Curious what the rest of the country is going to be snacking on during the Super Bowl? These are the most-searched Super Bowl recipes on Google (whether it’s wings, dip, chili or nachos, we all seem to agree on one thing: the messier, the better.)
These easy-to-make, addictive Potato Skins with Sour Cream and Chives are a game day favorite.
Patrick Henry Pigs in a Blanket are so easy to make (the only ingredients you need are crescent roll dough and hot dogs!).
An easy Super Bowl go-to, this Loaded Nachos recipe costs only $1.56 per serving.
Whip up this delicious Guacamole with Cumin Chips recipe for less than $1 per serving.
This Chipotle Potato Salad recipe has a delicious and unexpected smoky flavor.
The blue cheese dressing in this recipe tames the heat from the hot sauce on the wings.
At only $.62 a serving, Crunchy Beef Tacos are a hearty game day entree.
The ultimate dip recipe: Five-Layer Mexican Dip is surprisingly easy to make (and inexpensive!).
Save money on takeout pizza by making your own! These individual pizzas are fun to eat and can be easily personalized with
The number one most-searched Super Bowl recipe is chili. Try making this Low-Fat Chicken Chili (using chicken instead of beef
will be cheaper — but just as delicious). Plus, all the ingredients are items that you likely have on hand in the freezer