My family loves football. Well, I love football, and my family likes it. The action, the beautiful passes, the hard hitting, the mind-altering catches. The joy…the agony. If I thought anyone would read it, I would totally start a football blog. Isn’t it great how America turns everything into a food event? Especially the big game.
Did you know that Superbowl Sunday is the SECOND BIGGEST FOOD EVENT in the United States?? (Second only to Thanksgiving. Seriously? I love the USA!) That tells me three things. 1-People love football. 2-People love to eat. 3-People love to eat while watching football. Here is our collection of Superbowl Party Recipes for the big game.
BONUS: These recipes taste just as good on paper plates as they do on fine china. Amazing.
The Most Epic Superbowl Recipes Ever.
Get a little country flavor at your next gameday party with these spicy little quesadillas and tacos.
Yes. I did. I stuffed fresh spicy jalapeno peppers with homemade cheddar pimento cheese and wrapped those suckers in bacon. GAME ON.
Meatballs simmered in homemade marinara sauce and topped with loads of gooey mozzarella? Sign me up, coach. Serve with crusty bread for a game day great.
It is time for the Game of the Year. The occasion calls for the Dip of the Year. Yep, I’m going there. This French onion dip will make you the MVP of your party.
Meaty and hearty, these savory and tender bites of venison are wrapped in hickory smoked bacon and glazed with BBQ sauce. Score.
These. Are. Spectacular. Cold cherry ice cream topped with sweet fizzy Dr Pepper, then swirled with whipped topping, chocolate + cherries. Winner.
Three easy dip recipes for all your munching: Zesty Blue Cheese, Sriracha Ranch + Hoisin Mustard.
Loaded with spinach, this classic artichoke dip is always a crowd favorite. Serve with an assortment of chips, veggies, and bread.
Salty, sweet and totally portable. Get your munch on with this party mix at your next football party.
Cheesy, rich, over the top flavor wrapped in a handy little game day meal.
Savory + tender rotisserie chicken with a LOAD of cheese + RO*TEL. Yes. Do this.
Sweet, tangy, and savory, this recipe for homemade bacon jam is great with crackers and cheese. Great for watching the big game.
Now THIS is a party sub. Loaded with classic Mexican flavors like chipotle and salsa verde, this is a hit at any Superbowl party.
Sweet + sticky wings chargrilled to game day perfection.
Savory grilled sausages with bold + bright veggies, glazed with an easy mustard sauce. Heck, yeah!
This bold and hearty Texas Chili was originally created as part of our Collegiate SEC Tailgate Special. But heck, this is professional level good.
No way around it, these are so good. If you love Asian-inspired flavor, these delicious chicken wings are a must for your big game gathering.
Another tailgate recipe from our SEC Special, these Mustard Chicken Wings are one of my favorite recipes on the whole entire blog. Tangy, savory, crispy and well…Superbowl Worthy!
Be the person that brings something different to the Superbowl party! This simple and tasty bacon recipe is so awesome, everyone will be going crazy over it.
No self-respecting football party is complete without this Southern classic : pimento cheese. Serve it on crackers, with chips, on bread, on veggies. Score! (We have two versions. Savory and sharp or a little sweet and creamy. Try them both!)
Speaking of cheese…this BLT Cheese Ball is excellent. Easy to throw together, yummy on some crackers. Football and cheese go together like…well…football and cheese. 🙂
Are you seeing the pattern yet? Wings and cheese. I mean really, this is the biggest football game of the year, so you have to serve everyone’s favorite things. These Sweet & Spicy Wings are a classic grilled wing that everyone will love.
We are spilling all of our yummy secrets, like our very best gumbo recipe. This will be a hit at your football gathering, so make a big pot. Serve with hot sauce, crackers and cold beer. A winning combo. (Plus all the little sausages cook up shaped like footballs. Cute!)
Time for something sweet! How about these super easy, super fun team-colored candy coated pretzel sticks? These were originally made for our SEC Football Special, but how fun would these be in Superbowl team colors? Totally snack worthy and that’s why it is on our list of Superbowl Party Recipes.
Pig skins and pig meat. Yep, sounds good to me. In this recipe we will give you the how-to of throwing a pork shoulder in your slow cooker before you go to bed, and waking up to Superbowl worthy BBQ sliders. Serve with all the fixings and some pickles, and you will have a happy crowd.
You’ve gotta have something sweet at any party. This rich and decadent Southern-inspired dessert dip is just the thing.
So Kentucky isn’t going to the Superbowl, I mean, they don’t have an NFL team. But, these Hot Kentucky Brown Sliders should be at every Superbowl party. Turkey, tomato, bacon and cheese gravy. Buttery and yummy these will be a hit. Make a double batch. You’re welcome.
Wrap something in bacon and it instantly gets better.
To balance out some of the total meat and cheese fest, we present you with this delicious ream Cheese and Veggie Pizza Appetizer. Another easy and tasty crowd-pleaser for your Superbowl Party Recipes.
This Hot Ham Dip is part of our SEC Tailgate Special. Perfect for football parties and tailgates, this savory cheesy dip features caramelized onions and delicious cured ham. Addictive!!