If you need super easy Super Bowl food ideas and game day snacks, you're in the right place! This collection of game day appetizers, mains, sides, and desserts are made with everyday ingredients and minimal steps. They're perfect for hosts who like to keep things simple, yet deliciously memorable. These super bowl recipes are made for any game day gathering throughout the year!
This Super Bowl recipe collection includes over 20 scrumptious, easy party foods geared for any game day gathering. The recipes include mouthwatering dips, soup, chili, and finger foods that are simple to make and crowd-approved. Some are traditional game day "junk" food and a few have a healthyish twist. But shhhh, no one will ever know. We promise there's something for everyone in these game day recipes!
What is the most popular Super Bowl food?
When we think of game day food ideas, we're thinking about how to make everyone's favorite America's favorite foods, right? Nachos, dips, salsas, tacos, pasta salad, potato salad, sliders and sandwiches, soup and chili, pizza, and dessert. The sky really is the limit and super bowl recipes couldn't be more fun to collect, make, and devour during playoffs or the BIG game!
Super Bowl Appetizers
Classic game day appetizers with a reputation for pleasing any crowd. These party recipes feel decadent and festive, yet are made with everyday ingredients and simple instructions. Many can even be made ahead and finished on game day.
Essential Game Day Recipes [Mains & Sides]
If you're not serving at least one of these essential popular items on your super bowl food menu, is it even game day?
Super Bowl Desserts
No need to spend game day in the kitchen and these desserts are no exception. You can make them ahead and break them out to cool off when the game starts to heat up. We have a thing for easy chocolate desserts that satisfy the sweet tooth.
BBQ Pork Slider Bar
Our favorite game day pork recipes
Make the slider bar
- Place slider toppings in serving bowls and arrange on a large serving tray or baking sheet. Reserve a spot for PORK serving dish in the center.*pro tip - nest the cold toppings in bowls of crushed ice to keep them chilled.
- Pull SLIDER ROLLS apart and arrange them around the toppings.
- Serve the PORK warm or cold in a serving dish that fits it in the reserved spot on the slider bar. If serving warm, keep backup pork in the Instant Pot or slow cooker in 'keep warm' mode and refill the serving tray as needed. Or, serve the pork straight from the cooker if it's pulled pork.
Recipe Notes from TKG
Nutrition data provided as courtesy estimates using unbranded ingredients from a nutrition database. Please consult preferred resource for precise data.