A dip really is the ultimate game day food, when you think about it. Dips are easily shareable, easy to transport to a potluck party, and endlessly snackable. You can just pass by the kitchen, dip a cracker into a delicious bowl full of hummus, Buffalo chicken dip, or spinach and artichoke dip and have a satisfying, salty bite.
Meaty, creamy, and perfect for game day. Even the always-flawless guacamole can be improved with a bit of bacon.
Jalapeño poppers are already a favorite game day snack. Take those beloved flavors and turn them into this irresistible warm dip.
This cooked adobo salsa is easily customizable for your own palate. Want to add more heat? Add serrano peppers and habaneros to make a spicy three-pepper salsa.
No game day party would be complete without this savory, rich dip. Serve in a loaf of pumpernickel bread for the ultimate bite.
Simple to prepare and full of fresh, earthy flavors, this beet hummus is as delicious as it is colorful.
Baked beans are a comforting fall food that pairs perfectly with other classic game day dishes. Turning the staple into a dip to be served alongside crackers and hearty cheese is only natural.
Creamy, zesty, spicy, and robust, Buffalo chicken dip is a game day staple for a reason. All of the flavors of chicken wings, plus cheese! What’s not to love?
In this twist on a tart tomatillo salsa, zucchini, onions, and peppers are blackened on the grill and then seasoned with lime juice, cayenne, and a touch of honey for layers of flavor.
Nothing beats the taste of a simple guacamole where all of the fresh ingredients are allowed to shine. This is a great basic recipe to get your game day started right.
Everyone loves an old-school Italian hoagie. Mix your meats, cheeses, and vegetables together for a dip that can be a new classic.
With crab, Madeira wine, and a pinch of cayenne for a bit of heat, this certainly ain’t your mama’s tired old spinach and artichoke dip.
Sweet and spicy, this fruity, peppery salsa is truly the best of both worlds. Sweet, fresh mango helps to cut back on the heat provided by the always-intense habanero.
Caramelized onions, saffron, and garlic help to add sweetness and new layers of flavor to this fresh hummus recipe. Serve with pita chips or fresh vegetables for a healthy game day snack.
Olive Garden’s spinach and artichoke dip, last seen in 2013, is one of the chain’s most-missed former menu items. Recreate it at home for game day and have all of your friends thank you.
Keep it simple with this old-school onion dip. With the signature flavors of Lipton’s Onion Soup Mix, everyone will immediately recognize and dive in to this dish.
It may be hard to believe, but the secret to a spicy, creamy, cheesy queso dip is in… processed Velveeta cheese. Quick, easy, and full of Tex-Mex flavor, this dip is a must-have.
Caramelized, slow-cooked onions add a remarkable sweetness to this mayonnaise-based dip. Serve alongside kettle chips for a perfect bite.
A fall twist on the classic Mexican seven-layer dip, this dip will get everyone pumped up for game day.
This sweet, savory, and smoky guacamole is a fun variation on the old classic. The cooked plantain adds just the right touch of sweetness, adding new dimension to the dish.
This Tex-Mex dip has everything you really want in it: refried beans, chiles, cheese, and plenty of sour cream. Just dump it all in an oven-safe dish and bake.
Bratwurst, beer, and cheese are the signature flavors of Wisconsin and the signature things every game day party needs. So why not throw it all together in this delicious dip?