No Super Bowl party is complete without awesome and tasty food. But deciding which food you’re family and friends will love can be more than just guesswork. In fact, you can choose your menu based on Google Trends Top 10 most popular super bowl party foods!
And we’ve got the list.
Over the last 30 days, these foods have been rising in popularity:
#10 Potato Skins
Perhaps the potato skin is in need of a reinvention. Though many people love the classic combination of Cheddar cheese, bacon, sour cream, and chives melted onto a crisp russet potato skin, many of those favorite toppings appear in other favorite Super Bowl dishes.
Guy Fieri’s Elevated Potato Skins
“No Super Bowl party would be complete without potato skins. Add some classiness to this classic football food this year with cremini mushrooms, Brie cheese, fresh thyme, and prosciutto. Your guests will be beyond impressed with the quality of these ingredients.”
#9 Jalapeño Poppers
Oven Baked Bacon-Wrapped Jalapeño Poppers
Serve this quick-prep appetizer at your next festive gathering, and watch guests go wild for the irresistible combination of spicy peppers, crispy bacon and velvety cream cheese.
#8 Pigs in a Blanket
This kid-friendly dish, composed of a hot dog rolled into crescent dough, is perhaps the easiest dish on this list to make. You roll up the hot dog, pop it into the oven, and dip it into mustard.
Mini Crescent Dogs
Mini sausages are all wrapped up in flaky crescents in an all-time favorite appetizer.
#7 Deviled Eggs
The simplest form is easy to make: All you need are eggs, mustard, mayonnaise, and a little seasoning or garnish to finish the job. There are also plenty of ways to customize this dish to fit your cravings. At half an egg, these are the perfect size to pop right into your mouth.
Football Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs are a party favorite, and our twist on the presentation makes them worthy of the championship game table. This way, you can still be a winner, whether your team is moving on or not.
#6 Pulled Pork Sandwiches
Barbecue is the perfect American food, and the pulled pork sandwich exemplifies that. This melt-in-your-mouth dish is easy to make at home, be it in your slow cooker or braised in the oven, and it’s also easy to flavor up however you desire.
Slow Cooker Barbecued Pulled Pork
“Serve the pulled pork with coleslaw and pickles, or mound it on hamburger buns and top with coleslaw and thinly sliced onion and dill pickles.”
The growing popularity of the avocado has given this Mexican dish a place in the spotlight. It’s creamy, it’s refreshing, it’s filled with flavor, and because the avocado has such a subtle flavor, there are endless ways to make this dip all your own.
A Perfect Guacamole
“All you really need to make guacamole is ripe avocados and salt. After that, a little lime or lemon juice—a splash of acidity to balance the richness of the avocado. Then comes chopped cilantro, chiles, onion, and tomato, if you want.”
You know how you can improve on guacamole? Throw it on a chip alongside pico de gallo, melted cheese, beans, shredded meat, olives, and onion. Yes, the nacho has everything you want on it and more. Plus, it’s easy make in massive amounts and shovel into your mouth, making it the perfect party food.
Pioneer Woman Loaded Nachos
“We really do love nachos in our house. And while my husband and kids prefer a more pared-down, simple approach, I like to load mine with everything I can get my hands on.”
#3 Chicken Wings
Would any Super Bowl party be complete without chicken wings? This super portable, bite-sized morsel of deliciousness is everything: juicy, crunchy, and filled with infinite possibilities. Want a traditional Buffalo wing? You can have it! Want something garlicky and cheesy? Bam! You got it! Want a wing that’s sweet and savory? You know it’s yours! Here’s to the chicken wing, may you soar always to new heights.
How to Make Authentic Buffalo Wings
“We’ve got the inside scoop on making amazing Buffalo wings.”
or try these…
Easy Party Foods: Sweet and Sour Chicken Wings
Sweet and Sour Chicken Wings — incredibly easy, delicious, tangy and sweet, with just a bit of heat. A perfect Super Bowl Food!
Chalk it up to the Super Bowl falling right in the middle of winter, but this classic comfort food was the second-most searched for dish over the last month. It may seem like a bit of a surprise, but the elements in chili are what help make this dish such a favorite. You can concoct your own recipe with ease (and it’s hard to mess up), it can be vegetarian or filled with chunks of your favorite protein, and it’ll stick to your bones.
Slow Cooker Beef and Bean Chili
“This classic red chili has chunks of stew meat and ground beef along with tomatoes, red beans, and spices. Fire-roasted tomatoes add a note of smokiness to the mix. If you can’t find fire-roasted, use plain tomatoes and add a pinch of smoked paprika.”
or one of ours…
Of course, pizza is the most popular Super Bowl party food. What else could hold the top spot? Though Italian in origin, pizza has turned into an all-American classic. Super Bowl Sunday is the busiest pizza takeout day of the year, and this dish is also easy to make at home with a few shortcuts such as using pre-made dough and shredded mozzarella cheese. No party is complete without pizza, especially Super Bowl Sunday.
Easy to Make at Home Pizzas
“Test drive some of these pizzas… easy, filled with seasonal goodness, and certainly delicious!”