Are you starting to think about Super Bowl recipes for this upcoming weekend? I know I am! I could go for some Buffalo Wings right about now! I wanted to share some of our favorite recipes that we have posted in the past. Here are ten Super Bowl recipe ideas in case you are starting to plan your game day menu now.
Lobster Nachos and Buffalo Chicken Bites with Zesty Blue Cheese: Missing the Patriots vs Giants Super Bowl match-up? You could still bring in the taste of New England and/or New York to your Super Bowl party with these tasty apps!
Tex-Mex Pimiento Cheese Dip: I have made this cheese dip countless times since I first tried it at our Fourth of July family reunion last year. Don’t let the weird name fool you- it’s amazing, especially with tortilla chips. While it’s definitely not the healthiest thing you could make for the game, the Super Bowl only comes once a year! If you have any leftovers (which I doubt you will), this cheese dip makes an awesome hamburger topping.
Mediterranean Dip with Pita Chips: If you are looking for a healthier dip option, I highly recommend this Mediterranean Dip. It’s really quick to pull together if you use pre-made hummus, olive tapenade, and pesto (although you can step up the wow factor by making these yourself.)
Baked Potato Dip: While the prior two dips are good with tortilla chips and pita chips, this dip is a bit more versatile. You could serve it with potato chips, pretzels, or vegetable crudités.
Goat Cheese with Basil Oil: Do you have more of the wine and cheese types coming to your Super Bowl party? Have no fear- this goat cheese dip with basil oil served with baguettes is easy to pull together ahead of time and would go perfectly with a crisp white wine.
Chicken Chili with Corn Muffin Croutons: No Super Bowl party would be complete without a big pot of chili for guests to serve themselves out of. This chicken chili recipe is one of my all-time favorites.
Turkey, White Bean, and Pumpkin Chili: If you are short on recipe prep time, I highly recommend this slow-cooker turkey chili. On Sunday morning, it takes less than 10 minutes to prep all the ingredients and throw them in the crockpot. Allow it to cook on low for eight hours and it will be ready to go for kick-off.
Team Spirit Cupcakes: Looking to add a little team spirit to your Super Bowl party? Check out K’s tutorial on how to make cupcake picks for your favorite team.
Red Wine Sangria: While football and beer often go hand-in-hand, try serving up a pitcher of red wine sangria at your football viewing party. If I wasn’t pregnant, I would definitively be making a batch of this sangria recipe for Sunday!
Do you have a favorite recipe you plan on making for the Super Bowl this weekend?