Forty-eight recipes to celebrate Super Bowl XLVIII with friends, family and football.
Football, funny commercials and hearty fare come together for a Super Bowl Sunday to remember. This recipe round up includes 48 of our options guaranteed to please Broncos fans, Seahawks fans, and everyone in between.
Pregame Savory Starters
The Super Bowl can be a prolonged event, so treat your guests to an array of appetizers and dips at the beginning of the game and then follow up with a selection of additive snacks at halftime.
Game Time Main Courses
Want to go beyond snacks and munchies during your game day celebration? Instead of dialing for pizza, treat your team to a homemade dinner or buffet of heavy hor d’oeuvres. From artisanal sandwiches to simple pizza selections, the following menu items will quell hunger pains without being too high-brow for the face-painted set.
Sandwiches and Burgers
Off the Grill
One-Pot Wonder Plays
If you are nervous about being sequestered in the kitchen and possibly missing game day fanfare, opt for an easy one-pot meal. Provide guests with an array of toppings like cheese, tortilla chips, or crusty croutons, depending on which dish you choose.
Main dishes might steal the show, but our selection of sides win the best supporting role. A leafy green salad will be a welcomed and refreshing accompaniment to a burger and fries feast or pizza party. We’ve also found classic potato salad packs a punch next to barbecue chicken or a pulled beef sandwich.
Potatoes & Starchy Options
Breads and Biscuits
Keep dessert simple by opting for a make ahead freezer pie, or easy pick-up bites such as cupcakes or cookies. We are especially fond of the Double Chocolate S’mores Whoopie Pies from Stephanie Wise of Girl Verus Dough which are creative blends of two fantastic desserts.