Slow Cooker Super Bowl Recipes

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It’s that time again! The one time of year when I pretend to take an interest in the sports. Yes, Super Bowl Sunday is upon us and other than the half time show – Gaga! – the thing that gets me ready for some football is the food!

My slow cooker Super Bowl recipes are gridiron gold – simple AND delicious! Get them started midday and you’ll be free to enjoy your party and the game without fussing about in the kitchen. BONUS – whichever recipe you choose, your house will smell divine! So plug in your slow cooker, fill it with any one of these recipes and come game time you’ll be ready for some deliciousness!

Slow Cooker Super Bowl Recipes

Chili with Dark Chocolate

You read that right! This hearty beef (or turkey) chili gets a flavor boost from a handful of finely chopped dark chocolate stirred in. Slow Cooker Super Bowl Recipes

Sweet Potato Black Bean Chili

If you’re looking to lighten things up, this veggie chili recipe will please vegetarians and carnivores alike!

Slow Cooker Super Bowl Recipes

 

Slow Cooker Pot Roast

Pot roast may not be your typical Super Bowl fare but what better way to feed a crowd than a warm, cozy mix of braised beef and vegetables? If you’re looking for a heartier dish for your Super Bowl shindig, this pot roast is the way to go.

slow cooker super bowl recipes

Mulled Red Wine (Vin Chaud)

Beer may be the drink of choice on Super Bowl Sunday but if you’re a wino, like me, Mulled Red Wine ( or Vin Chaud, en francaise) is just the cocktail you’ll want to cozy up to. Red wine simmered with spices – scoop them out before serving – can be served warm right from the slow cooker.

Slow Cooker Super Bowl Recipes

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