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Best Super Bowl party recipes online: Wings, chili, dips, pizza & desserts

Most popular Super Bowl party foods for game day: Wings,dips, chili, pizza, nachos and desserts
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Searching for recipes for your Super Bowl party? Buffalo wings, chili, dips, pizza, nachos and desserts top the list of the most popular foods to serve NFL fans on game day. Whether you're cheering for the Broncos or the Seahawks, serving great grub for game day is as important to football fans as who wins the game.

In addition to the traditional football party foods listed below, go beyond the norm and make delicious appetizers like Spicy Buffalo Shrimp or Buffalo Chicken Spring Rolls with Blue Cheese Dip.

Best Game Day Party Recipes

Chicken Wings Recipes: Mix it up this year and make a variety of wings from hot to mild.

Chili Recipes: Spicy chili is a great way to warm everyone up before the game starts. The recipes below for buffalo chicken chili or turkey and white bean chili are delicious and easy to make.

Dips: Easy to make dips are always a hit at football parties. Make two or three party favorites including buffalo chicken dip, ranch spinach dip, 7 layer Mexican dip, homemade guacamole and slow cooker chili cheese dip.

Pizza: Order pizza online with money saving deals at popular pizza chains or make your own pizza with a store bought crust and a variety of toppings.

Nachos are easy to make if you're in a hurry to put something out before kickoff time. Buffalo chicken nachos and loaded nachos are a popular choice on game day.

Desserts are a must at Super Bowl parties. Make a Death by Chocolate trifle, Snickers Bar brownies, S'mores bars and Peanut butter pie. Add some chocolate chip cookies (store bought works!) to the mix and everyone will be happy.

After you prepare the party food, it's time to chill the beer, make a pitcher of Drunken Fruit Sangria and get ready for some football, cheerleaders and Super Bowl commercials.