It’s always fun to get together with friends or family during the Super Bowl to watch the big game, but let’s be honest—for some of us, the food is definitely the best part.
Whether you’re hosting at your house or heading over to someone else’s, these Super Bowl recipes are among the best of the best we’ve come across online. Even if your team doesn’t win this year, at least you’ll leave everyone happy, full, and asking for seconds.
Oh, and if you’re planning on watching the big “This is Us” episode after the Super Bowl, we’ve included a few Crock-Pot Super Bowl recipes as well. After all, you know Jack wouldn’t hold a grudge against the Crock-Pot—he’d want us all to go on with our lives and eat delicious food.
Our Favorite Super Bowl Recipes
Pulled Pork Sliders with Garlic Aioli
Pulled pork is a staple of any solid football menu—but why not kick it up a notch by crafting some pulled pork sliders with garlic aioli? They’re a fancy twist on a classic favorite!
Buffalo Chicken Dip
This buffalo chicken dip has all the flavor of your favorite buffalo wings, but it’s super easy to make and you only need six ingredients.
Beer BBQ Meatballs
These mini beer BBQ meatballs look and taste like you were cooking all day, but you can whip them up quickly and serve them with toothpicks, in sub rolls, or any other way you choose!
Jalapeno Popper Wonton Cups
Don’t wonton cups make every food look 100 times cooler? Your guests will love these bite-size jalapeno popper wonton cups.
Football Pizza Pockets
You could just order a pizza for your Super Bowl crew—but where’s the fun in that? Make these football-shaped pizza pockets and your guests won’t be able to stop talking about them.
7-Layer Bean Dip
Don’t have time to cook the day of the big game? This 7-layer bean dip is one of the easiest Super Bowl recipes to make ahead of time (and a guaranteed hit with whoever has the pleasure to eat it).
Bourbon Cider Boneless Wings
Bone-in wings are usually more associated with football, but boneless wings make things a lot less messy when you’re trying to cheer on your favorite team—oh, and these bourbon cider boneless wings are UNREAL.
Peanut Butter Football Dip
A peanut butter dessert dip…and it’s shaped like a football…any questions? This one speaks for itself.
Maybe you’re not a prolific chef. Maybe you don’t have time. Maybe you just like cheese and crackers. Whatever the reason, you’ll still be a star if you serve your guests these football-themed cracker/cheese/sausage snacks!
Cheesy Mini Pigs in a Blanket
These mini pigs in a blanket are adorable, quick to make, and filled with cheese. If you have kids who want to help in the kitchen, these are fun and easy!
Super Bowl Chili
Walk into any Super Bowl party with a pot of this chili and you’ll be the real MVP. It has two kinds of meat and it’s got a nice little kick to it (which you can obviously adjust if you aren’t into heat)—make sure you bring some shredded cheddar and sour cream with you to complete the dish.
Football Snack Stadium
The football snack stadium is less about cooking and more about the presentation. If you’re crafty, we guarantee your Super Bowl guests are going to be really impressed with your handy work.