Last year Minnesota hosted the Super Bowl. Minnesota did not make it to the Super Bowl, which is no surprise. The Vikings did not make it this year either. That also is not a surprise. Odds are, your team did not make it to the Super Bowl, but you’re probably still going to a Super Bowl party and you’re going to need to bring something. These Super Bowl Recipes are super easy and awesome.
These Super Bowl recipes are not only awesomely tasty but also unique. You’re not going to show up at a Super Bowl party and see that everyone else brought the same side dish. Forget about the 7 layer Mexican dip or some version of Spinach Artichoke dip, these Super Bowl recipes will stand out.
Super Bowl Recipes
Big Mac Hot Dish
This is one of my favorite hot dishes. It has all the great flavors of a Big Mac but without the bun. I haven’t tried it, but you could probably swap out the tater tots for baked cauliflower if you wanted to go full on Keto. You can see the Big Mac Hot Dish recipe here.
Baked Reuben Dip
This is one of the best dips – EVER. Perfect when the Polar Vortex is kicking in and making even Atlanta frigid. Originally this recipe was done in the Crock Pot, but I found that baking it made it not only taste better but look better. Click here to see the best Baked Reuben Dip recipe.
Speaking of Reuben Dip, these Reuben balls are the best balls you’ll ever put in your mouth. When I made these I was not aware of air fryers, I don’t have one, but I suspect these would be great in the air fryer. If you have one, give it a try and let me know how they turn out. Get the recipe for the best Reuben Balls here.
Pizza (and wine)
The wine is extra, and there’s not enough time to make it before the Super Bowl, but the pizza is awesome and if you use flax seed wraps instead of pizza crust you have a pretty Keto friendly app. Click here for this tasty pizza recipe.