This time of year, America’s mind is on one thing: the Super Bowl. The game is always a good excuse to indulge in tasty offerings at parties and potlucks, but Super Bowl food doesn’t have to be limited to just hot wings and cheese dip.
To commemorate the end of football season, we’ve made of a list of our favorite “super bowls” (see what we did there?)—simple, one-bowl recipes that make filling and delicious winter meals. Not only will you love these recipes, they’ll also minimize the dishes you have to clean after you’re done eating. We’d definitely call that a touchdown!
Chili is a pretty traditional tailgate entree, so mix up your routine with this lighter white chicken chili. Folks will be sure to enjoy the hearty and flavorful combination of chicken, white beans, and blended spices.
Roasting the potatoes and garlic adds a nice depth of flavor to an otherwise traditional potato soup. This heartwarming recipe is perfect for a cozy night in, safely tucked away from the winter chill.
Searching for something a little less heavy? You can prepare this yummy pasta dish in under half an hour and still end up with a healthy dinner for you and your loved ones.
Reminiscent of Cobb, this chopped Greek salad is a healthy update of the classic combo of steak, mushrooms, greens, and blue cheese. Even though it’s a salad, the steak and protein-rich Greek yogurt makes it hearty enough for a complete winter dinner.
What could be a more iconic wintertime meal than a chicken and broccoli casserole? This take on the classic recipe is sure to become a quick family favorite!
If you’re a fan of Asian food, be sure to give this Thai noodle bowl recipe a try. The end result is a warm, savory dish that will add some diversity to your typical Super Bowl meal.
There’s no better way to rev yourself for game day than with this pecan-quinoa breakfast bowl, which is filled to the brim with brown sugar, cinnamon, nutmeg, and protein-rich pecans and quinoa.
Ok, so curry isn’t a popular game day food—but this simple curry dish, with tender chicken, rich coconut milk, and a hot Thai nutty base, is worth bending the rules for.
Having an early crowd on game day? Or perhaps you’re expecting a late one that’ll linger until the next morning? Extend your one-bowl theme to the early hours with this parfait of apples, grapes, granola, and yogurt.
Another classic winter meal, this stroganoff diverges from tradition by incorporating a small amount of grainy mustard to add a greater complexity of flavor. This version also nixes beef, so it makes a nice, robust meal option for vegetarians.
Meat-free and vegan-friendly, this adorable pot pie recipe is chock-full of yummy veggies and savory spices. With its warm, flaky crust, vegetable pot pie makes a wholesome and freezer-friendly choice for a small group.
This Cajun favorite makes an incredible meal for a crowd during the height of the winter season. Just let it simmer all day in the slow cooker, and you’ll have a hot, tasty dish with plenty of protein and spice in time for kick-off!
This light dish offers a glimpse of warmer weather to people who feel stuck in the winter gloom. Aside from the couscous (which takes all of 5 minutes to prepare), this recipe requires no cooking, so it’s a great meal to throw together if you’re short on time but still want something healthy.