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Super Bowl Sunday Recipes You Can Easily Make

The big game is this Sunday and I know I can’t possibly be the only one freaking out because I have no idea what to make! Thank goodness for the internet, am I right?! The best game day dishes are things that are not only shareable, but pair well with so many other sides and foods. If you’re having people over or going somewhere to watch the game, these dishes are sure to be crowd pleasers, not just for the adults, but kids, as well! Feel free to replace ingredients according to any dietary restrictions, all of the recipes are easily amended.

Each item has the recipes linked, happy cooking!

Buffalo Cauliflower Bites

Buffalo sauce on game day is a tradition, I don’t make the rules. These are a great option for those who have dietary restrictions because they are not on meatless, but they have no diary. Buffalo Cauliflower bites are a great side to add to your spread, as they pair so well with other recipes. She also included her dairy free ranch recipe, check it out!

Recipe/Photo Credit: Life Tastes Good

Baked Chicken Quesadillas

Quesadillas are always a yes from me! I love this one because not only are they so easy to make, but they are fully loaded. There’s nothing worse than a wimpy quesadilla, am I right? You will not have that problem with this recipe, though! It has all the fixings!

Recipe/Photo Credit: The Modern Proper

Philly Cheesesteak Sliders

Now this is a fantastic option! I think a lot of people hear Philly Cheesesteak and think it’s a difficult food to cook, but this recipe breaks it down and makes it exceptionally simple. It’s a great finger food because you can choose how many pieces you want, instead of it being giant subs!

Recipe/Photo Credit: Home Made Interest

Frito Pie

Frito Pie is a classic way to eat a chili-type dish, on the go. While you’re on the couch watching the game, you can totally eat one of these.. or two! There’s no mess and you get to eat fritos!

Recipe By: Lena Abraham, Photo Credit: Park Feierbach

Sweet Potato Tots

Who doesn’t love a good tater tot? There’s a healthy spin put on the classic tots in this recipe, and it’s for the best, honestly. I can never go back to eating normal tater tots again after making these! They’re also vegan and gluten-free, which is great.

Recipe/Photo Credit: Carine Claudepierre, Sweet As Honey

Chicken Fajita Queso Dip

Dips are the stars of the Super Bowl, there, I said it. They are there for you no matter who is winning. Also, there’s just endless options when it comes to what you can use to dip into the dips, like chips, vegetables, you name it, you can dip it!

Recipe/Photo Credit: Jocelyn, Inside BruCrew

Buffalo Chicken Dip

Once again, Buffalo sauce runs game day. This recipe is not only delicious, but it cooks completely in a crock pot, so all you have to do is add the ingredients, stir and let it take care of itself! This is a great option if you need to cook a lot of dishes, because this requires little attention.

Recipe/Photo Credit: Ali, Gimme Some Oven

Breaded Fried Chicken Wings

Chicken wings are another staple for the big day. This dish is unbelievably easy to make and it’s completely cooked in the air fryer, which makes it super simple. If you don’t have an air fryer, they are total game changers!

Recipe/Photo Credit: Sam and Dan, Ahead of Thyme

Individual 7-Layer Dips

In this day and age, making sure everything is as germ free as possible is a necessity. I love the idea of individual servings for dip, it minimizes contact and it’s already in it’s own cup so you can just place them out on the table.

Recipe/Photo Credit: London, Evolving Table

Instant Pot Chili

Chili is a fantastic recipe to make for the Super Bowl! It’s filling and will warm up your guests from the cold weather. This is another instant pot recipe that will make cooking easy on your end! Add all of the ingredients, stir occasionally and that’s it!

Recipe/Photo Credit: Makinze Gore

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Shaped Footballs

Something tells me the kids are going to love these! The desserts are just as important as the dishes and sides, never forget that. This is edible cookie dough, so it’s totally safe to eat. I think this would be a fun way to get your kids in the kitchen and make some fun cooking or shall I say baking memories!

Recipe/Photo Credit: Lindsay, Life, Love and Sugar

Pesto Hummus

Hummus is a classic dip option. It’s even better with a fun twist on it! The pesto adds the perfect taste to spice up this dip. Not literally, though, it’s not spicy! And it looks fabulous!

Recipe/Photo Credit: Sam and Dan, Ahead of Thyme

Pizza Roll Ups

Who doesn’t love pizza? This is another perfect option for kids and I’m sure they’d love to help make these! The base is crescent roll dough, how easy is that? And it tastes delicious.

Recipe/Photo Credit: Chungah, Damn Delicious

Sheet Pan Nachos

One of the best things about nachos is that you realistically can make them however you want. You can put any toppings on and they’ll always turn out great! I love this recipe because you can throw it all on a sheet pan and bake it, it’s super easy!

Recipe/Photo Credit: Sam and Dan, Ahead of Thyme

Marshmallow Fruit Dip

If you’ve never had this dip before, your life is about to be changed! It should come with a warning for being highly addicting, it is beyond delicious! Cut up some fruit and try out this dip.

Recipe/Photo Credit: Makinze Gore

Spicy Dr. Pepper Shredded Pork

Shredded pork sandwiches are an easy crowd pleaser. Especially when the oven does all of the work for you! Make sure to check on it several times while it’s cooking to make sure it’s not over or undercooked.

Recipe/Photo Credit: Ree Drumond, The Pioneer Woman

French Onion Dip

Back with another classic dip! This is a very popular game day side, as it pairs perfectly with potato chips and vegetables. It’s a fairly easy recipe to follow and it tastes way better than store bought!

Recipe/Photo Credit: Ree Drumond, The Pioneer Woman

Brioche Pretzels with Smoked Gouda Cheese Beer Dip

Your guests will be impressed with this one! Homemade brioche pretzels? Yes please! This looks seriously amazing, and I might suggest doubling the recipe because these will definitely go quickly!

Recipe/Photo Credit: Britney Breaks Bread


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14 thoughts on “Super Bowl Sunday Recipes You Can Easily Make”

  1. We take the Super Bowl seriously in our house, but I hate making the same snacks over and over again. Thanks for the new ideas!

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