Super Bowl Recipes!

From the recipe archive, just in time for the big game. For more Super Bowl recipes from food blogs, check out Food Blog Search ~Elise

So, what are you serving up for Super Bowl Sunday? Here are a few of our ideas, as well as a several rather inventive Super Bowl recipe twists from some of our favorite food blogs. Enjoy the game!

Super Bowl recipe ideas from Simply Recipes


Super Bowl recipe ideas from other food blogs


  1. JEP

    Thanks for selecting this excellent round-up of recipes from your site & suggesting recipes from other blogs–this is a win-win situation!

  2. katy

    Every time I look at that cheesy bread, I swear I gain a pound. but it looks so good!

  3. Ore

    Wow…Great set of recipes! Thanks for sharing with all of us!


  4. Julie O'Hara

    Hi Elise,

    Thanks for the shout out for my bacon brittle post. It’s such good stuff!


  5. Madeline

    Ooooh, I can’t wait to indulge, I’m more excited for the food than the game! I will be making your potato skins and my favorite buffalo wings, hooter’s style…they are ridiculously good. Have a fun game day everyone!

  6. Ellen

    We don’t actually watch the game, but it seems a great opportunity for great food! And I’ve got a several ripe avocados on the counter…

  7. PaniniKathy

    What a great collection! I may need to try the bacon brittle – my mom keeps raving about a bacon chocolate chip cookie recipe, so it sounds like an unexpectedly nice complement to sweets.

    I have a Super Bowl Buffalo Chicken Panini recipe on my blog – I added a link to your roundup for people looking for more great recipes!

  8. Elise

    Hi Kathy – Your Buffalo Chicken Panini looks great!

  9. Lady Amalthea

    Oh, yum! I’m not watching the Super Bowl, but perhaps I will make some treats!

  10. Tau-Mu

    This is a great idea posting Super Bowl recipes!

  11. sara

    I just put up a collection of some of my favorite appetizers, just in time for the super bowl– slightly more elegant than jalapeno poppers but just as easy to throw together, like bleu cheese pear and honey tartines, and radish and boursin snacks.

  12. Georgia.Pellegrini

    Who says we need the super bowl to taste these joys of life?

  13. Cookin' Canuck

    I have been looking for an additional snack recipe for our Super Bowl party today. The cheesy bread is it! It looks perfectly gooey and decadent, plus it only requires one hand to eat so that the other hand is free for high fives and fist pumps.

  14. Peachy

    I made that cheesy bread last week, and my god was it good. For the Super Bowl though, I think I’ll be making these delicious Zesty Mexican Blintzes. They require accompanying guacamole, so I’ll try your recipe instead of using the usual packaged seasoning mix.

  15. Cookin' Canuck

    Elise, I made your cheesy bread for our Super Bowl party yesterday and added bacon to the mixture (because I simply can’t resist the stuff) and it was fantastic! Rave reviews from everyone.

    So glad you liked it Dara! It’s one of my favorites. ~Elise

  16. Yolanda Udell

    That cheese bread looks soooo gooood!

  17. Sues

    I wish I looked at this before today! The potato skins look sooo good (as does everything else)!!

  18. Katee

    Made the cheesy bread recipe yesterday for the Superbowl and all of my friends went crazy over it! I used a loaf of homemade Italian bread I had lying around and smoked provolone b/c I didn’t have any mozzarella. It came out wonderfully cheesy and delicious! Thanks for the recipe!

  19. Tonya

    Loved your recipes. As the most others did, I tried your cheesy bread, it was a big hit.

  20. Bethany

    You forgot the hummus! I use your recipe every time I make it, and every time it’s a success!

    Good point! I love that hummus recipe. Thanks for the reminder. ~Elise

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