Deciding what to bring to a Super Bowl party can sometimes (OK, most times) be a game-time decision.
If you’re stuck on what to bring to your potluck, we’ve got you covered with simple yet delicious recipes to impress your friends. And yes, you’ll score a taste bud touchdown for even your picky, paleo, gluten-free, dieting friends. Score!
Game Day Sriracha Deviled Eggs
Who doesn’t love a deviledegg. The Sriracha in these is the kicker (get it? Football reference) and makes them a total touchdown.
Homemade Mac and Cheese Bites
These make eating your mac and cheese super convenient. Bake them in a mini muffin tin for the best results.
Buffalo Chicken Meatballs
Meatballs are a staple at every Super Bowl party, so why not make the best ones just in case there are duplicate balls.
Crispy Loaded Hasselback Potatoes Bites
These potato skins are easy to make and even easier to eat. Potatoes, olive oil, and cheese plus whatever toppings you like are all you need!
Mini Bunless Cheeseburger Bites with Thousand Island Dip
For your non-gluten eating friends, thesebite size burgers on a stick are your number one nosh for watching Tom Brady’s tush take the field.
Crock-Pot Chicken Tacos
We’re big fans of the crockpot; it doesn’t get much easier. Put the few ingredients into the crockpot, cook for 6-8 hours, bring tortillas, and serve this crowd pleaser!
Instead of the traditional tortilla wraps, use collard greens to hold these together, and instead of cheese, make cashew cheese for non-dairy lovers.
For those guests looking for a healthy option, this broccoli salad should hit the spot. Minimal ingredients, plus not turning the oven on is a win in our book!
Pale Ale Chili
Pair this chili with your fave game day beer and just sit back and enjoy this comfort food.
Jalapeño Popper Chicken Casserole
This recipe calls for cutting corners, like buying frozen pre-cooked chicken breast and cooking the pasta ahead of time to save you the game-time decision of what to bring to a party.
xx, The FabFitFun Team