17 Crock-Pot Recipes For Your Super Bowl Party
Planning for a large crowd of people who love to snack while watching football is, well, kind of a lot of pressure. It means putting together copious amounts of snacks, which is very difficult to do large quantities. I have a feeling that for this particular reason the Crock-Pot was invented. (OK, maybe not this reason, but you get my point.) So, if you’re throwing this year’s Super Bowl party, here’s 17 different Crock-Pot Super Bowl recipes for you to make this year.
These recipes range from finger foods to slider options to dinner ideas. There’s a ton of dip options (like that buffalo chicken cheese dip that you need to try right this minute), plenty of meat options for sliders or tacos, and of course, chili for the meat eaters and the vegetarians. You’ll be very thankful for having a Crock-Pot for this shindig.
One of the easiest things I will suggest to you is setting up some kind of buffet system. If you’re making a lot of meat, why not set up a taco bar or slider bar for people to put together their own food. If you’re making a dip, put some vegetables or chips next to the dip for easy dipping (and less dishes for you to use later). The Crock-Pot helps to keep your food warm — which people will be very thankful for on a cold February afternoon.
Sticky Chicken Wings
You can seriously never go wrong with a batch of chicken wings during a Super Bowl party, especially if they are hot, buffalo, Asian-style wings by Damn Delicious.
Barbecue Brisket Sliders
These cute little sliders by Tori Avery will for sure be a crowd pleaser.
Spicy Beef Queso Dip
Meet and cheese, alright! This queso dip is by Brown Eyed Baker.
Spinach Artichoke Dip
A classic dip by Damn Delicious, perfect with slices of bread or tortilla chips!
Buffalo Chicken Meatballs
Drizzle some blue cheese or ranch dressing on top of these meatballs by Damn Delicious for a delicious spicy snack.
Make a large batch of this beef by The Kitchn and serve it with a taco or salad bar!
Brown Sugar Roasted Garlic Pulled Pot Roast
This pot roast by How Sweet Eats has brown sugar in it, fulfilling all of your daydream requirements.
Sloppy Joes on a game day just make sense — so make it a reality with A Farm Girl’s Dabbles.
Another great sandwich idea for your slider display by Half Baked Harvest.
Pulled Pork Grilled Beer Cheese Sandwiches
Want to upgrade from the sliders? These sandwiches by How Sweet Eats actually have homemade beer cheese. Insert heart eye emoji.
Another must-have meal on a game day! This turkey chili is by The Comfort of Cooking.
And for the vegetarians, this chili recipe by Cookie and Kate will be a perfect replacement!
Pizza Stuffed Peppers
If you’re looking for a good thing to serve for dinner,these pizza-stuffed peppers by A Spicy Perspective are a great meal idea for a small party!
These cocktail wieners by Foodie Crush are a great finger food.
Mac & Cheese
I mean come on, everyone loves mac & cheese, you seriously can never go wrong with a recipe like this by Cookies and Cups.
Buffalo Chicken Cheese Dip
Every time I make one of these people gobble it up in minutes, so I have a feeling this dip by Foodie Crush will be gone before the half time show.
Blackberry Jalapeño Chicken Sandwiches
And for the grand finale, these delicious looking chicken sandwiches by Cooking for Keeps for a gourmet spin on your Super Bowl food table!