These easy Super Bowl party food and game day recipes will make entertaining a breeze. Take a look at these mouth watering appetizers, snacks and desserts.
It's that time of year where I am looking to create a good Super Bowl Recipe menu so I decided to go through all my recipes and pick my favorites. Whether you are looking for something salty, something sweet or something spicy, these recipes are all perfect for watching the Super Bowl.
Let's get to the game day recipes!
Lets talk about Buffalo Wings. My son and husband go crazy for them. And now that we have an air fryer, they make batches and batches. These Crispy Air Fryer Chicken Wings sure look good, don't they? If you don't have an air fryer, try these Skinny Buffalo Wings that can be made in your oven.
Watching football makes me want to dip food in a bowl. Its so easy to take a plain crack, tortilla chip or vegetable and make it special with what ever you are dipping into. If you are not watching calories, you must try this Pimento Cheese Recipe. It can be made in advance and is so good. I serve it with crackers or pretzels. You can dip or spread as either is acceptable.
If you want something a little lighter, this Creamy Feta and Roasted Red Pepper Dip will fit the bill. It's great with vegetables to complete the more healthy theme if that's what you are looking for in your game day recipes .
Dips also come in sweet forms. This Chocolate Chip Nutella Cheesecake Dip is the bomb! I serve it with fruit, pretzels or graham crackers. When I go to a Super Bowl party, people request that I bring this.
Another favorite, that my friends and family request is Three Cheese Pepperoni Bread. I serve it with my Easy 25-Minute Marinara Sauce and everyone is happy. This is one of my favorite game day recipes but I also serve it on New Years eve.
If you need something just to snack on, Sweet Sriracha Almonds will do the trick. Sweet and spicy is what I like and I think everyone enjoys them. They are easy enough to make and can be addicting.
It's not a Super Bowl party or game day spread without CHILI!
We can't forget chili for the big game. Try this Chili for a Crowd recipe and you can feed lots of people or freeze the leftovers. They come in handy on nights you want a good meal but don't feel like cooking. Just remove from the freezer and defrost in your microwave.
All of these recipes are fairly easy but if you want something even your ten year old kids can make, try English Muffin Pizzas. They are perfect for the kiddos. I loved them as a kid and lived off of them as a teenager. English muffins are a great vehicle to hold sauce, cheese and your favorite toppings.
If you want a pizza that's a little more complicated and very hearty, Philly Cheesesteak Pizza is the one to make. It contains lots of cheese, sauce and thinly sliced steak. It has all the great flavors of a Philly cheesesteak and is one of my son's favorites.
Mini Desserts for a party anyone?
So we will end this Easy Super Bowl Party Recipes list with something sweet. I like serving bite size desserts and these Mini Salted Caramel Apple Pies can be made the day before. They are so good! Try reheating them in the microwave for a few seconds too.
Last but not least, we have Cannoli Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries. It's Florida strawberry season so why not take advantage of it? The filling can be made in advance and you can stuff the strawberries the day of the party. Everyone will be impressed with this bite size dessert.
So here you have my top eleven Easy Super Bowl Party Food Recipes. I hope you will try some. Have fun, enjoy the food, game and watch the fun commercials!