Some people watch for the game, some for the ads, some for the halftime show. But everyone comes to a Big Game party for the great food. Whether you’re a first-time host or just looking to shake up your repertoire, there’s something here for everyone.
Don’t want a big group of party people eating wings on your couch? This dip is the perfect — and perfectly delicious — solution.
Buffalo Wings go with football like referees go with stripes. In this recipe the wings are baked, so they hold up better on a party platter. But don’t worry, all your favorite ranch-y, saucy flavors still come through loud and clear.
This is the real bowl of the day. Bacon, cheese, avocado and crushed up corn chips give this salad the well-earned right to claim space on the game-day buffet table.
Anyone can make this recipe, and everyone loves eating it. Great served steamy from the oven, or at room temperature anytime (all the time) throughout the party.
Yes, you can buy guacamole at the store. But in less time than it takes to drive there, you can make it even better. Fresh avocado, lime and ranch will keep people crowded around the bowl right through the 4th quarter.
Even people who aren’t spinach fans love rich, creamy spinach dip. If you want to get ahead of the game, make this dip up to three days ahead, and try really really hard not to eat it.
Blustery February days aren’t the best for grilling burgers. But you can still have a satisfying, burger-y dish on your table. This dip serves up the best of a burger – beef, bacon, cheese and pickles – in a creamy, kicky dip.
Where’d everybody go? If folks aren’t in front of the TV, check near this dip. The creamy cheese and tangy BBQ combo is about the only thing that’ll pull them off the couch once the game starts.