5 Easy Super Bowl Recipes: No Cooking Needed!Elizabeth Stark
Super Bowl Sunday is tomorrow, and we’ve got a round-up of 5 easy, no-cook recipes, including the perennial favorite, guacamole. Whether you’re entertaining a big crowd or just having a family gathering, snacks are vital. These easy dips, spreads, and salsas can be made in a jiffy–and there’s no need to cook! So you’ll have more time to enjoy the game, make chili, or work on your special Roethlisberger dart board.
To start, here’s an easy, versatile guacamole recipe. We’ve made ours with ingredients that are easy to track down in the winter, but feel free to sub in your favorite additions such as sour cream, cilantro, tomatoes, or a little bit of salsa.
Next, we have a unique grape salsa. The grapes, tomatoes, and lime make for a surprising, and delicious combination. This dip is also a great kid-friendly option. I like to serve it on top of bread with melted cheese.
This tasty artichoke dip is a snap to make, and it’s super satisfying with tangy and salty notes.
Caramelized onion dip requires a bit of cooking, but you can sub in all fresh diced onions if you’re short on time. After tasting this bold, delicious, real onion flavor, you’ll never go back to the packets again.
Finally, this yummy olive and fig tapenade has a great combination of salty and sweet flavors. Served with toasted pita triangles, your guests will love it.