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Looking for some awesome and EASY Super Bowl recipes for your crockpot? Look no further! Personally, I think I’m more looking forward to hanging out with friends and eating some awesome food than I am the actual game itself.
This is kind of how I view the Super Bowl. Whether you’re into the game or not, just pick a team, root for them (whether you’re a true fan of not), and eat good food. Someone will always bring the vegetable platter, but you should leave that job to someone else. Whether you are hosting or attending someone else’s party, you’re gonna be the one getting all of the compliments on how amazing your dish was!
But I don’t want to be cooking all day, and I’m sure you don’t either. These Super Bowl Crockpot recipes will help – and they’re all AWESOME. The other great thing about using your crockpot is that your food will stay nice and hot as your guests devour it over the course of a few hours (or minutes in some cases)!
I’ll start with a personally favorite – these ‘Food Truck’ Style Cuban Beef Sandwiches will probably be gone by half-time. A chuck roast seasoned with cumin, oregano, lime juice, orange juice – yeah, they’re good.
Serve with some mayo and sliced avocado.
No get together would be complete without an awesome spinach and artichoke dip recipe, right? Look no further. This recipe is as easy as they come, and it only takes about 2 hours for it to melt down and get smooth and gooey – just like it should.
Yeah. I’m not even joking. Slow Cooker pizza. Ok, so it’s not your typical pizza with a crust and everything, but all the flavors are there and it’s amazing. There’s layers of pasta, ground beef, tons of gooey mozzarella cheese, and pepperoni. What’s not to like?
Every Super Bowl party needs a good chili, right? Depending on how large the party is, a few guests might have brought chili. And you need yours to rise above the rest, right? This white chicken chili does just that.
I don’t know who invented buffalo chicken wing dip, but they deserve some kind of prestigious cooking award for sure. It might not be the most refined of foods, but for a party? It’s always one of the first to be eaten. There’s always a couple people curiously hanging out by the chicken wing dip, trying to hide the fact that they are devouring it like animals. Yu better grab some and put in on your plate quickly!
Ok – so this one isn’t prepared in a slow cooker – but it deserves to be here. The cheese sauce is infused with hot sauce, chunks of chicken are mixed in, and crumbles blue cheese is melted on top. This is SOOO good. And you can control the level of spice by what type of hot sauce you use. For my husband? He likes it hot, so he also used habanero cheddar in his. He’s crazy.
I love me some jalapeno poppers. So why not make it into a dip? And add some bacon for good measure? Now we’re talkin. This recipe is great too because it’s super easy – just combine the ingredients and put your slow cooker on warm so that it’s nice and melty!
Simply put a big hunk of pork in the crockpot, add a bunch of spices, and turn it on. For a party, I’d suggest bringing some small buns, so people can make little slider-type pulled pork sandwiches. Add some extra BBQ sauce if you’d like!
I love meatballs, and I love this take on them. These aren’t the type of meatballs that you’d serve with pasta. These are sticky, sweet, and DELICIOUS. After they cook, I’d suggest serving them with toothpicks or skewers so that you don’t need a plate and your hands with stay clean 🙂
Of course, an awesome queso dip recipe has to be in this collection, right? I mean, you’re planning on digging in on some queso for Sunday, right? Well when out my friend Carrie’s white queso dip recipe – made in the Slow Cooker.
Of these 10 super bowl recipes, you’ve got to be able to find something awesome to make, right? Just don’t be prepared to bring home leftovers…
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I attempted to make the Crockpot Pulled Pork. What a waste of money! I followed your directions; I turned it on at 10am and at 6:30 I checked on it; it did not fall apart. I decided to turn up the heat to high since my crockpot only has low and high – it is now 8pm and still not falling apart. What’s the deal here? I wasted money on a beautiful piece of meat and came up with nothing!
Do you have a larger crockpot than mine? What size crockpot do you have? Also, how hot did you cook it? We make this all the time per the directions and haven’t had any issues.