7 Air Fryer Super Bowl Recipes To Make On Game Day

Millions of people will tune in to the Super Bowl on February 7. But, like every special event that’s happened during the pandemic, things will look a lot different this year. There will be no one in the stands, no crowded bars playing the game on a big screen (or at least there *shouldn’t* be), and no watch parties.

You know what the bright side is though? More snacks all for you and your fam. (And, let’s be honest, the Super Bowl is all about the snacks—you don’t have to watch the game at all to appreciate cauliflower wings and sweet potato tots.) It’s also the perfect excuse to fire up your air fryer.

Want to score a touchdown with your own home team? Below are seven air fryer Super Bowl recipes that are sure to win you some points.

Keep reading for some delicious air fryer Super Bowl

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Which city’s food wins game day?

For some folks, even die-hard football fans, Super Bowl food is as essential to game day as the game itself. And like many Floridians, Andy Hesman and Kenny Nadeau will be rooting for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this weekend. But when it comes to snacking, the two part ways, and voted quite differently in our city-centric Super Bowl Food Showdown.

Hesman, owner of AJ’s Press in Longwood, has Tampa roots. Years ago, he and his former business partner had a sandwich shop in Cigar City. Though it closed after sustaining serious damage during Hurricane Irma, its sister shop in Longwood still showcases Tampa love via its Cuban sandwich.

Nadeau, best known as the Kenny behind Uncle Kenny’s BBQ & Catering in Clermont, was born and raised in St. Louis, and though he’s been a proud Floridian since 1999, he’s just as proud showcasing the flavors of the Midwest via the

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Super Bowl 2021 food: Recipes for snacks, how to make easy appetizers for at-home NFL game day party

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit almost every aspect of life across the world, but that doesn’t mean you can’t treat yourself and your housemates with some Super Bowl foods during the big game (this Sunday at 6:30 p.m. ET).

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With parties and crowds on hold for the time being, look for small-batch recipes and personal-sized proportions, or size your recipes down to avoid waste (if you don’t have room in the fridge for leftovers). Here are some ideas to get you started:

Super Bowl foods for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers fan

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Elevate Your Big Game Menu with an Authentic Stadium Food Experience

PHILADELPHIA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–When it comes to preparing a menu for the biggest football game of the year, Aramark (NYSE: ARMK), which partners with the AFC Champion Kansas City Chiefs and nine other NFL teams for food and beverage services, knows what it takes to energize fans and keep them well-fed.

While at-home watch parties will be smaller than usual this year, Aramark’s culinary teams from Arrowhead Stadium and around the league are sharing their favorite game day recipes, tips and cooking demos, at and, to help fans prepare for the big game this Sunday, February 7.

“What better way to enjoy the big game than with a menu featuring original tastes and flavors from your favorite football stadium?” said Aramark Senior Executive Chef Erin Wishon, who is based out of Arrowhead Stadium. “Regardless of who you are cheering for, it always helps to have food options

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