A Super Bowl party isn’t complete without plenty of indulgent, amazing food!
Find all the best, most popular food for hosting a Super Bowl party. Whether you’re hosting a football party or tailgating, a complete menu is ready with appetizers, main dishes, and dessert recipes!
Super Bowl Party Main Dishes
These main entrees go hand-in-hand with watching football! All the recipes are extremely easy to throw together, taste absolutely amazing, and can be kept warm in a slow cooker.
Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Chili has the perfect amount of spice, a smooth creamy base, lots of tender chicken, and takes only 10 minutes to prepare.
Pulled Pork Chili nails essential savory, sweet and spicy chili flavors with pulled pork, apples, chipotles, and pumpkin.
Best BBQ Pulled Chicken takes two simple steps, five minutes to prepare, and, effortlessly, dinner or party food is ready to go in the slow cooker.
Sweet & Spicy Tacos are the best ground beef taco recipe you’ll ever make! The flavors are ample and robust with a hint of brown sugar.
Instant Pot French Dip recipe has tender roast beef flavored with onions, smothered in melted cheese, and a rich flavorful au jus to dip in.
Chorizo Chicken Chili makes one of the best chicken chili recipes with tender chunks of chicken, a chorizo red sauce, beans and secret ingredient spices.
Best Ever Sloppy Joes from Pip & Ebby- You need not look ANY further for the best sloppy joe recipe. These sandwiches are to die for!
Super Bowl Party Appetizers and Finger Foods
When watching exciting football games or tailgating, you’ll want to have plenty of finger foods and appetizers to nibble on. Crockpot appetizers are perfect because food can stay warm during the game.
All these appetizer recipes are easy to make, can be prepared ahead, and are the best game day party appetizers out there!
Easy Creamy Bacon Dip combines crispy bacon, sour cream, cream cheese, cheddar cheese, and Hidden Valley Ranch Dressing mix for a quick cheesy appetizer!
Crockpot Spinach Artichoke Dip from Pip & Ebby is a party staple! People always get excited about this dip and it’s so easy to make!
Fresh Avocado Shrimp Salsa tastes bright and light, like mexican shrimp ceviche. Flavors of cilantro, tomatoes, cucumbers, and red onions are mixed with a little spicy jalapeno and lots of juicy lime.
Potato Skins at home that are quick and easy, yet better than any restaurants! The best, crispy Potato Skins recipe are twice-baked, loaded with your favorite fillings, and ready for a crowd-pleasing appetizer or side.
Crispy (Baked) Buffalo Chicken Wings from Cafe Delites are exactly what they claim to be. CRISPY without deep frying, using one special ingredient you have in your kitchen pantry!
Baked Thai Chicken Wings from Evolving Table are an easy and healthy chicken wings recipe is oven-baked, low-carb, refined sugar-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, and absolutely addicting!
7 Layer Dip from I Heart Naptime is the ultimate party appetizer. It’s one of our favorites to make and is so easy and delicious.
5 Ingredient White Queso from The Baking Fairy is SO simple and easy to make, and requires NO Velveeta! Just throw all the ingredients together, melt over low heat, and you’ll be rewarded with queso that’s perfect for dipping.
Jalapeno Popper Dip from Modern Honey is made with fresh diced jalapenos, cream cheese, sour cream, a touch of mayo, two types of cheese, and crispy bacon.
Brown Sugar Smokies from Dinner Then Dessert has just three ingredients, but five flavor add-in options to make them the hit of the party.
Football Party Desserts
Super Bowl parties are all about indulging, right? Make sure you have plenty of to-die-for desserts available to go with all that Super Bowl party food!
Buckeye Turtle Brownies are an easy recipe that takes peanut butter and chocolate raises it with fudgy brownies, gooey caramel, pecan turtle topping.
Ultra soft Sugar Cookie Bars are frosted with a thick, fluffy layer of buttercream, topped with decorative sprinkles, and baked in a pan for an easy dessert perfect for all occasions!
Cookie Dough Brownies have a thick fudgy brownie topped with creamy, cheesecake cookie dough, and all covered in a rich, chocolate shell.
Flourless Kitchen Sink Cookies have oatmeal, peanut butter, pretzels, chocolate, butterscotch, and M&Ms all wrapped up in one chewy cookie.
Nutella Puppy Chow is an easy, delicious twist on the best muddy buddies recipe, and doesn’t use peanut butter so all can enjoy!
Snickerdoodle Bars are thick, soft, and chewy dump and bake dessert covered in an ooey, gooey cinnamon sugar vanilla glaze frosting.
Ultimate Scotcheroos takes easy, no bake bars and transforms them into a salty, sweet, ooey, gooey dessert. Best ever scotcheroos has crispy cereal, peanuts, and marshmallows coated in a soft peanut caramel and covered with a thick layer of butterscotch chocolate.
Fudgy Flourless Chocolate Cookies are a naturally gluten free chocolate cookie that only takes five ingredients to make.
I am going to make some of these thank you
You are very welcome. Enjoy!
GREAT roundup, Melissa! I need all of this food in my life at once! 🙂
Oh my gosh, the food is hands down my favorite part of the Super Bowl. It’s kind of like Thanksgiving – overindulgence is an expected tradition. That has my name written all over it!