16 Crowd Pleasing Super Bowl Party Foods

Serve up these dishes and your guests will be rooting for the home team.

Hosting a party for Super Bowl 50? We’ve got the menu covered.

Wings Wings and More Wings

Wings are a super bowl staple and while they are super sloppy they are so satisfying. Be sure to protect your furniture from wandering sticky fingers with some wet wipes nearby. Here are three delicious recipe ideas…

Lazy Wings (boneless) | Blog Chef

For those who don’t feel like doing much work, these boneless Jack Daniel’s BBQ wing bites are the ultimate. Recipe Here.

Boneless wing recipe

Baked Wings | Damn Delicious

We’ll pretend these honey sriracha wings are the “healthy option” since they are baked. Recipe Here.


Sweet Wings | Japanese Cooking 101

Did you know that Teriyaki is not the name of a sauce but rather a cooking method? Either way these Teriyaki chicken wings looks fantastic. Recipe Here. 

Teriyaki Chicken Wings Recipe

Super Spicy Hot Wings | Barbecue Bible

There is always that one tough guy (or gal) with an unimaginable tolerance for the spiciest of wings. Put your guests to the test with these fire-eater chicken wings. Recipe Here.

Nachos For the Win

After you get your wing fix it is time to move on to another super bowl favorite…nachos! Here are two options: one for meat lovers and one for vegetarians.

Pulled Pork Nachos | Family Fresh Meals

Festive, tasty and really easy to make. Recipe Here.

Loaded Vegetarian Nachos | Damn Delicious

A cheesy meatless nacho dish that would stop any hungry running back in their tracks. Recipe Here.

Loaded Nachos

Pass the Dip

Break out that giant party sized bag of chips because these dips are going to be a big hit.

Slow Cooker Spinach & Artichoke Dip | Home Cooking Memories

Easy, cheesy and healthy (sort of). Recipe Here.

Bacon Dip | Damn Delicious

Did you really think I could get through an entire post without mentioning bacon? Not a chance. Recipe Here.

Philly Cheese Steak Dip | Chef in Training

Philly may not be in the final game but their staple food should be at your party. Recipe Here.

Even More Classic Comfort Food Dishes

Still hungry for more? Lucky for you calories don’t count on super bowl day. Here are just a few more delicious super bowl party food ideas.

Mini Loaded Potatoes | Comfort Cooking

Dive into these cheesy, crispy loaded Hasselback potatoes made mini from Comfort CookingRecipe Here.

loaded potato

Buffalo Chicken Ring | Pillsbury

If you didn’t get your chicken fix from the wings mentioned above then this should do it. Recipe Here.

Homemade Soft Pretzel Bites | Two Peas & Their Pod

Sure you can buy this dish but homemade tastes so much better. Recipe Here.

Mini Party Burgers | Kevin and Amanda

Kevin and Amanda describe these as “Soft, buttery dinner rolls, seasoned beef, spicy tomatoes and gooey melted cheese all in one hand-held bite.”  Recipe Here.

Don’t Forget Dessert!

You can never go wrong with something simple like chocolate chip cookies or a batch of brownies but if you want to up your game try one of these party pleasing dessert ideas.

Nutella Stuffed Churros | Handle the Heat

They take about an hour to make but the combo of sweet cinnamon sugar with warm nutella is to die for. Recipe Here.

Cookie Dough Footballs | Life Love & Sugar

Forget everything your mom told you about not eating cookie dough because this no bake treat is actually eggless! Recipe Here.

chocolate cookie dough footballs

Chocolate Covered Strawberry Footballs | Living Locurto

A little fruit (hidden under a chocolate shell) is just what everyone needs after a long day of snacking. Recipe Here.

Chocolate Covered Football Strawberries

Lindsay is the the Director of Media Engagement for Coldwell Banker Real Estate and manages the brand’s media and social media department. She is also a licensed real estate professional. In 2017 & 2018, she was named a top 20 social influencer in the real estate industry in the annual Swanepoel 200 power rankings.

Lindsay lives in Livingston, NJ with her college sweetheart and now husband Joe and rwelcomed another Joe into her life as she became a mom in June 2016.

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1 Comment

  1. Bonita Foucher
    February 3, 2016

    Thought this would be good for Super Bowl Goodies.


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