Super Bowl Sunday’s almost here and it happens to be one of my favorite foodie days! Who doesn’t love a good game day spread with tons of appetizers and game day foods to graze over all day? These recipes will make cheering on your favorite pick, watching all those commercials and the big half-time show even more fun. I’ve rounded up some of my absolute favorite game day recipes below to get you ready for your Super Bowl viewing parties! If you’re having a small party for 2 or inviting all your friends and family over there’s something in here that’ll be a crowd pleaser.
Pretzel Knots and Cheese Dip Our #1 favorite football party appetizer! Soft warm pretzel knots dipped in a creamy cheese dip with tangy stone ground mustard. Pairs perfectly with some cut up sausages too!
Grilled Jalapeno Poppers Spicy, crispy, salty, charred bacon wrapped jalapeños stuffed with ooey gooey cream cheese and cheddar cheese to cool things off – enough said!
Deviled Eggs 3 ways – Why make 1 type of deviled egg when you could make 3 for a fun party assortment? Bread & Butter Pickle, Buffalo Blue Cheese and Sweet and Spicy Sriracha will be sure to please everyone!
Chili Salt Guacamole and Grilled Corn Salsa What’s a party without Chips, Salsa and Guacamole? These are bright, fresh and pair perfectly with a cold beer!
Chicken Bacon Ranch Roll-Ups Everything about these is simple. Store bought ingredients all rolled up into hott, cheesy croissant rolls. Dip them in ranch, barbecue sauce, or buffalo sauce for extra fun.
Bacon Wrapped Water Chestnuts are the perfect appetizer. Quick, easy, sweet, spicy and bite size. They’ll be gone instantly!
The Main Event
E.B.’s IPA Chili – Beer, chili, cheese and serves a crowd. The ultimate game day meal in itself.
Make it a meal with this Grilled Corn Salad that goes perfectly with Grilled Tri Tip sandwiched between two buns and your favorite barbecue sauce.
Green Chili Stew – A little extra work goes a long way and if you’re only here for half-time and the commercials this recipe’s for you on gameday! Serve with chips, salsa, guacamole, and melty quesadillas for a fiesta spread.
Game Day French Dips start these early in the slow cooker to enjoy an easy hands off meaty sandwich for game time! They’re melt in your mouth tender, and get served up with their own au jus. Toast up those buns with melted cheese and don’t be surprised if you eat more than one!
Food Truck Mac n’ Cheese would be great on its own or in addition to wings, ribs, sandwiches, apps or any other stick to your ribs goodness.
Have a great Super Bowl Sunday! I hope you like these recipes if you give one a try or that this list gives you some inspiration for your big game spread.
Thanks for stopping by 🙂