11 Surprising Super Bowl Recipes

Some people watch the Super Bowl for the sport. Some watch for the commercials, some for the halftime show. And others don’t watch at all-they merely show up for the food. From savory to sweet with a couple of drinks mixed in, try these recipes to throw a Super Bowl party where the focus won’t just be on football.


1. White Pizza Dip


White Pizza Dip


It’s a pizza and it’s a dip. You really can’t go wrong with either one. Whip this up and serve it bread or crackers for a hearty snack.


2. Spicy Sriracha Popcorn


Sriracha Popcorn


Sriracha is the Nutella of spiciness. It goes well with everything and your guests will appreciate the extra kick it gives popcorn.


3. Nacho Potatoes


Nacho Potatoes


Sriracha is the Nutella of spiciness. It goes well with everything and your guests will appreciate the extra kick it gives popcorn.


4. Spiked Root Beer Float


Spiked Root Beer Float


What makes a root beer float even better? Bourbon. Add some to make a grown up version of this fail proof treat.


5. Chocolate-Dipped Peanut Butter Cookies


Chocolate-Dipped Peanut Butter Cookies


Cookies are a party staple since they’re quick to make and nearly impossible to mess up. Pair peanut butter with chocolate for a classic but unforgettable sweet treat at the party.


6. Homemade Soft Pretzel Bites


Soft Pretzel Bites


Chewy, salty, and delicious-these will be the first things guests reach for. Be sure to make extras since these will go fast!


7. Chicken and Waffles


Chicken and Waffles


Enjoy the trendiest food combination around by preparing chicken and waffle sliders. They’re hearty enough to serve as a main dish while being light enough to still enjoy the other party foods.


8. Whiskey Cupcakes


Whiskey Cupcakes


Whether your team wins or loses, you’ll be happy these cupcakes were at the party. Cooked with whiskey and drizzled with bourbon, they’re the perfect complement to savory side dishes.


9. Salt and Vinegar Sweet Potato Chips


Salt and Vinegar Sweet Potato Chips


These shockingly easy potato chips are a healthier and tastier version of store-bought chips. Made with just three ingredients-sea salt, malt vinegar, and sweet potatoes-they’re cheaper, too.


9. Rice Krispies Treat Cookies


Rice Krispies Treat Cookies


Like a Rice Krispie treat, but better! With a toffee flavor, Rice Krispies, and mini-marshmallows, this is one cookie that’ll make guests forget about the game.


11. Soda with Bitters


Soda with Bitters


Make customized sodas for each guest using soda water and bitters, which are alcohol and other ingredients mixed together to create a slightly bitter taste. When mixed with soda water, they create a light flavor that works well with strongly-flavored food.


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