Super Bowl Sunday is coming up on February 3. And while the football game is the excuse to have a party, for many people, the food is the main event. Wings and pizza are popular take-out choices, but here’s a list of recipes that are guaranteed to add lots of flavor and a bit more “wow” to your Super Bowl get-together.
Slow cooker recipes are great for Game Day because you can throw them together in the morning and let the crockpot do the work. Your food will be ready just in time to sit down for the game. Snacks and appetizers make it easy to serve a bunch of different options for your guests, and they’re also great for bringing to a party you’re attending. And to round it out, there are even a few lighter options so that you don’t have Party Remorse on Monday morning.
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Slow Cooker Favorites:
Slow Cooker Pulled BBQ Chicken - Sweet and tangy with a bit of a spicy kick, this easy slow cooker barbecue chicken is bound to be a crowd pleaser.
Slow Cooker Corn Bean Salsa Chicken - With chicken and simple pantry ingredients and little preparation, this flavorful slow-cooker recipe is easy to put together the morning of your party.
Slow Cooker Cilantro Lime Chicken - Citrus, seasoning and salsa give this chicken a fresh, light flavor with a punch of heat.
White Bean Chicken Chili - Great Northern beans and chicken replace the usual red beans and beef in this lighter chili with a lot of flavor.
Snacks and Appetizers:
Barbecue Cheddar Meatballs - A cross between a meatball, meatloaf and a barbecue cheeseburger.
Mini Spinach Dip Bread Bowls - Cheesy and savory, these single-serving bread bowls filled with creamy spinach dip are the perfect little appetizer.
White Pizza Fondue – This quick and easy recipe combines mozzarella and ricotta cheeses, sour cream, pepperoni and Lipton soup and dip mix for a flavorful appetizer
Peanut Butter Cup Popcorn - Sweet and salty. Peanut butter and chocolate. So much to love about this easy snack.
Turkey Lentil Meatballs with Dill Yogurt Dip - Turkey meatballs made with lentils, feta and ricotta cheese, capers and seasoning are a fresh alternative to your standard meatball.
Cajun Popcorn - Plain air-popped popcorn is updated with Cajun-style seasoning and a buttery lime sauce.
Rosemary Garlic White Bean Dip – This roasted garlic white bean dip gets its creaminess from cannellini beans which are low in fat and high in protein and fiber, a drastic change from the dairy products typically found in party dips.
Veggie Pizza - Veggie pizza is a fresh take on the traditional veggies and dip.
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