Ten fabulous Super Bowl Dips that are perfect for game day.
I love Super Bowl Sunday. We’re not a football household – not even Rob watches it. But my blood is Green & Gold and the background noise of a football game brings a childhood comfort that I love and miss.
We eat the same way that most of America does that day: by grazing on Super Bowl chips, Super Bowl dips 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 and it’s not only acceptable to yell at the television, but it’s also preferred.
These Super Bowl dips are a roundup of the favorites that I’ve made over and over through the years. I hope you try at least one and preferably them all!
3-ingredient Baked Goat Cheese
This Baked Goat Cheese is amazing with garlic bread or crostini! It’s a copycat recipe from Mon Ami Gabi, where I just happen to be heading tomorrow for their “Big Game Brunch” that I’ve attended for the last 7 years.
Hot Crab and Artichoke Dip
Combining my two favorite dips into one? YES, PLEASE! Crostini or tortilla chips work best here. Or just a spoon.
Spinach Artichoke Dip with Shitake Mushrooms
This recipe takes hot, cheesy spinach and artichoke dip then raises the bar with some sauteed shitake mushrooms. As someone whose eaten far more than her share of this ubiquitous dip over the years, this is the best version!
Dried Beef Dip with Garlic & Horseradish
Dried beef is beef that’s been smoked and cured then sliced very thin. Imagine that mixed with cream cheese, sour cream, garlic, horseradish and green onions. Yes, just 6 ingredients and SO addicting! Serve this one with crostini, crackers or fresh vegetables.
Hot Mexican Corn Dip
This recipe calls for fresh corn, but in the winter you can substitute canned. There’s so much cheesy goodness in this dip that no one will ever tell the difference! Add some spicy, smoky adobo sauce for some heat.
Jose Peppers Espinaca Dip Recipe
This is a copycat of the famous cheese dip from Jose Peppers restaurants. But it’s more than your average cheese dip: it uses homemade Velveeta, and adds spinach, tomatoes and roasted poblanos for a truly amazing dip!
Queso Dip with Roasted Hatch Chiles
Although this queso dip calls for hatch chiles, canned green chiles can be used, too. It’s perfect for watching the big game!
Sausage Cream Cheese Dip
You won’t believe how good this 3-ingredient dip is! Smoked sausage, a can of diced tomatoes with green chiles and a brick of cream cheese is all you need for a flavorful football dip.
This might be the dip that out-dips them all! Mexican chorizo (which is very different from Spanish chorizo) with cheese, onion, tomato, and cilantro. It’s AMAZING and my favorite of all the dips listed here! It can be served on tortillas then rolled up or tortilla chips for dipping.
Skillet Cinnamon Rolls with a Cream Cheese Dip
Whether your team is winning or losing, you’ll love ending things on a sweet note. These pull-apart cinnamon rolls can be dipped into its cream cheese center that everyone will love!