Check out this list of 15 tried and true Super Bowl Dip recipes! I’ve got you covered with salsa recipes, cheesy dips, bean dips, and tons more – don’t worry, there are plenty of easy appetizers on this list if you’re looking for a simple Super Bowl recipe to serve on game day.
It’s Super Bowl time once again! Maybe you are an avid football fan and you’ll be cheering on your favorite tip while you dig in to some tasty super bowl snacks. Or maybe you’re more like me and don’t really care who is playing as long as there’s good food.
For me, going to a Super Bowl party is all about the food – and there are plenty of good Super Bowl recipes to be enjoyed – and hanging out with some friends.
It’s not a party, Super Bowl or otherwise, without dips, right? Check out this list of dip recipes for plenty of easy Super Bowl recipe ideas!
Whether you’re watching the game with a crowd or settling in alone with the TV remote, delicious munchies are practically a Super Bowl requirement.
Do you need a recipe for or something to scoop up with chips? Here are 15 Dip Recipes. They are all game day approved, tested by the football fans and the food lovers so they’re sure to be a hit!
15 Super Bowl Dips
Before planning your Super Bowl Appetizer menu, make sure you check out these 15 tried and true dips for game day!
Caramelized Onion Bacon Blue Cheese Dip is a revamped and homemade version of the classic onion dip. This dip has tons of flavor thanks to the addition of blue cheese and plenty of crumbled bacon. It is a perfect appetizer to enjoy while watching the Super Bowl.
Green chiles add a little kick to this artichoke dip. Perfect for the day. Not only can you slice the baguette hours before serving, but you can also mix up the dip and store it in the refrigerator until serving time
This simple Greek Yogurt Pesto Dip only requires 2 ingredients - Pesto and Greek Yogurt. Use it as a healthy dip for your favorite summertime grilled veggies. I like to serve this easy dip recipe with Smokey Grilled Sweet Potato Wedges - they’re super simple to whip up and contain only 4 ingredients!
I love this cucumber-y yogurt dip and I can’t believe I’ve never made it before I went to Greece bake in 2011! Tzatziki is great as an appetizer with toasted pita wedges and vegetables for dipping. Learn how to make your own Whole Wheat Pita Chips if you don't want to pick up store bought.
Roasted Red Pepper Hummus is easy to make! Make sure you know How to Roast Peppers (it is really easy!), then after that it is mostly just pureeing ingredients together until smooth! With this Roasted Red Pepper Hummus I served a variety of vegetables: grape tomatoes, yellow pepper, celery, and grilled whole wheat pita bread wedges.
Rosemary White Bean Artichoke Spinach Dip is a remake of the classic recipe so many know and love. In this recipe creamy white cannellini beans and rosemary pair perfectly with artichokes, fresh spinach, and cheese.
This black bean hummus is made with black beans instead of chickpeas, and is flavored with lime and cumin. This is a great dip to make for parties and potlucks! Serve it with store bought tortilla chips, or make your own homemade baked tortilla chips.
This easy roasted salsa verde takes just a few minutes to prep once you've roasted the veggies. It's loaded with tomatillos, jalapeno, poblano, onion, and garlic, plus plenty of cilantro and lime. Roasted Salsa Verde is a really easy green salsa dip to serve with tortilla chips.
You won't believe how easy it is to make Restaurant Style Salsa at home! This is one of our favorite super easy homemade salsa recipes to make. It can be made ahead of time and stored in the refrigerator, but if you want to keep this restaurant style salsa on hand as a pantry staple year round, read my post about canning restaurant style salsa. You'll have this simple game day dip stashed away for any time you need it!
Cranberries don't have to be just for Thanksgiving and Christmas. This Roasted Cranberry Salsa is a tasty, colorful dip recipe for serving at parties and as a game day appetizer. Roasted fresh cranberries pair perfectly with the traditional elements of salsa - jalapeño, cilantro, onion, and lime. Take it a step further and spread this over a block of cream cheese for a cheesy, creamy, fruity, and spicy game day dip.
Guacamole is the ultimate game day appetizer. In this Roasted Tomatillo Guacamole, I decided to combine two of my favorite things: Guacamole and Salsa Verde. For a richer flavor in the salsa verde recipe, I roast the tomatillos and poblano before preparing the salsa verde.
If you want Perfect Guacamole for your Super Bowl snacks, but you don't want to get complicated, this 5 Minute Basic Guacamole is a great option! This game day guacamole recipe features the delicious flavors of red onion, jalapeño, garlic, cilantro, and fresh lime juice paired with ripe, mashed avocados. Its simple and basic, but oh so delicious!
More Super Bowl Recipe Ideas
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