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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The NFL Super Bowl may not be as special to LA Rams fans as it might have been if the Rams had gotten past the Green Bay Packers and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. While the Rams may not have a direct interest in the outcome in the game, that’s no reason not to go cheap on the Super Bowl tailgating party.

And Los Angeles is the place to be for the best eats in America. That’s not just our opinion but is the latest article from Best Place to Eat in Every NFL City.  Nothing is quite as enjoyable as fine dining and football. It’s a marriage of senses, the smell, touch, and taste of great dishes, blending with the sights and sounds of the two best teams in the NFL in a winner-take-all outcome.

So what did we find in the article? Well, for starters, the City

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What is your favorite Super Bowl food?

The big game is right around the corner, and while our beloved Chicago Bears are sitting this one out (again), us fans will mostly still be able to enjoy the Super Bowl for what it has become. A glorious football holiday.

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Some will congregate at a big party with friends and family, while others will keep things low key, but regardless of how we celebrate the end of the NFL’s season, many of us will be eating something scrumptious for the occasion.

I asked some of the WCG team to give us their favorite Super Bowl food and to share their recipes with us too.

Erik Christopher Duerrwaechter:

My Bangin’ Brats, of course.

Recipe – One (1) lot of your favorite, high quality bratwurst; Italian seasoning; three whole garlic cloves; Greek seasoning; oregano; thyme; red chili

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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:

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