Let’s get real about Super Bowl grub—chili, nachos, dips and wings are the backbone of a good game day spread. They’ve got everything you need: spice to keep things interesting, heft to keep you going and that casual, dip-and-crunch action that doesn’t distract you from the game. It’s the kind of food that doesn’t pretend to be anything other than deliciously messy and totally satisfying. Perfect for shouting at the TV, high-fiving, or sulking over a fumble, because when the game’s on, the last thing you want to worry about is using a fork and knife.

BBQ pulled pork nachos on a plate.
BBQ Pulled Pork Nachos. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.
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Brisket Chili

Brisket chili in a bowl topede with green onions and avocado.
Brisket Chili. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Transform your leftover brisket into a cozy brisket chili that’s ideal for Super Bowl snacking. It’s packed with beans, peppers, and corn, making each spoonful a hearty dive into flavor. This chili is not just a meal; it’s a warm hug in a bowl, perfect for chilly evenings and thrilling football.
Get the Recipe: Brisket Chili

Creamy Spinach Artichoke Dip

Spinach artichoke dip in a white baking dish.
Creamy Spinach Artichoke Dip. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Nothing says game day like creamy spinach artichoke dip, a classic favorite that’s always a hit. Warm, inviting, and perfect for dipping, this dip is the go-to for anyone looking to score big with minimal effort. It’s a surefire win for your Super Bowl spread, offering a comforting and creamy snack that’s hard to resist.
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Carne Asada Nachos

Carne asada nachos on a sheet pan.
Carne Asada Nachos. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Carne asada nachos bring the sizzle to your Super Bowl party, featuring grilled steak, pico de gallo, and all the fixings. These nachos are a flavor-packed, easy-to-assemble snack that’s bound to be a hit. They’re the perfect way to bring a bit of gourmet grill flavor indoors, ensuring you score major points with your guests.
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Short Rib Chili

A bowl of chili with noodles and sour cream.
Short Rib Chili. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Spicy porter short rib chili brings a deep, rich flavor to your Super Bowl table, offering a comforting bowl of goodness that’s perfect for cold weather and hot games. It’s a standout choice for those who love their chili with a bit of a kick, making leftovers something to look forward to. A mouthwatering blend of flavors, it’s a hearty way to enjoy the game.
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Kabocha Squash Chili

A bowl of kabocha squash chili in a bowl on a blue plate.
Kabocha Squash Chili. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Kabocha squash chili offers a vegetarian option that doesn’t skimp on flavor, with the sweet nuttiness of squash and a hearty vegetable mix. It’s a warm, comforting choice for those looking to bring a bit of variety to their game day table. Slow-cooked to perfection, this chili is a testament to the joys of taking the time to make something special for the big game.
Get the Recipe: Kabocha Squash Chili

Chicken Apple Cheddar Chili

A bowl of chili with apples, beans and sour cream.
Chicken Apple Cheddar Chili. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Chicken apple cheddar chili is the twist your Super Bowl menu needs, blending sweet apples with ample cheddar in a creamy base. This unique take on chili is ideal for those seeking something different yet utterly comforting. It’s a creative way to keep your game day interesting, serving up a dish that’s as unexpected as the game’s outcome.
Get the Recipe: Chicken Apple Cheddar Chili

Buffalo Chicken Triscuit Nachos

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Buffalo Chicken Triscuit Nachos. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Take your game day snacking to the next level with buffalo chicken Triscuit nachos, a healthier take on a football favorite. These nachos combine the classic flavors of buffalo chicken with the crunch of Triscuits, making for a snack that’s both satisfying and a bit more wholesome. They’re the perfect way to enjoy the heat and flavor of buffalo wings, without the mess.
Get the Recipe: Buffalo Chicken Triscuit Nachos

Spring Lamb Nachos

Spring lamb nachos.
Spring Lamb Nachos. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Dive into spring lamb nachos for a lighter, fresher take on your game day feast. With a mix of feta, veggies, and ground lamb, these nachos offer a bright twist that’s sure to stand out. They’re a delightful way to bring a bit of spring into your winter sports celebration, promising a plate that’s as colorful as the game is exciting.
Get the Recipe: Spring Lamb Nachos

Whipped Goat Cheese Dip

Whipped goat cheese dip topped with olive oil in a bowl with cherry tomatoes and a cheese spreader.
Whipped Goat Cheese Dip. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Whipped goat cheese dip, with its creamy texture and a kick of roasted garlic and rosemary, is a simple yet sophisticated addition to your Super Bowl menu. It’s incredibly easy to whip up and pairs perfectly with everything from fresh veggies to your favorite bread. This dip is a sure way to elevate your game day snacking with minimal effort.
Get the Recipe: Whipped Goat Cheese Dip

Marinated Chicken Wings

Crispy oven baked marinated chicken wings on a plate.
Marinated Chicken Wings. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Marinated chicken wings are the ultimate Super Bowl snack, offering a blend of sweet, savory, and sticky flavors that’ll make you forget all about traditional buffalo sauce. These wings are a must-have for any game day spread, promising a finger-licking good time. They’re the kind of snack that keeps everyone coming back for more, ensuring no one misses out on the game time fun.
Get the Recipe: Marinated Chicken Wings

Air Fryer Buffalo Chicken Tenders

Buffalo chicken tenders on a plate with dipping sauce.
Air Fryer Buffalo Chicken Tenders. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Air fryer buffalo chicken tenders offer a crispy, less-greasy alternative to the deep-fried favorite, making them a hit for any Super Bowl party. They’re easy to make and serve, ensuring you don’t miss any of the action. This snack is a healthier option that doesn’t compromise on flavor, making it a crowd-pleaser for guests looking to enjoy the game without the extra calories.
Get the Recipe: Air Fryer Buffalo Chicken Tenders

Butternut Squash Pita Nachos

A skillet filled with cranberry and ham quesadilla.
Butternut Squash Pita Nachos. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Swap out the standard snacks for butternut squash pita nachos, a seasonal spin that’s as unique as your Super Bowl party. Loaded with veggies and sweet squash, these nachos are a fresh take on a game day classic. They’re the perfect way to score big with guests looking for something out of the ordinary yet utterly scrumptious.
Get the Recipe: Butternut Squash Pita Nachos

Turkey Chili Pie

Turkey chili pie in a skillet and serving bowls.
Turkey Chili Pie. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Turkey chili pie is where comfort meets convenience, layering savory turkey chili under a golden cornbread crust. This skillet wonder is a Super Bowl must-have, turning your game day grub into a hearty, mouthwatering feast. It’s a full meal in every bite, easy to serve and even easier to devour as you dive into the game’s action.
Get the Recipe: Turkey Chili Pie

Cheesy Chipotle Fundido Dip

Fundido dip with chips.
Cheesy Chipotle Fundido Dip. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Kick off your Super Bowl festivities with cheesy chipotle fundido dip, a spicy, cheesy delight that’s perfect for chip dipping. This baked wonder is all about that melt, making it a hot favorite for anyone looking to add some heat to their game day menu. It’s easy, it’s cheesy, and it’s got just the right kick to keep the party lively.
Get the Recipe: Cheesy Chipotle Fundido Dip

BBQ Pulled Pork Nachos

BBQ pulled pork nachos on a plate.
BBQ Pulled Pork Nachos. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

BBQ pulled pork nachos are the ultimate game day crowd-pleaser, combining melt-in-your-mouth pork with a cheesy, crunchy base. Top them off with your favorites like fresh cilantro or tangy pickled onions for a custom treat that’s sure to disappear before halftime. Quick to prepare, these nachos are a no-fuss, all-flavor addition to your Super Bowl spread.
Get the Recipe: BBQ Pulled Pork Nachos

Chocolate Lamb Chili

A bowl of lamb chili  garnished with cilantro, jalapeños and green onions with a gold spoon.
Chocolate Lamb Chili. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Chocolate lamb chili is a unique contender in the chili lineup, with a blend of smoky spices and chopped lamb that sets it apart. Reminiscent of Mexican mole, it’s a one-of-a-kind dish that’s sure to intrigue your guests. This chili is a conversation starter, offering a rich, complex flavor that’s perfect for adventurous eaters and football fans alike.
Get the Recipe: Chocolate Lamb Chili

Spicy Hummus Turkey Chili

A skillet full of meat and beans in a pan with a wooden spoon.
Spicy Hummus Turkey Chili. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Get ready to kick up the heat with spicy hummus turkey chili, a perfect game day warmer that’s as easy to make as it is to enjoy. This chili is a game-changer for those who love to lounge in front of the TV during the Super Bowl, offering a creamy, spicy kick that’s sure to please the crowd. Whip this up in just one pot, leaving you more time to cheer on your team.
Get the Recipe: Spicy Hummus Turkey Chili

Brisket Nachos

Mexican nachos in a cast iron skillet.
Brisket Nachos. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Brisket nachos turn your leftover brisket into a game day sensation, loaded with all your favorite toppings for a custom treat. These nachos are effortless to assemble, making them a prime pick for any Super Bowl party. They’re hearty, flavorful, and just the thing to keep your guests fueled and happy as they watch the game.
Get the Recipe: Brisket Nachos

Roasted Garlic White Bean Dip

Roasted garlic white bean dip in a metal dish with pita chips.
Roasted Garlic White Bean Dip. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Roasted garlic white bean dip is a smooth, creamy option for those looking for a lighter game day snack. It’s easy to make and pairs wonderfully with any crunchy veggie or chip. This dip is a stealthy way to include some healthful ingredients in your Super Bowl lineup, without sacrificing flavor or fun.
Get the Recipe: Roasted Garlic White Bean Dip

Buffalo Chicken Broccoli Cheddar Bites

Buffalo chicken broccoli cheddar bites with avocado dipping sauce.
Buffalo Chicken Broccoli Cheddar Bites. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

These bites are the dream team of game day snacks, blending the spicy kick of buffalo chicken with the creamy goodness of cheddar cheese. They’re bite-sized, making them perfect for snacking without missing a play. This snack is a surefire winner for those looking to bring a bit of excitement to their Super Bowl menu, offering a tasty twist on classic flavors.
Get the Recipe: Buffalo Chicken Broccoli Cheddar Bites

Roasted Red Pepper Dip

A bowl of roasted red pepper dip with crackers on a marble table.
Roasted Red Pepper Dip. Photo credit: Running to the Kitchen.

Boost your snack game with roasted red pepper dip, a creamy, smoky blend that’s bound to become a new game day tradition. With its mix of feta, basil, and lemon, this dip is a bright, flavorful companion for chips or veggies. It’s the perfect shareable snack for gathering around the TV and diving into the big game.
Get the Recipe: Roasted Red Pepper Dip

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Gina Matsoukas is an AP syndicated writer. She is the founder, photographer and recipe developer of Running to the Kitchen — a food website focused on providing healthy, wholesome recipes using fresh and seasonal ingredients. Her work has been featured in numerous media outlets both digital and print, including MSN, Huffington post, Buzzfeed, Women’s Health and Food Network.

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