A Super Bowl Recipe Roundup
We asked some of our favorite foodies to share their go-to dishes for game day!
Let’s be honest, the majority of us here at Studio McGee (but we do have a few football fans wandering around the office!) show up to the Super Bowl for one reason and one reason only, the food. While some are glued to the television, we’re happily making circles through the kitchen. Sometimes it’s best to just accept your role, and in that vein, we asked a handful of our favorite food bloggers across the web to share a few of their most crowd-pleasing game day recipes here with you. Whether football is the star of your Super Bowl gathering, or a plate of snacks, these recipes are sure to become new favorites are sure to become your top draft picks (see what we did there?).
Kathleen Ashmore @kat_can_cook
"You probably don’t need another chili recipe, unless it’s this one. The secret ingredient is unsweetened cocoa powder, which provides a subtle richness that satisfies even the heartiest appetites. It’s even better made the day before when the flavors have a chance to meld, making it a perfect game-day dish."
Eden Grinshpan @edeneats
"If you know me, you know that I live in my kitchen, and I cook A LOT. I am in constant need of kitchen towels, as you can probably imagine. I love earthy, natural toned towels to match my aesthetic, but more importantly everything has to be machine washable. With 2 kids running around, it’s safe to say things get pretty messy, so having towels like these that are gorgeous but also get the job done? Yes please."
Half-baked Harvest @halfbakedharvest
“Citrus Avocado Salad with Orange Tahini Vinaigrette, my go-to wintry salad that’s fresh, easy, and delicious. Hearty winter greens, baby arugula, fresh oranges, and plenty of salty feta cheese. All tossed together with a creamy orange tahini vinaigrette for a salad that’s simple to put together and healthy too. Enjoy this for lunch, a light dinner, or as an addition to your next dinner party menu. You’ll never tire of this beautiful winter salad.”
Marion’s Kitchen @marionskitchen
“Double the fry, double the crunch... this is the fried chicken I’m obsessed with cooking right now. Salty, spicy, and with serious crunch, it’s a winning recipe combo.”
Platings and Pairings @platingsandpairings
“This recipe is like a mash-up of buffalo wings, nachos, and tater tots in the best way possible! Crispy smashed potatoes are topped with vinegary, spicy buffalo sauce, and creamy blue cheese dressing.”
Female Foodie @femalefoodie
“This spinach artichoke dip is our new and improved version of the respected dip we all know and love, but with a touch of lemon to cut through some of that richness, and a good handful of toasted panko to add a touch of texture. We promise you’ll never look back.”
Wyse Guide @wyseguide
"Nachos really are a chameleon recipe as they can take on any number of characteristics we desire. In this recipe, an update on the classic, these sheet pan nachos can feed a crowd quickly. At the same time, the flavor and heartiness are turned way up with slow-cooked pulled pork."
Turkuaz Kitchen @turkuazkitchen
"I wanted to share this burger recipe that can be presented in two different ways: with or without fried egg. A delicious option for your weekend table as the countdown continues for the Super Bowl!"
Murielle Banackissa @muriellebanackissa
“Light, crispy, spicy and tasty, these panko crusted baked buffalo cauliflower bites are made with under 10 ingredients and make for a wonderful side dish or a snack to enjoy while cheering on your favorite team.”