Game day is coming, and we have the foods to make any Super Bowl party a winner! These incredible recipes ensure that no matter who you’re rooting for or how the score ends up, everyone will walk away happy!
Super Bowl Appetizers
These peppers stuffed with heavenly cream cheese and wrapped with delicious bacon. Be sure to make enough for everyone!
It’s just about impossible to go wrong with nachos, but with these spicy chili rojo nachos, you’ll go absolutely right!
A game day staple, these chicken wings have a garlicky flavor that make them irresistible!
Bring the family restaurant to your home with these homemade cheese sticks served with a phenomenal marinara sauce!
Possibly the most American of game day foods, these bacon-wrapped cocktail sausages will fly out of the Crock Pot!
Pizza in a bite-sized puff, delivered from your kitchen straight to your living room!
Break out the chips for this wildly good dip!
This delectable fiesta taco dip has all of the flavor you love but hardly any of the calories! You won’t even have to tell anyone it’s low calorie, because they’ll never guess!
Spice up the hottest game of the year with these easy, fiery pretzels! Nothing goes better with a cold drink.
Smokey bacon and flaming-good jalapenos make serving these stuffed jalapenos a winning play!
Super Bowl Facts: Did You Know?
- The Super Bowl is the second most-watched sporting event in the world after the FIFA World Cup.
- This year, a 30-second commercial costs $4 million, with 60 seconds going for $8 million.
- Of the 10 most watched American TV programs of all time, 9 are Super Bowls (the exception is the final episode of the sitcom M*A*S*H).
- The first Super Bowl was held in 1967 in Los Angeles, California. At that time it was called The First AFL-NFL World Championship Game.
- The first Super Bowl to actually be called the “Super Bowl” was Super Bowl III.
- The first Super Bowl featured college bands at the halftime show instead of famous musical acts
- Americans consume the second most amount of food on Super Bowl Sunday. The only day in which more food is consumed is Thanksgiving.
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More Super Bowl Appetizers from Noreen!
What would a Super Bowl viewing be without dip? Our good friend Noreen of the wonderful YouTube channel Noreen’s Kitchen has a video showcasing a number of dips made from Rada Cutlery’s fabulous Quick Mixes. Check our her channel, and then enjoy our Quick Mixes!
The New England Patriots!
Based out of Boston, the New England Patriots are one of the NFL’s most successful teams, winning three Super Bowls since 2001. This year they’re hoping for their fourth win!
The Seattle Seahawks!
The Seattle Seahawks enter this Super Bowl hoping to become one of the few NFL teams to win two league championships in a row!