Expand your game day spread beyond chips and salsa with these easy Super Bowl potato recipes!
Are you planning a Super Bowl party? Whether you’re a Seattle or a Denver fan, you don’t want to spend game day in the kitchen. You can create these quick and easy Super Bowl potato recipes in a flash, so you can get down to what’s important this Sunday: FOOTBALL.
Not only does adding potatoes to your Super Bowl party spread make it simple and tasty, but you can also sneak some healthier fare into the mix without giving up flavor. Potatoes are filling, and one medium potato clocks in at only 110 calories. That’s fewer calories than a serving of corn chips!
Quick, easy and healthy? That’s a trophy-worthy combination!
These recipes use the oven and the microwave to cook up snacks in a hurry. Some of these recipes have baking times of around 30 minutes, but the beauty of baking instead of frying is that you can enjoy the game while your food is getting hot in the oven.
These miniature loaded sweet potatoes are a healthy finger food that’s easy to make with our Express Bake Sweet PotatOH.
Sliced baked potatoes take the place of white bread for a healthier take on this popular Spanish finger food.
If it’s a little chilly for grilling where you are, you can pan fry or roast your potato wedges instead.
Healthy baked potatoes replace the deep fried corn chips in this nacho recipe.
A baked version of the ultimate bar food is sure to be a hit on Super Bowl Sunday!
Sneak some extra veggies into your Super Bowl spread with this easy microwave recipe.
Panko is a crispy breading that’s pretty widely available, but if you can’t find it at your grocery store, Italian bread crumbs will do the trick.
Turn your spread of finger foods into a proper meal with these easy, filling tacos.
This is a more sophisticated spin on your usual baked potato skins.
Probably the simplest recipe on this list, these potato skins only take 10 minutes to make, thanks to the microwave.