Super Bowl Roundup

by Rose Pecci

Even if you’re not a football fan or you’re not rooting for either team that’s playing in the Super Bowl this year, this Sunday is a day to chill out and enjoy some good eats. The Super Bowl is a day to stuff your face. Who am I kidding? There doesn’t need to be a designated day for that! This Super Bowl Roundup includes some of my favorite recipes to make on game day!


Game day eats are undoubtedly the best. Remember to pace yourself, start off slow with some appetizers like these ones!

Pork Belly Burnt Ends

These Pork Belly Burnt Ends are the absolute best topping for your Super Bowl nachos!

The grocery list.

Baked Brie w/ Beer, Onion & Fig Jam

Enjoy this Baked Brie w/ Beer, Onion & Fig Jam on top of crackers or bread, or just eat it straight up with a fork!

The grocery list.

  • Sweet onion
  • Olive oil
  • Salted butter
  • Fig jam
  • Balsamic vinegar
  • Stump Jump Athletic Brew
  • 8 ounce wheel brie cheese
  • Crescent roll dough
  • Egg

Grilled Sweet Potato Fries w/ Goat Cheese & Hot Honey

Great to eat as an appetizer or with your main meal, these Grilled Sweet Potato Fries w/ Goat Cheese & Hot Honey are so tasty!

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Cheesy Elote Dip with Roasted Corn

Every game day party needs a cheesy dip like this Cheesy Elote Dip with Roasted Corn. This dish only requires a few ingredients is quick and easy to make.

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Main courses

As much as I could eat exclusively apps, you need a Super Bowl main course. It’s like the Beyoncé halftime show of your meal.

Teriyaki Chicken Burgers

These Teriyaki Chicken Burgers are super flavorful and hit the spot!

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Stump Jump Sloppy Joes

Every good sports’ celebration has a super messy food item like these Stump Jump Sloppy Joes.

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Italian Sausage & Garlic Bread Subs

Nothing beats a good sub, and these Italian Sausage & Garlic Bread Subs are dayyyummm good!

The grocery list.

  • Sweet Italian sausage links
  • Spicy italian sausage links
  • Yellow onion
  • Red bell pepper
  • Olive oil 
  • Salt 
  • Italian subs
  • Salted butter
  • Fresh grated garlic
  • Fresh parsley
  • Sliced provolone cheese
  • Fresh basil

Free Wave Chili Dogs

You’ll notice that a lot of the recipes featured in this Super Bowl Roundup use Athletic Brew non-alcoholic beer. Not only is it delicious and great for maintaining healthy habits and still being able to enjoy a craft beer while watching the Super Bowl, but it’s an amazing ingredient in recipes like these Free Wave Chili Dogs.

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And here comes the finale, the game-winning touchdown of your Super Bowl Sunday meal: dessert! By this point, you may be too full to eat even one more bite, but you’ll be tempted by these delectable sweets.

“Little Green Men” Beer Brownies

Little Green Men Beer Brownies cut up and next to a can of All Out Stout Athletic Brew Beer.

I know these “Little Green Men” Beer Brownies are Halloween themed, but what’s stopping you from enjoying them in February, too? Just use regular peanut butter cups and they’ll be peanut butter cup brownies! Not as spooky, but still delicious!

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Monster Mash Muddy Buddies

Another Halloween recipe, I know! But hear me out, after a full day of eating, these Monster Mash Muddy Buddies are a perfect light treat to snack on and will satisfy your sweet tooth.

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Lastly, if you make this Super Bowl Recipe Roundup, be sure to leave a comment! Above all, I love to hear from ya’ll and do my best to respond to every comment. And of course, if you do make this recipe, don’t forget to snap a pic and tag me on Instagram! Looking through the photos of your dayyyummm good recreations is my favorite!

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