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This weekend is Super Bowl! It’s the biggest football game of the year. That calls for amazingly tasty game day food. This combination of easy appetizers with a slow-cooker entree will have your fans cheering.

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Plus, everything can be prepared ahead of time. That means you can spend more time with your guests and watch the big game. With this winning lineup of Super Bowl food, you’re sure to score a touchdown.

Super Bowl Appetizers Starting LineUp

The weather is usually a little chilly still during Super Bowl.

So this calls the ultimate in comfort eats and treats. And, I’m delivering a tasty starting lineup!

Loaded Tater Tots Appetizers

These loaded tater tot appetizers are nothing short of amazing. And they make a stunning display.

a tray of Loaded Tater Tots Appetizers ready to serve for game day

Loaded Tater Tot Appetizer Recipe

Tater Tot Appetizer Cups
Tater tot appetizer cups are crispy, cheesy, filled with flavor and perfect for snacking, appetizers, or football food. Everyone loves the handheld stuffed tater tot cups!
Check out this recipe
tater tot appetizer

Roasted Jalapeno Poppers

These tasty bites are loaded with flavor and a kick of heat. And, they’re perfect for your vegetarian, low-carb, and keto party guests.

Roasted Jalapeno Peppers ready to serve for Super Bowl
Stuffed Jalapeno Poppers
Who doesn’t love a game-day snack that bites you back a bit? These poppers have spiciness you crave from jalapenos, loaded with tangy, rich cream cheese and cheddar blend to mellow the heat. And they are vegetarian jalapeno poppers so everyone can enjoy them
Check out this recipe
baked stuffed jalapeno poppers on a white plate.

Sausage Balls

These sausage balls are definitely a family favorite! And, they are so easy to make with just 3 ingredients.

Keep them warm in the crock pot, and serve with an easy bottled BBQ sauce for dipping.

Bisquick Sausage Balls (with cheese!)
Bisquick sausage balls loaded with cheese are a savory snack that everyone loves! This easy 3 ingredient sausage balls recipe takes less than 30 minutes, and is great to make ahead so you have multiple batches to enjoy and freeze!
Check out this recipe
dipping a sausage ball into a dipping sauce

Shredded Beef Tacos

Score a winning play with these tacos! Set up a taco bar and let your fans create their own tacos.

Shredded beef tacos on a plate
Pulled Beef in Crock Pot
Crock Pot pulled beef chuck roast is an easy dump and go dinner. Add slow cooker shredded beef to your meal plan for making tacos and so much more!
Check out this recipe
a white bowl with chuck roast.

Now that you’ve seen the starting lineup, are you ready to start cooking? Warm-ups are over and it’s game time!


How do you make the Super Bowl fun?

With games like bingo, shuffleboard, ring toss, and activities like coloring pages. There are plenty of ways to come out of the Super Bowl like a champ. Whether you’re celebrating with the people you live with or online with friends, a good party game lets everyone have fun, even if they’re not football fans.

What is traditional Super Bowl food?

Classic Buffalo Wings.
French Dip Sliders
Nachos Supreme
White Chicken Chili
Pull-Apart Garlic Bread Pizza Dip
Football Cookies
Best-Ever Pigs In A Blanket
Mac & Cheese Pizza Bites.

What is the most popular food for Super Bowl?

Chips and dip. 40% plan to serve it or eat it during the Super Bowl.
Wings, 36%.
Pizza, 35%.
Nachos, 29%.
Cheese and crackers, 20%.
Cookies, 18%.
Burgers, 17%.
Meatballs, 12%.

images of sausage balls and tater tot appetizers
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Have a great time watching the big game!

Do you need more game day food Ideas? Check out these Appetizer recipes for inspiration

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4 thoughts on “Super Bowl Food”

    • My son is requesting loaded potato skin for Super Bowl Sunday. I think I’m going to change it up and make the loaded tater tots instead. A lot less time consuming, but I’m sure it’ll be just as yummy. Thanks for sharing!
      IG @whatsfordinner_mom_

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