It’s that time of year again, friends. It’s time for the biggest football game of the year. Whether you watch for the plays or the commercials, good food is a must. Here are 10 new recipes to try out at your bowl party.
Chicken enchilada dip
You really can’t go wrong with a tasty dip from Cooking with Amber. With shredded chicken, enchilada sauce, black beans, corn, and loads of cheese, this chicken enchilada dip is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Bacon-wrapped tater tots
Take your standard tater tots to the next level with this recipe by Damn Delicious by wrapping them in cheese and bacon before popping them in the oven. Make a bunch to ensure you have some left by the time your guests arrive.
Chipotle avocado-stuffed cherry tomatoes
Most people aren’t focused on health when it comes to game day food, but if you’re looking for something lighter, try out these cherry tomatoes stuffed with chipotle avocado.
You can put just about anything in an air fryer and end up with Super Bowl-worthy finger food. Fried pickle chips from A Gouda Life are made quickly and will be scarfed up just as fast.
Buffalo cauliflower wings
For vegetarian guests or veggie fans, you have to make these Buffalo cauliflower wings from Broma. Packed full of flavor, they’ll be a hit even among the meat lovers.
Ranch Chex mix
After the main appetizers are devoured, your guests will need something to munch on through the fourth quarter. This ranch Chex mix is crunchy and flavorful and is sure to hit the spot. Plus, thanks to instructions from Oh Sweet Basil, you can cook it in a slow cooker.
Mini corn dog muffins
Corn dogs in muffin form—it doesn’t get much better than that. Hip2Save has a quick and easy recipe. Cut the hot dogs, mix the cornbread batter, and bake in the oven for just 8 minutes.
Fruit salsa with cinnamon chips
Strawberries, kiwis, and peaches, oh my! For some fruit in your game day spread, make this elevated fruit salsa from Joy Food Sunshine. Add in some homemade cinnamon chips for extra sweetness, and you’ve got a healthier dessert option everyone will love.
Chicken parmesan sliders
These sliders from Home Made Interest are made with crunchy chicken tenders, gooey cheese, tomato sauce, and Italian seasoning, and then they’re baked til everything is melted and crisped. It’s the perfect party food!
With endless possibilities for fillings, pinwheels are a great game day food. Try these flavorful pinwheels from I Wash You Dry with salsa cream cheese, black beans, and cilantro.
By Meagan Brown