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Need good Super Bowl party recipes!!!

LuvMaerz's picture

Hello everyone!

 With my husband's new pride and joy hanging from our living room wall (all 52 inches of it), I am required to have a Super Bowl party this year.  Does anyone have any tried and true recipes, appetizers, snacks, etc. they would be willing to share?  I have a feeling I will be making a crockpot full of Chunky Taco Soup (will try to post the recipe later), but also want to make some snack-type stuff.

Super Bowl Recipes

Another dip that I make for parties is a simple Layered Bean Dip.

1- large can of refried beans or 2 small cans

1-16 oz container sour cream

1 pkg taco seasoning

1- 8oz pkg cheddar cheese, shredded

Spread the refried beans on a 15x11 pan (cookie sheet with 1 in side). Mix taco seasoning with sour cream. Spread over beans. Top with cheddar cheese. Bake at 350 until cheese is melted and beans are heated through. Serve with tortilla chips.

Super Bowl Recipes

I make a dish that we call "Chili, Chips, & Cheese." It was served as a party dip the first time I had it, but my family loves it so much that I make it often for supper.

2-8oz pkg cream cheese, softened

4-cans chili with beans (not the hotdog kind of chili)

1 jar salsa ( I prefer medium heat)

8oz cheddar cheese, shredded

Tortilla Chips

Spread the cream cheese in bottom of a 9x13 pan. Combine chili and salsa and pour over cream cheese. Top with cheddar cheese. Bake in 350 oven until hot and cheese is melted. Serve with tortilla chips. to serve as a meal instead of dip, place chips on plate and spoon mixture over chips like you would for nachos.

Note: Since I often serve it as a meal, I usually add a can of drained and rinsed kidney beans to the chili mixture.


super bowl snacks

I know what you're saying about the tv and of course you'll have to make sure you watch the superbowl in HD.  The following receipt is for an easy 'spicy' chicken dip that I have had a lot of success with.

Spicy Bufflo chicken dip

1 lb. cooked chicken (can used can or pressure cook your own and shread it)

3/4 cup of Frank's Red Hot Bufflo style wing sauce

2-8 ounce bars of cream cheese soften

1 cup of Ranch Dressing

8 ounces of shread mild cheddar cheese

combined all ingredents into a baking dish, bake at 350 for 30 minutes.

I serve this with nacho chips but have found others like it as a dip for fresh vegtables and various crackers.

LuvMaerz's picture
Ooooh sounds yummy!

This sounds great!  I was thinking of doing something with a buffalo chicken theme!

Of course, we had to upgrade our DishNetwork to the HD package within a week after getting the tv...but I am not sure if the channels around here will even be offering it in HD.  Regardless, the tv will be on all day!  Personally, I hate football but love a good party.  The only part I like is the commercials Wink!

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