33 of the Most Delicious Super Bowl Food Ideas, According to Pinterest
If you had to guess the Super Bowl food ideas that Pinterest peeps are pinning most this week, what would you say? Chips and dip, meatballs, sliders, chicken wings, and random clever football-shaped foodsfor sure. What about that actual *recipes* — wouldn't you love to get your hands on those? Well, you're in luck! Turns out, tater tots in all shapes, forms, and flavors are driving everyone pin-happy, and that's not all. Keep scrolling for the actual recipes that Pinners across the globe will be making — and eating — this coming game day. You'll want to add these Super Bowl recipes to your inspo boards ASAP!
What are the most popular Super Bowl foods?
- Chicken Wings. They're super easy to snack on during the big game festivities and can be made in tons of flavors.
- Buffalo Chicken Dip. Our mouths are watering just thinking about the delicious buffalo flavors we’ll devour.
- Spinach Artichoke Dip. Hey, at least there’s some veggies in there.
- Pizza. This one obviously speaks for itself.
- 7-Layer Dip. It’s like the perfect deconstruction of our favorite taco recipe.
What is good food for a Super Bowl party?
What is the most popular Super Bowl snack?
Chicken wings are the most popular Super Bowl snack, likely due to how easy they are to prep and eat! They've always been a tailgate staple, so it makes sense that wings are around for the big game.
What can I cook for the Super Bowl?
Look no further than these stellar recipes for Super Bowl Sunday. We’ve included something that everyone can enjoy, from delectable chicken wings to ultra-cheesy nachos. Plus, you’ll want to prep something sweet to end the day!
Super Bowl Food Ideas You'll Love
Cheesy Keto Tots
This appetizer takes everyone's fave tater tots to a whole new level. This cauli rice version is so easy to make, and your guests will go absolutely nuts over them. Don't worry though, you can definitely still dunk them in ketchup. (via Brit + Co.)
Sweet and Spicy Coca-Cola Chicken Wings
If there's anything more crowd-pleasing on game day than a giant platter of piping hot, crispy chicken wings, we haven't seen it yet. This barbecue sauce is sweet and spicy, thanks to the secret ingredient: cola. (via Always Order Dessert)
Super-Easy Bacon Cheddar Football Cheese Ball
When it comes to game-day snackage, you can't go wrong with something cheesy. This football-shaped cheese ball is so adorable it serves as both food and table decor. And with bacon, cream cheese, and cheddar, everyone's going to love it.(via Peas and Crayons)
Loaded Tater Tot Skewers
Tater tot skewers are one of the biggest food trends on Pinterest — and with good reason. They're crispy and crunchy delicious and *so* easy to eat while mingling with friends and cheering on your team. (via Made With Happy)
Rainbow Veggie Dippers
Sure, you could just lay out a tray of crudite and bowl of dipping sauce, but these single-serving shot glasses really class up your Super Bowl food act. Better make a bunch, because they'll disappear as quickly as you can bring them out. (via Always Order Dessert)
Baked Buffalo Cauliflower Bites
These spicy bites are meatless and dairy-free, but so full of buffalo-spice flavor. Prepare for the onslaught, because everyone will want the recipe. Don't forget the vegan ranch! (via Life Tastes Good)
Jalapeño Popper Cheesy Garlic Bread
Who doesn't love cheesy garlic bread? It may be better to place a tray at each end of the table, to avoid a buffet line traffic jam when the fam stampedes. No matter who's pulling for which team, everyone will be united over this tasty dish. (via Crunchy Creamy Sweet)
Sweet Potato Tots
From breakfast to snack time, everyone's digging the tater tots trend. These are extra healthy, thanks to the sweet potatoes, and there's SOOO much cheesy goodness in every bite. SWOON! (via Sweet As Honey)
Baked Parmesan Hash Brown Cups
These hash browns could not be easier to make. The recipe calls for grating your own potatoes, but you could just as easily use a bag of your fave go-to frozen grated potatoes. Thanks to all the Parmesan cheese and Panko bread crumbs, they're guaranteed to be a crispy and crunchy delight. (via Averie Cooks)
Salt and Vinegar Zucchini Chips
Prep these the night before, and spend the day watching the game with your family and friends. The recipe calls for a food dehydrator, but you can make them in a traditional oven or toaster oven and they'll be equally delicious — and healthy. (via Sugar-Free Mom)
Chicken Fajita Queso Dip
This recipe starts with the traditional queso recipe, then takes it up a notch with chicken and fajita seasonings. Pro tip: You can jump-start yours using a store-bought rotisserie chicken and no one will be the wiser. (via Inside BruCrew Life)
Pizza Roll Ups
These easy pizza appetizers call for just five ingredients. Better double up this recipe, because when the scent of fresh-baked pepperoni roll-ups hits the TV room, everyone's going to want one. (via Damn Delicious)
Carolina-Style BBQ Jackfruit Sliders With Avocado and Apple Slaw
Another jackfruit miracle, these vegan sliders are full of mustardy-spicy goodness. They're so lip-smacking, finger-licking good, even the carnivores in the house will gobble them up. (via Carrots and Flowers)
Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Dip
Nothing beats a slow cooker recipe when you're feeding a crowd. Especially when it's buffalo chicken. It will free you from spending time in the kitchen when you'd rather be watching for flags on the play. (via Gimme Some Oven)
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Footballs
Nothing's better than cookie dough bites — unless it's cookie dough bites shaped like little footballs! These are seriously yummy and they travel well in the cooler, making them perfect for a tailgate party. (via Life, Love and Sugar)
Individual 7-Layer Dips
Our favorite thing about these dips is that every bite has all the different flavors in it. Make every guest feel extra special by presenting them with their very own seven-layer dip. Just make sure to provide plenty of tortilla chips for dunking. (via Evolving Table)
Orange Chicken Meatballs
Instead of ordering Chinese takeout on game day, make these simple orange chicken meatballs. They're the perfect blend of sweet, savory, and tangy that will keep your taste buds engaged throughout the whole game. (via Bakers Royale)
Waffled Pizza Fries
The best part about the Super Bowl is that you can finally make the snacks you've only ever let yourself dream about. Case in point are these waffled pizza fries, equal parts crispy, gooey, and oozing with flavor. (via Real Food by Dad)
Mini Chicken Tostadas
Imagine the perfect bite of nachos. Each of these mini chicken tostadas reaches the ideal balance of flavors and textures so you never get a bite that you don't like! With beans, cheese, and avocado, everyone will be coming back for more. (via Pinch and Swirl)
Crispy Buffalo Brussels Sprouts
Forget tortilla chips — Brussels sprouts can get just as crispy and satisfying. Top them with buffalo sauce, crumbled blue cheese, and plenty of parsley for a healthy snack your guests won't soon forget. (via Yes to Yolks)
Mini Taco Bowls
Crispy, cheesy, and creamy, these taco bowls will be a hit at every Super Bowl from here on out. They're particularly delish when you can pop a couple alongside a cold sip of beer. They're small enough that you can have one now and one later. (via Bakers Royale)
Chicken Skewer Nachos
It can be hard to find indulgent low-carb party recipes, but this one certainly fits the bill. Chips are swapped with chicken skewers for a snack that's high-protein, fun, and most importantly, delicious. (via Real Food by Dad)
Smoked Salmon Poke Bites
We could eat Poke every day, but you can give it a Super Bowl upgrade by turning it into a tasty finger food. Salmon, avocado, and red onions work together seamlessly. Even the kids are going to love this dish! (via Brit + Co.)
Lemongrass & Sriracha Chicken Kebabs
Add some kick to your Super Bowl Sunday with a few of these spicy chicken kebabs. They're marinated in a delicious Sriracha lime sauce *and* there's even a sweet chili lime sauce for all your dipping needs. (via Brit + Co.)
No-Bake Baileys Bonbons
No-bakes are basically your Super Bowl best friend, because with all the other cooking you're doing, who has time for a super fancy dessert?! All you need is butter, heavy cream, Baileys, dark chocolate chips, and sprinkles. Voilà! (via Brit + Co.)
Mini Baked Potatoes
As far as we're concerned, baked potatoes are a football staple, no matter which game we're watching. And the fact that these babies are bite-sized just makes them easier (and cuter) than ever. (via Brit + Co.)
Chicken, Pesto, and Sun-Dried Tomato Egg “Pizza"
Not only are these pizzas the perfect finger food, but they're also healthier than your average pie. You can also have your pals come over early to customize them before the game starts! (viaBrit + Co.)
Bacon-Wrapped Cheesy Stuffed Jalapenos
Our mouths are watering just looking at these bad boys. Cheese, garlic, and paprika make these stuffed peppers extra flavorful, and the fact that they take under an hour is just the cherry on top. (via Brit + Co.)
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