These recipes will help you feed a crowd on Super Bowl Sunday. They’re easy to whip up and will leave your guests feeling happy, no matter what team they’re cheering for!

Do you have big plans for the game tomorrow? I┬ácan’t stand football and don’t even know who’s playing in the game. But, I love the social aspect of the Super Bowl! We usually get together with a few friends to watch the game. I typically only pay attention to the half time show, which I’m pretty excited for this year. Lady Gaga always have some interesting surprises up her sleeve.

One thing I’ve learned about the Super Bowl: it’s just as much about the snacks as it is about the game. I make sure I never go empty handed to a party. Whether you’re watching at home or heading to a party to take in the game, here are some ideas for snacks to fuel you well past half time:


Two-ingredient creamy salsa dip

Southwest cheesecake

Everyday salad with homemade croutons

Creamy curry chip dip

Pimento cheese spread

Pepperoni pizza party bread

Parmesan truffle popcorn

Healthy almond butter banana bread

Game day salsa

Curried cashews

Ranch house cheese spread


Slow-cooker pulled pork

Lightened-up beer chicken enchiladas

Slow-cooker pork carnitas

Chicago style hot dogs


Lemon white chocolate rice krispie treats

The best banana cookies

Coconut citrus upside down cake

Double peanut butter oatmeal cookies


Limoncello spritzer

Mint margarita slushie

Summertime sangria


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