Super Bowl Party Food Ideas

By Alisha Rosenthal
In Meal Idea Monday
Jan 26th, 2015

For this 2nd edition of Meal Idea Monday, I want to bring in some ideas for a fun Super Bowl party! Of course, I use these recipes for more than just the Super Bowl. They are good for any get together, as snacks, or as meals, really, any day of the week!

I don’t know about you, but when I think Super Bowl–or football, period–I think wings! I have a super easy and super delicious recipe for chicken wings that calls for Texas Pete and K.C. Masterpiece Teriyaki sauce, but can be adjusted to fit any sauce. My husband actually won first place in an amateur wing cook-off with this recipe! Click here to get it!

Easy and Delicious Hot Wings

We, of course, serve those with the traditional ranch or bleu cheese dressing and carrots and celery. For parties, though, I like to go ahead and make some of my Perfect Pub Fries to go with the wings. You can click here to find the recipe for those!


Of course, if there is ANY room left at all, there is always room for….DESSERT! My favorite is my recipe for funnel cakes! Now, what I would do for a party is set up a station to add toppings to the funnel cakes. You can actually make them ahead and refrigerate them overnight. Warm them for about 5 minutes in a 400 degree oven and pull them out at half time….You will be famous!!!! In my original recipe, I use strawberries and whipped cream, but you can use chocolate chips, flavored syrups, ice cream…oh yum! Click here for my funnel cake recipe!

funnel cake

Enjoy your Super Bowl party!!!

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