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21 Creative Recipes for Your Super Bowl Party

No matter how the big game goes, everyone will remember these tasty Super Bowl party appetizers and desserts. Get the recipes here.

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Football Fest Empanadas

Kick off the festivities on Super Sunday with these football-shaped pastries stuffed with Southwest chicken, black beans, and corn, then baked to golden-brown perfection.

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Football Brownies

Using a prepared brownie mix will allow for more time to decorate these festive treats before the big game.

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Creamy Buffalo Chicken Dip

Cream cheese, ranch dressing, and chicken chunks give a zingy buffalo-chicken-wing flavor to this hot dip.

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Jalapeño Poppers with Cilantro-Lime Dip

Stuff spicy jalapeño peppers with a cream cheese filling, coat with a crispy panko crust, and serve alongside a cool and tangy dip. Get the recipe from Taste of Home

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Layered Salad Reuben Style

This fun twist on the traditional seven-layer salad alternates lettuce and tomato with Reuben sandwich fixings.

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Taco Meatball Ring

It looks complicated, sure, but this impressive meatball-filled ring is really a snap to assemble.

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Pepper Steak Quesadillas Recipe

This hearty recipe is also deceptively healthy (only 252 calories per serving!).

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Creamy Lime Potato Salad

There’s no such thing as an everyday potato salad at a Super Bowl party—so this one has extra zing from seasonal citrus!

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Sweet ‘n’ Tangy Chicken Wings

This slow-cooker recipe is perfect for parties: Put the wings in before the game, and you’ll have a tasty dish for your guests to nibble on come kick-off.

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Truffle Football Cupcakes

Peanut butter and chocolate in a shape perfect for pigskin fans.

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Hawaiian Beef Sliders

The key to big flavor in these burger bites is the toppings: sweet crushed pineapple, smoky bacon, and a special tangy sauce.

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Cheese Trio Artichoke and Spinach Dip

Take a time out to enjoy this dip, which uses three types of cheese and four different veggies.

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Beer and Pretzel Caramels

Beer and pretzels are a natural fit with football—and we bet you never guessed you can use them both in a dessert!

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Creamy Black Bean Salsa

Add sour cream to homemade salsa for a rich and creamy version of this classic. Helpful hint: double the batch to make sure you have enough on hand!

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Touchdown Brat Sliders

Bratwurst, bacon, and splash of dark beer make a perfect patty for these mini burgers.

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Chocolate Guinness Cake

One bite and everyone will want to toast to this moist, chocolaty cake. The cream cheese frosting resembles the foamy head on a pint.

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Saucy Asian Meatballs

You won’t feel guilty snacking on some of these turkey meatballs smothered in a fresh, healthy, and slightly spicy sauce.

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Get all of the goodness of a BLT sandwich in this easy-to-assemble dip.

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Tex-Mex Popcorn

Season popcorn with few spices, like cumin and chili powder, and you’ll have fans and friends cheering for more.

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Muffuletta Subs

Heading to a party at a friend’s? You can make these sandwiches ahead of time and keep them warm in an insulated carrier during transportation.

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Football Cake

Whether your team wins or loses, this cake will keep fans in good spirits until the clock runs out.

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Originally Published in Taste of Home