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Check out these amazing sandwich stadiums we found on Pinterest

Try to recreate these amazing food stadiums for your super bowl party.

When game day arrives, so do your football-loving guests and them come equipped with an empty stomach. You shouldn’t be worried. After all you’ve got the essential wings, the delicious pizza and the standard sandwich tray. But when you look at your spread, you can’t help but think you could turn it up a notch.

You don’t have to immediate head back into the kitchen and start cooking up a storm. All you need to do is simply make your average food do spectacular things! How, may you ask? It is all about the presentation! One way fans are making a splash with their spreads are through “sandwich stadiums” and boy, did we find some impressive ones. Check out these edible odes to a football-lovers’ sanctuary here:

Appetizer Stadium

Forget the sandwiches, this dip-based stadium is perfect for halftime snack-time. We love how the field is a delicious dip and the impressive array of dippers that you can have guests try out.


Just look at the attention to detail! This stadium has all of the pickings a fan could ask for from pigs-in-a-blanket to pinwheels. Check out the attention to detail with the adorable broccoli trees and baked cars.

DIY Station

Instead of crafting sandwiches to put into a display, this creative stadium crafter made it a DIY experience, using the ingredients for a touchdown worthy sandwich. We love the usage of different cheese and the rolls that serve as the stadium walls!

Super Bowl 2020: Food ideas, best party snacks, how to make easy appetizers for game day

Whether you’re rooting for the 49ers, the Chiefs or the commercials and the halftime show, everyone can agree that one of the best parts of Super Bowl LIV (this Sunday at 6 p.m. ET) is the food. From the classic staples to wild and inventive alternates, here are some Super Bowl snacks and food recipes to consider for your party.

Wings are a staple of football stadiums, bars, restaurants and Super Bowl parties across the country.

  • Keep it simple: Give the people what they want with these classic (and spicy) buffalo wings. Don’t forget the ranch.
  • Step it up: Haven’t given up on your New Year’s resolution yet? Go for these baked chicken wings and save on napkins.
  • Go all the way: If you’re ready to get saucy, red chimichurri wings–chock full of red peppers, garlic, balsamic vinegar, herbs and more–will give your gathering an extra bit of originality. Plus, red goes with Chiefs fans and 49ers fans.

Nachos are another classic stadium food you can’t go without. It’s one of the most customizable Super Bowl party options, so you can really get creative with it.

  • Keep it simple: You can’t go wrong with the basics like these quick and easy nachos topped with BBQ pork.
  • Step it up: Go DIY with a nacho bar filled with the toppings of your choice, like guacamole, salsa, cheese and more. This choose-your-own-adventure food is perfect for the inventive and picky eaters a like.
  • Go all the way: For anyone ready to show off, this crazy nachos recipe tops already-loaded nachos with chipotle taco meat and homemade guacamole.

Dips, particularly buffalo chicken dip, are Big Cat’s preferred alternate to nachos. Don’t forget to set out the chips, crackers or maybe just giant spoons. For an added touch, put everything in a football dip bowl.

  • Keep it simple: Ditch the jar of cheese sauce in favor of creamy homemade queso dip.
  • Step it up: Big Cat’s dip of choice is buffalo chicken dip—especially if you’re skipping the buffalo wings.
  • Go all the way: Give your guests something to write home about with bacon cheeseburger dip.

Pizza is synonymous with sports and parties. Do it up, keep it simple, a pizza is still pizza.

  • Keep it simple: Pizza is a universal party food, and nothing says hospitality like homemade pizza. Let your guests get creative with decorate-your-own personal pizzas, or make one pie big enough to feed a small army.
  • Step it up: Stick with the football theme and use pepperonis to decorate your pizza like a pigskin.
  • Go all the way: Take things from 2D to 3D with a cheesy pizza football bomb (throwing not recommended) stuffed with goodness.

Chili is kind of messy—but so is football. Give the fans what they really want with the perfect winter food.

  • Keep it simple: If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. Stick with a traditional, classic chili.
  • Step it up: Marry your chili with hotdogs, yet another stadium staple, by making homemade coney dogs. Don’t forget to top with cheese.
  • Go all the way: Want some carbs to go with your carbs? Go with a dish full of chili mac and cheese.

Sliders are great for the mobile snacker, grazer or distracted sports fan. Slider is just a fancy way to say sandwich, so again, your options are wide open here.

  • Keep it simple: Pretty self-explanatory: A cheeseburger, but miniature. These bite-sized snacks can be made in one giant casserole dish.
  • Step it up: Can’t decide between pizza and sliders? Combine them for messy but flavorful pepperoni pizza sliders.
  • Go all the way: Eat like Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs with a Kansas City-style BBQ pulled pork slider.

Pigs in a blanket might be Big Cat’s lazier alternative to sliders, but that doesn’t mean they’re any less exciting. They’re as good as corn dogs, but classier.

  • Keep it simple: February is fullblown blanket season. Keep your guests warm with these classic pigs in a blanket.
  • Step it up: Pinkies up for this cranberry-Dijon dipping sauce specifically engineered for pigs in a blanket.
  • Go all the way: If you get one cheat day a week, make it Super Bowl Sunday, especially if you go for bacon-wrapped smokies. A bacon blanket is still a blanket, right?

Dessert is a universal crowd-pleaser. You’ve got to balance all of that sodium out with some sugar.

The Easiest, Most Impressive Snack Stadium Ever

It takes a village to build a snack stadium. That, patience, and upper-body strength.

Okay, so that's an exaggeration. The truth is, when we set out to create a snack stadium, we did the research. We looked at all the pins on Pinterest, the amazing stuff created by our sister brands, the crazy ideas dreamed up by rabid football fans around the country. And we quickly came to a conclusion: everything looked kind of HARD. Like, too hard for us. People seemed to have unheralded engineering degrees, backgrounds in carpentry, or training in the fine art of cardboard origami. All we wanted to do was make something awesome that anyone&mdasheven us&mdashcould handle.

Then our art director, Mike, had an idea: What if we created a snack stadium straight out of the stuff you'd want to eat&mdashno structure required? It was a revelation. All it would really be was a study in placement. And, we thought, if we carefully showed how we placed everything, anyone could do it.

So here we are. We did it. And it was awesome. PIN IT, and you'll have it forever:

1. The outer ring: Drinks. We created an ombre wall of Gatorade&mdashwhat could be more sporty?!&mdashand an inner ring of sparkling water (something for all tastes). Then we padded the sides (the stands, if you will) with soda on one side and beer on the other.

2. The end zones: Chips and dips. With drinks as a foundation, we created cardboard levels to hold guacamole and hummus (the individual cups available at Costco were perfect for this set-up&mdashguests can just grab and go). In each corner, we kept it simple (and avoiding dirtying bowls) by propping up open bags of chips and snacks.

3. The cheering sections: Pre-portioned cups. Individual cups of Pringles (best. party. snack. ever.) line up in front of the cans&mdashand in front of them, cups of mozzarella sticks (each with a marinara-sauce base) and buffalo wings.

4. The field: Sandwiches and more. We took pre-made platters of sandwich wraps and placed them at the ends of the field. Then, with a spinach dip at the 50-yard line, we created a face-off between chips and veggies (taken from a pre-made veggie platter). At our party, chips won by a landslide. Duh.

Beyoncé and Coldplay better bring it to the halftime performance: this snack stadium might just upstage them.

The Best Main Course For Your Super Bowl Party

Elizabeth Heiskell: “I just like to nibble and nosh all day. My husband on the other hand, he would look at this plow through it and then be like where’s the rest of the food? That’s why we came up with these amazing cheesy Parm Sandwiches. It’s just Farm Rich mozzarella sticks, we cook those off until they get nice and golden brown on the outside and ooey gooey in the middle. Put them on a hoagie roll with some marinara sauce and a chicken cutlet. Honey, these are to die for.

They’re perfect for any game day. Honestly this is a great recipe if you’re short on time and just need to get a weeknight dinner on the table. Your family and friends will love this recipe.”

How to Make Twice Baked Potatoes with BBQ Beef Brisket

  • 8-10 Baking Potatoes
  • 1/2 Cup Milk
  • 1/2 Cup Shredded Cheese
  • 1/4 Cup Sour Cream
  • 2 Tablespoons Garlic Salt
  • 1 Package Farm Rich SMOKEHOUSE Pulled Beef Brisket
  • Shredded Cheese

Step 1 – Clean your Baking Potatoes and prick with a fork

Step 2 – Place the Potatoes in the oven at 400 degrees and Bake for 45 minutes

Step 3 – At the same time Bake the Farm Rich SMOKEHOUSE Pulled Beef Brisket as the package directions state

Step 4 – After the Potatoes are finished baking, slice them in half and scoop out the center and place in a bowl

Step 5 – Add the milk, cheese, sour cream and garlic salt to the potatoes and Mix until smooth and creamy

Step 6 – Add a Scoop of the Potato filling back to the potato skins

Step 7 – Add a large scoop of the Pulled Beef Brisket and top with cheese

Step 8 – Place the potatoes back in the oven for about 5 minutes to melt the cheese. Enjoy!

These guys are delicious and an entire meal all in one potato! They make a great Game Day Appetizer to make for your friends! I admit that I had these for lunch one day myself and they were AMAZING!

I really love how easy the Farm Rich SMOKEHOUSE Pulled Meats are to make, not only do they make delicious recipes like this one but having them as a sandwich is just as amazing too!

Another simple recipe that we made using Farm Rich Snacks Breaded Mozzarella Sticks are these Baked Mozzarella Caprese Skewers. This is already one of my favorite appetizers but adding the Breaded Mozzarella gave it a whole new taste! Plus, this is such a simple appetizer to put together – it’s great for the ladies and the guys on game day!

101 Crowd-Pleasing Super Bowl Snacks

Be the MVP of game-day eats with these party-perfect snacks. Whether you choose wings, dips, nachos or guac, these recipes are guaranteed to make this your best Super Bowl spread yet.

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Enchilada Crescent Ring

Forget the tortillas--this flaky, golden ring of crescent dough is packed with a cheesy chicken enchilada filling. Easily portable, this crowd-pleaser is perfect for parties.

Vegan Queso

Raw cashews are transformed into a creamy and flavorful dairy-free queso that'll cure all your cravings.

Jamaican Meat Pie Footballs

What better way to celebrate the big game than with a spicy meat-filled patty shaped like a football? Nothing is wasted here &mdash even the puff pastry scraps are used to make laces.

Spiced Mixed Cocktail Nuts with Pretzels

Toss mixed nuts and mini pretzels with a spice blend of paprika, dry mustard and cinnamon for the perfect snack.

Southwestern Egg Rolls

Egg rolls with a Southwest twist: Inspired by a favorite appetizer at Chili's &mdash these are crunchy and cheesy with a creamy avocado dipping sauce.

Hot Corn Dip

Whip up Ree's cheesy corn dip the day of the big game, or make it up to two days ahead and bake right before serving &mdash guests will devour it quickly either way. You simply can't go wrong with grilled corn, buttery vegetables and shredded cheese.

Alton's Homemade Soft Pretzels

Bread Ring Pizza Dip

Stuffed-crust pizza meets an easy and cheesy dip in this crowd-pleasing skillet celebration. Pizza dough is filled with pockets of gooey cheese and doubles as the dipper for meaty tomato sauce and cheese dip in the center.

Pastrami Football Finger Sandwiches

Pickle Wrap Dip

This easy dip with Midwestern roots is the perfect thing for last-minute company because it only has 4 ingredients &mdash most of which you likely already have in your refrigerator. Enjoy it slathered on a rich buttery cracker or some crisp fresh vegetables.

Smoked Gouda-Chorizo Jalapeno Poppers

Football Cheeseball with Herbed Crackers

Valerie&rsquos too-cute cheeseball will score major points with all your game day guests.

Cheeseburger-Stuffed Onion Rings

Doughnut + cheeseburger + onion ring. With special sauce for dipping. Make so many people happy with these puffy golden cheeseburger-surprise onion rings.

Giant Cheese-Stuffed Cracker

Forget the cheese plate: Cut this giant cheese-and-cracker sandwich into wedges for a crumbly, creamy and tangy appetizer that you can nibble on its own or use as a spread for fresh vegetables.

Coconut Shrimp

Large shrimp are coated in a light coconut breading and fried until golden. Then served with your choice of sweet chili or sweet and sour sauce.

Pigs in a Blanket with Spicy Hot Dip

Who doesn&rsquot love a pig in a blanket? Alex elevates the classic appetizer with a spicy honey mustard sauce for dipping.

Pizza Dip, 3 Ways

Take one classic dip and customize it with your favorite pizza toppings &mdash think pepperoni, artichokes, mushrooms, olives and ricotta. Warm mozzarella sticks make easy dippers.

Oven-Fried Onion Rings

Alton's Buffalo Wings

Layered Buffalo Chicken Dip

Triple Pork Sliders

Buffalo Chicken Dip

Spicy Cheddar Cheese Football

Giada's Pizza Pockets

Lightened-Up Slow-Cooker Chicken Buffalo Dip

Tortilla Chips

All you need to turn corn tortillas into crispy, irresistible chips is a little vegetable oil and salt.

Shrimp Spring Rolls

Breakfast Cinnamon Roll Pigs in Blankets

This sweet version of the classic savory appetizer is just as addicting as its cocktail-party cousin. Cinnamon roll dough wraps around breakfast sausage, and a drizzle of icing and maple syrup for dipping make the bundles ideal for a breakfast gathering.

Lasagna Cupcakes

Party Sausage Pizza Rolls

Soft Pretzels

Kids Can Make: Mac 'n' Cheese Bites

Spiced Pita Chips

Turn basic pitas into spiced-up chips you won't be able to stop eating. All you need is some za'atar, garlic and paprika to bring a little Middle Eastern flair to your chips-and-dips spread.

Giant Pig-in-a-Blanket

This slice-and-serve pig-in-a-blanket is gigantic indeed. Stuffed with breakfast sausage and ham and rolled in crescent dough, it's great for game day or even breakfast.

Big Game Pizza Ball

Rachael's Chorizo and Shrimp Quesadillas with Smoky Guacamole

Rachael's Lucky 7 Layer Dip

Six Layers and a Chip Dip

Guacamole with Cumin-Dusted Tortilla Chips

Maple Bacon Dip

The Pioneer Woman mixes chopped bacon into her creamy, maple-flavored dip and sprinkles more on top. It's the perfect sweet-yet-savory pairing for tart Granny Smith apples.

Cheesesteak Empanadas

These flaky empanadas are filled with all the fixins of Philly's famous cheesesteaks. A spicy cheese sauce for dipping on the side is the winning touch.

Cheeseburger Dip

Eddie Jackson's hearty dip is such a perfect cheesy, meaty app &mdash your friends will fight for the seat next to it.

French Onion Dip

Alton Brown's Buffalo Wings

Homemade Barbecue Potato Chips

Hit up your spice cabinet to easily make your own homemade BBQ seasoning. Once you get the hang of frying, you'll have irresistible chips and no need to buy them again.

Almost-Famous Green Bean Fries

Easy Pizza Dough Pretzel Bites

These pretzel bites come together quickly, thanks to store-bought pizza dough, and the three-ingredient dipping sauce couldn't be easier: Simply stir and serve!

Taco Salad Bites

Take everything you love about your favorite taco salad &mdash zesty ground beef, smooth sour cream and, of course, a crunchy tortilla shell &mdash and make these irresistible bite-size apps.

Guy's Tequila-Lime Wings

Bobby Flay's Hot Wings With Blue Cheese-Yogurt Sauce

Poblano Stuffed With Chorizo, Shrimp and Rice

Tyler's Teriyaki Chicken Wings

Smoky Garlic Hummus Dip

Dressing up your typical store-bought hummus is easier than you think. If you can't find sweet piquillo peppers, a jar of any roasted red pepper will do.

Tyler's Guacamole

Fried Buffalo Wings With Blue Cheese Dip

Baked Buffalo Wings With Blue Cheese-Yogurt Dip

Hot Artichoke-Spinach Dip

Antipasto Platter

Chile-Lime Party Mix

Spice things up with your next batch of party mix. Lime zest and Mexican seasoning add fun flavor, while flaked coconut, corn nuts and crushed lime tortilla chips bring an extra level of texture to every handful.

Bacon Wrapped Scallops with Spicy Mayo

Spicy Guacamole with Mango


Potato Pinchos

Stuffed Mushrooms with Sausage

Buffalo Chicken Dip

Jalapeno Hushpuppies

Bacon BBQ Nachos

When you pile tortilla chips with baked beans, barbecue seasoning, bacon, cheese sauce, barbecue crema and more, everyone at the party wins.

Grilled Shrimp with Orange-Habanero Mojo

Cheeseburger Nachos

If you can't decide between serving nachos or cheeseburgers at your next party, then don't! Top homemade chips with all the bacony, cheesy and meaty flavors of a great burger.

Buffalo Chicken Subs

Nut-Free Ranch-Flavored Crispy Cereal Snack Mix

Roasted green peas make a crunchy and colorful swap-out for nuts in our snack mix, which we change up with a homemade ranch-flavored spice blend.

Blue Cheese and Bacon Truffles

7-Layer Deviled Egg Dip

Reuben Pigs in Blankets

Queso Dip

Make-Ahead Sandwich Rolls


Sweet-and-Sour Pork Sliders

Roasted Eggplant Spread

Beer-Battered Cremini Mushrooms

Sweet Potato Strings with Beet Ketchup

French Toast Pigs in a Blanket

Six-Foot Nachos

Taco Dip

Pizza Pigs in a Blanket

Caramelized Onion Dip

7-Layer Italian Hero Dip

Jalapeno-Stuffed Curly Dogs

Kim's Black-Eyed Pea Dip

Pistachio Cheese Dip

Hot Corn Chile Dip

Loaded Pizza Dip

This loaded dip features everything you love about pizza &mdash and more. We're talking four kinds of cheese, plus a loaf of crusty bread for dipping.

Bacon-Wrapped Water Chestnuts

Chili Cheese Dip

Tyler's Grilled Beef Satay

Spicy Papaya Guacamole

Biscuit-Wrapped Fried Chicken

Lettuce Wraps

Mini Chorizo Corn Dogs

Crispy Potato Skin Scoops

We took baby Yukon gold potatoes, scooped out the inside and deep-fried them to crispy, golden perfection. Then we took it one step further by stuffing each shell with a cheesy potato filling. The result is a bite-size appetizer that's idyllic for any party throughout the year.

Everything Bagel Veggie Chips

You'll never guess these tasty, crispy, colorful, veggie chips are made from only 3 ingredients! A spritz of cooking spray and a sprinkle of savory everything seasoning are all it takes to make potatoes into a quick easy snack. We threw in a creamy horseradish sauce, too, just because it goes so well.

Spice up traditional chili by making Taco Chili here. This is even better topped with sour cream, cheese, onion and corn chips.

Roll ham and swiss in crescents to make a yummy meal here. You can easily switch up the meat and cheese options to please everyone.

This "Super Bowl Sundae" Ice Cream Bar Will Score a Touchdown At Your Party

The guests you invite over to watch the big game probably have pretty strong feelings about who should win the Super Bowl, but ice cream is one thing everyone can agree on. In addition to the usual game day appetizers, who not serve up something sweet and punny? We love the idea of a Super Bowl sundae bar, where football fans can build their own bowls from a variety of ice cream flavors, syrups, and toppings. This genius idea is a total touchdown&mdashand you'll be sure to secure your place in the hostess hall of fame. Ready, set, hike!

Keep ice cream (homemade or store-bought) frozen by placing bowls in a cooler of ice.

To keep cleanup to a minimum, build the "Super Bowls" in cute disposable cups with yard lines.

Get this ice cream pie recipe at Cooking with Curls.

Or, get super creative with stadium-inspired bowls, like these by Katrina's Kitchen.

Get the recipe at In Katrina's Kitchen.

Of syrups and toppings, that is. Display the offerings in little jars or bowls or even a muffin pan! Extra points for adding football-inspired touches, like whistles tied around the syrup jars.

Get the tutorial at About a Mom.

Mark toppings (like these jars of trail mix) with penalty flags.

Get the tutorial at Celebrations at Homeblog.

A little salty to complement the sweet is always a good idea. Give chocolate-covered pretzels laces to go with the football theme.

Get the recipe at Sarah's Bake Studio.

Or incorporate your favorite team's colors by using candy melts. Display them (and other toppings) in Mason jars painted to look like footballs.

Get the recipe at Two Sisters Crafting.

Nothing like warm brownies in an ice cream sundae. Toss one in yours for touchdown texture and flavor.

Get the recipe at Celebrating Sweets.

For a healthier alternative, dress strawberries up like footballs instead.

Get the recipe at Like Mother Like Daughter.

Have frosting-laced ice cream sandwiches on offer for those who really want to trick out their sundaes.

Get the tutorial at The Celebration Shoppe.

And because what's a Super Bowl without beer, offer root beer and boozy root beer so guests can make their sundaes float.

What We're Making This Weekend: Insanely Amazing Super Bowl Chow

Let's face it: The Super Bowl is about gorging on your favorite food almost as much as it's about actually watching the game.

So if you're planning on throwing a Super Bowl party, skip the cold crudité platter and go for something a bit more scrumptious. Luckily for you, some of New York City's finest chefs are sharing their favorite game day dishes.

We've got everything from Asian-spiced beef jerky to more traditional Super Bowl fare with a tasty twist. So start planning your mouth-watering menu, stat!

1. Pat LaFrieda's Original Filet Mignon Sandwich: Served on crusty bread, this dish is sure to silence any crowd that's getting a little rowdy. They'll be too busy chowing down on this heavenly sandwich!

3 Filet Mignon medallions, 2oz each
1 tsp salt
3 oz oil
6 oz sweet onions
2 slices Monterey Jack cheese
2 oz au jus
6-inch baguette
Drizzle of balsamic glaze
Pinch of sugar

Directions: Cut the sweet onions into 1" cubes and caramelize until they are a deep brown color. Set onions aside. Make an au jus by reducing your beef stock by half until it richly coats the back of a spoon, and finish with balsamic glaze. Set aside and keep hot. Season the medallions with salt and sugar. On a flat skillet heat 1oz of oil and sear the filet mignon medallions. Cook for about about 1 to 1.5 minutes per side. Set aside. Take 2 tbsp. of the caramelized onions and place onto a pan to heat up. Cover the onions with two slices of the cheese and allow to melt over the onions. Toast the baguette so that the outside is hot and crusty. Hinge the Baguette and place the 3 filet mignon medallions on the bottom of the baguette. Top with the caramelized onions and cheese. Finish with 2oz of the au jus. This should be ladled on the inside of the top half of the baguette.

2. Khe-Yo's Chef Phet Schwader's Beef Jerky Recipe: This beef jerky is packed with flavors no jerky has seen before: a little sweet from the oyster sauce, a tad crunchy from the sesame seeds and a savory kick from the fish sauce.

5 lbs top round sirloin, cut along the grain into strips (approximately 1" thick x 4" long)
1/4 cup fish sauce
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 cup oyster sauce
1 tbsp coarsely ground black pepper
2 tbsp garlic powder
10 cloves garlic, slightly crushed
1 tbsp salt

Directions: Mix all of the ingredients together and marinate beef for 24 hours. Pre-heat oven to 250 degrees. Lay strips on a rack over a sheet pan and place in oven with the door cracked open slightly. Rotate the pan every 15 minutes for 1 to 1.5 hours or until the jerky is dry. Heat 1 ½ cups of oil in a large pan and fry the jerky on medium heat for 2-3 minutes. Remove from oil and coat with sesame seeds.

3. Taquitoria's Buffalo Chicken Taquitos or "Buffalitos:" If you love buffalo wings, but hate the sticky mess then this tasty dish is for you. Everything is wrapped up into a crispy wrapper making for perfect game day finger food.

Braised chicken pieces (include some on the bone)
1 cup Bloody Mary mix
4 tbsp salt Water
2 tbsp buffalo sauce
8 six-inch corn tortillas Canola oil

Directions: In a Dutch oven, cover the chicken with the Bloody Mary mix, water, and salt. Braise at 300ºF for 2-3 hours. When cooked through (the meat should fall off the bones), allow to cool in liquid. Strain the chicken, pull all the meat and discard the bones. Strain the braising liquid through a fine strainer in order to preserve all the mustard and horseradish from the Bloody Mary mix. Discard the liquid. Mix the chicken with the buffalo sauce. Set aside. Fry the tortillas at 275º-300º F for about 30 seconds. This will soften them. Remove from oil and drain on paper towels. Place about 2 tablespoons of meat in the tortilla, roll it up, and secure tightly with two toothpicks. Heat oil fryer up to 375º F and fry tortilla for about a minute, until crispy. Serve with a side of ranch dressing, buffalo sauce, or dipping of choice.

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The Super Bowl is an annual football tradition that’s endured since the late 1960s. While some may tune in for the commercials, loyal football fans hope for more than just their team’s victory. Each Super Bowl brings with it the promise of an amazing moment that will be talked about for generations — the all important “impossible catch.” These catches can turn the tide or keep opponents at bay. Whichever the case, they’re often uniquely unforgettable.

These five catches represent the very best in Super Bowl history.

Max McGee’s One-Armed Catch, Super Bowl I (1967)

Max McGee holds an honor that no other football player will ever share: he was the first NFL player to ever score a touchdown in a Super Bowl. The catch could have made it onto this list for that reason alone, but it just so happened to be an amazing moment on its own. Despite having a Kansas City Chiefs player leaping towards him, McGee maintains his nerve and reaching behind with just one arm, manages to grab hold of the football.

The angle of the grab should have made the ball nearly impossible to catch, let alone hold onto, but McGee does both and dashes away for his history-making touchdown.

Lynn Swann Takes Flight, Super Bowl X (1976)

Swans are some of the most majestic, graceful birds in nature. Perhaps the name lent a bit of a psychological edge to prolific Pittsburgh Steeler wide receiver and Pro Football Hall of Famer Lynn Swann. Swann was always known for rising over the heads of frustrated defenders to make incredible catches. One of his most famous achievements came by way of Super Bowl X. Remembered as the “Levitating Leap,” Lynn Swann’s catch is routinely named as one of the best catches ever. However, Swann himself wasn’t quite as impressed as onlooking football fans.

Said Swann, “I’ve always said if I had done it right, I would have caught the ball the first time, came down and kept running for a touchdown.” This from a man who wasn’t expected to play at all after suffering a concussion during the Steelers’ AFC Championship game against the Oakland Raiders.

David Tyree’s “Helmet Catch,” Super Bowl XLII (2008)

The question asked again and again, no matter how many times one sees the above clip. Every aspect of the play is simply incredible. First, there’s Giants quarterback Eli Manning defying what many thought was an almost certain sack. Then there’s Manning breaking free and throwing the ball way down the field, a sort of “Hail Mary.” The play ends with wide receiver David Tyree’s bold leap into the air and using his own helmet to maintain his hold on the football.

It was part of the game-winning drive that sealed the fate of the previously undefeated New England Patriots. Although not the touchdown pass, it was certainly the play that put the Giants on the path to victory.

Julio Jones’ Nail-Biting Sideline Catch, Super Bowl LI (2017)

Had the Atlanta Falcons held off the New England Patriots, then Julio Jones’ sideline catch might have been remembered as the catch of the game. That it’s one of the best catches of Super Bowl LI, and best catches in Super Bowl history is of little consolation to Jones or the Falcons.

Despite making plays like the above, the Falcons blew a 25-point lead, allowing the Patriots to make the most epic comeback in Super Bowl history.

Julian Edelman’s Miraculous Reflexes, Super Bowl LI (2017)

It may take a few years — and a few more Super Bowls — to allow this catch to be properly viewed in the context of decades. For now, it’s easy to see why Edelman’s catch is a contender for the best Super Bowl catch ever.

To begin, the catch was itself a tipped-football away from being an interception. Had it happened, the Falcons might have successfully held off the Patriots and ultimately won. Instead, Julian Edelman’s reflexes went to work. He didn’t just manage to dive in time to grab the football he also reacted fast enough to get a grip on the ball when it was barely a couple of inches off the ground. It was a suspenseful moment, one that some feel marked the beginning of the Patriots’ surprising comeback.

These catches are special in their own way. Some may argue that one is greater than the over for one reason or another. However, there is one thing that everyone can agree on: The sheer magic of these Super Bowl catches will never be forgotten.

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