*IT'S ALMOST GAME DAY*...Nothing screams Super Bowl Sunday more than plenty of Game Day snacks. Whether you’re hosting friends and family, heading out to a Super Bowl party, or having a cozy evening at home watching the game from your couch, you ought to have some delicious apps. Linked here are a few of my favorite Easy Super Bowl Recipes!
From dips, to spreads, to snacks, I’ve got something for you. Even if your favorite team didn’t make it to the big game, you can definitely pull out a win with one of these recipes.
Snacks that Score
Super Bowl Party FAQs
Usually it's all about the snacks and appetizers, but I usually like to have a main dish, too. I usually make 1 or 2 dips, 1 non-dip appetizer, and 1 main dish. The main doesn't have to be anything fancy (see one of the recipes above!), but something a little more substantial is nice to accompany all of the snacks. Opt for finger foods and/or things that aren't to messy so it's easy for guests to grab and take to the couch.
I've got plenty of recipes on what TO serve at the big game, but there's also some clear things to avoid. Anything that requires both a fork and a knife, I'd avoid (i.e. steak, large pieces of grilled chicken, salmon, etc.). People want things that are easy to take over to eat in front of the TV, not at a dinner table. I'd also avoid anything that doesn't do well sitting out for an extended period of time (like a delicate salad that'll get soggy if dressed before the game). And lastly, avoid anything too upscale. For example, a fancy cheese plate with expensive meats and garnishes really won't be appreciated when there's so much action on TV.
Most Super Bowl apps can be made or at least prepped in advance, which I highly suggest doing to avoid the stress of cooking when guests arrive. Most also transport well, so if you're taking the dish to a party, you won't have to worry about it not being good when you get to your destination. See individual recipe details for make ahead/storage options.
Outside of delicious Game Day recipes, paper plates, utensils, cups and napkins are a must for your Super Bowl party. This will make clean up SO much easier. I also like to use the large disposable foil pans for serving, so I end up with less dishes at the end of the night. A bag of ice is also nice to have if your ice machine is slow like mine.
And that's a wrap. Hop on over into the kitchen to whip one of these up. Crowd-pleasing, game-winning recipes you're going to love. And if you're looking for even more, you can find all of my Game Day Recipes here! Enjoy!
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