These game day foods are going to be a big touchdown with your friends. They’re gonna think you just kicked a field goal. They’ll be doing their own happy dance in the end-zone. And you’ll think to yourself… “Score!!”
In all seriousness, these Superbowl Party Appetizers recipes are so easy and simple. And oh so delicious. If you’ve got company coming over, you’ll want to make some of these to serve up.
Chili is the ultimate tailgating recipe. Sure it may be winter and you’re inside watching the game, but that doesn’t mean you have to miss out. Spoon this easy chili recipe on top of hot dogs, nachos or scoop it up into bowls and top with sour cream and green onions. This one’s a definite crowd pleaser.
Maybe one of THE most popular recipes on the site, these sweet’n sour meatballs come together easily in the morning and the slow cooker does the rest of the work while you get to sit back and enjoy the game.
Have I mentioned how delicious this recipe is? It comes with me to every potluck I go to. Trust me. People will empty the bowl.
I’ve been making this nacho dip for over 20 years. And that was before I took over the tradition from my mom. People tell me it’s not a party unless Diana brings her nacho dip. This recipe has got bragging rights.
This recipe is a given for any time of year because it goes with everything. One batch feeds a lot of people. But that’s good. And if you have leftovers, that’s even better.
Because, let’s face it. There’s just no beating fresh, homemade salsa.
And if you’re going to make homemade salsa, you might as well also make fresh guacamole. Just a warning. You’re friends may never leave if you cook like this. I know from personal experience.
Looking for more party appetizer ideas? Make sure you check out my Pinterest board.
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