Whether you're just watching a weekend game or want Super Bowl party recipes, these game day munchies are just what you need to keep friends and family satisfied, regardless of who wins. And most of these recipes can be prepared in advance. So you can enjoy watching the big game, too.
This taco dip is a real crowd-pleaser, and it's vegetarian, too. It's perfect for game-day munching!
You haven't tried hot spinach dip until you've tried this hot spinach dip recipe. Caramelized onions, a touch of hot sauce and bacon really kick this spinach dip up to the next level.
This is a classic deviled eggs recipe, and it's an ideal, high-protein snack for watching the big game. You can make these deviled eggs several hours in advance and store in the fridge until game time.
Serving something hot and spicy? Cool off with this creamy guacamole dip. It's not too spicy, but not too mild either. Don't skip the fresh lime juice -- it'll keep the guacamole from turning brown.
Meaty and satisfying, this Crockpot chili is a classic tailgating or Super Bowl recipe, and the slow cooker is a great way to keep the chili warm while your guests are watching the game.
This BBQ chicken recipe is super easy and guaranteed not to burn. Serve this BBQ chicken hot or cold. Either way, it's yummy!
You gotta have something at the game day party that's green, right? Whether you're serving burgers, pizza, chicken or chili, this broccoli salad is crunchy, hearty and supremely satisfying.
The ultimate side dish for any game day feast has to be cornbread. And this recipe is a guaranteed winner. And it's a cinch to prepare, too!