Super Bowl Sunday Recipe Roundup

Christy Denney


Maybe you’re in it for the love of the game. Maybe you’re just in it for the halftime show. Either way, on Super Bowl Sunday everyone is in it for the food. Score a culinary touchdown with these delicious dishes.

Guacamole and Chips

The trick here is to make your own chips—it’s easy and fresh. And while avocado is the main star of this homemade guac recipe, the shallot and jalapeno send it over the edge.

Emily Schuman

Creamy Spinach and Artichoke Dip

A Super Bowl party without a hot spinach and artichoke dip is just a sad party. This one recommends fresh spinach over frozen. That might be the winning play here.

Christy Denney

Jammin’ Spicy Plum Chicken Wings

With Sriracha sauce added to this recipe, you just can’t go wrong – and the jam gives a nice balance of sweetness. Make sure you have some wet-naps handy!

Lindsay Landis

Cauliflower Tots

Sneak in some veggies, and your guests will be none the wiser. Bet you’ll be surprised about how fast people will be popping these tiny tots in their mouths.

Gina Homolka

Mason Jar Football Brownie Treats

Dessert just seems sweeter when served in mason jars, doesn't it? Guests will appreciate the extra effort you put into making the football-shaped brownies. You're in the major leagues with this one.

Related: Get the recipe

Courtney Dial Whitmore

Super Bowl Jelly Shots

Add a little liquor to Jello-O and what do you got? A party. Whether you're a Seahawks fan or a Broncos fan, learn how to make some festive shots that represent.

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Rachel Horn