5 Easy Ways to Feed a Crowd for Super Bowl Sunday — with Your Slow Cooker!aggieskitchen
Are you entertaining for Super Bowl Sunday? If you’re like me, Super Bowl Sunday is more about the food than it is about the sport … right? (Okay, so that might not be true for everyone, but the food is a very close second!!)
If you’ve got a crowd to feed for the game, don’t fret, pull out your slow cooker and start planning your menu. Any of these 5 slow cooker recipes would be perfect to serve your guests this weekend, and the best part is with a little prep work, you are free to join in on the festivities while the slow cooker does the bulk of the work for you!
Pulled pork sandwiches, bbq chicken, philly cheesesteaks, wings and chili … it all just screams football food, doesn’t it?
Pulled Chicken Barbecue Sandwiches 1 of 5Moist, tender and saucy barbecue chicken served on buns with coleslaw...what can get better than that? And the slow cooker did all the work! You'll need extra napkins for these sandwiches!
Make pulled chicken barbecue sandwiches
Slow Cooker BBQ Wings 2 of 5Want to serve wings for Super Bowl but don't feel like turning on the oven or grill? This slow cooker wing recipe is the answer for you!
Make Mommy Hates Cooking's slow cooker bbq wings
Slow Cooker Philly Cheesesteak Sandwiches 3 of 5Let the slow cooker do the majority of the work while you watch the game with your guests! Serve on slider rolls to make smaller sized portions, since you'll probably have other food to snack on.
Make Mommy Hates Cooking's slow cooker philly cheesesteak sandwiches
Slow Cooker Pulled Pork 4 of 5Always a "fan favorite"! Your guests will love helping themselves to barbecue pulled pork while watching the game. Serve with potato rolls, chips and dip for a nice and easy spread!
Make slow cooker pulled pork
Pumpkin Chipotle Chill 5 of 5Turn your kitchen table into a chili bar by putting out bowls of toppings like shredded cheese, chopped onion, sour cream and tortilla chips to serve alongside bowls of this delicious chili. Prepping your toppings ahead of time and using the slow cooker frees up your time so you can watch the game and eat!
Make pumpkin chipotle chili
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Photo Credit: Angie McGowan, Eclectic Recipes
Plus, check out these Super Bowl appetizers your guests will love!