Super Bowl LIV is almost here, and you don’t need to be a fan of the Kansas City Chiefs or the San Francisco 49ers to enjoy game day. Heck, for many of us, the food is the best part of the Super Bowl! Not sure what to make for the big game? We got you, boo!
Soft Beer Pretzels with Beer Cheese Dip
Need a boozy pretzel to go with your beer? We’ve got the perfect recipe. Although there is a little bit of skill involved in the actual pretzel-making (twist them however you want – they won’t stay on the plate for long, anyway!), you got this! At the very worst, it’s a recipe you can drink beer while making. Nothing bad about that!
Buffalo Chicken Dip
Ah, an old standby! What’s better than some mouthwatering buffalo chicken dip? This recipe is super simple to make and doesn’t require buying the whole grocery store. Sweet! Only problem? You’re almost definitely going to run out of chips. Visit The Girl Who Ate Everything website for our favorite version of this classic.
Sesame Chicken Wings
If you’re craving something sweet and flavorful, this is it. You probably already have some of the ingredients in your kitchen. Even though these wings are sure to have your guests licking their fingers, make sure you stock up on wet napkins for this one.
French Dip Sliders
Forget Half-time – these sliders will steal the whole game! They’re also quite a bit more filling than other Super Bowl appetizers and pretty light on the wallet. That’s a win. You can check out this recipe here.
We get it, not everyone is all about the savory game snacks. That’s why we recommend making an out-of-this-world cannoli dip. It saves you from making a trip to the bakery and is guaranteed to impress your guests. After all, who doesn’t love cannolis? Although the recipe calls for cracking up waffle cones, you can choose anything you want as a dipping agent – fruit, graham crackers, etc. Heck, you can even use this as a spread on breads and crackers!
Pulled Pork Ring
Mmm, pulled pork… Our mouths are watering just thinking about it. If you think this recipe sounds like it must be complicated, think again. It’s slow-cooker friendly and made with the magic of crescent rolls. You can learn how to make this juicy recipe here.
Super Bowl LIV will take place on Sunday, February 2nd at 6:30 PM EST, and it should be an interesting game! The Kansas City Chiefs haven’t played in a Super Bowl in 50 years and are playing against a team familiar with the event. However the game itself plays out, we hope you have a fun, safe night filled with all the yummiest foods!