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Create the perfect Super Bowl party appetizer spread

Having friends over to watch the game? Cook up a spread that’ll keep everyone just as filled up as they are fired up.

Super Bowl LIII is Sunday, Feb. 3 and whether you’re tuning in to watch your favorite team vie for the championship title or you just want to watch Adam Levine and Maroon 5 strut around the halftime show stage, food is a staple of the event.

These recipes from popular bloggers will leave your guests feeling so satisfied, they might even forget they showed up for something other than the appetizers.

Buffalo chicken pull-apart bread

Don’t be fooled by how gorgeous this pull-apart bread looks. The recipe from Real Food by Dad is also simple and quick to make. It’s made even easier if you use pre-made rotisserie chicken and pizza crust. From there, layer all the ingredients together, pop it in the oven and enjoy!

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Image credit: Real Food by Dad
Slow-cooker sweet potato chili

Delicious and Whole30 approved, this recipe from The Real Food Dietitians will leave your healthier guests feeling satisfied and full.

Tip: Make your own broth to make this recipe Whole30-friendly! Or choose a brand like Bare Bones, Osso, or Kettle & Fire.

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Avocado egg rolls

The vegetarians won’t be the only ones thanking you for these delicious avocado egg rolls from Pretty Extraordinary. This recipe is sure to be a party hit, especially when you pair them with the cilantro jalapeño dipping sauce.

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Chocolate chip cheesecake ball

What is a Super Bowl party without something sweet? This recipe from Belle of the Kitchen is a winner. It looks like a football and tastes like chocolate cheesecake. Pair with pretzels, graham crackers and vanilla wafers.

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Spinach artichoke quesadillas

This recipe from Budget Bytes basically pairs the best of Super Bowl foods into one divine appetizer. As if you weren’t already sold on making these spinach and artichoke quesadillas, they’re also super affordable and only take about 10 minutes to make once you have the spinach artichoke dip.

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Crispy baked buffalo wings

No game day would be complete without buffalo wings, and Jessica Gavin is here to help. This recipe is a classic favorite made healthier by baking instead of frying. Don’t worry, Gavin’s got a trick up her sleeve to make sure these wings turn out crisp and flavorful.

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Image credit: Jessica Gavin
Quinoa pizza bites

These melty, cheesy, pizza-y quinoa bites are a healthier alternative to delivery and taste amazing. This recipe from Chocolate Covered Katie can even be made vegan if you want by using a cheese alternative to the mozzarella.

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Bacon-wrapped cheesy stuffed jalapeños

This recipe from Sally’s Baking Addiction is basically a Kraft recipe taken to the next level. Add in shredded cheese, garlic and smoked paprika to easily up your stuffed jalapeño game on game day.

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Image credit: Sally’s Baking Addiction

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