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If you’re anything like us, Super Bowl Sunday is a national holiday in your house. And for a day as epic as this, only the most legendary menu will do! And you’ve come to the right place.
Unless your favorite team is playing in the big game, the food is the best part of Super Bowl Sunday.
So, although it wasn’t easy to narrow down, I’ve created a list of my 10 most popular Super Bowl recipes to take you from pregame all the way to the final touchdown.
I call it my First and Top Ten Super Bowl Food List. Get it? First and ten. Cause it’s football. Anyway, let’s get into the list!
Finally, I’ll include a bonus menu item for dessert that’s sure to please everyone at your party.
No Super Bowl party is complete without this iconic dip. Buffalo chicken dip is arguably the most popular Super Bowl food out there.
It’s creamy, it’s spicy, it’s all sorts of addictive. This easy recipe for buffalo chicken dip tastes just like classic buffalo wings but without the bones.
Coming in at only 5 simple ingredients, it’s the perfect dip to make ahead. When the big game time comes, just heat and eat!
There are few things as addictive as fried pickles. Fortunately, you can make this delicious appetizer right in your own home, with no special equipment!
I’ll show you how to make fried pickles that are just as good as in a restaurant, if not better.
This fried pickle recipe is the perfect appetizer or side dish for game days, Super Bowl parties or any time you’re feeling like bringing the restaurant home.
And now that we can make our favorite snack gluten free, everyone can enjoy!
I’m not sure if there’s any single dish that’s more synonymous with game day than nachos. And these fully loaded sheet pan nachos with ground turkey are what every Super Bowl party needs!
These nachos have everything that’s great about tacos, just laid flat! It starts with crispy tortilla chips and seasoned taco meat. Then we’ll pile on all of our favorite toppings: pickled jalapeños, buttery avocado and heaps of melted cheese.
Top it off with salsa, sour cream and lots of fresh cilantro and scallions, and you’ve got a party on a plate!
Are you ready to meet the easiest dip recipe for your game day menu? Meet this 3 Ingredient Chili Cheese Dip.
There’s something about the combination of cream cheese, chunky chili and sharp cheddar cheese that draws a crowd every time! Year after year, this easy dip is one of the most popular food items on our game day menu.
The good news is that anyone – and I mean anyone – can easily make this cheesy chili dip in no time at all.
And with the big game coming up in just a few weeks, you’ll be happy you have this easy dip recipe on hand.
This Hooters Daytona wings recipe is finger lickin’ good!
A saucy blend of tangy barbecue sauce, spicy hot sauce and sweet honey, Hooters Daytona sauce has all the good things and then some.
With this easy recipe you can make these famous wings right in your own kitchen!
We’re baking these saucy wings until they’re golden brown and crispy, which saves a ton of fat and calories. But trust me, you won’t know the difference.
With a delicious blend of cheeses and just the right amount of heat, you’ll be dipping into this Tex Mex queso all night!
I love this queso recipe for its seasonless quality. It’s as comfortable at Cinco de Mayo parties as it is on your game day menu.
Now you don’t have to go to your favorite Mexican restaurant to get all that warm, cheesy goodness.
This Tex-Mex queso is also vegetarian, gluten free and keto friendly, so everyone can get in on the fun!
For football fans who want something they can really sink their teeth into, these turkey burger sliders are sure to hit the spot.
These sliders will be the ooiest, gooiest, juiciest addition to your game day menu! They’re just a messy good time. Using lean ground turkey and mini burger buns, this recipe is a great way to serve a hungry crowd.
Loaded with 2 kinds of cheese, grilled onions and a tangy special sauce and served on soft, squishy Hawaiian rolls, these miniature burgers might just be the star of your Super Bowl spread. You’re going to need extra napkins for this one!
This beer cheese dip is a must-have for the perfect game day! With only 5 simple ingredients, you’ll have a creamy, tangy dip that’ll please all the football fans in the house.
This beer dip is an old favorite, and a regular on game nights. Friends have called in advance to ask if I’m making this beer cheese recipe for the game.
It’s to the point where I’d be superstitious not to make it! So you should too.
You will not believe how crispy these baked chicken rolled tacos get in the oven! There’s no frying required in this chicken taquitos recipe, and the taste and texture will fool even the most critical foodies.
They’re crispy outside, cheesy and yummy inside, with all the good Tex Mex flavors.
We like to stir a few drops of hot sauce into regular ranch dressing. It makes such a yummy dip!
Did I really include not one but two buffalo chicken dips on this top ten Super Bowl foods list? Yes I did. And there’s a good reason.
Everyone loves buffalo chicken dip, but not everyone loves blue cheese. Although I personally can’t relate, I received enough feedback from the littles in our family that I created a blue cheese-free version of this popular Super bowl food.
This creamy dip is just as tangy, cheesy and spicy as the original, with a few tweaks that satisfy those blue cheese haters.
So, if you’re the one who replies “ranch” when asked if you want ranch or blue cheese, this one’s for you!
You may not think that cookies have a place on a list of popular Super Bowl foods, but I can guarantee one thing – serve these chocolate chips cookies at your football party and there will be no leftovers.
If you love a cookie that’s chewy and stays chewy for days, these chewy chocolate chip cookies are for you! This super easy recipe requires no chilling, so you can make the cookie dough and pop it right into the oven.
They’ve got an irresistibly crispy outside and an insanely soft inside. And they’re packed to the gills with chocolate chips.
It’s never a bad idea to end an epic evening like Super Bowl Sunday with a little something sweet. Trust me, these cookies are the right answer.
Super Bowl Weekend is right around the corner, and I can’t wait to hear about which of these recipes makes it onto your game day menu.
Drop a comment below and let me know! Happy game day!