Super Bowl Recipes to Make Your Guests Cheer

The Super Bowl is the biggest game of the year: people come together from far and wide to cheer on the team of their choosing and indulge in some of their favorite game time snacks. This Sunday, February 5th, the New England Patriots will be squaring off against the Atlanta Falcons at the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas for Super Bowl LI, and my bet is that many of you reading this have already made plans for the big game. Instead of forking over big bucks for catering this year’s party, save some money and have a little fun cooking at home with these recipes for the perfect Super Bowl party – well, as perfect as it can be without the Steelers playing!

  • Wings
    • Like turkey and Thanksgiving or hot dogs and the fourth of July, you just can’t watch the Super Bowl without eating hot wings. Eat them baked, fried, or even grilled, but just make sure you’re eating them! Check out this recipe for gourmet buffalo hot wings that your guests won’t be able to stop eating!
  • 7-Layer Dip
    • For a quick and easy snack that’s always a guaranteed hit, you can’t go wrong when it comes to 7-layer dip. With guacamole, cheese, tomatoes, onions, beans, and more, it’s the ideal snack for large gatherings. Once it’s prepared, just serve with tortilla chips for an instant fan favorite.
  • Pub Pretzels and Beer Cheese
    • The Super Bowl takes place during one of the coldest months of the year, so serve your guests something that will keep them warm from the inside out all throughout the game. Warm, soft pub pretzels with savory, creamy beer cheese is a great snack that anyone will enjoy!
  • Jalapeño Poppers
    • When you’re watching a game, there’s not time or room to be meddling with silverware and dishes, so finger foods are a must. And when it comes to finger foods, no other snack is packed with such immense flavor and kick as the jalapeño popper. Kick it up even further with this recipe for bacon-wrapped jalapeño poppers.
  • Chili
    • Bust out the slow-cooker the morning of the game and come kickoff you’ll have some bubbling, delicious crockpot chili that will make any mouth water. It takes nearly 9 hours to make, but if you get everything in the pot in the morning, you can let it cook while you prepare any other dishes.