19 Super Bowl Recipes That Are Completely Over The Top And Insanely Delicious

For most of us, the Super Bowl viewing party is almost as big of a deal as the Super Bowl itself. And nothing makes the party perfect quite like the amazing Super Bowl food there to snack on. So because we're always looking to one up the year before, we're going full on over-the-top this Super Bowl by cooking up some of the most intense Super Bowl foods we could find. From grilled cheese pizza to beef enchilada dip to bacon-wrapped tater tot bombs, we've got every dish you could possibly need to make this Super Bowl party the biggest, most insanely delicious Super Bowl party yet.

Grilled Cheese Pizza

Grilled cheese and pizza prove to be a match made in heaven thanks to I Am a Food Blog.

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Beef Enchilada Dip

Pass on the regular array of boring dips this Super Bowl, and opt for something more exciting like Damn Delicious’ beef enchilada dip.

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Garlic Truffle Fries

Garlic fries and truffle fries come together with this perfect game time recipe from Steamy Kitchen.

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Cheesy Roasted Jalapeno Fondue

The Shiksa takes cheesy fondue and vamps it up with spicy jalapeno for a perfectly gluttonous dish.

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Bacon-Wrapped Tater Tot Bombs

Damn Delicious wraps her tater tots in bacon to create the amazing tater tot bomb. We approve.

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Italian Schnitzel Bites

Schnitzel gets bite-sized with these tasty snacks from The Shiksa.

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Cheesy Spaghetti Bolognese on Crispy Garlic Bread Boats

I Am a Food Blog uses fresh garlic bread as a vessel to carry her cheesy spaghetti bolognese in what can only be described as a stroke of genius.

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Homemade Potato Chips with Sriracha BBQ Sauce

Part potato chips, part nachos, How Sweet It Is takes homemade chips and drenches them in Sriracha BBQ sauce and Greek yogurt blue cheese.

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Crispy Oven Fried Cheese Raviolis with Marinara Sauce

Take your cheese raviolis and oven fry them like How Sweet It Is to take your viewing party to the next level.

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Supersized Cro-Dog

You guys? This is basically a giant all-beef hot dog wrapped in a butter croissant… and it’s just as insanely delicious as Super Bowl foods come. Find it at Stew Leonard’s.

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Corn Dog Tots

Who wants plain old tater tots when you could be having A Cozy Kitchen’s delicious corn dog version? Not us!

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Cheesy Bacon Oven Chips with Chipotle Ranch Dipping Sauce

The Comfort of Cooking takes oven chips and covers them with gooey cheese and crispy bacon. Oh, and there’s a chipotle ranch dipping sauce too if that wasn’t enough.

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BBQ Jalapeno Poppers with Cheddar Cheese and Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Jalapeno poppers are already good on their own, but Adventures in Cooking makes them even better by stuffing them with cheddar cheese and garlic mashed potatoes and then barbecuing them.

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BBQ Chicken Nachos with Buttermilk Onion Rings

Thanks to How Sweet It Is, you can now have your nachos and your onion rings too all in one tasty BBQ chicken-riddled dish.

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Bacon Pepperoni Pizza Cheese Ball

What’s Cooking, Love? has created a wonderful Frankenstein of an appetizer that only a mother could love, and, well, us.

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Honey Mustard Pretzel Chicken Bites

The Comfort of Cooking covers her chicken bites with salty pretzels and pairs them with a honey mustard sauce for the most delicious snack around.

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Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Toasted Coconut Popcorn

Popcorn gets a massive upgrade from Simply Delicious with dark chocolate, sea salt, and toasted coconut.

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Peanut Butter Milky Way Blondies

With almost too much goodness to fully comprehend, Crepes of Wrath’s peanut butter Milky Way blondies are an absolute must for the perfect over-the-top viewing party.

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Everything Wings

If you don’t know what kind of wings you feel like, worry not. Edward Kim’s “Everything Wings” from his acclaimed Mott Street restaurant are marinated and doused in everything you could possibly imagine — from fried shallots to poppy seeds and chili oil — to make the most flavored-packed, over-the-top wings out there. Find the recipe below:

The recipe yields 12 full wings (joints attached), or 24 pieces (flats and drums). Serves 4-6.

Everything Wing Sauce

Soy + Sugar Reduction

1 C White Sugar (divided in 1/2)

1 C Brown Sugar (compacted) (divided in 1/2)

Soy Sauce 1.5 C Soy Sauce

-Place the soy sauce in a small pot and under low heat, add 1/2 the brown sugar, and 1/2 the white sugar. Allow the mixture to simmer.

-Once all of the sugar has melted, add the other 1/2 of both sugars, and make sure that all of the sugars have melted into the soy, making a homogenous mixture.

To this mixture, add:

2 oz Fish Sauce

1 T Molasses

2 oz Ginger Juice

2 oz Chili Oil (we make our own with Japonais peppers)

2 oz Rice wine Vinegar

-Make sure the mixture is stirred well and homogenous.

Everything Powder

4 oz Fried Shallots

1 T Sesame Seeds

1 T Poppy Seeds

-Toast the seeds and combine the ingredients together, crushing the fried shallots with your hands or a spoon.

Cooking the Wings

-In a fryer or stock pot, blanch chicken wings in frying oil at 225 F for 20 minutes.

-Pull the wings and let them cool and refrigerate until ice box cold — the colder they are, the crispier they will be for the second fry.

-Raise the temperature of the fryer to 350 F and drop the wings, letting them fry until golden brown in color. Pull the wings and let them drain in the basket; then drop the wings again for 45 seconds.

-Place the wings in a large bowl, and dress them generously with the everything sauce and the everything powder.

-We like to serve the wings with a garnish of green onions and a simple tzatziki sauce (Greek yogurt, dill, cucumbers, and a little cumin), which conjures up a similar tasting profile to the cream cheese that most would have with an everything bagel. The tzatziki also works as a cooling agent and flavor break from the spiciness of the wings.

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