One of the biggest sporting events of the year is just around the corner, and I’m here to help you celebrate with a roundup of Super Bowl Food recipes for appetizers worthy of a touchdown. As you probably know, appetizers are among my favorite things to make and to eat, so creating this list for you was lots of fun.
All of the Super Bowl food recipes below are ones I’ve made many times and have shared here on IBC. If you’re hosting or attending a party for the big game and need a recipe or two that’s guaranteed to be a success, IBC is the place to find it. Let’s take a look at this collection of The Ultimate Game-Winning Appetizer Recipes.
Super Bowl Food Recipe Ideas:
This Really Good Chip Dip is a delicious and fresh alternative to store-bought dip. In under 10 minutes, you can stir up a flavorful dip that pairs perfectly with chips but also veggies!
I made this Parmesan Garlic Roasted Shrimp for my mom’s 60th birthday party a couple years ago, and everyone went crazy over it. I’ve also made it for other gatherings since then, and it’s always a hit.
Of all the recipes on IBC, this Out-of-this-World Corn Dip is one I make multiple times a year. It makes a generous portion and is a total crowd pleaser. I’m confident you’ll love it, too.
I make this recipe every year for our family’s Christmas Eve celebration at my mom’s house, but these Cranberry Bacon Wrapped Water Chestnuts are great any time of the year. In case you don’t like cranberries, don’t worry. You can leave them out.
This Homemade Hot Chili Cheese Dip is a cold-weather party essential. Made with chili, cheese, salsa, and a few other flavorful ingredients, this appetizer dip is quick to assemble and feeds a hungry crowd. I suspect everyone will be asking for the recipe.
One of your favorite appetizers is now a dip! Classic Veggie Pizza has a new look but still has all the delicious flavor you’ve come to love. Made with cream cheese, ranch, and lots of crisp veggies, this Veggie Pizza Dip is so easy to make and will become an instant crowd-pleaser.
Served with freshly baked waffles fries, this Loaded Potato Dip is a flavorful recipe that you can whip up for any occasion.
A good dip is a must for watching the Super Bowl. And since Reuben sandwiches are a favorite of mine, it’s not surprising that I love and highly recommend this Skillet Reuben Dip. It tastes so much like the actual sandwich!
I originally made these Tortilla Roll-ups for Christmas, however these tasty little bites would be delicious served any time of the year. I like to serve them with my favorite salsa for an extra special treat!
If you like roll-up and pinwheels style appetizers, you’re in luck because I have a full collection of them. You can find these unique recipes HERE.
Something fried is a must. Might I suggest these Fried Raviolis with Three Dipping Sauces? They are surprisingly easy to make and will be a slam dunk (literally) with your guests!
More of my Favorite Super Bowl Foods:
I think many families have a pizza bread recipe they love. This is mine. With tiny bits of toppings in every bite, you can change the ingredients to suit your personal preference. Top it off with your favorite pizza sauce for dipping, and you’ve got a winner.
Speaking of pizza, you MUST try this Ultimate Sausage Pizza Dip. Seriously one of the best pizza dips I have ever had or made. The flavors are so good. This appetizer recipe is guaranteed to be a hit at your party.
This recipe for Bacon Wrapped Jalapeños only requires four ingredients and is another crowd favorite.- If you’re like me, it’s hard to resist anything wrapped in bacon.
Even More Super Bowl Food Ideas:
With fall in the air and football season well underway, it’s the perfect time for this Beer Cheese Dip with Bacon. Made in a slow cooker, this dip is rich with flavor and likely to become your new favorite appetizer recipe.
Made with sausage, peppers, onions, Colby cheese, and ranch dressing, these Sausage Wonton Bites are bursting with flavor. They are certain to be a hit at any gathering.
Who doesn’t like miniature-sized food? That’s why these pulled pork sliders are the bomb. I especially like the homemade red cabbage coleslaw as a topping. It’s the perfect complement to the pork.
What’s a Super Bowl party without Li’l Smokies? I gave these crescent roll wrapped Li’l Smokies a flavor upgrade with a blue cheese stuffing and buffalo-style dripping sauce. They are such a tasty appetizer recipe!
This Loaded Veggie Ranch Dip will become your new go-to party appetizer recipe. You’ve got the corn, peppers, cream cheese, sour cream, ranch, and a few other goodies. As you can imagine, it’s really good! It’s quick to make and loaded with great flavor.
These Veggie Pizza Roll-Ups combine two of my favorite appetizer ideas into one easy and delicious recipe everyone is going to love. I think I like these so much because they are very simple to make and are packed with flavor. I also find it hard to resist any appetizer that involves cream cheese and / or ranch flavoring.
Made with fresh jalapeños, sweet corn, cheese, and spices, this Hot Jalapeño Corn Dip is an appetizer that’s sweet and spicy, easy to make, and certain to please a crowd. You won’t be able to stop at just one scoop.
Bonus Game Day / Super Bowl Ideas:
Now that you have some delicious Super Bowl food to consider, you might be thinking about your party decor. Check out these four DIY football-themed entertaining ideas: graphic napkins, helmet drink stirrers, painted servers, and a FREE printable football garland. Any one of these will add a personal touch to your Super Bowl celebration.
I hope you find this collection of The Ultimate Game-Winning Appetizer Recipes and Super Bowl Foods helpful and inspiring. Whether you’re celebrating the big game or hosting another sort of celebration, these recipes work wonderfully all year round. Enjoy!