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17 Super Bowl Recipes You Can Make In The Slow Cooker

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If you're hosting people for the Super Bowl or in charge of bringing something to a pot luck, look no further than your slow cooker. These crowd-pleasing game day recipes couldn't be easier.

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1. Two-In-One Party Dips

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Keep the people happy and make two party dips at once. Just use tin foil to make a barrier in your slow cooker. Get the recipe here.

2. Honey Soy Chicken Wings

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Made with honey, soy sauce, cayenne pepper, and lots of spices, these wings are the perfect combination of tangy, spicy, and sweet. Get the recipe.

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3. Buffalo Chicken Chili

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When you combine two classic game day foods — spicy buffalo chicken dip and hearty chili — the result is pretty spectacular. Get the recipe here.

4. Little Smokies

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These glazed mini sausages are the perfect party app. The best part is they're made with just five ingredients. Get the recipe here.

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5. Cheesy Bacon Ranch Potatoes

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This five-ingredient recipe is a guaranteed crowd pleaser. All you need are potatoes, bacon, cheddar cheese, scallions, and ranch dressing. Get the recipe here.

6. Deep Dish Pizza

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Before you order in a pie, try making Chicago-style pizza from scratch. Just place the dough at the bottom of your Crock Pot, leaving some extra to roll up the sides. Add meat sauce and cheese, and let this pizza cook itself. Get the recipe here.

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7. Taco Dip

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When it comes to Super Bowl food, the cheesier the better. Load this spicy, cheesy dip with your favorite Mexican toppings from sliced jalapeños to diced avocado. Get the recipe here.

8. Philly Cheesesteaks

Half Baked Harvest / Via halfbakedharvest.com

The steak and pepper filling cooks for about six hours, but you hardly have to do a thing. Once it's done, add the filling to hot dog buns with Provolone cheese and pop them into the oven for five minutes. Get the recipe here.

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9. Buffalo Chicken Sliders

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This shredded buffalo chicken comes together with four ingredients: boneless skinless chicken breasts, buffalo sauce, chopped onion, and ranch dressing. Serve them on sliders for a festive appetizer. Get the recipe here.

10. Chicken Taco Chili

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Make sure to serve this Mexican-inspired chili with tortilla chips for dunking. Get the recipe here.

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11. Buffalo Wings

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it wouldn't be a Super Bowl party without buffalo wings. Get the recipe here.

12. Copycat Chili's Queso

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Fact: There's no such thing as too much cheese on Super Bowl Sunday. Get the recipe here.

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13. Pizza Dip

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Buy some bread sticks or flat bread and dunk away into this cheesy, saucy, addictive pizza party dip. Get the recipe here.

14. Mozzarella-Stuffed Meatballs

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Serve these meatballs on toothpicks, as sliders in mini buns, or as meatball subs in hot dog rolls. Get the recipe here.

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15. Corn Dip

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When you're entertaining there's no such thing as too much party dip. Get the recipe here.

16. Tater Tot Casserole

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Serve these on game day and eat the leftovers for breakfast the next day (it's a win-win). Get the recipe here.

17. BBQ Pulled Pork

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Serve this juicy, tender pulled pork in sandwiches or on top of nachos. In either case, it'll be a fan favorite. Get the recipe here.

For more Super Bowl ideas and recipes for easy entertaining, check out these posts:

18 Easy Party Dips You Can Make In A Slow Cooker

18 Super Bowl Snacks That Make Watching Football Worth It

21 Easy Appetizers With Three Ingredients Or Less

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