The ULTIMATE Super Bowl Recipe Roundup
It’s here! It’s time to start planning for the Super Bowl! Even if our celebrations look a little bit different this year, that doesn’t mean that one important part can’t stay the same… Great food! We’ve assembled some of the best recipes from around the internet to create the ULTIMATE Super Bowl recipe roundup. These recipes will be perfect for this year’s celebration of the ‘Big Game.’
Finger Food and Side Dish Recipes
Reuben Egg Rolls
These are a fresh take on an old favorite! If you have a family that loves reubens this cultural mashup is a sure fire winner. Try serving with Thousand Island dressing to give it a little zing!
Mexican Street Corn Pasta Salad
From our friends at Travel Palate
Mexican street corn has become a huge trend in the food industry in the last few years. What better way to change it up than by combining it with potluck favorite pasta salad? Like Nikole from The Travel Palate says, ‘If you love elite, then you’ll love all of the sweet and spicy flavors in this easy, creamy pasta salad recipe.’ Did we mention that features a zingy chili lime dressing?! Oh, and it only takes 20 minutes to create with leftover grilled corn! This one is a perfect Super Bowl recipe waiting to happen!
Cheesy Garlic Drop Biscuits
Red Lobster who? The buttery, cheesy goodness of these biscuits makes them the perfect addition to this Super Bowl Recipe Roundup. They are best served hot from the oven, and everyone will be fighting over the last one!
Cinnamon Sugar Pita Chips
From our friends at Keep Calm and Eat Ice Cream
These little babies will leave you wanting more! These pita chips are quick and easy to make and only take FOUR ingredients. And the cool thing is that you can even experiment with other flavors! Love a little spice in your life? Try a Mexican chocolate version with some cocoa powder and a sprinkle of chili powder. Want a full-bodied, savory flavor? Try garlic salt and a bit of cheese. The choice is yours!
Whole Grain Snack Mix
How can you have a P-A-R-T-Y without snack mix?! This whole grain snack mix will mean minimum guilt on the second guiltiest eating day of the year. (Hellloooo Thanksgiving!) Don’t forget, half of your grains should be whole!
From our friends at Recipes from Europe
Salty. Chewy. Yeasty. Warm. What more can you say about a classic German pretzel? Can’t you just taste the pillowy goodness?
Spicy Beef Tortilla Roll-Ups
Did you really have a party if you didn’t serve a pinwheel of some kind? These are a classic party staple for a reason! The spicy beef is sure to be a hit with your Big Game guests!
From our friends at Tasty Oven
Who doesn’t love a good taquito? And the best part? These are only THREE ingredients! These bad boys are really a blank slate. If your family loves jalapenos, try popping in a few. You like zesty salsa? Dip ’em! It really is just that easy to customize (and consume.)
Mac and Cheese Balls
From our friends at Veggie Desserts
We know, we know. These just sound delectable. The good news is that they are just as good at home as they are in restaurants. Mac and Cheese Balls can be baked, fried or air fried. You can even use leftover mac and cheese if you have it on hand to save you a little time! Their ease, tastiness, and potential to be crowd favorites make them a perfect addition to this Super Bowl Recipe Roundup.
Hefty Main Dishes
Slow Cooker Meatball Subs
Plop these meatballs in the slow cooker in the morning, dump Italian seasoning and spaghetti sauce in, set it and forget it until show time! These hearty subs will be the talk of the party… When people aren’t too busy stuffing their faces, that is!
From our friends at Spice Cravings
Do you want tacos or do you want burgers? Such a classic, quick and easy meal conundrum. But worry no more, because Taco Burgers are here to stay! You can use an outdoor grill, stove or even an air fryer for these bad boys, so ‘options’ really is its middle name. Like all burgers you can load it up countless different ways, so adding a ‘burger bar’ to your Super Bowl recipes ‘must-do’ list will surely be the winner of the night no matter which team comes out on top.
BBQ Pork Quesadillas
Saucy shredded pork and gooey cheese fill these flavorful quesadillas! These quesadillas are delicious with leftover pulled pork. You can buy heat-and-serve pulled pork at the supermarket, or you can make your own from a boneless pork shoulder (here’s a link to a Perfect Pulled Pork recipe from our friends at eatpork.org).
Spinach Alfredo Pizza
From our friends at Quicke My Grits
Looking for an easy way to incorporate a more ‘adult’ recipe into your Super Bowl smorgasbord? Look no further than Spinach Alfredo Pizza. This savory treat will be done in 35 minutes, less time than pizza delivery!
Strawberry Dessert Bites
We know that calories don’t count at Super Bowl parties… Right? But even if they did, it wouldn’t matter with these 35 calorie cups! Phyllo cups filled with cream cheese, homemade strawberry sauce and topped with a dollop of whipped cream. Phyllo cups are light, flaky layers of dough shaped into a mini pastry cups, and your new favorite dessert hack.
Chewy Brownie Mix (In A Jar)
Want to be the best host ever? Two words: Swag. Bag. This Chewy Brownie Mix is the perfect take-home gift! This Chewy Brownie Mix In A Jar is a tasty homemade brownie mix layered in a glass jar and the jar that can be beautifully decorated for any occasion… I think I see team crafting in your future!
Want more great recipe roundups? Take a look at our Waffle Roundup and our Pizza Roundup. Or, if you’d like to take a deeper dive into your food, meet the Knopf family, Kansas wheat farmers who may have grown those snacks that you’re eating.