Let me tell you right now, I am not a football person. Sorry, not sorry. BUT! I love me some good party food. I will go to your Super Bowl party and have a great time because I love any excuse to eat and drink and be around people enjoying themselves. You know what else I will do? Happily supply you with recipes for your Super Bowl Sunday. Yep, that’s what I’m here for! Since I haven’t done a Super Bowl recipe roundup before, I’m sticking with mostly classic choices. You’ve got your nachos, your chicken wings, basically anything that sounds super fatty and delicious and cheesy or meaty.
Honestly, I’m not here to give you anything but indulgence. Dan’s been on his vegan diet all January so just looking at these recipes feels satisfying. I’ve also always considered Super Bowl parties to be the one day you pig out after a long month of purging yourself of excess. You have your holiday celebrations and then vow to never eat cheese again and then BOOM. Super Bowl greasiness, coming at you! So yeah, I tried to get a variety of dishes on this list but please let me know what other Super Bowl staples you would add to this list. I’m curious to hear your thoughts.
10 Super Bowl Recipes
Potato nachos? Hello game changer. Kind of like potato skins, but crispier. Just imagine a tasty morsel of crispy potato topped with cheddar, blue cheese, and buffalo sauce. Yum.
I’ve been craving queso recently and it’s a great Super Bowl staple. Especially with a little spicy chorizo. And chili. AND beer! Delicioso!
You know how I said queso is a good Super Bowl staple? Well, wings are THE best Super Bowl dish. There are so many wing flavors out there. BBQ, Chipotle, Salt & pepper, jerk, teriyaki… But buffalo wings, especially with a delicious blue cheese dip, are king.
Nachos are a classic choice. Insanely easy to throw together with endless flavor combinations. This recipe features homemade chips and a ooey gooey delicious queso to drizzle all over your yummy nachos.
Now for an underrated pick. Chicken fingers! Here’s why you loved them as a kid and why you’ll love them now. They’re finger food. Dippable in any sauce you desire. And they’re comforting. AW.
Any soft pretzel will be delicious but add some parmesan and your pretzels will be poppin’ with flavor. And that’s before you even add the parmesan cheese sauce. Double the flavor double the fun, right?
Chex mix is the thing I go for after I’ve already stuffed myself but I’m still enjoying some beer. Just munching away on some spicy sriracha chex mix, sipping a beer, not paying attention to the football game, enjoying life.
Pulled pork sliders are a no brainer for Super Bowl Sunday and if you use a slow cooker they take no effort at all. But pulled pork sliders with garlic aioli? Oooh baby.
I found some really good-looking breaded jalapeño popper recipes. But let’s make life easy and delicious for you by adding some store bought puff pastry. This recipe even has a surprise, the addition of garlic hummus to the cream cheese, bacon, and jalapeños.
Frito chili cheese dogs. Can I get a hell yeah! I’d make a hot dog bar with the chili, cheese, fritos and then some extra toppings like chopped scallions, jalapeños, hot sauce.