From spicy, Cheddar-cheese-topped chili con carne to sweet and smoky hot wings with celery and blue cheese dipping sauce, game day is just as much about eating as it is about football. We think we have the winning combination when it comes to game day eats – easy and cheesy.
The chances are good that you’ve got at least one can of chili beans somewhere in your pantry. Grab it, add some Cheddar cheese, diced tomatoes, and chopped bell peppers and you’ll have a super creamy and delicious queso dip in less than 10 minutes. Click here for the recipe.
Even bean dip gets a quick and cheesy makeover for Super Bowl Sunday. Top these cheesy beans with sour cream and serve them with chips for the perfect game day snack. Click here for the recipe.
Three cheeses team up to make this seriously delicious and festive dip. Shape the dip into a football and cover it in pecans and you’ll score extra points for presentation. Click here for the recipe.
Appetizers are one of the top ten snacks served on Super Bowl Sunday. These no-fuss, cream cheese-topped bites are delicious and only require a handful of ingredients. Click here for the recipe.
Creamy, cheesy spinach dip is a game day favorite. Make it easier by combining all your ingredients in the slow cooker and letting the dip warm up for a few hours pre-game. Click here for the recipe.
Feta cheese and a squeeze of fresh lemon juice give this cheesy dip its Mediterranean flavor. Try topping this tangy dip with Kalamata olives and serving it with pita chips. Click here for the recipe.
Smoky, homemade queso dip and freshly-baked bread sticks with just seven ingredients? Sounds like a winning combination to us. Click here for the recipe.
The trick to getting cheese on every chip? Spread the tortilla chips in a single layer on a sheet pan, top with shredded cheese, and then bake in a 350-degree oven until the cheese is melted. Then, top your nachos with anything from chili to sour cream.
It doesn’t get much easier (or cheesier) than quesadillas. Heat a tortilla in a large frying pan and then top it with shredded cheese, a pinch of ground cumin, and any toppings you’d like before placing another tortilla on top. Put a lid on the pan and cook the quesadilla until the cheese is melted, flipping it once during cooking. Keep your quesadillas warm in a 200-degree oven until you’re ready to serve them.
Full disclosure; these spicy sausage and cheese bites are really addicting. The recipe makes 42 savory bite-sized snacks, so it’s perfect for sharing. Click here for the recipe.