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50 Best Super Bowl Dips

We’ve rounded up 50 fabulous Super Bowl Dips that are perfect for game day because no football watch party is complete without the dips.

Who loves Super Bowl Sunday?! I know we do. Whether you are a die hard football fan who watches every game, or someone who just tunes in to the Super Bowl for the big event (and the commercials), this is a great day to relax, unwind, and enjoy the company of friends and family while watching. 

Super Bowl Dips List

Super Bowl LVII is scheduled to be played on February 12, 2023 at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.

Most of America eats the same way on Super Bowl Sunday: grazing on Super Bowl Chips, Super Bowl Dips, finger-foods and artery-clogging Super Bowl Appetizers from noon until bedtime. Out comes the good beer and the wine bottles get put away. Calories don’t count (goodbye New Year’s Resolutions!), and it’s not only acceptable to yell at the television, but it’s also preferred. 

OK, back to the food. Here is a round-up of the Best Super Bowl Dip Recipes we’ve made over the years, plus a few extras. If you’re not sure what to make you’ll surely be inspired after checking out these Super Bowl dip ideas!

Best Super Bowl Dips

These Super Bowl Dips are a round-up of the crowd-pleasing favorites we’ve made over the years, plus a few extras. I hope you try at least one, and preferably them all at one point or another. 

Here are some Super Bowl Fun Facts to talk about while you’re gathered around watching the game:

  1. Super Bowl Sunday is America’s second biggest day for eating (Thanksgiving is first, of course). 
  2. About 8 million pounds of guacamole is consumed on Super Bowl Sunday. 
  3. 14,500 tons of chips and 1.42 billion chicken wings are consumed on Super Bowl Sunday.
  4. When Atlanta hosted the Super Bowl the Chick-fil-A concession stand remained closed inside the Super Bowl Stadium.
  5. The Green Bay Packers were the first team to win the Super Bowl (1967, against the Kansas City Chiefs, 35-10).
  6. The city of Miami (11) has hosted the most Super Bowls followed by New Orleans (10) and Los Angeles (8). The state who has host the most Super Bowls is Miami (17) followed by California (13).
  7. Halftime performers are not paid by the NFL – they only cover expenses and production costs.
  8. The NFL teams with the most Super Bowl wins are The Steelers and Patriots, who are tied with 6 wins each. 
  9. The NFL teams with the most Super Bowl losses are the Denver Broncos and the Patriots, who are tied with 5 losses each. 
  10. The largest Super Bowl ring made to date was William “The Refrigerator” Perry’s for the Chicago Bears, coming in at size 25. 
  11. College Football Playoff National Championship is considered the Super Bowl of College Football.
Kristy Bernardo
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Amelie Hunter

Wednesday 7th of March 2012

Yummy cabbage dip. I am totally clueless about Pinterest and am excited to learn about it and how I can use it.. Thanks for sharing.

the wicked noodle

Thursday 8th of March 2012

Anytime, Amelie :-)

Melissa Say What?

Thursday 2nd of February 2012

Please join our SuperBowl XLVI Pinterest Hop!


Saturday 14th of January 2012

Football. Zzzzz. The only redeeming IS the dips! I got my eye on a few of those. Any surprise that the S'mores one stands out? *DED* and p.s. LOVE the new header! My recent post Barbecue Hummus


Sunday 15th of January 2012

I know, right?!! The dips are where it's at. So happy you like the new header! I'm still tweaking it slightly but it's mostly done. Finally! :-)


Saturday 14th of January 2012

What a yummy collection of dips for Superbowl. My recent post Skinny Breakfast Pizza Melt


Saturday 14th of January 2012

Thanks, Nancy! My recent post my pinterest finds {super bowl edition – dips}

Sidney James

Saturday 14th of January 2012

These are some great finds! I love coming to these posts because I get so many great ideas :).


Saturday 14th of January 2012

Thanks, Sidney! So glad you swung by!