12 Super Easy Super Bowl Recipes
For the first time in my 30 years, I’m actually excited for the Super Bowl.
Let me rephrase.
For the first time in 30 years, I’m actually excited to watch the Super Bowl. I’m not a football person (shocking) but after attending a Ravens game with Kevin, I now actually understand what is happening on the field. Granted, I still ask 100 questions during the game but it’s an improvement from my previous 1 billion questions.
Baking is much more my sport. You?
But I do know my Super Bowl snacks! And I have 12 easy recipe ideas for you to make on Sunday. They’re all complete crowdpleasers, some of them even being my most popular recipes. Let the games begin!
These are beyond a favorite. What’s not to love? Crunchy, salty pretzels. Juicy, tender chicken. Peppery and relatively healthy. Make a whole tray and serve with honey mustard. You have to.
Hands down, a blog recipe I make the most often. I could live off this stuff. Mango seriously takes this simple homemade guac up about 10 notches!
Perfect party snack! These rolls are made with my reader-favorite pizza dough recipe. Crispy on the bottom, tender on the inside, super cheesy, and packed with pepperoni. You will love making and eating pizza this way!
Smothered in BBQ sauce! Oh my gosh, these meatballs are fantastic. You can use beef instead of turkey. Just cook in the crockpot and let everyone serve themselves. I think I’ve made these BBQ meatballs about 6 times in only a month. We LOVE them!
This is an obvious on the Super Bowl snack list. I’ve made and tried, like, thousands of pizza dips (I love the stuff) but this one’s my favorite. And there’s Greek yogurt in there to make it a little lightened-up. No one ever notices it’s not the full fat kind.
With bacon, chives, cheese– you can’t turn them down. They’re so easy and everyone always comments on how crisp they are. I love that about them! And they’ve been crazy popular on my blog since I shared the recipe in 2014.
In my pretzel-loving world, these taste exactly like Auntie Anne’s. Make them right at home and they’re fun for kids to help. PLUS that kicked-up cheddar cheese sauce for dipping. Recipe for that included, too!
Can you tell I love pretzels? This is a recipe my family makes every single Christmas. All it is is baked hard pretzels seasoned with lemon pepper, dill, and garlic powder. They are CRAZY addicting and the recipe makes a ton (an entire giant bag of pretzels). You will not be able to stop snacking on these!
I have to include these! They’re one of my top 15 recipes in the past year and they’ve been going wild on Pinterest lately. Perfect for game day.
Just shared this recipe yesterday. I love them! I also have a buffalo flavor too. They’re really easy and I love that crunchy cornflake coating.
Not enough words on earth to describe how freakin’ fantastic these are. One of my blog’s most popular recipes. So funny that jalapeños are a top recipe.
They’re THAT GOOD.
And one more for good luck. You have to finish off with something sweet! I’m choosing these as a perfect football snack because guys LOVE THEM. Girls too, of course. Chocolate, peanut butter, no baking involved. Taste like fudge. Addicting. Obsessed. Kevin’s favorite.
Q: Have you tried any of these recipes? Do tell!
Q: What are some of your favorite game day eats?
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