Hosting a super bowl party this Sunday? Impress your friends and family with these 20 easy super bowl recipes that will win you rave reviews and still allow you to enjoy the party and see the game.
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This savory dip has all of the flavors of your favorite deli sandwich.
Onion rings + bacon + maple syrup = an insanely good appetizer!
Delicious cheesy, spicy, bites of pure heaven wrapped up in BACON.
This is the savory, fried appetizer that you never knew you needed in your life.
A spicy/sweet cocktail that’s so good, you’ll want to make a pitcher.
A very masculine drink that is similar to a Moscow Mule, but using vodka.
An iconic ‘Burgh sandwich using deli ham simmered in a homemade sweet and tangy sauce.
Another iconic sandwich from the other end of the state. This one’s so good, you’ll give Pat and Gino a run for their money.
So delicious, creamy, and tangy, your family won’t realize that you’re getting a serving of green veggies into them!
Baked hot wings with just enough heat and the savory tang of Old Bay Seasoning.
HOMESTYLE BEEF CHILI
The ultimate game day meal that can be made ahead and reheated in your slow cooker.
Golden, fried balls of savory cornmeal that compliment ribs, chicken, chili, or enjoyed as a snack.
Ribs so tender and juicy, they’ll be gnawing the bones and licking their fingers.
The perfect side to a sandwich, spicy wings, or grilled meats, this cool and creamy slaw can be made ahead of your party.
Be prepared to make a lot, these little bites of crunchy goodness are addictive.
Beefy enchiladas in a homemade chili-style enchilada sauce so delicious, you’ll be asked to make them again next year.
Because who doesn’t need deep chocolate goodness?
These nutty bars, with their sweet and salty layers, are just what’s needed when the game gets stressful.
This cookie was an internet sensation and too yummy not to include on your game day menu.
An old family recipe that’s a lovely change to spicy, heavy foods.
What do you make for your super bowl parties? Share your recipes or ideas in the comments below.