13 Sensational Super Bowl Party Recipes


The big game is this weekend! Who will you be rooting for? As much as I love football, I’m pretty apathetic about who wins the Super Bowl this year. I don’t have a great deal of like or dislike for either the Colts or the Saints, so I don’t find myself rooting for anyone in particular. Now, what I can get excited about is food! Any big game is a great opportunity to gather with friends and enjoy all of the dip and snack food that your tummy can handle. I have put together the 13 most popular recipes on Brown Eyed Baker that are perfect for such an occasion.

Dippity Dip Dips

P1020012-3 Classic Hummus
Serve this with pita chips and vegetables






IMG_9361-3Cheddar Ale Spread
Serve with vegetables, pretzels, tortilla chips, potato chips, crusty bread… pretty much anything you’d like!





IMG_7057Chicken Spread
This is one my mom is famous for. She has made it for functions since I was little, and it’s fabulous. Best served with crackers.





IMG_6876Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Dip
This one always gets rave reviews. All of the great flavor of chocolate chip cookie dough without the raw eggs. Score! Serve with nilla wafters, pretzels, sugar cookie sticks, or graham crackers.






Fun Finger Foods

polenta-pizza-appetizer-2-color-corrected Polenta Pizza Squares
A unique and delicious use for the traditional Italian cornmeal dish. Use your favorite toppings!







Fontina-Stuffed, Bacon-Wrapped Dates
The name really speaks for itself: cheese and bacon? Yes please! Throw in some dates and this is an utterly amazing appetizer.






Soft Pretzels
The ultimate party food! I have made them a few times, and while this is my favorite recipe from the site, I made an Alton Brown version recently that was even better!





Pepperoni Bread
This is a childhood favorite of mine and I could easily scarf down an entire loaf myself. These are easy and a sure crowd pleaser!






Sweets for the Super Bowl


Sugar Cookies
If you have a favorite team, use my tips on decorating with royal icing to create a logo or simply fill in colors and write “Go Colts!” or “Go Saints!”. If you don’t have a preference, you could always make football cookies.





Marshmallow Crunch Brownie Bars
These have been dubbed “magical” and they are definitely fitting for sports-watching of any variety.







Chocolate Chip & Pretzel Cookie Bars
Chocolate and pretzels, a perfect marriage of sweet and salty flavors, combine to make absolutely delicious bar cookies.






French Chocolate Brownies
Although a little more involved than your typical one-bowl brownies, these are still THE best brownies that have ever come out of my kitchen.






No-Bake Cookies
One of the most popular recipes ever on Brown Eyed Baker and for good reason – they are ridiculously easy to make and they’re delicious!








Enjoy the food and the fun! I hope your team wins! :)