It doesn't matter if you follow football or not, the Super Bowl is essentially a holiday everybody with taste buds can enjoy. The Super Bowl is not only football's biggest night, it's the years first biggest feast. Why else would 103.4 million people gather around a TV for football teams they didn't root for in the regular season? Food. And to satisfy those cravings, there are Super Bowl Crock-Pot recipes.
I'm talking BBQ sandwiches, chili, buffalo chicken meatballs! Everything you need to build a buffet of all the things you've ever wanted to have in a single meal time. It can all be yours. A slow cook enhances flavors and makes for a quick devour. Sometimes Sunday self care requires indulging — in baked beans and football.
The best part about this feast is that — thanks to the Crock-Pot — it's mostly hands off. In order to get maximum flavor you only have to exert minimum energy. Most of the Crock-Pot recipes are a throw-it-all-in and wait for it to work its magic kind of deal. All you have to worry about is, well, nothing at all. Your contribution to the Super Bowl snack table will be a total touch down.