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Things about throwing a Super Bowl party are that any interest in football is completely optional. Everyone knows that these parties are mainly about food (at least that's what I say to myself). As with any party, hosting is much easier if you choose a few recipes that can be made in advance. Fortunately, there is no shortage of Super Bowl recipes with slow cooking.
Hearty football loss is big cooking candidates in general. The braised meat of pulled pork or beef shoots is best made in the slow cooker. Cheesy dips are easy to throw together in the slow cooker, and it's a great way to keep them warm in overtime. And there are lots of less obvious Super Bowl recipes with slow cooking, which can add different to your daytime spreading: homemade Chex mix, saucy buns and tasty chili ̵
Whether you're hosting a party, heading for a potluck or just needing something to sneak up on while watching the game on your sofa, these 17 long-boiled Super Bowl recipes range from snack-y to meal. Although you could not care less about sports, these snacks will get you through the game.
Buffalo Chicken Chili
A bowl of this slow-cooker buffalo chicken chili is the perfect way to kick things.
Buffalo Chicken-Stuffed Sweet Potatoes
This sweet-ish-slow-cooker Buffalo Chicken Sweet Potato Recipe is great for weeknight dinner, but it also packs enough of a slice to make a splash on your Super Bowl party.
The cut to make your own Chex mix is able to control the levels of salt, spice and sweetness.
Sausage and Peppers
Nothing says GAME TIME! & # 39; As a slow-cooker sausage and pepper served on a delicious roll.
Buffalo Chicken Dip
No football party is complete without buffalo chicken dip. And really every party is worse without it.
Make sure you have plenty of napkins around to deal with the dangers of these deliciously messy, slow-boiling chiliosts.
serve these slow-boiling Italian meatballs on slides with thick slices of French bread – or you know for yourself.
Copycat Chile's Queso
This convincing copycat Chile's queso can actually be more exciting than the game.
Hawaiian Pulled Pork Sliders
These sweet salts, slow-boiled pork chops serve as appetizers or main courses.
Buffalo Chicken Wings
You can never have too much buffalo sauce at a football party. Plus, chicken wings are the ultimate watch food.
Instead of taking tons of seats with an all-out taco bar, throw everything in a slow cooker and serve this taco dip.
Beef grinders with pickled peppers
Hearty dinner rolls are the key to the success of these tender grinding wheels with pickled cookbooks with pickled peppers.
Honey-Sriracha Little Smokies
Some people love to serve small sausages on sticks on parties, some do not. In any way, these slow-cooker honey-Sriracha little smokies are a good shot.
Buffalo Chicken Sliders
I said there was nothing like too much buffalo sauce and I really meant it. These slow-cooker chicken sliders get a satisfying crunch from the slice dish as well.
Sticky Bacon-Whiskey Meatballs
Bacon? Check. Bourbon? Check. Meat? Check. It's great that this small, boiling meat dish can cover as many bases at once.
Philly Cheesesteak Dip
Dip the starchy vessel you want in this slow-cooker Philly cheesesteak dip.
Carnitas-Loaded Potato Skins
Bacon is a fine ingredient, but take things to the next level, because the big ones came and filled your loaded potato skins with carnitas instead.