Here are my top contenders...(forewarned they are not so healthy, but Super Bowl is a CHEAT day)
Spicy Crockpot Meatballs
I made these for the girls first birthday party (which I am still working on that post) and they were a hit. I wanted to eat them all. They have the right amount of sweetness to spiciness. They were gone in a hot second. Rory never even got to try one, so this is a must for Super Bowl. Make these and double the batch if your crock pot allows.
Crock Pot Queso Dip
This dip is a guilty pleasure of mine. I know it is so bad for me, but it tastes so good. I usually only have it a potlucks at work, so I limit my intake and wait it out before eating it. Spicy sausage and cheese paired up with chips or pretzels and I am SOLD.
Bacon Wrapped Smokies
I have been making these for years. Thanks to my friend Kristina introducing me to them about 12 years ago. They are a staple at any get together. Plus they are super easy to make, easy to travel with and who doesn't like bacon?
Crock Pot Pulled Chicken
A recipe similar to this was served at the girls party and it went so fast. We paired it up with some simple rolls and it was so good. I loved pulled pork and chicken, so this was right up my alley. A definite crowd pleaser.
And for the sweet treats these will be on our table.
Funfetti Cake Batter Popcorn
If you know me, you know that I love Funfetti anything. I made funfetti cupcakes for the girls birthday (again, a post is coming) and I taste tested several to make sure they were good.
I have made this for Super Bowl and tailgates and it is a hit. I only make this for special events because I could eat the entire thing by myself. I halved the recipe and it still yielded a ton.
Cookie Dough Footballs
Seriously, how cute are these? I love cookie dough and so does everyone on this planet (ok maybe a few don't), but these are so festive and seem pretty easy to make.