5-Ingredient Football Party Recipes

    5-Ingredient Game Day Apps
    Kate Ramos

    Hosting a Super Bowl party seems like a great idea…. until you realize you have to feed people. Don’t panic! With this list of quick and easy Super Bowl recipes, you’ll be the real winner.

    We’ve covered all the game day bases with this party foods lineup - something cheesy, something spicy, and something meaty - and each screams classic Superbowl snacks. Additionally, they're all made with only five ingredients (salt and pepper excluded).

    Nothing says sporting event like a gigantic plate of nachos, but why not double the stakes by using roasted sweet potato fries instead of chips? In these Sweet Potato Nacho Fries, sweet fries are topped with black beans and loads of smoked cheddar cheese, then finished off with a dusting of chopped cilantro.

    Along with game highlights and half-time talk, the next day will have your friends reminiscing about these Oven-Roasted Jalapeño Poppers. Stuffed with Manchego cheese and rolled in crispy panko, these will put their deep-fried cousins to shame. Top them off with your favorite store-bought salsa and the only thing you’ll need is an ice-cold beer to cool your burning tongue.  

    To satisfy half-time hunger pains and fuel your third and fourth quarter fire, make a Chicken Chile Verde Torta. Stuffed to the max with spicy chicken smothered in green chile salsa, goat cheese, and thinly sliced onion then toasted to melty perfection in the waffle iron - because what is a Panini press but a fancy word for waffle iron? - it will fill your guests up without slowing them down. If you don’t have a Panini press or a waffle iron, simply toast the torta in a pan; consider it a fancy grilled cheese.

    So go ahead, invite your friends over and show off your cooking chops with these quick and easy Latin-inspired snacks. These 5 ingredient Super Bowl dishes will please both the superfans who have waited all year for the game and the snackers who came for the food.  

    Next, it's time to get cooking... 

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    Score big with this collection of hearty Latin eats.