Besides watching the game, the Super Bowl is all about getting together with friends and family. And did we mention food? If you’re planning a Super Bowl party, you’re probably thinking about what to make to feed your hungry crowd.
Today, we’re sharing party-friendly recipes from around the web that made our mouths water. They all seem pretty doable, too! Just click on the links below to go to the recipes.
Image source: Food Network
Sure, you could just order in pizza, but why not put a twist on the classic with these easy Party Sausage Pizza Rolls from the Food Network? Store-bought pizza dough adds convenience. To save even more time, you could omit the homemade sauce from the recipe and use your favorite jarred sauce instead.
Image source: Martha Stewart
Chicken wings are arguably America’s favorite party food, and these Spicy Sweet Chicken Wings from Martha Stewart are the perfect combination of citrus and a little heat. We especially like that they’re oven-baked. There’s also a yummy recipe for an accompanying dipping sauce.
Image Source: The Pioneer Woman
Are you familiar with Ree Drummond, a.k.a. The Pioneer Woman? If not, you should be! Her classic Potato Skins recipe looks so easy as well as delicious. While you can follow it to the letter, another option is to create a potato skins bar where you bake the potatoes and cheese, then let guests dress their spuds the rest of the way with things like sour cream, scallions, pico de gallo and guacamole.
Image source: Real Simple
Naturally, there’s an endless supply of dip recipes, but we wanted to find one that seemed out of the ordinary. This Hot Ricotta Dip from Real Simple is cheesy decadence – we can practically smell the fresh thyme! And talk about easy! While the image above shows it served with endive, if that’s too fancy schmancy for game day then just use crackers or crostini instead.
Such heartier fare should of course be balanced with lighter options like popcorn, chips and salsa, and crudites and dip. We’re positive NO ONE will leave your house hungry. The Monday after the Super Bowl, they won’t be talking about the halftime show or commercials – it will be all about your fabulous food!
Enjoy America’s favorite pastime!