Are you gearing up for the Super Bowl? To some, this is the biggest sports event of the year and what better way to celebrate than to throw an awesome Super Bowl party! If you’re hosting a party make it a potluck party. This will decrease your workload, will create an exciting variety of food to choose from and may even make the cleanup easier too!

Whether you’re hosting or attending a party for the Superbowl you need to check out these touchdown-worthy potluck recipes! Some love the Super Bowl for the game, some love it for the half-time show but most of all everyone loves the food. Prepare for some of the most drool-worthy recipes!

1. Homemade Mac and Cheese Bites

You don’t have to be a kid to love macaroni and cheese! These delicious bites of goodness are easy to prepare and they’ll surely be gobbled up in minutes!

This version of macaroni and cheese is homemade and you’ll surely taste the difference! An egg will help bind all the ingredients together while a mini muffin tin will help create the perfect two-bite portions! PHOTOS AND RECIPE HERE: CHEF IN TRAINING

2. Buffalo Chicken Tortilla Pinwheels

If buffalo chicken wings are your game day favorite then you’re going to love these buffalo chicken pinwheels. You’ll enjoy the same flavors all rolled up into a soft tortilla but with less mess.

To create the buffalo chicken filling you’ll need cream cheese, hot wing sauce, blue cheese, Colby-Jack cheese, green onions, and cooked shredded chicken. These come together quickly and can be stored in your fridge until the party! PHOTOS AND RECIPE HERE: HOME COOKING MEMORIES

3. Slow Cooker Spinach and Artichoke Dip

Share a restaurant favorite at your Super Bowl party and it will surely be a hit. This simple dip is easy to make and conveniently cooks in your slow cooker.

The creamy texture comes from mozzarella cheese, Neufchatel cheese, and grated parmesan cheese. Finally, you’ll also need a can of artichoke hearts, freshly ground pepper and fresh spinach leaves. PHOTOS AND RECIPE HERE: HOME COOKING MEMORIES

4. Instant Pot Pizza Pasta

You could order pizza for your Super Bowl party but surprise everyone with this pizza pasta! It’s comforting and delicious!

The Instant Pot makes our recipe incredibly quick and easy! Not including the pressurizing time, you’ll have this dish ready in just 15 minutes. It’s ooey-gooey cheesy and everyone will be back for seconds. PHOTOS AND RECIPE HERE: FORKLY

5. Pepperoni Cheese Pizza Bombs

This is another great alternative to ordering pizza! These cheesy pizza bombs release a flavor explosion in your mouth when you eat them!

They’re easy to make too! You’ll need store-bought ingredients such as crescent roll dough, white string cheese, pasta sauce, and pieces of pepperoni. Lastly, use a muffin tin to create the perfect single-serving portions. PHOTOS AND RECIPE HERE: SIZZLING EATS

6. Slow Cooker Chili

While everyone is cozying up around the TV to watch the big game share a delicious pot of chili. This warm bowl of deliciousness if flavorful and thriving in exciting textures.

You’ll need to cook the ground beef on the stove top but when it’s finished combine all the ingredients into the slow cooker and set it and forget it. Make sure you serve your chili with delicious toppings. Some great examples include sour cream, grated cheddar cheese, green onions, and sliced avocado. PHOTOS AND RECIPE HERE: THE WEARY CHEF

7. Firecracker Chicken Meatballs

Add a touch of heat to your table with these firecracker chicken meatballs! These delicious balls of delight are smothered in a sweet, savory and spicy firecracker sauce.

These chicken meatballs might be homemade but you’ll be surprised to discover they require minimal work and ingredients! From start to finish you and your game day guests will be able to indulge in these meatballs in just 30 minutes. PHOTOS AND RECIPE HERE: LITTLE SPICE JAR

8. Crockpot Drunken Bourbon Whiskey Meatballs

Meatballs are often expected at potluck parties but blow everyone away with this delicious recipe that has a fun adult-approved twist. These tender meatballs are infused with fiery bourbon whiskey.

The great thing about our recipe is that if you choose to cook on high you can have these meatballs ready in just 3 hours! So sip on a glass of whiskey, sit back, watch the game and enjoy a delicious meatball that tastes like nothing you’ve ever experienced before. PHOTOS AND RECIPE HERE: FORKLY

10. Slow Cooker Little Smokies

These mini sausages are perfect for game day are so easy to make too! To begin you’ll need 4 packages of cocktail sausages. The sausages are them smothered in a seriously delicious sauce that is made from honey barbecue sauce, light brown sugar, white vinegar and a bottle of lager beer.

Simply dump all the ingredients in the slow cooker, give it a good stir and set it and forget it! If you cook this appetizer on high you’ll have it ready in just 2 to 3 hours. PHOTOS AND RECIPE HERE: FOODIE CRUSH

11. Slow Cooker Honey Garlic Sriracha Wings

The slow cooker can help you create delicious wings and also prevent a messy kitchen! Cooking wings in the slow cooker will create a lovely tender texture and the meat will be falling off the bone.

You’ll need just 10 minutes to prepare the wings then set the slow cooker on low heat for 3 to 4 hours. The luscious sauce is made from sriracha, honey, soy sauce, brown sugar, and garlic. PHOTOS AND RECIPE HERE: THE RECIPE CRITIC

12. Low-Carb Keto Tuna Pickle Boats

Tuna pickle boats are a lot more exciting than ordinary tuna sandwiches and this recipe may be the perfect dish that will truly blow your friends and family away. The idea may sound obscure but trust us, once you try one you’ll be lining up for more. With that said we highly recommend that you make a double batch of this recipe!

The boats are made from dill pickles. Using a spoon you’ll want to discard all of the seeds which will leave a crater that you can fill with the tuna mixture. Mix the tuna with mayo, dill and salt and pepper and fill the pickle boats! Lastly, garnish this delightful dish with fresh dill for a fragrant and fresh flavor. PHOTOS AND RECIPE HERE: FORKLY

13. Easy Cheesy Pull Apart Rolls

These pull-apart rolls are cheesy, garlicky and insanely delicious. The best part is they require all store-bought ingredients and only 2o minutes to create.

To create the rolls you’ll want to combine a tube of refrigerated biscuits with melted butter, garlic powder, shredded cheddar cheese, and freshly chopped parsley. Divide the mixture into a greased muffin tin and bake until they are a lovely golden brown color. PHOTOS AND RECIPE HERE: RASAMALAYSIA

14. Chicken and Waffle (Fries) Sliders

Chicken and waffles is a southern specialty. This delicious combination of waffles and chicken makes for some serious comfort food so there is no wonder why it would be a perfect contender for game day.

This recipe puts a fun twist to a traditional recipe and instead of waffles, you’ll use waffle cut fries. Along with the fries, you’ll need chicken tenders, a maple-mayonnaise, fresh tomatoes, and jalapenos. These are so easy to make and will be eaten up in minutes! PHOTOS AND RECIPE HERE: THOUGHTFULLY SIMPLE

15. Super Bowl Nacho Bar

This recipe may take a little more work than the previous recipes we talked about but your guests will go crazy for this nacho bar! After all, who doesn’t love loaded nachos?

You’ll be provided with a recipe for the delicious cheese dip, guacamole as well as a list of ingredients to help you create the perfect nacho bar. Lastly, to save time prepare the cooked ground beef ahead of time and on game day heat it up in a slow cooker! PHOTOS AND RECIPE HERE: THE MAGICAL SLOW COOKER

16. Instant Pot Buffalo Chicken Sliders

The Instant Pot is a marvelous kitchen gadget that allows us to cook labor-intensive recipes incredibly quickly. Throw together delicious sliders that everyone will go crazy for!

Our buffalo chicken slider recipe requires a few simple ingredients. Better yet, the Instant Pot can have this dish cooked in just 16 minutes! Don’t be surprised when these spicy and savory sliders are gobbled up before the game even starts. PHOTOS AND RECIPE HERE: FORKLY

Clarissa Vanner

Clarissa loves experimenting with food of all cultures to make unique healthy dishes. When she’s not browsing Pinterest for new recipe inspiration she likes to pick up a DIY project and use her creative hands to make art or crafts. In her down time you can find her watching the latest documentaries on Netflix or going for nature walks.

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