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18 Recipes for the Best Super Bowl Party on the Block

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It’s no secret to anyone that knows me that I am not a big sports fan. I couldn’t tell a touchdown from a jump shot from a home run. I tried faking it for years because I’m married to the biggest sports fan ever, but recently decided to give up the ghost and let my true non-sports fan flag fly. Luckily that’s not why he loves me, and 15 years in I guess it’s a little too late for him to bolt over a silly game anyway.

But there is one thing I love from the wide world of sports, one event I look forward to every year…

The Super Bowl.

Clearly I don’t look forward to it because of the game. In full disclosure, I rarely even watch it.

And it’s not just because of the overpriced commercials and halftime show, though I’d be lying if I said I didn’t love both. Nope. I love the Super Bowl because of Super Bowl parties. And I love Super Bowl parties because of Super Bowl party food.

Because what is a Super Bowl party, really, if not a chance to put out a spread of ridiculously delicious and (mostly) unhealthy party foods? Is it even a Super Bowl party if there is no queso or chili? I don’t know for sure, but I don’t think it is.

Super Bowl party food is traditionally fun. It’s traditionally casual and sometimes messy. It’s conversation food. It’s stand-around-the-table-and-talk-while-dipping fo

od. It’s friend food at its finest. And that’s the food I love best.

So whether you’re hosting a bash at your house because you’re the biggest Patriots fan ever or you, like me, are just going for the eats, this list takes the guesswork out of what to make to feed your crowd. From dips, to apps, to crowd-pleasing mains, this is the only list you’ll need to feed your crowd of sports fans, food fans, and everything in between.

Dips Good Enough to Feed a Crowd:

1. Game Day Black Bean Dip by Fearless Dining

2. Easy Buffalo Chicken Dip by Dancing through the Rain

3. Lemon Garlic Hummus by Grace in the Crumbs

4. Creamy and Spicy Hot Corn Dip by Trial and Eater

5. White Queso Dip by Cincy Shopper

6. Roasted Salsa, Two Ways by BeautyfromBurntToast

From dips, to apps, to crowd-pleasing mains, this is the only list you’ll need to feed your crowd of sports fans, food fans, and everything in between.

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Meaghan is the most extroverted introvert you’ll ever meet. An East Coast transplant living in Texas, she spends most of her time wrangling 3 kids, her husband, and a giant dog. When she finally gets a free minute you can either find her tucked in on the couch with a good book or in the kitchen, attempting to create magical meals (and sometimes succeeding).

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