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Super Bowl Recipes

Super Bowl Sunday is the second biggest day for eating in America, surpassed only by Thanksgiving. Naturally, we should all have a few favorite Super Bowl Recipes that we keep on hand to pull out on Game Day. Super Bowl Party foods most often include chicken wings, chips and dips, sliders, and other finger foods. Other game-day classics include burgers and hot dogs, macaroni and cheese, and crock-pot friendly foods like chili and stew. Here’s a collection of recipes that are perfect for your Super Bowl Party to feed all the hungry football fans. We’re even throwing in some healthy super bowl food to help balance out the calories (but we’re not really keeping score).

Super Bowl LVIII is scheduled to be played on Sunday, February 11, 2024 at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time, at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada, home of the Las Vegas Raiders.

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Super Bowl Dips

These super bowl dips and salsas are perfect for snacking. Keep plenty of chips, crackers, bread, and veggies on hand for dunking.

Super Bowl Wings & Drumsticks

Take your chicken wings to a whole new level with these Super Bowl Wing and Drumstick recipes.

Appetizers & Finger Foods

If you’re prepping a spread of finger foods for Super Bowl Sunday, these will keep football fans full through the final seconds of the game.

Side Dish Recipes

Make these side dishes to serve with your Super Bowl Sunday food to score major points.

Hot Dogs, Brats, Burgers, Sandwiches, Tacos

These Game-Day Classics are always a hit on Super Bowl Sunday.

Main Dishes

You’ll be the MVP if you serve one of these main dishes on Super Bowl Sunday.

Soups, Chilis, Stews & Salads

Whether your team wins or not, these recipes are all winners to serve on Game Day.

Super Bowl Drinks

If you want something other than beer, these drinks are great for celebrating Super Bowl Sunday.

Dessert Recipes

Don’t forget the sweets! Super Bowl Sunday isn’t complete without a sweet treat to enjoy.

Super Bowl Food Facts

Super Bowl Sunday is known for its food so here are some game day food facts about America’s favorite sports holiday. Yes, we said holiday because we firmly believe Super Bowl weekend should be a National holiday with a three-day weekend and Super Bowl Monday off!

  • 2nd biggest food holiday behind Thanksgiving.
  • 2nd biggest grilling holiday behind Independence Day.
  • 1.42 billion chicken wings are eaten.
  • 11.2 million pounds of potato chips will be purchased.
  • 8.2 million pounds of tortilla chips will be purchased.
  • 139.4 million pounds of avocados will be purchased.
  • 325 million gallons or 50 million cases of beer is drank.
  • 3.8 million pounds of popcorn will be made.
  • 12.5 million pounds of bacon will be consumed