Super Bowl 2017: Game Day Eats

With the big game coming up this weekend, you’ll need some quick and easy recipes to keep your guests fueled up. Here’s a roundup of recipes that are sure to be crowd pleasers.

Jalapeño Popper Football Cheese Ball

“This Jalapeño Popper Football Cheese Ball is sure to make a touchdown at your next game day party!”


Find the recipe at Peas and Crayons.

BBQ Bacon Wrapped Smokies

Meat wrapped in meat. Need I say more?


Get the recipe at

Loaded Nachos

This colorful dish is easily customizable to taste (or what you have on hand!) and can be thrown together, cooked and served in under an hour. Done and done.


Get the recipe at Country Living.

Bacon Deviled Eggs

Because everything is better with bacon…


Get the recipe at Bon Appétit.

Cauliflower Wings

A vegetarian delight.


Get the recipe at delish.

Boilermaker Tailgate Chili

Looking for the ultimate chili to feed a crowd? Look no further. This recipe packs a flavor punch and can be made the night before.


Get the recipe at Allrecipes.

BLT Bites

Adorably bite-sized, these tasty treats can be popped into your mouth to satiate those BLT cravings.


Get the recipe at Taste of Home.

Chicken Wings with Angry Sauce

Want to kick up your chicken wing game? Try this fiery, slightly sweet Korean twist this year. It’s finger-licking good and is sure to leave your guests asking for the recipe.


Get the recipe at Food & Wine.

Bacon, Cheddar & Jalapeño Pinwheels

Bacon, cheddar and jalapeño are the game day recipe trifecta. On their own, they’re each delicious. But roll them all together inside a warm and flaky roll? Next level perfection.


Get the recipe at Yellow Bliss Road.

Chicken & Waffle Sliders

If you haven’t tasted the sweet and savory combination of chicken and waffles, well to be frank, you haven’t really lived. Now imagine zapping them down into tasty, bite-sized treats. Heaven in a bite.


Get the recipe at delish.

Prosciutto and Fig Crostata

For a sophisticated take on a Super Bowl snack…er…hors d’oeuvre, try this simple yet elegant recipe made with pantry staples.


Get the recipe at Country Living.

Turkey Sloppy Joes

With just a few ingredients you can whip up a healthier version of America’s classic Sloppy Joe. Less calories leaves more room to indulge in the rest of your Super Bowl snacks. Bonus that these mini sandwiches are also ready to serve in 20 minutes.


Get the recipe at Real Simple.

Queso Fundido

Hey, good lookin’! This dish is such a beauty….and is equally mouthwatering! Juicy sausage crumbled into layers of gooey cheese, tomatoes, pepper and onions has me ready to start dipping!


Get the recipe at The Pioneer Woman.

Spicy Meat-Filled Phyllo Cigars

Venture away from standard football food fare with a Greek-inspired dish that your carnivorous friends will love.


Get the recipe at The Kitchn.

Cajun Pigs in a Blanket

BAM! Add some cajun zing to the classic pigs in a blanket recipe to really bring this dish to life!


Get the recipe at delish.

Peanut Butter Football Cookies

Whether your team is up or down, sweeten up the game with these delectably cute football cookies.


Get the recipe at Crazy for Crust.



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