25 Super Bowl Recipes for Super Bowl XLVI

Photo Source: Jason Lavengood

With the Super Bowl only 5 days away have you thought of what food you are going to serve? If you haven’t decided what you are going to make for the big game I’ve got you covered. I have chosen 25 of my favorite football friendly recipes. From finger foods, dips, main dishes and dessert; the hardest part will be deciding which recipes to make! 😉 Although our team (the Indianapolis Colts) didn’t make it to the Super Bowl this year, I will still be watching on Sunday. I think that it is so awesome that the big game is in Indianapolis this year. As some of my longtime followers might know, we called Indy home for 5 years. I wish we were still living there to enjoy the festivities, although my crowd hating husband would disagree. Even if you aren’t a football fan you can still enjoy these tasty recipes. Who will you be cheering on this coming Sunday?

Photo Source: Indianapolis Super Bowl

One Year Ago: Roasted Banana Bars with Browned-Butter Frosting 

Super Finger-Foods for Super Bowl XLVI:

Buffalo Chicken Bites

These bite-sized Buffalo Chicken Bites are oven baked, not fried, so not only do they taste great, but are so much healthier for you. They are super easy to make and can even be prepared beforehand if you are hosting a big Superbowl party.

Pizza Pretzel Bites

Pretzel bites stuffed with mozzarella and pepperoni. You can stuff these the night before and place them in the refrigerator. When you are ready to make just let them rise on the counter while you boil the water and preheat the oven. Just boil, bake and serve.

Mini Corn Dogs

Bite-sized hot dogs dipped in cornbread batter and fried to golden perfection.

Corned Beef and Cabbage Rolls:

Egg rolls filled with corned beef, shredded cabbage, potato and Monterey Jack cheese.  Serve with 1000 island dressing as a dipping sauce

Beer Battered Fried Pickles:

Warm, crunchy, beer battered pickles served with a ranch dipping sauce.

Fried Mozzarella Sticks:

This easy appetizer uses mozzarella sticks to make the perfect bite for Superbowl parties.

Buffalo Wings:                    

Football just isn’t football without some buffalo wings! Sink your teeth into these crispy, crunchy, lightly breaded wings bathed in hot sauce and served with homemade a creamy blue cheese.

Ultimate Spicy Beef Nachos:

Loaded nachos has to be one of my favorite football snacks. Not only are they super easy to make, but they are always a crowd favorite. Spicy beef, refried beans, and jalapenos are loaded onto tortilla chips, topped with a mound of pepper jack cheese and baked until warm and bubbly.

Super Main Dishes for Super Bowl XLVI

Slow Roasted Pulled Pork:

Tender, flavorful melt in your mouth pulled pork that is slow roasted for up to 12 hours.

Sloppy Joes:

Sloppy Joes are a quick and easy one-pan meal all of your party guests will love. They are easy to make, serve and eat while cheering on your favorite team.

Brisket Quesadillas with Mango Barbecue Sauce:

Pan fried quesadillas filled with slow-cooked brisket, topped with mango barbecue, sliced brie and shredded Monterey Jack Cheese. These quesadillas are super easy to make, just place the brisket in the slow cooker and when it is done all you have to do is assemble and pan fry.

Cuban Street Tacos:

Seasoned pork is slow roasted in a citrus marinade of lime and orange juices then removed from the pot to reduce and thicken the marinade into a thick, syrupy glaze. The glaze is then poured over the roasted pork and broiled until lightly crisped and caramelized.

Creamy Baked Chicken Taquitos:

Packed with shredded chicken, salsa, spices and two types of cheese. They are quick, delicious and so easy to make.

Texas Chili:

Big chunks of beef, spices, chipotle chiles and beans are simmered together to make an incredible chili that your guests will be talking about for weeks! Although the cooking time is well over several hours, the slow cooker does all the work! That means you will have more time to watch every play and spend with your guests.

Super Dips for Super Bowl XLVI:

Spinach & Artichoke Dip

This warm dish of creamy spinach, tender artichokes, and melted Parmesan cheese is sure to be a hit at your Superbowl party. This recipe can be made the day before and baked just before serving. Serve with toasted bread or tortilla chips for a crowd pleasing appetizer.

Queso Blanco Dip

This recipe is so quick and easy you can have it on your table in less than 10 minutes! You can adjust the heat to your liking by adding more jalapenos and Tabasco sauce.

Mexican Lasagna Chip Dip:

It is one my absolute favorite dips ever! It is super easy to make. Saute the beef and onion together, mix in the rest of the ingredients, throw in a baking dish, and bake until bubbly-seriously, easy!

Roasted Red Pepper Hummus:

Hummus only requires a few ingredients and about five minutes to make. It pairs wonderfully with fresh vegetables, pita bread, and pita chips.  This is one snack that you don’t have to feel guilty about!

Super Desserts for  Super Bowl XLVI:

Samoas Cookie Bars:

Buttery shortbread crust smothered in caramel and coconut, dipped in chocolate, and then finished with a drizzling of chocolate stripes.

Graham Cracker S’mores Cookies: 

Graham Cracker S’mores Cookies with a graham cracker base, topped with a chocolate chip marshmallow cookie and chopped Hershey’s bars on top. If you are a fan of  s’mores, watch out! These are incredible!

Peanut Butter Sandwich Cookies:

Soft and chewy peanut butter sandwich cookies filled with an addicting peanut butter filling. Not too big and not too small, just the perfect size!

Peanut Butter Cup Caramel Corn:

If you are a fan of peanut butter and chocolate, you just have to give this recipe a try. Trust me!

Cookie Dough Cheesecake Bars:

A buttery graham cracker crust is smeared with a creamy cheesecake layer and topped off with large chunks of chocolate chip cookie dough. With three layers of deliciousness these are sure to be a hit!

Peanut Butter Truffle Brownies:

Peanut Butter Truffle Brownies with three layers of rich and decadent goodness! A rich, fudgy, deep dark chocolate brownie with a delicious peanut butter filling that is topped off with a decadent chocolate ganache.

Triple Chocolate Espresso Brownies: 

Rich and fudgy brownies with a shiny, tissue-thin crackly top.

Super Bowl 46 in Indianapolis, Indiana

Photo Source: Do It Indy

Here’s to a good game on Sunday! If you try any of these Super Bowl recipes I would love to hear how they turn out for you! Drop me a comment and let me know here or you can even upload a picture over on the Facebook Fan Page for Sweet Pea’s Kitchen! :D

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136 Responses to 25 Super Bowl Recipes for Super Bowl XLVI

  1. Oh I didn’t remember the corned beef and cabbage rolls. Everything looks so great.

  2. Well I’d like my game to include every one of those recipes!

  3. Wow – what a round up. I could eat one of everything, especially the savoury things!

  4. Elisabeth says:

    I was glad to see that the pizza pretzel bites made the cut! They are on my list too! As well as the triple chocolate espresso brownies!! I’m looking forward to Sunday!

  5. ChgoJohn says:

    This is one, great round-up! This will come in handy on Sunday, to be sure, but on any game day throughout the year. Thanks!

  6. Christina, what a great line-up! We were just talking about what we would do for a little something sweet–I’m thinkin’ the Peanut Butter Cup Caramel Corn is the ticket!

  7. brenda says:

    everything looks delicious and I am trying to print the recipes how come I can’t?

  8. What a feast for the eyes – I need a snack now:) Thanks for sharing!

  9. kat says:

    YUM! They all look so good!

  10. wow i love this round up sweet pea. you are the ultimate party host. thanks for the post :).

  11. Thanks for these ideas! Going to check out a couple of them right now! 🙂

  12. hotlyspiced says:

    I’m speechless! What a line-up. So many amazing choices. I think I’d choose the buffalo wings, the nachos and the pulled pork with the brownies and the peanut butter cookies. Perfect for a night in front of the TV!

  13. Wow- I needed inspiration, but had no idea that I would get so much! I couldn’t afford to make them all at once (checkbook or calorie-wise), but how amazingly delicious they all look. The fried pickles and the moz sticks look awesome, as do the dips! hmmmm… now it will just be a matter of choosing which one to make.

  14. Michael Ann says:

    Best post EVER! I want to make everything!!

  15. Dana says:

    were is the corn bread??? using your recipe for sunday )

  16. Yum, I’ll take two of everything, ha! The samoas bars look great.

  17. Your round-up is making me drool …. big time!! Would it be far too much, if I wanted all of it?? I figured since I know nothing about actual football – – I might as well eat as much football related snacks as possible 😉 lol

  18. Simply Tia says:

    Wonderful ideas. In October I tried your recipe for buffalo chicken bites – they were amazing!!! I’ll have to pick a few more items from this list to make again soon!

  19. Wow. So many options. I’m liking the Cuban street tacos for citrus season. I’d have to run through the desserts again to pick the best one.

  20. veghotpot says:

    three words – nom nom nom!!! 🙂

  21. Laura Belfiore says:

    Although they all sound yummy….I think I will try the pretzel bites, and the mini corndogs (one of my husbands favorites). Stumbled across this site when I got an email about Lofthouse Style Cookies. My sister loves them except for the sprinkles, so she wont buy them. She is an excellant cook and baker though, so I have already sent it to her! Thanks soooooo much!

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  23. LOVE EVERYTHING! So much that I just linked to this in my post of Super Bowl recipes.

  24. losangelas says:

    Wow! you can have a serious party with all this on your buffet!
    My favorite is the Peanut Butter Cup Caramel Corn, def gonna try that one!
    THANKS!

  25. Shumaila says:

    All of the recipes look sooooo good. Bookmarking the page. Hope to try some soon for the super bowl! Thanks for sharing!

  26. Reblogged this on alisueonthemove and commented:
    I dont’ even know where to start! Thank you so much!

  27. joehoover says:

    I know nothing about American Football, but I want to eat all of this

  28. John says:

    My mouth is watering. It just so happens that I’m having the corned beef and cabbage egg rolls this weekend.

  29. Those baked buffalo chicken bites look absolutely amazing — love love LOVE that they’re not fried! 🙂

  30. DCM says:

    My mouth is watering badly! Corned Beef and Cabbage rolls please!

  31. aFrankAngle says:

    Very good … and I’m easy to please with the corn dogs, pulled pork, and the chocolate … and some red wine.

  32. Carlie Chew says:

    Yumm! All of the recipes look delicious. I swear I look forward to the food more than the game.

  33. jasperwrites says:

    That all looks amazing and I am totally trying the taquitos and buffalo chicken bites, sloppy joes look great too.

  34. I think you have an evil streak….tempting everyone with such yummies! LOL

  35. Oh the calories! It all looks too good to eat!

  36. Rae says:

    I’m not a fan of football, but I am a fan of finger food! Looks delicious!

  37. losangelas says:

    congrats on making freshly pressed!

  38. rastelly says:

    Penut butter truffel – cookie dough cheese cake –
    Breaded chicken in creamy ranch – chips and dip –
    Hot – damn!
    I only watched one superbowl – the one where the
    new orleans Saints made their historic victory “Who
    Dat!” There was a joke in my town where a man went
    to hell and had no problem with the heat. So the Devil
    locked him in a room that was ice cold. He stood
    up and cheered. The Devil asked him why. He said –
    “It’s freezin’ in hell! The Saints must have won a
    game!” 😉

  39. Reblogged this on TEES AND MORE and commented:
    All these recipes look amazing!!

  40. 7theaven says:

    My mouth was literally drooling by the time I was halfway done with the photos.

  41. rubiescorner says:

    Wow! I am coming back to this to copy down some recipes! This is fantastic. You really worked to get the information to us. Thanks! I’m glad I found this.

  42. Oh my… is it wrong- even though we dont even get superbowl on this continent- for me to want to make all these? Seriously, I am tempted!

  43. this is all looks so good. but i’d be paying for it later! 🙂

  44. staumeldung says:

    thanks for sharing. as I am German I’ll have to go for the pretzels!!!

  45. i want to nom this entire post. lovely food pics, they all are tempting!!

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  47. Nicolle says:

    Getting my recipes together for the Super Bowl was on my to-do list today. These definitely help out a lot and all look delicious (well, I’m not too sure about the fried pickles though). I can’t wait to try!!

  48. Nicolle says:

    Reblogged this on Culture Jaunt and commented:
    Yes, the Super Bowl is just three days away now. As I’m preparing my menu for that wonderful day of football, I came across these delicious recipes and decided to share them with you. I will definitely be choosing a couple and featuring them once I make them. Enjoy!!

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  50. Reblogged this on League of Urban Wifery and commented:
    Check out these awesome recipes from a fellow blogger for the Superbowl! The best part? I didn’t have to do any of the cooking, and I cannot wait to try some of these recipes in my usual gluten-free fashion. Thanks Sweet Pea!

  51. bodastory says:

    My mouth is watering!

  52. All look very good! Especiall the pizza pretzels! I dont know how to decide what else to make! Theres so many! Thanks!

    Logan

    http://blog.allamericanclothing.com/

  53. Lakia Gordon says:

    Are you serious? 😦 I’m going to be a little heavier after Sunday lol Everything looks GREAT!

  54. Thanks so much for sharing these great eats. Wonderful. Connie
    http://7thandvine.wordpress.com/

  55. I AM STARVING NOW! Holy Moly! LOL!!!! Go check out my Football Dream team!

  56. karaallyn says:

    Thanks for sharing and congrats on Freshly Pressed. If you want to follow my blog, I will have (hopefully) daily recipes that you might consider adding in the future. Thanks!
    http://www.recipesfromoldladies.wordpress.com

  57. robertdickinsonphotography says:

    All the way from England im a big patriots fan so patriots to win on sunday, the buffalo chicken bites are nice i had some when i went to new york/rochester last summer

  58. Not one. Not ONE of these looked bad. The corn beef and cabbage bites bring me great joy. Nice post!

  59. Sarah Harris says:

    Omg! I am sitting here in my office starving waiting to go to lunch and read this! I cannot wait to try these out!!

  60. bercton says:

    Great stuff nice display of foods.Congratulations on FP !!!

  61. socialshan says:

    These all look so good, my commute home from work will be thinking about these..yum! Thanks for sharing 🙂

  62. CONGRATS on being FP – YAY!!!

  63. Oh yum!!! Did I say yum? Yes!!!

  64. valentinedee says:

    Dear Father God!!! You have driven me crazy. I cannot wait to try all of these recipe; especially the desserts. I don’t even know where to begin, but I have your page bookmarked and now I’m following you. Love this.

    val
    http://valentinedefrancis.wordpress.com

  65. keltrustsnoone says:

    too bad we’re not watching the super bowl at your house!!

  66. ecomom22 says:

    Looks amazing, will for sure have to try some!

  67. ecomom22 says:

    Reblogged this on ecomom22 and commented:
    Looks amazing!!

  68. Thanks so much for the ideas! 🙂

  69. booknerdette says:

    Congratulations Christina for being Freshly Pressed!:D I also admire those that love to cook … and cook well. I will try some of your recipes you have listed and pray they look like as good as yours. 😉

  70. Uptown Urban says:

    All your Super Bowl invites are LUCKY….That food looks ridiculously good!!

  71. QRI says:

    Yum!! Thanks for sharing these recipes!

  72. Great recipes, I feel very ‘small’ with my chicken quesadillas 🙂
    Congratulations!

  73. barbara says:

    Looks delicious! I’m hungry now.

  74. faithrises says:

    These desserts look absolutely delicious!!! Thanks for posting these recipes. 🙂

  75. shayley1982 says:

    We dont even celebrate the Super Bowl in Australia, but I kinda wish we did!!! Now to find an excuse to make all of those delectable snacks!

  76. thenotwriter says:

    Im not a big football fan, but being from Massachusetts I’m obviously hoping the Patriots will win. I dont know if we will be watching the game tho because my grandfather’s funeral is Sunday afternoon.

  77. JayShep Photography says:

    Wow! So many great ideas! I want em all!!! lol

  78. Can the Super Bowl be right now so we can try all this good stuff!? Y.E.S. to the bite-sized Buffalo Chicken Bites! Yum.

  79. Gooood HEAVEN this all looks amazing

  80. Birthday NYC says:

    Good gracious! I logged on to check out freshly pressed, thought it was great to see some Super Bowl recipes, and then by the time I was finished looking at your blog post I was salivating and desperate for Sunday to get here. I mean, this is an incredible array of mouth-watering recipes, and now I twenty-five more reasons to get excited about the Super Bowl. Go Giants (I mean, I’m from NYC, so this was a given)! Thanks for the great ideas, and enjoy the weekend!

  81. Ed Voyles CDJR says:

    We love these so many new recipes just in time thanks!

  82. Eric T. Tung says:

    Reblogged this on Eric T. Tung and commented:
    Check out some of these yummy looking snacks!

  83. Where to begin? Be still, my heart. Couldn’t it be Super Bowl Sunday every day . . . just for the food? Great recipes, great photos!

  84. I just gained 20 pounds looking at the pictures… 🙂

    Bookmarking this page! These recipes look yummy!

  85. wow. superb. recipes ……

  86. anthonymoujaes says:

    Reblogged this on Ant's Rants and commented:
    Really good list of options here to pick from. Hosting a party Sunday and now I have some options to start my menu.

  87. Oh this all looks fabulous!!

  88. 😀 aint that the season to get F-A-T! These are all delicious looking, fried, fatty, or sweet and chocolatey! 😀 great round up!

  89. emmycooks says:

    Yum! Who has time to watch the game when there’s so much eating to do? 🙂

  90. Ryan says:

    Whoa so many yummy things! Looking forward to the big game!

  91. roadtomed says:

    the foods look yummy:) I am not a big super bowl fan but motivated to make some now….

  92. Modern Seoul says:

    An Unbelievable range and everyone a winner. Thank you so much for sharing these delights and enjoy Sunday 🙂

  93. Jbot says:

    I have to keep this page away from my father. He would be tempted to make all twenty-five.

  94. Duoimagery says:

    Oh that humus dip looks AMAZING!

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  96. Sinister Dreams says:

    Oh crap, this reminds me I have to make some snack foods! I forgot all about it until just now! 🙂

  97. SmilingCat01 says:

    Oh my gosh.. They are good especially the chicken bites, right?

  98. Glad you got selected for Freshly Pressed! Especially so that now I can try some of these great looking recipes… the chicken taquitos and the s’mores cookies.. umm.. looks so yummy .Thanks for posting them!

  99. Hi and congratulations on being freshly pressed! 🙂 Great blog you have!

  100. This is amazing! Thanks for all the great recipes – I have menu ready to go now 🙂

  101. Everything looks amazing!! How to decide which one to make!?! I think I might try the pretzel bites. I just had a conversation with a friend yesterday about wanting to try them. Thanks for posting, now I don’t have to search for a recipe!! 🙂

  102. modiramos says:

    MMMMM! Great post! The corned beef and cabbage rolls sound phenomenal, as do all of the desserts:)

  103. yum! it all looks so good!

  104. Love all these Superbowl foods! I must reblog this one! Thanks!

  105. Reblogged this on Little Mrs. P and commented:
    I can’t wait to try some these this weekend.

  106. ashleemae says:

    This list made me SO hungry…I’ll have to make the corned beef and cabbage rolls since they seem to be a spin off of my favorite sandwich ever.
    Great list!

  107. whyyellow says:

    These dishes look amazing !

  108. misteredie1 says:

    Okay. That just all looks too good. Can I come to your house for the game?

  109. Cathy says:

    This post made me drool! Mozzarella sticks!

  110. Kate says:

    this looks amazing!!!

  111. catzikay says:

    Haha, and they say you gain weight over the holidays. Superbowl Sunday should be counted as that too! 😛

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  113. Morrice says:

    Thats not fair. I am trying to lose 20 lbs and I think I put on 20 lbs just looking at the pictures.
    Oh what the heck…its super bowl time. I will definitely be having some fun on Sunday

  114. Cafe23 says:

    YUM-MY! I think I just gained 5 pounds going through those photos :S

  115. MamaMoo says:

    All I can say is nom nom nom. I’ll be trying a few of these recipes and I’ll let you know how they turn out. Thanks!

  116. evelynpang says:

    Yummy, i am hungry now!

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  118. Chrissy says:

    Such a great round up! I think you have covered it all!

  119. Chef Nusy says:

    Yumm! It all sounds great! I’ll skip this year’s Bowl, but I’ll keep the corn dogs, the queso blanco and the pretzely pizzas! Thanks for posting all these!

  120. Very nice! We will be having Quesadillas, Home made pizza, cocktail meatballs, nachos & guacomole, & of course some Beer! Go Giants!
    I belieeeeve…in Eli!

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  122. jcwinstead says:

    Wow you offered a ton of great ideas for super bowl! I sure wish I came across your blog before today so I could attempt the delicious recipes. The desserts were of course my favorite. Who says these recipes cant be tried because the super bowl is over? Awesome post!

  123. Stef says:

    Holy buckets, I know where to go the next time a big event occurs. Perhaps an Oscars line up next? 😉 Amazing food repertoire.

  124. foodcow says:

    good stuff!!gonna make atleast 2 of these next time i organize a brunch!!

  125. Awesome post! LOve all of your food ideas! ^.^~

  126. Mark says:

    Mmm… Looking at all that food has made me extremely hungry. I think I might have to make a few of those recipes. Thanks.

  127. wowowowowowo…..ther’es not one thing here I don’t want to eat. Those minoi-hot-dogs just look AMAZING! Great work – and great pictures!

  128. What a pity I didn’t see these recipes before I started watching all Super Bowl commercials;)

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