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Are you looking for recipes to make for the big game this weekend? Not sure what to make? We’ve selected 25 delicious super bowl recipes to help you out with your big game party!
First of all, I have a confession to make. To some of you this may come to you as a shock…
I did not watch a single game the entire football season… I really didn’t.
I don’t know what happened to me, but I could not get into football this year. The games were playing on TV in our living room, because David watched them, but I didn’t pay any attention to them.
Don’t worry, just because I was not into football this year doesn’t mean that I wasn’t into food! You know by looking at us, David and I both love food and we love sharing our recipes with you.
Today, we are sharing 25 delicious super bowl recipes that will be gone by halftime! We have included some appetizers, snack foods, light and healthier recipes, as well as easy slow-cooker recipes and extraordinary smoked meats and grilling recipes, a few desserts and a couple of recipes to wash it all down.
Here they are…
Medjool dates stuffed with soft and creamy goat cheese, chopped pecans and fresh thyme, then wrapped in salty prosciutto. A quick and easy appetizer that doesn’t require any cooking!
This beer horseradish cheese sauce is made with beer, white cheddar cheese, and horseradish mixed together into a spicy sauce for topping or dipping.
A salsa club rollup is a flour tortilla rolled up with ham and cheese; sliced into mini rolls, served with shredded lettuce, salsa, sour cream and chives.
This recipe can be done vegetarian or the mushrooms can be swapped with chicken, turkey or ground beef. These Mexican taco cups are the perfect appetizer, snack, treat, or meal. The taco cups are made with tortillas baked into cups filled with cheese taco flavored mushrooms, poultry or beef and garnished with pico de gallo, sour cream and fresh cilantro.
Smoking ribs is a true labor of love, but with some common knowledge and easy-to-follow steps you too can create mouthwatering, succulent and flavorful baby back ribs.
6. Christina’s Refried Beans (A CROCK-POT RECIPE!)
These traditional refried beans are even better than restaurant style beans. They are creamy, smoky and seasoned perfectly with garlic, onion, and bacon, then finished with butter, milk and cheese.
Jumbo pasta shells stuffed with a spicy blend of cooked ground beef and cheese, then topped with enchilada sauce and even more cheese.
8. Sloppy Joes
These mouthwatering Sloppy Joes are quick, easy and inexpensive to make. They are hearty, messy, and meaty this American Classic is guaranteed to satisfy anyone at your supper table.
The goal to a well smoked beef brisket is a thick moist slab of meat, a crusty “bark”, a vivid smoke ring, and meat so smokey, it puts you in a food coma.
These enchiladas are bursting with flavor! Flour tortillas filled with refried beans, steak and cheese, then rolled and topped with delicious enchilada sauce and smothered with Mexican cheese.
Tender and juicy Slow-Cooker French Dip Sandwiches make for a wonderful meal. The beef is slow cooked for hours, served on a toasted hoagie rolls with melted cheese and a side of warm cooking broth (au jus) for dipping. They’re delicious and dripping with goodness!
This applewood smoked turkey breast is rubbed with a blend of warm spices and smoked over a bed of coals and applewood. It is moist, tender and delicious.
Nothing beats the cold weather off like a simmering pot of chili. This chili is made in a slow cooker with chunks of chuck eye steak and ground beef, beans, tomatoes, fresh ground chili sauce with Spanish seasoning and even some coffee for extra richness.
These Chicken Parmesan Sub Sandwiches are inspired by the classic Italian dish, with crispy chicken, tomato sauce and melted mozzarella cheese on a sub roll.
This Beer Can Chicken is flavored with rosemary orange butter sauce with garlic, slow cooked on the grill until tender, moist and falling-off-the-bone, with a crispy skin.
David’s 10 steps to succulent smoked BBQ pork picnic shoulder. By following these steps, you will have perfectly cooked meat that’s tender, moist and juicy.
17. Carne Asada
Carne Asada can be served as a main dish or as an ingredient in other dishes. It is used in a number of dishes from tacos to fajitas to burritos to salads.
Get those chips ready for dipping! Served smooth or chunky, this guacamole gets added flavor from ground cumin and a little bit of heat from cayenne pepper. It’s flavorful, clean and healthy.
Shredded chicken, cream and extra-sharp cheddar cheeses, chopped jalapenos, crumbled bacon, seasoned with Mexican spices, rolled into a flour tortilla, baked crispy and golden brown.
Taste the flavors of the Louisiana Bayou with these fresh wild caught Cajun seasoned shrimp stuffed with smoky grilled andouille sausage, then wrapped in crispy applewood smoked bacon.
Ladyfingers layered with chocolate and vanilla pudding, topped with a chocolate sauce and whipped cream. This easy to make dessert is perfect for bridal, baby showers, parties or just a good sweet snack.
22. Orange Brownies
A nice, refreshing change from the normal chocolate brownies, these brownies are moist and cakey, with an extra delicious citrus glaze. Perfect for summer entertaining!
This stuffed pineapple is a tropical paradise,. Juicy pineapple baked and caramelized with a coconut, ginger snap topping.
This recipe makes the best Margarita I have ever had and is too good not to share again. Bartender, get ready!
25. PBJ Martinis
This Peanut Butter and Jelly Martini cocktail recipe is the perfect brunch cocktail to wash down just about any meal. Made with raspberry and hazelnut liqueurs and grape juice this cocktail is light crisp and refreshing with subtle hints of nuttiness and grape jelly.
David was practically salivating last night when previewing this post of 25 delicious super bowl recipes.
What’s are your favorite super bowl recipes?