It’s Super Bowl week, and as I promised in last week’s post, I’m back with MORE amazing game day foods to serve your family and friends.   Most of us don’t really care who wins.  We just want to have fun, catch the best commercials, and enjoy good food and drink!

So let’s start with some hearty appetizers:

Chipotle Chicken Cups

Aren’t these Chipotle Chicken Cups from Gimme Some Oven yummy looking?


Sweet Chile Hot Wings

And no party would be complete without wings, so try these Sweet Chile Hot Wings from Rachel Ray.


Cheesy Pepperoni Crescent Sticks

These are tasty twist on pizza.  Cheesy Pepperoni Crescent Sticks from Pillsbury


Taco French Bread Pizza

If you have Mexican food lovers in your groups, give the Taco French Bread Pizza from Life in the Lofthouse a try.


Chili Cheese Snackers

There is something to be said for really quick and easy snacks, and these Chili Cheese Snackers from Kraft are perfect.  I can’t pass up anything on a Ritz cracker!



Beer Cheese Spread

Not all beer needs to be for drinking, so how about some Beer Cheese Spread from Southern Living?


Ready for some easy dip recipes?

Kick-off Popper Dip

Have this one ready for the start of game: Kick-off Popper Dip from Kraft.


Nive Layer Cheeseburger Dip

No need to break out the grill for burgers, when you have this Nine Layer Cheeseburger Dip from Food Network on hand!


Bacon Corn Dip

Did someone say bacon?  Bacon Corn Dip from Damn Delicious


No party would be complete without something cold to drink:

Super Bowl Beer Punch

Let’s start with Super Bowl Beer Punch from She Knows.


The Angry Badger

And as a good Wisconsin girl, I can’t pass up the The Angry Badger Spiked Cider from Delish.



Bloody Mary fans will like this twist in the Michelada from Cookmore.


And last, but not least, how about a few fun game day desserts?

Smores Dip

This almost looks too pretty to eat!  Smores Dip from Buzzfeed


Cookie Dough Footballs

And the perfect dessert for football fans is the Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Footballs from Life Love and Sugar.


While planning your party, you should also check out last week’s post, if you missed it: Part 1 of Hosting A Super Bowl Party.   For even more great game day recipes and party ideas, check my board out on Pinterest:  Game Day Food and Fun.  Please share the post and Pinterest board links with others who might appreciate some new ideas for their party!

Now that the menu is set, who will you be cheering for on Sunday?  I always root for the underdog, and I’d also like to see Peyton Manning close out his career on top, so I’ll be cheering for the Denver Broncos.  How about you?

Enjoy the game!