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Top Rated Super Bowl Recipes
Guac, salsa, queso, sure, these dips rock, but my Mom makes a damn tasty clam dip that's a little less mainstream. "It's usually for company, or in the fall," she explained. "I make it almost always around the holidays. It's great for New Year's because it counts in the Feast of the Seven Fishes. It's a party food."She's been making this clam dip for 20 years, and she said it's something, "people always, always like. It's a Super Bowl food." Twenty years of people enjoying something is a pretty good track record. To me, this is one of those perfect examples of tradition versus technique. Reviewing the recipe, I'd say, given classical training, I'd hold back the clams 'til the garlic and onions were translucent. But, know what? As my Pop says, "I've never heard anyone complain about that."He's right. This dip is great on thin crackers that don't take up room in your stomach, so you can eat more clam dip. We like Waterthins' Fine Wafer Crackers or 34° Crispbread. So, where did the recipe come from? It's one of those legacy recipes Mom said probably came from something she read, but until now has just been written on an index card in a plastic red box in the kitchen. Now you can use it too. Thanks, Mom.Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Dips.
20 Best Super Bowl Snack Recipes
Courtesy of Show Me the Yummy
Whether you're a sports fan or just like to be remembered as the person with the best snacks, Super Bowl Sunday is the time to serve a killer spread of snacks and appetizers. And while this year's festivities will look different thanks to the pandemic, you can still celebrate with your family members or roommates in style.
We all know the best snacks are the bite-sized ones because they're easy to eat when you're watching the game, so we found the best snackable-sized treats to keep everyone satisfied. Plus, it makes it easier for people to load up on a variety of foods!
Hit the grocery store, put your apron on over your football jersey, and then get to cooking with these fun bite-sized Super Bowl snack recipes. Ready, set, hike!
10 Best Super Bowl Recipes
Happy Monday, friends! The BIG game is almost here. Have you prepared your snack time menu? Today I&rsquom sharing 10 of the best Super Bowl recipes to serve guests. Let&rsquos be honest, for a lot people (like me), Super Bowl is more about the food and less about the actual game. However, any reason to gather and share delicious food with friends is a plus in my book!
Buffalo Ranch Snack Mix | The Creative Bite It&rsquos the Chex Mix we all know and love, but made even better with a spicy buffalo ranch twist!
Air Fryer Sriracha-Honey Chicken Wings | Karen&rsquos Kitchen Stories Crispy, spicy, and sweet, these sriracha-honey wings are healthier than the traditional wings. They&rsquore made in an air-fryer!
Ham and Cheese Ranch Rollups | The Cookie Rookie It&rsquos not a party without some pinwheel sammies! These ham and cheese ranch rollups are a family favorite that perfect for game day and more!
Guacamole Bruschetta Bar | The View From Great Island Avocado toast is great, but a guacamole bruschetta bar is even better! Set of a spread of toppings such as salami, roasted veggies, and fresh fruits so you and your guests can DIY all sorts of different varieties of bruschetta!
Spicy Southwestern Spinach Dip | Saving Room for Dessert Such a creative spin on a classic favorite dip! Can&rsquot wait to try this spicy version of one of the best ever.
Bacon and Goat Cheese Stuffed Sweet Pepper Poppers | Iowa Girl Eats These bacon and goat cheese stuffed sweet pepper poppers are the perfect party food and come together in just 20 minutes!
Jalapeño Popper Football Cheese Ball | Peas and Crayons This cheese ball is sure to make a touchdown at your next game day party!
Clean Eating Creamy Chicken Enchilada Soup | Kim&rsquos Cravings My favorite soup recipe tastes even better when it&rsquos made a day ahead of time then reheated on the stove just before kick off. Perfect to have on hand, so guests can grab a bowl whenever they get hungry for something other than a small bite or dip.
Best Damn Salsa Ever! | Kim&rsquos Cravings What&rsquos a Super Bowl watch party without dip? A lot of dips can be heavy and cheesy, but not this salsa recipe which is light, fresh, and packed with flavor. This is one of the most popular recipes on my site and has fabulous reader feedback!
Waldorf Tuna Salad | Kim&rsquos Cravings If there&rsquos one recipe that comes to mind to make sure you&rsquove got going for game day, it&rsquos this over-the-top delicious tuna salad. I love tuna salad and this is seriously my all-time favorite! Great to have on hand for wraps, crackers or pitas!
Something to think about&hellip.
Do you have fun plans for Super Bowl? What are you going to be snacking on?
The 15 Best Super Bowl Recipes
Feast your way through the best football of the year!
The matchup is set. Your guests have answered the call. All that's left to do is set your starting lineup. Lock down your dishes. And enjoy.
Shrimp cocktail is good. Creole shrimp with creamy avocado on a fresh roll? Awesome. Click here to assemble the sandwich.
Don't be the guy who shakes a pre-made bag of snack mix into a bowl. Make your own, with the help of Sriracha hot sauce. Bonus: This stuff teams up perfectly with any beer.
The ultimate sub has 10 key ingredients. How many are you using to create yours? Click here to discover the must-have toppings.
Beer. Beef. Bacon. Hot peppers. Chocolate. Red wine. If you need any more convincing that this is the world's best chili recipe, you must be one of those in-denial Pittsburgh Steelers fans.
These snacks aren't just for teenagers anymore. Make them yourself (in less than 20 minutes) and you'll never go back to the crappy ones in the box. Click here to score a taste.
Neon yellow cheese lovers be gone. These aren't your average nachos. Dig in this Sunday.
This isn't your grandma's bland meatloaf recipe. Slice and spice these sliders and bust meatloaf's boring stereotype.
It may be the depths of winter, but all the more reason to give your guests a taste of warmer weather. Try this recipe for DIY blended margaritas. (Just crank the heat in your home and pretend you're at Sun Life Stadium.)
Jarred salsas can't compete with this fresh-tasting green salsa. The best part? You can make it in less time than it will take you to lose interest in the Bruno Mars halftime show.
Swap your Cheez Whiz for gruyere&mdashand 4 more improvements to save your steak sandwich from sabotage. Click here for the secrets.
Meatball sandwiches are messy. Unless you want to find dropped beef balls in your couch cushions weeks later, cook up a batch of these massive meatballs. Serve them in bowls. With extra napkins.
This mighty sandwich heralds from New Orleans, the site of last year's Super Bowl. Man, remember when the Ravens used to be good?
Two layers of heat form one explosive combination in this impressive burger. Stack them up, serve them up, then bask in the compliments. Click here for the recipe.
Too many people gunk up guacamole with "secret ingredients." Taste the glory of avocado in this simple recipe that leans on smoky tomatoes for a double hit of flavor.
The sky is the limit when it comes to vegetarian burger recipes. You'll find tempting burgers made with everything from ground chickpeas and mashed potatoes to millet, spelt and green peas. Not to mention an array of finger-licking toppings including homemade ketchups and sauces.
Grilled mushrooms, balsamic vinegar and a creamy homemade aioli form the base of this delightful burger recipe topped with mango strips and bean sprouts.
The Best Super Bowl Recipes Ever - A Round Up of 40+ Recipes
I have to admit, I am not a big TV sports fan. Don't get me wrong, I love a good game in the ball park! Baseball, football, volleyball. But, wat ching sports on TV has never done anything for me. That is EXCEPT for the Super Bowl. I love to watch that game and of course have a really fun party.
Every one of my Super Bowl parties (whether planning for 2 or 22) has four food elements bite size food, burgers & sandwiches, dips & salsa and sweet treats! I have picked more than 40 of our favorites to help simplify your Super Bowl party planning. Go team.
With love from our Game Day Table to yours!
Click on the image or the link and it will open each one in a new tab. (The recipes are toward the bottom of the subsequent page)
Super Bowl Bite Size Food
Jalapeño Popper Cheesy Pretzel Bombsare a soft and chewy pretzel poppers stuffed with ooey gooey cheese, crispy bacon and spicy jalapeños. This scrumptious recipe is like nothing you have ever eaten before.
Chicken Parmesan Sliders are sweet dinner rolls toasted with garlic butter and topped with Parmesan cheese. Slices of pan fried chicken, marinara sauce and piles of mozzarella cheese on top this picture perfect slider. It is heavenly and party ready!
Buffalo Chicken Meatball Poppers - do your kids devour wings? Packed w/ sausage & wing flavors these are addictively popable! Made with chicken they are light, flavorful and delicious. Make ahead, freeze, defrost and heat. Or pop them in the microwave.
Bite Size Cheesy Pepperoni Pizza Puffs in 30 Minutes are just like your favorite pizza in bite size! Can't get much more fun than that. Perfect for a game day or any day. They freeze perfectly. Spritz them with water and either microwave them until heated or defrost and pop them in a 350°F oven for about 10 minutes.
Outrageously Cheesy Stuffed Pretzel Bombs are the perfect bite size appetizer to impress your guests. Pretzel bites are loaded with cheddar cheese and baked to perfection. All of this comes together in under an hour.
Jalapeño Popper Meatballs are incredibly moist flavorful and even better than the infamous appetizer. If your kids love southwestern flavors they will devour these. Lightened up with turkey they are sure to be moms favorite too. Perfect make ahead meal. Freeze, defrost and reheat.
Green Chile and Cheese Sausage Poppers are perfectly flavored and pop-able for EVERY occasion.
Bite Size Bacon Double Cheeseburger Puffs tastes just like a burger in a bite size puff. They are soft, tender and a little buttery just like a hamburger bun.
Hooter’s Copycat Fried Pickles A southern favorite fried pickles are crisp and tangy. Crunchy dill pickles are dipped in a moist tangy mixture and dredged in a perfectly seasoned coating. Pickles are deep fried to a golden brown. Now you can enjoy your favorite fried pickles at home with our simple recipe that is ready in a snap!
Bacon. Cheddar. Ranch. Need I say more. This is dangerously good. Bacon Cheddar Ranch Pull Apart Bread is insanely addictively delish!
Looking for the perfect appetizer or game day food? These Balsamic Glazed Meatloaf Meatball Poppers surely fit the bill! Moist and flavorful meatballs hit the spot.
Sweet and Sour Meatball Poppers - perfect for every party or any dinner. So good, you can't stop poppin' 'em! Simple and delicious.
Potato skins with an amazing Italian twist. Packed with spices, sausage, cheese and sun-dried tomatoes they are undeniably delicious!
Baked Italian Chicken Meatball Poppers loaded with fresh flavor garlic, onion, cheese, herbs and more. So, good you'll keep poppin' 'em.
Super Bowl Burgers & Sandwiches
Chipotle Bacon Monte Cristo Finger Sandwiches are covered in cheese and lighted toasted to perfection. They are high with your favorite Monte Cristo fixin's and topped with bacon. Sure to be a party favorite!
Everything you love about hot buffalo wings in one fabulously tasty burger, the Spicy Buffalo Wings Chicken Burger is a must on your to do list!
Smoky Chipotle Sloppy Joe's are super meaty, saucy, smoky & have a little kick. The best Sloppy Joes you will ever eat. You'll never buy a can again!
Zesty Italian Barbecue Pulled Chicken Sliders have amazing flavor. Cooked in a crock pot they take little work.
TSRI's Barbecue Bacon Beer Cheddar Smokehouse Burger. Can you feel love for a burger? Well if you can this is the burger to love!
Simplified Bacon Monte Cristo Finger Sandwiches. Everyone will be devouring these, better make more.
Super Bowl Dips & Salsa
Applebee’s Spicy Queso Blanco Dipis a creamy cheesy dip with a little kick! It’s loaded with 2 cheeses, fresh herbs and just enough heat to make your tongue tingle.
4 Layer Pizza Dip perfect for any party, happy hour or an anytime snack! This dip is packed with layers of ooey gooey cheese, marinara sauce and your favorite pizza toppings. It’s out of this world delicious.
Fiesta Cheesy Taco Dip features layer upon layer of delicious taco toppings served with Doritos or tortilla chips this makes a fabulous Game Day party dip!
The Best Ever Guacamole Chipotle's Restaurant Copycat is loaded with fresh avocado and bits of onion, jalapeno and citrus juices to perfectly balance this mildly spicy guacamole.
A twist on Chipotle's delicious guacamole is now skinny! Featuring all the flavors of your favorite Chipotle's guacamole, with half the calories and fat! Aaaaamazing.
Roasted Tomato and Serrano Salsa - Packed with HUGE flavor and perfect for EVERY occasion! Truly the BEST-SALSA-EVER.
Fiery Salsa has a fantastic blend of jalapenos, chili powder, cayenne, black pepper, onion, and garlic to bring the perfect 'fire'.
A fabulous medium heat salsa this 'Just North of the Border' salsa is perfect for Happy Hour.
Fresh Pico de Gallo is loaded with all your favorite salsa flavors! Fresh plum tomatoes, jalapenos, onions, garlic and so much flavor it will blow your mind.
Super Bowl Sweet Treats
Crazy Caramel Apple Pie Bombsare the pull apart bread of your dreams. They are packed with caramel and apples and baked to perfection.
Jack Daniel's Salted Caramel Fudge Brownies are a rich and fudgy brownies with a hint of smokiness. Featuring specks of caramel throughout. Then they are topped with a caramel sauce and dusted with salt. OH MY WORD! They are magical. The perfect adult treat.
Luscious Lemon Bars so easy that they are perfect for every day and every occasion. Bright, creamy and utter delicious.
Perfect Lazy Day Brownies. One bowl, one pan and 5 minutes to get these babies into the oven. Now this recipe is a BLUE RIBBON WINNER!
Peanut Butter Fudge Dip tastes just like Grammy's peanut butter fudge. Rich, creamy and addictive!! Ready in just 10 minutes!
Reese's Peanut Butter Fudge Brownie is fully loaded with your favorite peanut butter and chocolate combinations. It will truly knock your socks off. Game day or any day your guests will thank you for this one.
The Best Ever! Pecan Pie Bars so good people offer to pay me for them!
Simple Double Chocolate Pecan Brownies moist, chocolaty, rich & delicious. A whisk, a bowl and 20 minutes are all that are standing between you and these brownies.
Peanuts. Popcorn. OK, how about Crunchy Caramel Peanut Butter Popcorn? Oh my! So easy and sooooo delicious.
12 great salads to round out your Super Bowl 50 buffet: Best of Recipe Box
We’re closing in on the Super Bowl the big showdown between the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers. For a lot of people, the game calls for a party filled with plenty of great snacks. But with all those hot wings, nachos and bowls of chili, you may want to offer some lighter fare to round out your party buffet. These 12 salads lighten things up a little, while staying in the spirit of the Super Bowl.
Sundried Tomato and Pesto Potato Salad
No Super Bowl buffet is complete without at least one potato salad. Instead of one made with heaps of mayonnaise and mustard, opt for this Italian-themed version. Chopped sun-dried tomatoes give the salad a nice pop of color. If you're put off by the high cost of pine nuts, the dressing can be made with blanched slivered almonds with similar results.
Mediterranean Wheat Berry and Bean Salad
Mediterranean Wheat Berry and Bean Salad
Looking for a Super Bowl salad with a little heft? You can’t miss with this hearty combination of nutty wheat berries and protein-packed Great Northern beans. The addition of spicy harissa gives the dressing the sort of kick you want on game day.
This is an upscale -- and much tastier -- version of the cold sesame noodle salad that used to come free with takeout orders at some Chinese restaurants. It’s a great addition to a Super Bowl spread because it’s got the spice that football fans crave, and it can be made the day before, allowing the flavors to blend.
Cabbage and Carrot Slaw
Strategic Cooking columnist Matthew Card came up with this terrific slaw, which makes a great topping to Super Bowl sandwiches or as a cool counterpoint to spicy buffet fare. The dressing can be made a day in advance, and tossed with the vegetables just before serving.
Best Super Bowl Recipes
The Super Bowl is this Sunday and no matter who you’re rooting for, you’re going to need the appropriate game day fuel. These delicious recipes are tested, easy, and definitely palate pleasers!
Seven Layer Mexican Dip
Even if you think you’ve seen this recipe before, you’ve never had it like this, and it’s the first item to completely disappear from the party table, guaranteed.
16 oz. container sour cream (do not use low fat)
¼ cup mayonnaise
1 packet taco seasoning mix
2 ripe avocados
Juice of ½ lime
1 teaspoon garlic salt
2 – 9 oz. cans bean dip (found in the chips aisle of your supermarket), or one 16 oz. can refried beans
1 large tomato seeded and chopped
8 oz. package shredded yellow Cheddar cheese
10-12 large black olives, sliced
3 scallions, finely chopped (green parts only)
1 chopped Jalapeño pepper if you like a “kick” to it! (optional)
Tortilla chips, or “scoop” style tortilla chips
In a medium bowl, combine sour cream, taco seasoning and mayonnaise and mix well. Chill in refrigerator while preparing rest of dip. In a separate bowl, mash ripe avocados with lime juice and garlic salt. Set aside.
Open cans of bean dip and spread in an even layer on the bottom of a glass pie plate or similar style dish (or layer in a trifle dish, as pictured). Next, carefully spread the guacamole in another even layer on top of the bean layer. Spread the sour cream mixture for the top layer, ensuring to spread to the edges. Top with cheese, tomatoes, scallions, and olives. Cover, and chill for 1 hour before serving. Serve with tortilla chips.
Easy Crock Pot Buffalo Wings
Wings just got super easy!
12 -14 chicken wings, fresh or frozen and thawed
1 – 12 oz. bottle Frank’s™ Buffalo Red Hot Wings Sauce (be sure it’s the “Wings Sauce”)
Place wings in the slow cooker. Cover and cook on High for 2.5 hours.
After 2.5 hours, remove juices from crockpot. Pour Buffalo Wings Sauce over the chicken. Cover, and cook for 1 hour more on High heat setting. Serve with carrot and celery sticks, and blue cheese or ranch dressing for dipping.
Slow Cooker Brown Sugar Kielbasa
This recipe is so simple, you might think we forgot some ingredients because there are only two. But they create magic in your slow cooker (and see how many people don’t believe you when you tell them it’s just two ingredients!) Now, watch them disappear.
3 pounds Kielbasa, cut into 1″ pieces
1 pound box dark brown sugar
Place everything in a slow cooker and stir to combine. Cook on low heat for 5 hours. Can be served directly from the slow cooker (set to warm) on the party food table.
Best Ever Clam Dip
Even guests who say they don’t like clam dip try this and are hooked. Serve with pretzel logs and kettle cooked chips.
2 8 oz. packages full-fat cream cheese, softened
1 6.5 oz. can Snow’s® minced clams, liquid reserved
1 6.5 oz can Snow’s® chopped clams, drained
1 teaspoon Adolph’s® Meat Tenderizer Seasoned With Spices
1 small clove garlic, pressed through a garlic press
2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
In a large mixing bowl, using an electric beater (or use a stand mixer fitted with a paddle), combine cream cheese, the minced clams with broth, Worcestershire sauce, garlic, and spices, until thoroughly combined and no lumps. When thoroughly mixed, stir in the can of drained chopped clams. Cover and chill at least 3 hours before serving. Serve with chips and pretzel rods.
Bacon-Wrapped Cheese Bombs
This recipe is definitely a game-changer. Once you introduce these bombs to your friends, they’ll demand them every time.
1 tube large flaky style refrigerator biscuits
1 16 oz block of Mozzarella cheese, cut into 1″ cubes
16 slices bacon (1 per bomb)
Vegetable oil for frying
Pull each biscuit in half so you have two round discs (for a total of 16). Place a cheese cube in the center of each half. Fold dough around cheese cube and pinch well to seal. Shape into ball.
Wrap one slice of bacon around each ball, trying to cover all the dough with bacon. Secure with toothpick.
Fry each ball until bacon is brown and crisp, turning frequently. Drain on paper towels. Serve warm, with your choice of dipping sauce (Honey Mustard, Ranch, hot sauce — the sky’s the limit) or plain.
Here are links to some other delicious ideas for Game Day:
Chili Garlic Baked Sweet Potato Chips
Can’t have a party without chips — even if that means transferring your chip bowl to smaller, one-person bowls.
Recipe by Lauren Miyashiro
2 medium sweet potatoes, thinly sliced
1 tbsp. vegetable oil
1 tbsp. cornstarch
1 tbsp. chili powder
2 tsp. smoked paprika
1 tsp. garlic powder
1 tsp. mustard powder
2 tsp. kosher salt
½ tsp. freshly ground pepper
2 green onions, finely sliced
⅔ cup sour cream
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Place two wire racks on two large rimmed baking sheets. Toss sweet potatoes in oil until evenly coated.
In a separate large bowl, whisk together cornstarch, spices, salt and pepper. Add sweet potatoes and toss until evenly coated in spice mixture.
Place sweet potatoes on wire racks in a single layer. Bake for 25 to 35 minutes, until crisp and dry. (They’ll continue to crisp as they cool.)
While the sweet potatoes cool, fold green onions into sour cream and serve with chips.
Super Bowl food: Best recipes for your party, with snacks from Kansas City, San Francisco and Miami
We are a day away from Super Bowl LIV as the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs are preparing to face off for a chance at the title and the Lombardi Trophy. When it comes to the Super Bowl, some fans are drawn in to the game itself, others are mostly excited to watch the ads that companies spend millions on, and some are just there for the food at parties.
No matter your interest, food tends to be at the center of the biggest Sunday in sports.
With the Super Bowl taking place in Miami this year and the teams jetting in from Missouri and California, here are some foods from the three areas, as well as some classics, to have at your Super Bowl party or to bring to a LIV celebration. These recipes will not only impress your guests with taste and presentation, they'll also be so on-theme.
Cuban-style ropa vieja: If you want to give a nod to the Miami flair of the Super Bowl, Cuban-style ropa vieja is a good place to start. This flavorful dish is easy to make with this recipe from Alwaysorderdessert.com and will switch things up from ordinary tailgate food.
Cuban black bean-and-rice mojo burgers, mango slaw, garlic tostones: Want to serve burgers with a Miami twist? This recipe from HalfBakedHarvest.com provides a game-day classic dish that just so happens to be meatless. This burger is perfect for the vegetarians in the group, since many dishes on Super Bowl Sunday tend to involve meat, but it is also one even meat-lovers will enjoy. It's accompanied by a tropical slaw and tostones, instead of your typical chips.
Kansas City-inspired recipes
Kansas City baked beans: These are the perfect side to any Super Bowl meal. The unique flavor comes from brisket burnt ends. Here is an easy-to-follow recipe from TheSpruceEats.com.
Kansas City-style barbecue: For the meat lovers in the group, Kansas City-style barbecue is the way to go. While many true carnivores denounce the use of ketchup on BBQ, if you want to honor Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who has an obsession with the condiment, get that ketchup out. This recipe for Kansas City-style ribs from KevinIsCooking.com is sure to be a party hit.
San Francisco-inspired recipes
Clam chowder in a sourdough bread bowl: Sourdough bread is a favorite around the San Francisco area. Clam chowder in a sourdough bowl is a Bay Area staple and a delicious addition to the festivities. This ChristinasCucina.com recipe is the perfect dish to serve up to guests.
Ghirardelli-stuffed brownie sundaes: Ghiradelli was founded in San Francisco, so it is only fitting to have a dessert based around their chocolate. MyBakingAddiction.com has a stuffed brownie sundae using Ghirardelli chocolate that will satisfy anyone's sweet tooth.
Classic Super Bowl foods
A Super Bowl party would seem empty without these classics. Grab some chips and salsa, of course, but if you are looking to make something a bit more involved than that, here are some recipes to serve up for the big day.
Wings: To bring up football without bringing up wings seems against everything we stand for, so wings are a must for the party. Delish.com has a classic Buffalo-style recipe that will keep you from waiting forever for delivery from a local spot for the SB staple.
Slow-cooker Chex Mix: If you need something to nervously munch on as you watch your team in the most highly anticipated game of the year, this slow-cooker Chex Mix recipe from Delish.com is just the thing.
Pigs in a blanket: One of 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo's favorite foods is Chicago-style hot dogs, and while this is not exactly that, it's the next best thing. Pigs in a blanket is just the crowd-pleaser you need to complete the menu.