11 Crock-Pot Recipes For Your Super Bowl Party That Are Actually Easy To Make

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For me, Super Bowl party food options are all about comfort food. I've gone to a lot of Super Bowl parties, and honestly, it's mostly been because I'm very much into the food that's often served at them. So, if the championship games are really all about champion meals for you too, you're going to love these Crock-Pot recipe ideas for your Super Bowl 2018 party. They're easy to prepare in large quantities, nearly impossible to mess up, and easy to clean up after, which makes them perfect Super Bowl party meals — especially when you're trying to feel a large crew of people without going broke over it.

These are some of my favorite Super Bowl-themed recipes. They're warm, they're cheesy, they're meaty, they will fill you up while you watch the game, and they make for the perfect leftovers if you manage to save any — but don't count on it, because I can't imagine you'll not want to finish any of these dishes. And if you want to make more than one of these dishes, but only have one pot, fret not. You can prepare one the day before and store it in the refrigerator, then day of, you can transfer it back to the pot or stick it in the oven, to warm it back up. Easy, delicious, and cool to prepare the day before? Crock-Pot recipes are truly the best thing ever invented.

Classic Chili

Chili on game day is definitely a thing. And this classic, chunky, meaty, hearty chili is going to be a staple on your Super Bowl coffee table spread. Check out the recipe on Ari's Menu.

Dr. Pepper Pork

Uh yeah, this a real thing. It's sweet, it's savory, it's something totally different that your hungry guests are going to freak out over. Check out the recipe on Ari's Menu.

Chicken Fajita Chili

Foodie Crush

You've got your basic chili, and then you've got your white meat, spicy, peppery chili and they're both totally necessary. Check out this recipe on Foodie Crush.

Little Smokies

Foodie Crush

What's the Super Bowl without lil' smokies? These football watching must-haves are so much easier to make in bulk. Check out this recipe on Foodie Crush.

Corn Chowder

Foodie Crush

This sweet, hearty soup can be served as a warming appetizer in little paper cups or as a main dish in mugs. Check out the recipe on Foodie Crush.

Buffalo Chicken Dip

Foodie Crush

Dips are kind on Super Bowl Sunday. Everyone knows that. Whip up this heavy dip that also acts as a meal. Check out the recipe on Foodie Crush.

Deep Dish Pizza

A Spicy Perspective

Yes, you can make pizza in a slow cooker and yes, it's as good as it sounds. It's deep dish pizza with all the toppings and without any of the mess. Check out the recipe on A Spicy Perspective.

Bacon-Wrapped Beef Tenderloin

A Spicy Perspective

I mean, bacon-wrapped anything is going to be a big hit. But this fancy AF beef tenderloin is going to be the mic drop of all Super Bowl foods. Check out the recipe on A Spicy Perspective.

Sloppy Joes

A Farmgirl's Dabbles

Did you know that if you make sloppy joe's in a slow cooker, they're less sloppy? OK, that's not true. But the clean up is. Check out this classic recipe on A Farmgirl's Dabbles.

321 Dip

Averie Cooks

It gets the name because of it's three blocks of cream cheese, two cans of Rotel, and one pound of Italian sausage used. Check out the recipe on Averie Cooks.

Taco Mac & Cheese

Averie Cooks

Taco seasoning and mac and cheese might be the greatest marriage in all of history. Check out this cheesy, spicy, heavy, and hearty dish on Averie Cooks.