Get ready for the big game with these football food slow cooker recipes.
When you’re having everybody over for the big game, the most important part–besides the score–is the food. Whether it’s the big game or your favorite team is getting warmed up during the pre-season, nothing beats football food in a slow cooker. Give your fellow football fans something new to try with these football food slow cooker recipes from Blain’s Farm & Fleet.
Snacks and Appetizers
Providing snacks for everyone to munch on throughout the game is an easy alternative to cooking an actual meal. Guests can take a time out at the snack table without missing the game.
Super Bowl Nacho Bar – Everyone can create their perfect plate of nachos with this recipe from the Magical Slow Cooker. Simply heat up nacho cheese and taco meat in two slow cookers. Set out chips and all the toppings for an easy snack every fan will love.
Slow Cooker Sriracha Meatballs – These meatballs from Budget Girl will keep every football fan coming back for more. Throw the jelly, sriracha chili sauce and meatballs in the slow cooker. That’s it.
Crock Pot Spicy Barbecue Kielbasa – Forget cocktail weenies and try these spicy kielbasa bites from Tammilee Tips. Have your football friends grab some toothpicks and dig in!
Any football fan knows that chips–or whatever vessel you choose–and dip are a staple when it comes to football food. With a slow cooker, dip will stay warm throughout the entire game.
Slow Cooker Cheeseburger Dip – Instead of taking the time to grill up hamburgers, you can make this cheeseburger dip from Pass the Sushi. Plus, the dip is topped with bacon.
French Onion Dip – You can make your own french onion dip with the recipe from the Domestic Front. You’ll use the slow cooker to slowly caramelize the onions, locking in the bold flavor for the dip.
Crock Pot Pizza Dip – It’s the ultimate party food transformed into a dip. The recipe from Real Housemoms is ridiculously easy–throw all the ingredients in the slow cooker and cook until the dip is melted.
Slow Cooker Spicy Crab Dip – The Stay at Home Chef’s recipe is easy to make, and only takes a couple hours to warm up. You won’t have to spend all your pre-game time in the kitchen with this crab dip.
While most game day parties are filled with salty and savory snacks, it doesn’t hurt to have some sweet options, too.
Slow Cooker Butterscotch Fondue – If you want to forego the typical chocolate fondue, try this recipe from Bake the Neat. Serve the sweet butterscotch fondue with fresh fruit and dipping sweet bread.
Slow Cooker Chocolate Candy – Trisha Yearwood’s recipe for slow cooker candy lets you serve up bite-size candy for everyone. Let everything melt in the slow cooker and scoop the chocolate into baking cups.
Slow Cooker Cinnamon Almonds – The recipe from Six Sisters’ Stuff serves up a snack everyone will love. The almonds can be served warm or cold.
Candy Bar Fondue – Amp up your fondue with this recipe from the Magical Slow Cooker. It uses fun size candy bars for a sweet twist on classic chocolate fondue.