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The Super Bowl is America’s unofficial national holiday. The game is watched in a large gathering with friends and family over wings, potato skins, nachos, and beer. So when it comes to entertaining guests, you’ll want easy Super Bowl food ideas that don’t take much hassle to make.
Welp, it is that time again. It is time to roll out all the finger foods, the napkins, and paper plates put on your jerseys and prepare to lose your voice as you scream for your favorite teams. It is a unique celebration here in Cincinnati because the Bengals made it to the Super Bowl! It is such a big deal here that some companies are granting the following Monday off to their employees. Of course, a celebration this big has to have delicious food!
Fortunately for all of you, I know how to cook… a little bit. Here is a list of delicious appetizers that will make everyone who attends your Super Bowl party happy on game day. I broke up the recipes into sections by category by popularity to make navigating your menu options easy. I added the most popular Super Bowl recipes below. All you’ll need is your preferred sauces and dressing for your wings, a sprinkle of red pepper flakes for your pizza, and fresh sliced tomato for the sandwiches and burgers.
Chicken Wing Recipes
I think it’s no mystery that chicken wings are one of the most popular Super Bowl appetizers years after year. It is said that having a Super Bowl without chicken wings is like having a football team without a quarterback. Fortunately, my blog has a lot of quarterbacks. So here are a few of my favorite chicken wing recipes for Super Bowl Sunday.
Chips and Dips
There is nothing like a cheesy and melty dip to smother your tortilla chips and pretzel bites into. In fact, dips are my favorite football appetizer above chicken wings. They’re just so much fun and packed full of flavor!
It is easier to call in some pizzas to avoid cleanup and to still make everyone happy. I don’t mind this option either (I’m a sucker for a Thin Crust Pepperoni Pizza) but there are a few super bowl recipe options on my blog site that will give you a different spin on how to make pizza.
Making a big pot of chili is exactly what I would do if I were hosting a game day party. I have a few soup options that would be perfect for your super bowl menu.
- Award-Winning Chili (Chili Con Carne)
- Jalapeno Beer Cheese and Bacon Soup
- Buffalo Chicken Soup
- White Chicken Chili Soup
Sliders & Sandwiches
Cute mini sandwiches are the perfect way to round out your plate. They don’t have to just be mini burgers, but anything you can put on a mini slider bun would be perfect. A whole sandwich wouldn’t be a bad idea either.
Party Food Favorites
Here are some of the best Super Bowl food ideas that you will want to have at your next game day party! But let’s not forget about some of the classics such as guacamole, salsa, cheese balls, hummus, and pigs in a blanket.
Game Day Snack Ideas
Aside from making some of these delicious snacks, here are some extra snack ideas that you and your friends would love!
These “BIGGS Little Ceasar Pepperoni Pizza” sunflower seeds are a great snack option! They are filled with delicious flavor and great taste that tastes just like Pepperoni Pizza!
My husband absolutely loves Slim Jims and they are perfect for game day. In fact, he is loving Slim Jim’s newest spicy flavor which gives the beef jerky an amazing kick! This is especially good for those who are watching their carbs with 18 grams of protein.
If there is anything I can’t stand to do more in the kitchen, that is chopping and prepping. Any way I can shorten that effort is a win for me. Dorot Gardens has crushed herbs and veggies for garlic, cilantro, turmeric, dill, and onions. This came in handy when I made my Air Fryer Garlic Parmesan Chicken Wings.