Alright, who you are you rooting for in the Super Bowl? Me? Umm, neither team really. I just don’t follow football a whole lot. I will watch a few of the playoff games and I’ll watch the Super Bowl for the commercials. And of course, the game day grub is the most entertaining in my book. I read that folks will spend more than 50 million dollars just on food for the Super Bowl! So this is a big food holiday for most of us! I thought I would gather some yummy recipes you can easily make or take to your Super Bowl parties. I’ve tried to include a good variety of bite-sized foods, dips and even sweets!
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Frito Chili Pie ~ Cut open some individual bags of Fritos and serve the chili right inside the frito bag. Guests can add their own toppings!
Frito Corn Salad ~ If you really want to wow your guests with something different, make this!
Hot Dog Chili ~ Eat it alone. Eat it on hot dogs. Lots of uses!
Apple Pie Pizza ~ This slices up great for easy servings. Cut in squares or triangles.
Baked Churros ~ SO easy and made with frozen puff pastry!
BBQ Biscuit Cups ~ Easy to make and easy to serve!
Crock Pot Beef Dips ~ Serve this on rolls for a more bite size serving!
Cheeseburger Soup ~ Keep this warm in your crock pot and keep a small stack of bowls on the side along with some crisp bacon pieces. Let guests serve themselves and add their own topping!
Cherry Pie Bites ~ I suggest making a bunch of these in different flavors. Apple pie filling, blueberry, peach, strawberry pie filling all work wonderful and they will get gobbled up!
Chili Mac ~ This is a dish everyone loves! Keep it warm in your crock pot. Make sure to have a bowl of shredded cheese on the side for topping!
Honey Mustard Sauce ~ This might seem like such a simple thing but it is SO good. Serve it as a dip for chicken nuggets or cream cheese sausage balls!
Jell-O Marshmallows ~ This is one the kiddos can help make! Use different colored Jell-o for your favorite teams. Orange, Blue, and Green will all work for this year’s Super Bowl Matchup!
Potato Salad ~ Once you make this, everyone will ask you to make it every time you have a party!
Cowboy Calico Beans ~ These beans are a meal in themselves!
Lazy Cookie Bars ~ Only 4 Ingredients. Cook them in a pan, and slice and serve. Change it up by using different cake mixes and chocolate chips!
Mom’s Taco Salad ~ Set all the ingredients in bowls and let your friends make their own salads. Love this stuff!!
Oreo Cookie Balls~ You just cannot go wrong with these. Sprinkle the tops with different colored sugars to match your team colors!
Oreo Puddin’ Poke Cake ~ Folks go nuts for these poke cakes.
You gotta have at least one of these at your party!
Southern Pecan Butterballs ~ These are bit-sized hunks of goodness!
Pull-Apart Pizza Bread ~ Make it in a bundt pan and let folks dig in!
Copycat Chili’s Salsa ~ So good and it’s a salsa that appeals to everyone!
Southern Baked Beans ~ Hands-down, my hubby’s favorite.
Bacon Wrapped Brats ~ I used bratwurst here but you can use your favorite sausage. Kielbasa works great too!
Crock Pot Baked Beans ~ an easier version of baked beans.
Banana Pudding Poke Cake ~ See my comment above on the Oreo Puddin’ Poke Cake. 😉
BLT Bites ~ little bites of heaven!
Boston Cream Poke Cake ~ I am not even kidding, your guests will love these poke cakes!
Brunswick Stew ~ Maybe not your typical “football food” but it’s so nice to have this keeping warm in the crock pot and let guests serve themselves up something warming and filling!
Crock Pot Buffalo Chicken Pasta ~ Chicken wings are awesome! But how about changing it up a bit with some Buffalo Chicken Pasta. So flavorful!
Buffalo Chicken Sliders ~ Another fun addition to chicken wings and so easy to make. The sauce you drizzle on top of the sliders is really what takes this over the top!
Cheddar Bacon Potato Packets ~ If you are firing up the grill for burgers, then you HAVE to add these!
Cheesy Bacon Puffs ~ Cheese and Bacon, need I say more??
Cheesy Bacon Ranch Bread ~ A great bread for sharing!
Cheesy Garlic Bread ~ There’s a secret ingredient in this that makes it knee-slapping good!
Country Cole Slaw – this is so good all on it’s own but it tastes great on the Crock Pot Pulled Pork.
Crunchy Asian Slaw ~ this is always one of the first dishes to be emptied at any party!
Grilled Chicken Skewers ~ the marinade for these really is what takes them over the top!
Callie’s Ham Salad ~ This goes perfect with crackers or on biscuits and rolls!
Homemade Kit Kat Bars ~ A fun treat that can easily be cut into bite size squares.
Italian Beef Sandwiches ~ the meat is just so tender and flavorful. Can easily be served as sliders.
Jalapeno Popper Bites ~ so easy to throw together. Little bites of goodness!
Jell-O Poke Cake/Cupcakes ~ Make them using your teams favorite colors!
No-Boil Mac and Cheese ~ it just ain’t a party til there’s Mac and Cheese!
Grape Jelly Meatballs ~ Try this recipe with Lil Smokies too!
Pepperoni Roll-Ups ~ Kids and grown ups alike love these!
Crock Pot Shredded BBQ Chicken ~ Put it on some buns or rolls and you will have a happy crowd!
Crock Pot Chili ~ You gotta have chili at a Super Bowl party, right?
Warm Bean Dip ~ one of the most popular recipes on my blog!
Warm Pimiento Cheese Dip ~ Make this, you won’t regret it!!