Whether you’re hosting a spectacular Super Bowl party or watching the big match-up with family, here are our favorite game-day recipes! From crowd-pleasing finger foods and appetizers, to healthy selections and even desserts, here are the tasty options that should be gracing your menu.
Bacon Cheddar Football Cheese Ball
This football shaped cheese ball pulls double duty, serving as both party food and adorable table décor with a real “wow” factor! Serve alongside pretzels and crackers, or even apple slices and veggies.
Pizza Roll Ups
Cheese, pepperoni and butter…what’s not to love? As if that weren’t good enough, these delicious, portable pizzas come together in about 20 minutes, with only five ingredients!
Philly Cheese Steak Sliders
If you’ll be feeding a crowd, this is one easy (and delicious) way to do it! Assembled and baked in one dish, these cheesy sliders can be thrown together quickly, but will taste like you slaved away on them all day long.
Healthy Baked Broccoli Tots
Everyone loves tater tots! This recipe takes it to a whole new level by incorporating lots of nutrient dense ingredients. These bite-sized snacks are sure to be a hit with adults and children alike.
Baked Buffalo Cauliflower Bites
If you’re a sucker for buffalo wings, you’ll flip for this healthy alternative. Meatless and dairy-free, these spicy nuggets are huge on flavor, without the excess calories.
Salt and Vinegar Zucchini Chips
Although this recipe suggests a food dehydrator, a toaster oven or traditional oven works just fine. The prep work can even be done the day before the big game to save on time and ensure you don’t miss a minute of the pigskin action!
Ice Cream Football Sandwiches
What is game-day without plenty of football fare? This frozen sweet treat is sure to be a hit with all your guests and comes together in mere minutes! In fact, these mini ice cream sandwiches are so simple, your kids could easily help with assembly.
Peanut Butter Football Dip
Peanut butter, chocolate chips and cream cheese combine to form this yummy football inspired dip. Serve with pretzels, graham crackers, apple slices, or any type of cookie. Those with a serious sweet tooth may just want to eat it by the spoonful!
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Footballs
Whether you’ll be hosting your own shin-dig or celebrating someone’s guest, these cookie dough bites will be the life of the party. You can even prepare these in advance, as they travel well via cooler. Just be sure to have the recipe on hand because there’s no doubt you’ll be asked for it, a lot!
Regardless of whether your team wins or loses, you’ll be the real MVP with any of these Super Bowl recipes!