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The Internet Swears By These Mega-Popular Super Bowl Recipes — Here Are The Ones To Try (And The Ones To Skip)

Food over football, always.

I'll be totally honest: While I enjoy following Travis Kelce and Taylor Swift's romance as much as anyone, I'm not really a football fan.

Taylor Swift at a Chiefs game giving a thumbs-up

But we can all agree that Super Bowl Sunday isn't really about sports after all. It's about getting together and eating all the game day snacks.

Taylor Swift whispering in Kelce's ear with fake caption, "What do you wanna eat? / Party dip"

So no matter which team you're rooting for (or if you're really just rooting for a Super Bowl proposal), this Sunday is a perfect excuse to get together with friends and stuff your face with delicious food.

Now, what you serve on game day is important. So I went ahead and tested a bunch of the most popular Super Bowl recipes on the internet to make sure your food lineup is stacked. Here's how everything turned out.

1. Dirty Martini Dip

2. Crispy Loaded Hasselback Potatoes

3. Artichoke Dip Bread Bowl

4. Buffalo Chicken Crescent Ring

5. Sticky Sesame Cauliflower “Wings”

6. Cheeseburger Tots

Pickles on top of cheeseburger tots

7. Waffled Pizza Fries

8. Jalapeño Popper Wonton Cups

Holding up a finished product of the wonton cups

What's your go-to Super Bowl appetizer or dish? Tell me about it in the comments below.

And if you try any of these recipes for yourself this year, be sure to tell us about it. Happy Super Bowl!