42 Super Bowl Food Ideas That’ll Win The Day

From crispy air fried mozzarella sticks to quick Instant Pot chili, these recipes are the real game day winners.

There are two types of people: those who watch the Super Bowl for the game and those who come for the food. If you fall in the second camp, then you’re in luck. Here are a bunch of creative and seriously tasty recipes for your game day get together. Make them on Super Bowl Sunday or any time you’re hosting a crowd.

Julie’s Eats and Treats / Via julieseatsandtreats.com

Parmesan butter-brushed buns get stuffed with mozzarella, pizza sauce, and pepperoni. Of course, you could easily make these vegetarian or switch up the pizza toppings.

Recipe: Pepperoni Pizza Sliders

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This easy, dump and cook chili recipe calls for ground beef but you can always use turkey or chicken. Or leave the meat out all together and double down on the beans and veggies.

 Recipe: Instant Pot Taco Chili


These buns — built on Kings Hawaiian rolls — are stuffed with ham, pulled pork, mustard sauce, cheese and pickles, then they’re baked in the oven until melty and decadent.

Recipe: Cuban Sliders

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Grab a pack of wonton wrappers and fill them with creamy, cheesy, buffalo chicken dip. Pop them into mini muffin tins and bake until golden.

Recipe: Buffalo Chicken Cups

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Freeze spoonfuls of classic buffalo chicken dip until it’s firm and manageable. Then, dredge the dip in egg, flour, and breadcrumbs and fry to crispy, golden perfection.

Recipe: Buffalo Chicken Dip Bites

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These homemade taquitos may seem difficult to make, but in reality they call for just five ingredients: shredded chicken, chipotle peppers in adobo sauce, cheese, tortillas, and canola oil. Serve them with any and all of your favorite toppings.

Recipe: 5-Ingredient Chipotle Chicken Taquitos

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All the flavors of the classic sandwich in one creamy, cheesy, salty, crunchy dip. Serve with tortilla chips, pita chips, or even crudités. 

Recipe: BLT Party Dip

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The recipe calls for aged cheddar, sun-dried tomatoes, mushrooms and arugula, but of course, you can swap in any of your favorite ingredients. There’s no bad way to eat mini grilled cheese.

Recipe: Mini Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

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Make this loaded queso on the stove or in a slow cooker. Best of all, you can even whip it up three days ahead of time so it’s ready to serve on game day.

Recipe: Slow Cooker Cowboy Queso

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The star of the show here is the cheesy spread, which is made with cream cheese, mayo, Italian seasoning, chopped roasted red peppers, pepperoncini, and black olives. It’s rich, decadent, tangy, and good enough to eat by the spoonful.

Recipe: Italian Pinwheel Sandwiches

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When it comes to mac ‘n’ cheese, the combinations are endless. Take, for example, smoked gouda and bacon. This recipe comes together in the Instant Pot, so it’s quick, easy, and hassle-free.

Recipe: Instant Pot Mac ‘n’ Cheese Four Ways

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Once you make pigs in a blanket from scratch, you’ll probably never go back to the frozen kind. These get a little extra oomph from everything but the bagel seasoning.

Recipe: Everything Pigs in a Blanket

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Start with your favorite meatball recipe or grab a pack of the frozen kind. Then pop ’em into the slow cooker with olive oil, crushed tomatoes, tomato paste, onions, sugar, and spices. Serve them on sliders, hot dog buns, or just eat them straight by the forkful.

Recipe: Slow Cooker Italian Meatball Subs

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These pretzel bites do take a bit of time, but most of it is just waiting around for the dough to rise. Serve them with cheese sauce or your favorite store-bought condiment like honey mustard or ranch dressing.

Recipe: Homemade Soft Pretzel Bites

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How do you make an Oreo cookie even more decadent? Wrap it in dough, pop it into the air fryer, and then layer on the confectioner’s sugar.

Recipe: Air Fryer Fried Oreos

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This genius dessert hack is brought to you by your air fryer and store bought pizza dough. Make them your way — stuffed with jelly, coated in cinnamon sugar, or dipped in chocolate frosting.

Recipe: Air Fryer Pizza Dough Donut Holes

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These buttery, doughy, cinnamon-y churros pretty much melt in your mouth. Pro tip: dip them in hot chocolate for the ultimate cold weather treat.

Recipe: Homemade Mexican Churros

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Take some store-bought crescent roll dough and lay on the apple pie filling. Roll ’em up, brush them with butter, and bake until warm and gooey. And of course, a little vanilla ice cream à la mode never hurt anyone.

Recipe: Crescent Roll Apple Pie Bites

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This Mexican-inspired cocktail — a beer lover’s version of the Bloody Mary — is made with light Mexican beer, Clamato juice, lime juice, Worcestershire sauce, and hot sauce. Be warned: It packs a kick.

Recipe: Micheladas

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This wintery cocktail may look fancy, but it calls for just a handful of ingredients like whiskey, orange liqueur, orange juice, cranberry juice, and simple syrup or agave.

Recipe: Cranberry Orange Whiskey Cocktail

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This seasonal sangria is the ideal blend of sweet and spiced thanks to Brandy, cinnamon, apple, and ginger ale. The recipe calls for Riesling, but you can swap in whatever white wine you like best.

Recipe: Apple Cider Sangria

Source: https://www.buzzfeed.com/hannahloewentheil/super-bowl-food-recipes