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Simple party dips for every Sunday football party.

There are perks to summer fading into fall: cooler weather, pumpkin everything, and of course, football. While team rivalries can certainly drive a wedge between friends and even family (blood isn’t thicker than football), there are some football season rituals that bring us together — like tailgates.

Whether you are gathering to watch the game at a friend’s house or throwing a parking-lot party outside the stadium, football gatherings require food. Portable and shareable foods are key, which is why dips are an ideal choice for your next football-viewing party.

Dips come in a wide range of forms, from the healthy to the hearty. Pair with chips, crudités, or crackers for a delightful game-day treat.

These five dips will go a long way in helping you celebrate the wins and recover from the losses you will undoubtedly suffer this season. We’ve got something for everyone, from hummus for the vegetarians and health-conscious to spinach dip — a game-day favorite — to taco dip (who even knew that existed?). Try one paired with your favorite ice-cold beer for a perfect football Sunday afternoon.

Robin’s Best Ever Hummus.
Keep canned chickpeas in the pantry for last-minute hummus; all you need is a food processor and some spices. Sprinkle the hummus with paprika for some flavor and presentation.


Tzatziki Sauce.
A Greek cucumber-yogurt dip, tzatziki sauce is also used as a topper for gyros, lamb, and other meat dishes.



Spinach Dip.
Water chestnuts add some crunch to this game-day favorite. Add in chopped canned artichokes for extra flavor.

Shutterstock/Brent Hofacker


Originally published on September 10, 2014. Additional Reporting by Angela Carlos, Cook Editor at The Daily Meal.

Julie Ruggirello is the Recipe Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @TDMRecipeEditor.

60 Best Super Bowl Snacks for Delicious Game Day Eats

There are those who count down to the Super Bowl because of football, and then there are those who can't wait for all that delicious Super Bowl recipes. If you like to have your list of Super Bowl snacks and appetizers ready to go way before game day, then these delicious wings, dips, nachos, and more are for you. "Of course Super Bowl Sunday is primarily about football. But following close behind is the food surrounding the big game," says Ree Drummond. It's a day dedicated to indulging in your favorite comfort food recipes, including loaded quesadillas and juicy sliders.

This year, making delicious bites is even more important. Although you might not be able to watch the game the way you normally do (surrounded by cheering friends and family!), you can still make the day special. Cooking delicious dishes and making mouthwatering dip recipes for your family is a great way to do so. Everyone will enjoy these fun ideas like cheeseburger "totchos," creamy avocado ranch dip, and pizza potato skins. Go ahead and make a handful of these recipes to munch on all day and then follow them up with equally tasty Super Bowl desserts. And don't forgot to come up with specialty Super Bowl drinks to treat any adults in the house to a game day sip. Festive drinks will be the perfect pairing to these delicious Super Bowl appetizers. (And for a snack that's both savory and sweet, try this football-shaped snack board!)

50 Game Day Dips

When it comes to hosting a party, you can never have too much dip.

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1. Fondue Rub a small pot with garlic add 1 cup white wine and simmer. Whisk in 1 tablespoon cornstarch mixed with a splash of cognac, then 1/4 pound each Gruyère and Emmentaler cheese add salt, pepper and nutmeg. Serve hot with apples and bread

2. Tahini Dip Puree 1/2 cup tahini (sesame paste), the juice of 2 lemons, 2 teaspoons ground cumin and 1 minced garlic clove. Drizzle in 1/2 cup hot water puree until smooth.

3. Hummus Make a half batch of Tahini Dip (No. 2) puree with 1 can chickpeas, 3 tablespoons olive oil and 1/2 cup hot water.

4. Red Pepper Hummus Make a half batch of Tahini Dip (No. 2) puree with 1 can chickpeas, 3 tablespoons olive oil, 1/2 cup roasted red peppers and 1/2 cup hot water.

5. Fried-Chickpea Hummus Make Tahini Dip (No. 2) puree with 1/2 can chickpeas. Microwave until warm. Fry the other 1/2 can chickpeas in olive oil season with salt and pepper. Top the hummus with the fried chickpeas, red pepper flakes and chopped parsley.

6. Edamame Hummus Make a half batch of Tahini Dip (No. 2). Puree with a 16-ounce bag of thawed shelled edamame and 1/3 cup olive oil add enough water until smooth.

7. Charred-Tomato Salsa Broil 2 tomatoes until charred, then cool and core. Pulse in a food processor with 1 minced jalapeno, 1 scallion, 1 garlic clove and 1 tablespoon fresh mint. Season with salt.

8. Deviled Dip Puree 8 hard-boiled eggs with 1/4 cup mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon mustard, 1 chopped pickle, a dash of hot sauce, and paprika, salt and pepper to taste. Garnish with chives.

9. Pimiento-Cheese Dip Mix 1/2 pound each grated cheddar and pepper jack, 1/4 cup each mayonnaise and sour cream and 2 tablespoons diced pimientos. Season with hot sauce and onion and garlic powders.

10. Eggplant Caviar Roast 1 eggplant at 400 degrees F until tender, 45 minutes, then peel and chop. Mix with 2 tablespoons each olive oil and parsley, the juice of 1 lemon, 1 chopped garlic clove, and salt and pepper.

11. Caponata Make Eggplant Caviar (No. 10). Sauté 1/2 cup each chopped celery, red bell pepper, tomato and red onion in olive oil, then stir in 2 tablespoons sherry vinegar and 2 teaspoons sugar mix with the Eggplant Caviar. Stir in 2 teaspoons capers.

12. Olive Tapenade Pulse 1 cup black olives, 3 anchovies, 2 tablespoons each olive oil and capers, 1 tablespoon each lemon juice and parsley, 1 teaspoon fresh thyme and 1 garlic clove in a food processor.

13. Tomato Tapenade Make Olive Tapenade (No. 12) with 2 cups oil-packed sun-dried tomatoes instead of olives. Use white wine vinegar in place of the lemon juice and basil instead of thyme. Thin with water.

14. Clam Dip Puree 2 cans clams with 8 ounces cream cheese, a handful of parsley, 1/2 cup each cottage cheese and mayonnaise, 1/2 chopped onion, 2 tablespoons clam juice and 1/2 teaspoon celery salt. Add the zest and juice of 1 lemon, and salt and pepper.

15. Romesco Dip Puree 1/2 cup toasted almonds, 2 roasted red peppers, 2 chopped seeded tomatoes, 1 garlic clove, 1 slice toast and 1 teaspoon smoked paprika. Add 2 tablespoons sherry vinegar and 1/4 cup olive oil puree.

16. Refried-Bean Dip Sauté 1/2 chopped onion, 2 chopped garlic cloves and 2 teaspoons ground cumin in olive oil. Add 2 cans pinto beans and salt mash, adding chicken broth until creamy.

17. Tzatziki Mix 1 grated peeled cucumber, 2 cups Greek yogurt, 1 small minced garlic clove and 1 tablespoon each chopped mint, dill and white wine vinegar.

18. Spicy Raita Make Tzatziki (No. 17) without dill and vinegar. Add 1 diced jalapeno, 1 diced tomato, 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin and 1 tablespoon chopped cilantro.


Chunky dip in a yellow dish on a plate alongside plain potato chips

©prop stylist: Marina Malchin

prop stylist: Marina Malchin

19. Baked Ricotta Mix 1 cup ricotta, 1 teaspoon each chopped sage and lemon zest, and salt and pepper. Bake in an oiled ramekin at 300 degrees F, 20 minutes.

20. Herb Mayonnaise Blanch 2 cups mixed fresh herbs in boiling water, 30 seconds. Puree with 1/4 cup mayonnaise, 1 tablespoon sour cream, 2 tablespoons mango chutney and 1/2 teaspoon salt. Add a splash of lime juice.

21. Salsa Verde Puree 1 cup each parsley and basil, 3 chopped scallions, 2 tablespoons capers, 1 tablespoon red wine vinegar, 2 anchovies, 2 garlic cloves and 1/3 cup olive oil. Season with salt thin with water as needed.

22. Slow-Cooker Spinach Dip Mix 1 cup grated smoked mozzarella, 1/2 cup grated Parmesan, 8 ounces cream cheese, 1 minced garlic clove, 1 box thawed frozen spinach, 1 jar artichoke hearts, and salt and pepper in a slow cooker. Cover and cook on high, 2 hours.

23. Pepper-Rosemary Dip Saute 1 minced garlic clove in 1/4 cup olive oil. Puree 1/2 cup jarred piquillo peppers, 1 teaspoon chopped rosemary, 11 ounces goat cheese, half of the garlic oil, and salt and pepper top with more garlic oil.

24. Peanut Dip Scoop the cream from a can of coconut milk. Mix with 1 cup coconut milk, 1/3 cup peanut butter, 2 tablespoons red curry paste, 2 tablespoons brown sugar and 1 tablespoon each soy sauce and lemon juice.

25. Hot Crab Dip Mix 8 ounces each crabmeat and cream cheese, 1/4 cup heavy cream, 1/2 cup each Parmesan and muenster, a splash of lemon juice, 1 minced garlic clove and a pinch of pepper in a baking dish. Add 1/2 cup mixed basil, parsley and chives. Bake at 375 degrees F, 30 minutes.

26. Green Chutney Puree 1 inch ginger, 3 chopped scallions, 1 cup each mint and cilantro, 1/2 cup plain yogurt, 1 chopped jalapeno and a splash of lime juice. Add salt thin with water. Serve with naan.

27. Green-Goddess Dip Puree 4 anchovies, 1 garlic clove and 2 tablespoons each chopped basil, chives, tarragon, parsley and dill. Mix with 1 cup each sour cream and mayonnaise. Add salt, pepper and lemon juice to taste.

28. Spinach-Walnut Dip Puree 2 cups spinach and 1 garlic clove. Mix with 3/4 cup Greek yogurt, 1/4 cup finely chopped walnuts, 1 teaspoon each chopped tarragon, dill and cilantro, 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes and a pinch of salt.

29. Onion Dip Saute 1 each chopped yellow and red onion in olive oil over low heat until caramelized, 30 minutes cool. Mix with 1 1/2 cups sour cream, 3/4 cup mayonnaise and chopped chives and scallions. Add Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper.

30. Blue Cheese Dip Puree 1 1/2 cups sour cream, 3/4 cup mayonnaise and 1/2 pound blue cheese. Add chopped chives, a dash of Worcestershire sauce, and celery salt and pepper to taste.

31. Wasabi Dip Combine 2 tablespoons wasabi powder and 2 tablespoons water, then set aside 20 minutes. Mash with 8 ounces each cream cheese and ricotta and 3 tablespoons each mirin (rice wine) and rice vinegar.

32. Roasted Garlic-Bacon Dip Cut the tops off 2 heads garlic, drizzle with olive oil, wrap in foil and bake at 400 degrees F until tender, 45 minutes. Make Onion Dip (No. 29) using the roasted garlic pulp in place of the sautéed onions. Add 6 slices chopped crisp bacon.

33. Tomato Chutney Toast 1 teaspoon each coriander, fennel and cumin seeds in vegetable oil. Add 2 pounds chopped tomatoes, 2 tablespoons each tomato paste and grated ginger, and a pinch each of curry powder, cayenne, sugar and salt. Saute until thick. Serve with flatbread.

34. Horseradish Dip Mix 1 pound grated cheddar, 1 grated apple and 1/4 cup each mayonnaise, sour cream, horseradish and beer. Add 1 teaspoon each Dijon mustard and Worcestershire sauce. Season with onion and garlic powders.

35. Bagna Cauda Melt 1 stick butter with 1/2 cup olive oil. Add 5 chopped garlic cloves and 8 chopped anchovies mash. Serve warm with crudites.

36. Aioli Whisk 2 or 3 minced garlic cloves with 2 egg yolks. Gradually whisk in 1 1/2 cups olive oil. Add lemon juice, salt and pepper to taste thin with water as needed. Serve with crudites.

2. Pesto

Pesto is a sauce made of basil leaves, pine nuts, garlic, Parmesan cheese, and olive oil. A food processor is an excellent tool for emulsifying these fresh ingredients together to create a sauce for dipping or tossing in with salads, pastas, or rice dishes. Sally's Baking Addiction features a simple, easy-to-follow recipe for a delightful basil pesto.

Queso Fundido

Mitch Mandel and Thomas MacDonald

Oh, queso. It's warm and flavorful and tastes great with chips. This recipe is loaded up with healthy vegetables such as tomatoes, mushrooms, onions, and chiles. Nothing brings people together quite like cheese. So be sure to send this one to your friends so you all can eat it together on your next Zoom hang.

Get our recipe for Queso Fundido.

More Delicious Dip Recipes:

Warm Goat Cheese and Sun-Dried Tomato Dip:
If you&rsquore looking for a quick, easy, and flavorful dip recipe, this Warm Coat Cheese Dip is a guaranteed winner. Topped with sun-dried tomatoes and fresh basil, it&rsquos a delicious combination that&rsquos sure to satisfy your guests.

Really Good Chip Dip:
This Really Good Chip Dip is a delicious and fresh alternative to store-bought dip. In under 10 minutes, you can stir up a flavorful dip that pairs perfectly with chips but also veggies!

Really Good Jalapeño Dip
This Really Good Jalapeño Dip comes together with just a few ingredients. It&rsquos simple to make and packed with flavor. By adding more or less pith and seeds form the jalapeños, you determine the heat. No matter how you make it, you and your guests will love it!

Everything Bagel Cheese Ball:
Okay, so this technically isn&rsquot a dip, but you can dip a cracker into it, so let&rsquos go with it. Dip or not, this Everything Bagel Cheese Ball is one of my personal favorites! While this one is shaped into a pumpkin (it was fall when I made it), a ball would work just as nicely and taste just as amazing!

And if you like cheese balls, I have an entire collection of recipes for you! In fact, I&rsquove created a cheese ball for every season. You can find that post HERE.

Jalapeño Corn Dip:
I&rsquove always loved the combination of jalapeños and corn. That probably explains why I had to include this Jalapeño Corn Dip on this list of delicious and easy corn dip recipes! Served warm, you guests won&rsquot be able to stay away from this spicy and cheesy goodness!

BLT Dip Recipe:
This layered BLT Dip is sure to be a hit at your next gathering. Layered with bacon, lettuce, tomato, and cheese, this appetizer recipe brings together the classic flavors everyone loves.

Beer Cheese Dip with Bacon:
Made in a slow cooker, this Beer Cheese Dip with Bacon is rich with flavor and likely to become your new favorite appetizer recipe. I like to serve it with these little pretzel bites. The combination is delicious!

#5. Homemade Velveeta

Finally, if you just have to have your Velveeta, there are a few recipes to make your own. This one has simple ingredients and can be made in the microwave or a slow cooker. Recipe on MOMables.

America's Test Kitchen has another version, but you have to be logged in to view it. It's free, but if you don't feel like making an account, you can find an adapted recipe on BlogHer.

Got a favorite cheese dip recipe for Super Bowl Sunday? Share it with us in the comments.

10 Crowd-Pleasing Super Bowl Dips That Require Minimal Effort

Because the food spread is just as important as the game.

Super Bowl weekend is upon us and well, that means one thing to me: entertaining. I’m not a huge football fan (in fact, I have absolutely no idea who’s playing, please don’t @ me) but it’s one time of the year that my friends and I absolutely gather to eat and drink. It&aposs like the holidays but better, as there’s no pressure.

2020’s agenda? My friend John May is mastering the craft of a 6-foot long meatball sub, while I’ll be piecing together a giant cheese board that looks like a football stadium—with a ton of accompanying dips, as it’s not really a Super Bowl party without multiple dips to choose from. And recently on Instagram, Marissa Mullen of That Cheese Plate, coined 2020 the year of the dips, so I’m here for it all. “I coined 2020 the year of the dip mainly because you really can&apost go wrong with the endless opportunities of dip recipes,” says Mullen. “I make cheese plates for a living and dips open up a new world for possible pairings,” she adds. In her upcoming book, That Cheese Plate Will Change Your Life, Mullen dedicated an entire chapter to dips and we couldn’t be more excited.

While we’ll never tire of a good buffalo chicken dip, a tray of vegetables partnered with Hidden Valley Ranch dip (by way of packet), sausage cream cheese dip and French onion dip, to name a few, there are so many other dips to consider when looking to dial up your Super Bowl spread. From meaty queso to elevated onion dip, we’ve gathered 10 easy dips that are anything but basic. Not sure what dipping vehicle goes best? We’ve done the legwork for you and there’s a chip or crunchy substance to pair with every single dip listed below. You’re welcome.

And on that note, I suppose I should figure out who’s playing in the Super Bowl.

Whipped Feta with Spicy Honey

Dipping vehicle: crusty bread

Mullen’s whipped feta dip with spicy honey is as easy and delicious as it looks and will sit perfectly on a cheese board. “It&aposs so easy to make and such a crowd pleaser,” she notes. Simply blend feta cheese, Greek yogurt, olive oil, and salt and pepper to taste in a food processor until super smooth and creamy𠅊nd top off with spicy honey. “The creamy blend of feta and yogurt balance with the sweet and subtle spicy tang from the honey.”

Fraser Family Crack Dip

Dipping vehicle: Fritos Scoops

Just like Milk Bar’s Crack Pie, my friend Carolyn Fraser’s 𠇏raser family crack dip” is a much sought after bite. 𠇌rack dip started out as an alternative to the classic Velveeta queso dip and has now far outreached our love for queso,” says Fraser. 𠇋ut the Frito scoop is the key—the combination of warm, cheesy, spicy sausage dip on a crisp corn chip is heaven.” Cook ground sausage and add to a mix of softened cream cheese, Rotel and chopped jalapenos, heat through, and that’s it. Fraser’s sister-in-law is responsible for the dip making and over the years they’ve experimented with different types of sausage or tomatoes vs. Rotel𠅊nd even corn and black beans. “It&aposs not a Fraser family party without some version of this dip,” she adds.

Hot Salami Queso

Dipping vehicle: tortilla chips or crostini

There’s creamy, white queso and then there’s hot salami queso. If you’ve devoured the Hilly Cheesesteak (named after its location on the hill) at Gioia’s Deli in St. Louis you know exactly what I&aposm talking about. If not, think the most sinful, meaty queso on the block that screams party dip. It’s essentially just hot salami, cubed Velveta, Rotel, and jalapenos, but it’ll be the 𠇌hamp of your Super Bowl party,” says Spencer Pernikoff of Whiskey and Soba, further deeming it a “semi-liquid version of St. Louis’ favorite sandwich.” Pernikoff and Alex Donley, owner of Gioia’s, partnered up to bring an entire crockpot of this cheesy goodness to life (see full recipe here). If there are leftovers? “I like to dump the hot salami queso all over a messy roast beef sandwich and then take a nap,” Donley says.

Hidden Valley Sauerkraut Dip

Dipping vehicle: Ruffles or crudite

If you like the OG Hidden Valley Ranch packet dip you’ll love this version with an 8-ounce can of drained sauerkraut, 16 ounces of Duke’s Mayonnaise, 16 ounces of sour cream and a packet of ranch with a sprinkle of paprika on top once ingredients are mixed together. “The recipe was passed down from my mom, who learned it from an old German lady,” says Max Trujillo of NC F&B Podcast. “The idea of adding pickled sauerkraut was to give the boring ranch dip some zing and complexity,” he says. �ing paprika was a common Hungarian spice she picked up over the years,” noting the dip is best enjoyed with a simple, salty potato chip.

This post is sponsored by Dean’s Dips. As always, all opinions and text are 100% my own.

I am not sure how many of you know this about me, but I am a huge Dallas Cowboys fan! I moved around a lot as a kid, but I have taken my love for the Dallas Cowboys with me to every state I have lived in. I grew up with two brothers and I always loved sitting around with my family on weekends, watching football and rooting against each others’ teams. I have carried this tradition on in my own family, only now I compete against my husband and his favorite team, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Now that I’m a wife, a mom, and on occasion a hostess, I gravitate towards party food that is easy, delicious, and gives me time to enjoy the game too! It is also a plus if it pairs well with my favorite sangria recipe. These party food ideas are fan favorites that incorporate one of my all-time favorite party snacks, Dean’s Dips!

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When hosting a football party, I like to find that balance between serving a few bowls of chips and serving finger foods that require me to get up and run to the kitchen between commercials, referee calls, and time-outs. The goal is to keep the party food table stocked without missing any of the action. These Roast Beef Sliders are beyond perfect for entertaining any time of the year, but they are especially perfect for football season because they help tame the hunger of the crowd during a long game. I always have a couple Dean’s Dips on hand when I’m entertaining guests because their French Onion Dip is my absolute favorite for dipping chips, but I bet you never thought to use it as a spread on a hot slider! One bite of these Roast Beef Sliders and you will be thanking me.

These hot and fresh sliders are the star player among any other super bowl party food! They combine everyone’s favorite Hawaiian-style sweet rolls with roast beef, swiss cheese, Dean’s French Onion Dip, fried onions, and topped with garlic butter. They can be thrown together in ten minutes and emerge fresh out of the oven just fifteen minutes later! If these sliders do not check the box for easy party food, then I am not sure what will.

Now that you have served up a plate of fresh, melt in your mouth Roast Beef Sliders using Dean’s French Onion Dip, everyone at your party knows that you are not messing around when it comes to these party foods. Your next course of finger foods is going to be a delicately crispy Wonton Taco Cup topped with Dean’s Ranch Dip! I love both of these recipes because they’re so easy to make and because my guests always love them and my guests love them because they are easy to eat and they taste amazing. To get started on these Wonton Taco Cups you will only need ten minutes to assemble and then another ten to bake. These are the perfect Super Bowl Party food to throw together during half-time.

As I mentioned earlier, I moved around a lot when I was growing up. I spent my late teens and early 20’s living in California where I learned the importance of tacos. Tacos are a versatile food, they are quick and easy to make, can be customized, are always evolving, and never disappoint. Tacos are the ultimate party food. The best part about tacos is that everybody loves them, and I love serving a crowd pleaser. Another crowd pleaser as I have come to discover in ranch. Rarely do I come across a party guest who doesn’t like ranch, which is why Dean’s Ranch Dip is always a must on my Super Bowl Party shopping list!

Football season is my favorite season because I truly love the sport, but what makes it extra special are the memories I have made with family and friends while gathering together to watch it. I love to share time and good food with the people I adore in my life and with the help of Dean’s Dips, I know my loved ones will be snacking in style this year!

60 Best Super Bowl Recipes to Feed Your Hungry Football Crew

If you're a football-loving family like the Drummonds, then Super Bowl Sunday is probably a big deal in your house, regardless of which teams are playing. The best part about this day is that anyone can get in on the fun, football fan or not. There are commercials and halftime shows to keep you interested, and of course, tons of delicious Super Bowl recipes to keep you full. Between delicious Super Bowl snacks and appetizers, main courses, Super Bowl drinks, and more, the possibilities are endless. Every year, Ree Drummond can't wait for the big game. "Part of this is because I love a good football game&hellipand part of it is that I love Super Bowl food," she says. Who can blame her?!

Ahead, you'll find tons of dip recipes, bite-sized snacks, and main dishes to keep you satisfied. Your kids will love the variety of sliders, including Buffalo chicken and mini meatball subs. There are also a few ideas for dinner to keep your football crew full, with lots of comfort food recipes like a big pot of chili and shredded beef sandwiches. And when you're done, it's time for fun Super Bowl desserts! One thing's for sure: This year's Super Bowl menu will be like no other, thanks to these delicious, easy recipes. (And if you're looking to get a little crafty, try your hand at this football-shaped snack board!)

65 Super Bowl Snacks For the Ultimate Football Party

A few things are certain every Super Bowl Sunday. Some fans will be the happiest they've ever been, and others not so much. The company will be great, and the food incomparable. But if you're in charge of supplying the latter for the big game day, it may be a little stressful trying to find the perfect Super Bowl snacks, and understandably so. You may be looking for recipes that little ones and adults will enjoy all the same, don't take too long to prepare, and are easy to make. These Super Bowl party foods are just some of the many game day snacks out there. From grilled vegetables, to chili cheese dogs, to all the dips you could possibly imagine, there's something for everyone &mdash picky eats, meat lovers, and even vegetarians.

However, it's important to note, that while you may be accustomed to throwing a big party for all of your neighbors, friends, and family on Super Bowl Sunday, it may be best to avoid those kinds of celebrations this year. The COVID-19 pandemic rages on, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continues to advise against large gatherings whenever possible. So, this Super Bowl Sunday, instead of hosting a block party, you may want to consider having a smaller gathering with your quarantine pod or just those who live in your household. But, hey, even they have to eat, and any one of these Super Bowl snacks is bound to be an instant crowd-pleaser.



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