Dips are a staple of Super Bowl viewing parties across the country. A simple salsa or guacamole will suffice in a pinch, but we’ve compiled a few easy ways for you look like an overachieving host without spending all day in the kitchen.
Lee Kum Kee
Bacon and avocado are a match made in flavor heaven; spice up the dip with sriracha mayo and keep the dip from turning brown during the game with some lime juice. Click here to see the recipe.
Prep this chicken dip using leftover cooked chicken, hot sauce, and blue cheese dressing the day before your party so all you need to do is heat it up before your guests arrive. Click here to see the recipe.
All of the flavors of your favorite Buffalo chicken wings in a simple, spicy dip, which means less mess and more snacking. Click here to see the recipe.
Customize this hummus recipe with whatever you have on hand; drizzle with olive oil, top with wedges of hard-boiled egg, and sprinkle with a pinch of smoked paprika. Click here to see the recipe.
Use pantry staples like beans, jalapeños, and olives to make this quick and easy dip. Click here to see the recipe.
Chef Rick Bayless
The perfect dip if you’ve already got the grill or grill pan going on game-day. Add grilled corn and poblanos to guacamole for a smoky dip that’s much more flavorful than standard guac. Click here to see the recipe.
This colorful dip comes together in just a few minutes, but requires a few hours in the fridge to firm up, so plan accordingly. Click here to see the recipe.
An easy two-fer dip recipe that will have fans of both teams cheering. Serve homemade or store-bought soft pretzels with sweet cream cheese dip and savory mustard-beer dip. Click here to see the recipe.
Don’t judge this vegan/paleo spinach artichoke dip until you try it. Ground cashews make for a surprisingly convincing cheese replacement. Click here to see the recipe.