No Super Bowl party is complete without wings! These crispy buffalo cauliflower bites will satisfy your appetite and impress your friends. Serve with a little bit of ranch or Caesar dressing to complete the two point conversion. View the recipe.
At most Super Bowl parties, the huge plate of veggies typically goes untouched, but we’re willing to bet those parties didn’t have this creamy red pepper dip. Extra point: You can make this delicious dip in just five minutes. View the recipe.
Eating pizza on Super Bowl Sunday is a necessity, and these pizzettes will make you the MVP host of the season. This recipe offers a lot of room for creativity, so don’t be afraid to get adventurous with the toppings. View the recipe.
We’re putting the “bowl” in Super Bowl with this one. This smoky sweet potato chili is a crowd-pleaser, and it’s also perfect for parties because you can pop it in the slow cooker in the morning and forget about it until game time. View the recipe.
This roasted buckwheat salad makes for a surprisingly hearty side dish, and you can make it in advance! If you don’t have buckwheat, you can use rice or quinoa instead. View the recipe.
We’ve got the savory and the spicy, but where is the sweet? Right here. You might want to double the recipe for these cherry chocolate chip bliss balls, because they go fast. View the recipe.