Although Winter often brings cabin fever here in Michigan, there are a few things I still look forward to! For one, we can go sledding when the windchill dies down. We also like to make use of the indoor play areas…But perhaps one of the most fun Winter activities we look forward to is watching the Super Bowl! My family loves making Super Bowl party appetizers in lieu of pizza every year!
Let me preface this by saying, I am not a huge football fan. I used to watch our team, the Detroit Lions for many years; however, after having my two boys, my t.v. time has dwindled downhill just like the Lion’s record – Ouch! I still love ya’ Lions.
Yet, I still love the hype of watching the Super Bowl. I’m not sure what it is…The funny commercials everyone will be talking about the next day, watching the tears of the winning team, the amazing halftime show (hopefully family friendly this year, Justin!), or my favorite part of any party, the food! We love having Super Bowl party appetizers.
We usually have our own Super Bowl party and make it fun by bringing out a different Super Bowl party appetizer every quarter, saving super bowl dessert for the fourth! Food is a huge part of any celebration and this year’s party will not disappoint with the recipes listed below. So whether you are hosting guests or enjoying the Super Bowl with your family, try some of these Super Bowl Foods and make it fun without breaking the bank. You have your choice of Super Bowl Dips or Super Bowl desserts. The biggest penalty will be deciding which one of these yummy appetizers to make.
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20 Super Bowl Party Appetizers: Cheap and Yummy
1. Yummy & Cheap Pulled Pork
From: I Heart Frugal (That’s me!)
2. Pigs in a Blanket Hot Dog Recipe
From: Melanie Cooks
3. Bacon Wrapped-Crackers Topped with Brown Sugar
From: A Bride on a Budget
4. Fantasy Football Candy Bark
From: Drugstore Divas
5. Hot Spinach Artichoke Dip in the Slow Cooker
From: Trisha Dishes
6. Slow Cooker Party Meatballs: AKA Grape Jelly Meatballs
From: Mommy Musings
7. How to Make My Son’s Guacamole
From: Ask Dr. Ho
8. Little Smokies Crock Pot Recipe: Little Smokies Appetizer
From: Mom Foodie
9. Nachos Deluxe
From: Ann’s Entitled Life
10. Easy Stuffed Mushrooms – Only Three Ingredients
From: Dancing Through the Rain
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11. Frito Bean Dip Recipe
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12. Snicker Snack Cups
13. Black Bean and Corn Salsa
From: Mission to Save
14. Beer Dip
From: The Two Bite Club
16. Easy TRISCUIT Appetizer for Game Day + Cub Foods Event
From: Must Have Mom
17. Creamy Sriracha Dip
From: Chaos Bliss
18. Super Bowl Snack Idea – Football Treats
From: Organized Island
19. Baked Tumeric Chicken Wings
From: Fearless Dining
20. 7 Layer Black Bean Dip
From: The Rising Spoon
Super Bowl Party Appetizers: Cheap and Yummy
In conclusion, you should be able to find some yummy Super Bowl party appetizers above to wow your guest or family! Many of these recipes are cheap and easy to make, so whoever you are rooting for this year, it is a food win, win for you! Some of my favorites include the seven layer dip, beer dip (pairs well with beer), and the wings! These are all Super Bowl must-haves and do not forget your sweet treats! I mean, come on – Who wouldn’t love football-shaped Rice Krispy treats or snicker-snack cups. The only problem I’m having with this post is deciding which recipes to try and I’m sure you can see why. Have a great party this year! Go LIONS – ROOOOAR – Next year we’ve got this!
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Happy New Year and Happy Super Bowl! Eat, watch and enjoy this year!
Take care – Sarah
6 Comments on Super Bowl Party Appetizers Roundup: Cheap but Yummy
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What a fun idea to bring out a new appetizer each quarter. Great list of options. Those bacon wrapped crackers look and sound amazing. Thank you for sharing.
These all look so delicious!
Emma | Seeking the South
I definitely want to try the pulled pork recipe! I got a slow cooker for Christmas, so I’m on the hunt for good recipes. Thanks!
So many yummy ideas! I’m going to need to make those nachos.
These all look so delicious! Loved the idea of bringing out a different one each quarter-keeps the food scene as interesting as the game!
Great ideas for Superbowl Sunday! I can’t wait to watch the game and enjoy a few yummy treats with friends!