15 Super Bowl Party Recipes
You'll score with these treats
Super Bowl Sunday is almost here, and no matter which team you're rooting for, you'll come out a winner with any of these 15 favorite recipes. Whether your friends prefer sliders, dips or cocktails, there's plenty of touchdown-worthy dishes to choose from.
This warm and savory goat cheese dip is topped with a spicy tomato mixture.
Try hard cider instead of beer on Super Bowl Sunday. We particularly enjoy this cocktail featuring The Pitchfork, a pear-infused cider:
Pear-Mail featuring The Pitchfork
5 oz. Sonoma Pitchfork
1 oz. Dry light rum
½ oz. lime juice
½ oz. clover honey syrup
This is a winner with fried chicken, bacon and homemade ranch dressing. For a true time saver, bake frozen breaded chicken tenders instead of making your own.
This hummus uses white beans instead of the traditional garbanzo bean and combines with roasted lemon for a special touch.
The blend of smoked gouda and chorizo makes these jalapeno poppers disappear fast.
Sometimes, you've gotta stick to the basics. Why? Because everyone loves them. These potato skins from The Pioneer Woman are crisp on the outside and soft and cheesy on the inside, and topped with sour cream, scallions and bacon.
These dense brownies include a surprise touch of cayenne powder to add a spicy undernote.
This version of French onion dip from Guy Fieri blends Vidalia onions with shallots, sour cream and mayonnaise for a new take on a classic.
Sliders are ubiquitious but this version changes things up with lean ground pork in place of beef. The mix of pork, soy sauce and rice wine is deliciously different.
Why make a cheese ball when you can make a cheese football? Try this spicy version for the Super Bowl. It blends in a food processor, so it couldn't be easier.
Try this spiked salsa at your Super Bowl party. You'll love the roasted flavors of the tomatillo, pepper and scallions paired with the peppery and earthy notes of tequila.
This drink ramps up with tequila, Clamato, salt, and hot sauce, and cools down with grapefruit soda and lemon. It's just the thing to serve alongside a spicy appetizer.
These Colman's dry mustard-infused wings are a perfect snack when watching sporting events. If you want them spicier, simply add some hot red chile powder to the marinade.
This vegan spinach dip would make Popeye proud with it's creamy texture and abundance of spinach. Serve with veggie sticks or tortilla chips.