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Super Bowl Recipes: 10 Easy Party Foods Everyone Will Cheer About

Pull out your pencils folks. It’s time to jot down that Super Bowl party shopping list.  We’ve got 10 of the most incredibly easy eats you’ll find this side of the game.  Whether you’re looking for an easy, mouthwateringly delicious appetizer that will kick off game day in style or a hearty meal to keep your cheer squad ready to scream for your team at a moment’s notice, you’ll find 10 to-die-for recipes, all of which are crazy simple to make and certified delicious by picky men and calorie-watching women everywhere.  No matter who your Super Bowl party guests are rooting for, one thing’s for certain — they’ll be cheering for you when you serve up some of our no-fail Super Bowl recipes.

NUMBER 1. Spicy Winter Salsa, perfect for Superbowl Snacking.

NUMBER 2. Taco Baked Potato Chips with Creamy Avocado Dip are a surefire hit at any Superbowl party.

NUMBER 3. Oven-baked Garlic Parmesan Fries are so easy and gosh-darned good.

NUMBER 4. Ultimate Chocolate & Peanut Butter Lovers Bars are so decadant, you might just forget you’re supposed to be watching the game.

NUMBER 5. Enchilada Pie, the easiest, heartiest, most satisfying meal ever.

NUMBER 6. Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs are the ultimate football lovers food.  Quick, easy, and full of flavor.

NUMBER 7. This Ultimate Firehouse Chili is thick, hearty, and totally satisfying, the perfect way to feed a room full of Superbowl party guests.

NUMBER 8. Mac & Cheese Cupcakes offer a bite-sized taste of the good stuff in appetizer form.

NUMBER 9. Waffle Tacos aren’t just good, they’re freakishly delicious and super easy to make.

NUMBER 10. Don’ wait for the little girls in green come selling boxes to satisfy your cravings.  These No-Bake Samoa Bars are just like Girl Scout Carmel deLite cookies, but you can make them in minutes.

For even more Super Bowl recipes, check out Touchdown! 20 Super Bowl recipes that’ll score big

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