Though my NFL team didn’t make it this far – or, ahem, even to the playoffs – I’m still planning on watching some football this weekend (and commercials … and puppies). At least it’s an excuse to try out new recipes I’ve been eyeing. Here are a few of the dips, snacks and potluck recipes that may end up on my Super Bowl menu this Sunday. What’s on yours? (Related: Super Bowl recipes we posted last year.)

Fruit Salsa Recipe

Fruit Salsa: The really ambitious party hosts can also make their own cinnamon crisps from tortillas.

Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs

Avocado Lime Deviled Eggs: Ever been to a party where everyone brought guacamole? Here’s an alternative to get your avocado fix in a more unique recipe.

Warm Turnip Greens and Bacon Dip

Warm Turnip Green Bacon DipBaking them with cheese and bacon makes any nutritious greens taste delicious. Kale, collards or chopped spinach can be used in place of the turnip greens.

Open-Faced Bacon, Tomato and Basil Sandwiches Recipe

Open-Faced Bacon, Tomato and Basil Sandwiches: In case you can’t get enough bacon, try these tiny appetizers.

Hot Wings Hummus

Hot Wings Hummus: Even vegetarians can enjoy the kick of buffalo sauce and hot pepper flavors in this spicy chickpea dip.

Hearty Red Gold Chili recipe, courtesy of Red Gold Tomatoes

Hearty Red Gold Chili: If, like me, you prefer a rich, tomato-based chili, this is a classic.

Oven-Baked Mini Reubens Recipe

Oven-Baked Mini Reubens: Why is it that food tastes better when it’s bite-sized?

Smoked Salmon Dip

Smoked Salmon Dip: Serve with apples or, obviously, bagel chips.

Orange Glazed Pecans

Orange Glazed Pecans: Gotta have something for the sweet tooth, and this citrusy snack does the trick.

From seven-layer dip to buffalo wings, do you have any go-to Super Bowl recipes? Share your favorites – with a link, if possible – in the comments, and we’ll pin it to our Party Foods board on Pinterest.

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