When it comes to watching the Super Bowl, I’m definitely Team Commercials and Snacks.
Especially during a year when the team I grew up cheering for didn’t make it to the Super Bowl. Though honestly, the food is always a little more exciting to me.
If you still aren’t sure what Super Bowl foods you’re going to make, let me give you a few suggestions. I have made all of these and know they’re delicious.
This one is a classic Super Bowl snack, but THIS is the version you want. Trust me: I think I’ve sampled every single Buffalo Chicken Dip recipe out there and THIS ONE is the best one. Beer Cheese Buffalo Chicken Dip.
Another dip that is always a favorite is spinach artichoke dip. My version has a little bit of a kick to it, which takes it up a notch. It’s not too spicy for those who don’t like spice, it’s more like there’s something there that people can’t quite put their finger on, but they know the flavor is amped up from the usual (and sometimes bland) spinach artichoke dip. Give it a try: Spinach Artichoke Dip with a Kick.
Apparently, I like Super Bowl foods with some spice because the next one I’m going to suggest is Mini Jalapeno Popper Cheese Balls. You can tone down the hotness in these by controlling how much of the jalapenos you add in, but I love these. And there’s something to be said for individual servings.
This next one continues to be one of my most popular posts. It’s Chuy’s Creamy Jalapeno Dip Copycat Recipe. I played around with this recipe quite a bit, trying different porportions of ingredients until I got it as close to the restaurant’s version as I could. This recipe is the result. If you’ve never had it, you need to try. And if you already order this stuff to go with your chips the second you sit down at Chuy’s, you know how awesome it is.
If you still aren’t sure what to make or want more ideas, check out my Football Party Food: 17 Dip and Wings Recipes.