Outside of Thanksgiving, the Super Bowl is the best excuse to absolutely pig out with delicious food and drinks enjoyed with friends and family. We wanted to find recipes that combine some of our favorite football foods, but with creative preparation twists that will impress the crowd at any Super Bowl party. Half the fun of sitting down for the big game on Super Bowl Sunday is dreaming about the food spread, and then feasting on some of the most insanely delicious dishes imaginable.
Whether you’re a seasoned chef or an amateur hoping to make a splash, you can’t go wrong cooking up some of these classics. Here are some of our absolute favorite Super Bowl dishes to whip up for the big day.
Buffalo Chicken Dip Stuffed Bread
Bread, buffalo chicken, and cheesy goodness. What more could you want?
Buffalo chicken dip is a super popular super bowl dish. There is something addictive about the spicy, tangy, and creamy chicken that pairs perfectly with the big game. This dish combines the inside of a soft bread roll with savory chicken, giving you a hardy dish that will impress all your guests.
Reuben Pigs In a Blanket
Pigs in a blanket are a crowd pleaser at any party or event. Combine everyone’s favorite finger food with a rueben to get a seriously delicious super bowl dish that gives a fresh taste on the classic. Wake up your taste buds with this unexpectedly flavorful dish.
Skillet Taco Potato Chip Nachos
Nachos are a must on the big day, that is not up for debate. But change it up this year and elevate this classic dish by making taco nachos. This is an easy one-dish type of meal that is sure to satisfy the game day craving.
Cauliflower Crust Garlic Breadsticks
Looking to pig out but want to err on the healthy side? Enjoy these Cauliflower Breadsticks to indulge your cravings without loading up on carbs. These taste as good as the real thing (well, almost) but are worth the trade off. Add a few extra spices, and maybe a few beers, and you won’t even notice the difference.
Baked Creamy Chicken Taquitos
These baked chicken taquitos are a healthier take on the traditional fried ones. And also so much easier to cook. No one wants handle a huge pot of hot oil as you prep your super bowl dishes. Take the easier and healthier route by baking your taquitos instead.
Jalapeno Popper Dip
One of the only things that can turn the spice level up from buffalo chicken dip is a delicious jalapeno popper dip. Bursting with creamy and spicy flavor and sprinkled generously with breadcrumbs, this super bowl dish is a total crowd pleaser. Your guests won’t know what hit them with this deceivingly hot but delicious dip.
Mexican Street Corn Salad
Mexican street corn, or elote, is one of the most popular sides in served in Mexican restaurants. Bring wild flavor to the super bowl party with a healthy kick. Combine the street corn with black beans, tomatoes, onions, and a bit of cheese for enhanced flavors!
Baked Honey Sriracha Wings
These baked honey sriracha wings have the perfect balance of sweet and spicy. You will be shocked by how delicious these are compared to the original buffalo sauce flavor. If you are looking to switch up the flavors a bit this year but keep the food traditional, this recipe is for you.
Guacamole Potato Skins (Vegan-Friendly)
Embrace a pub menu with this delicious and unique take on potato skins. This recipe really kicks it up a level with the added freshness of guacamole, making it a delicious vegan friendly take on a classic favorite.
Balsamic Honey Pulled Pork Sliders
Who doesn’t like sliders? Seriously, do you know anyone? There is something unique about eating a mini version of any sandwich and these sliders really hit home. A slow roasted pork with some sweetness is the perfect dish that will leave you indulging in way more than just one.
*Looking for a more traditional meal to cook? Check out our recipe for unreal pan pizza that only takes an hour!