Sensational Super Bowl Party Food

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While the NFL’s top teams face off on the gridiron, make sure you’re serving touchdown-worthy eats. These recipes are perfect for your Super Bowl party menu.

Want more ideas? Check out our Super Bowl recipes hub.

Onion Rings

Delicately battered onion rings can be made at home without fuss; seltzer is the secret ingredient. A spider — a wide and shallow wire skimmer — is the best tool for removing onion rings and fried parsley from the hot oil; if you don’t have one, use a big slotted spoon.

Recipe: Onion Rings – Photo Credit: Courtesy of Martha Stewart

Pigs in a Blanket

Caramelized onions and hot dogs are finger-food ready when wrapped in rich butter pastry.

Recipe: Pigs in a Blanket

Potato Chips with Malt Vinegar

A sort-of potato chip-French fry hybrid, these oven-baked beauties harness the best of both worlds — crispy outside and all tender bite inside.

Recipe: Potato Chips with Malt Vinegar – Photo Credit: Courtesy of Martha Stewart

Veggie Nachos

Serve nachos straight from the oven so the corn chips remain crunchy and the cheese is nice and oozy.

Recipe: Veggie Nachos – Photo Credit: Louise Lister

Potato Skins

Celebrate the end of football season with our fully loaded skins. They weigh in at just 120 calories per serving versus the classic’s 350, and have one-fifth the saturated fat. Our secret: lighter ingredients (reduced-fat sour cream, Pecorino cheese) that packs a lot of flavor. Touchdown!

Recipe: Potato Skins – Photo Credit: Kate Sears

Spicy-Sweet Pretzel Mix

One handful is never enough of this crunchy bar snack, which goes great with beer or soda.
Recipe: Spicy-Sweet Pretzel Mix – Photo Credit: Courtesy of Martha Stewart

Chile-Lime Cashews

It’s a bright idea to add citrus to classic party nuts.

Recipe: Chile-Lime Cashews

Boneless Buffalo Wings and Spicy Blue Cheese Dip

Sink your teeth into these spicy chicken breast tenders instead of the traditional, skin-on buffalo wings. We’ve dramatically cut the saturated fat and sodium in this party favorite. Our lower-fat spicy blue cheese dip has a generous amount of cayenne pepper for fans of hot wings — omit the cayenne if you’re serving this to a less spicy crowd.

Recipes: Boneless Buffalo Wings and Spicy Blue Cheese Dip

Chicago Deep-Dish-Style Veggie Pizza Recipe

This make-at-home Chicago deep-dish pizza is as flavorful and fast as delivery — at a fraction of the cost.

Recipe: Chicago Deep-Dish-Style Veggie Pizza Recipe – Photo Credit: Kate Mathis

Meatball Parmigiana Sliders

Meatballs coated in marinara sauce, smothered with cheese, and sandwiched in brioche rolls are a party-perfect nibble. For tender meatballs, combine the ingredients gently and don’t pack the meat too tightly.

Recipe: Meatball Parmigiana Sliders – Photo Credit: Courtesy of Martha Stewart Living

Cheesesteaks with Peppers and Onions

Roast the beef for these cheesesteaks in advance, then assemble with caramelized onions, peppers, and melted provolone just before your guests arrive.

Recipe: Cheesesteaks with Peppers and Onions

Kick-Butt Chili

Crush one or two tortilla chips over this chili for a little crunch and wash it down with an ice-cold beer.

Recipe: Kick-Butt Chili

Barbecue Pork Sandwiches with Cabbage Slaw

Hungry guests will fill up on these easier-than-ever barbecue pork sandwiches, a twist on the classic Southern pulled pork sandwich. The secret to this flavorful pork tenderloin lies in basting the meat with a 5-minute bbq sauce.

Recipe: Barbecue Pork Sandwiches with Cabbage Slaw – Photo Credit: Courtesy of Martha Stewart

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