Super Bowl Dips for the Big Game

From savory to sweet, these Super Bowl dips will satisfy any craving your guests might have. Try one of these recipes, which are fast (and easy!) to make for the main event.

The Super Bowl is about so much more than football, right? It’s the perfect excuse to have a gathering with family and friends — and enjoy some great food.

For game day it’s all about finger foods, which is why dips are the perfect choice.

Create a dip buffet with these Super Bowl dips like baked BLT dip or pizza dip that you can serve with crusty bread to dunk right in. Or what about kicked-up buffalo ranch chicken dip alongside celery and carrot sticks?

For something different, make up peanut buttery hummus and a sweet layered peanut butter dessert dip. And to inspire cheers from the crowd, serve up a football and field layered dip that looks like — you guessed it — a playing field.

Looking for even more eats for game day? Check out our favorite Super Bowl dessert recipes and our top Super Bowl nacho ideas. 

Photo and recipe by Betty Crocker

Baked BLT Dip

Heat up the oven so you’re ready to bake as soon as you’re done mixing up the ingredients for this baked BLT dip from Betty Crocker. Stir together mayonnaise, sour cream, softened cream cheese and crumbled bacon. Next comes shredded cheddar cheese, chopped green onions and tomatoes. Bake for 20 minutes until piping hot. Serve with crusty French baguettes slices or tortilla chips.

Photo and recipe by Taste of Home

Pizza Dip

This recipe for pizza dip from Taste of Home couldn’t be simpler — definitely a good job for kids, especially if they’re already pizza fans. Place two packages of cubed cream cheese in a slow cooker and top with pepperoni, olives and pizza sauce. Sprinkle with mozzarella cheese and cook on low for 1-2 hours. Use breadsticks or bread slices for dipping!

Photo and recipe by Hidden Valley

Kicked-Up Buffalo Ranch Chicken Dip

Here’s a meaty snack with plenty of spice — kicked-up buffalo ranch chicken dip from Hidden Valley Ranch. In a bowl, stir a ranch dressing seasoning packet into sour cream. Add in shredded chicken, hot pepper sauce and blue cheese crumbles. As a final step, stir in panko crumbs just before serving to thicken the dip.

Photo by Jaime Silver. Recipe by Serious Eats.

Peanut Buttery Hummus

A food processor, a few ingredients and 10 minutes. That’s all you’ll need for this peanut buttery hummus from Serious Eats. Blend together canned (drained) chickpeas, garlic, peanut butter, olive oil, lemon juice and salt until smooth. Place into a bowl alongside pita chips.

Photo and recipe by Creative Juice

Football and Field Layered Dip

Sure you could make regular 7-layer dip but what about turning into a game-day prop? To make this clever football and field layered dip from Get Creative Juice, get out a large casserole dish. On the bottom, spread refried beans, then sour cream followed by shredded cheddar cheese and finally a thick layer of guacamole. Create the football shape using refried beans piped out of a plastic baggie. Do the same with sour cream for the line markers and ball threads.

Photo and recipe by Kraft-Heinz

Layered Peanut Butter Dessert Dip

Who says the dip has to be savory? This layered peanut butter dessert dip from Kraft is sure to be a hit for those with a sweet tooth. On your serving dish, spread a generous helping of creamy peanut butter. The next layer is fluffy marshmallow creme whipped with COOL WHIP. Top with shredded coconut, peanuts and chocolate sauce. And what to dip into it? Cookies, of course!

Recipe and photo by Foodie with Family

Baked Ricotta Dip

It seems a bit fancier and more difficult to put together, but the folks at Foodie with the Family say this baked ricotta appetizer dip is fast and easy to make. Simply butter a baking dish, then mix all your ingredients with a stand mixer and pour that mixture into the dish. Bake for 25 to 35 minutes until it’s puffed and golden brown.

This post was originally published in 2017 and is updated regularly.

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