We’ve collected 15 Instant Pot Super Bowl recipes to enjoy with your friends and family on game day! They are crowd-pleasers that will have everyone cheering.
Are you ready for Super Bowl? Or rather, are you ready to EAT?!!! Whether you are there for the game or for the commercials, everyone comes together with friends for the FOOD. It’s one of the biggest grocery days of the year. Maybe even more than Christmas or Thanksgiving in the USA. So plan now what you will fix. Then, leave the stress of cooking to your Instant Pot so you don’t miss a second of the game.
Here are 15 Instant Pot Super Bowl recipes to enjoy before, during and after half time.
You can’t watch a game with the guys without chicken wings. Wings are a staple to any male bonding. It’s just a thing. Of course, there’s always a competition of who can eat the most. So have your Instant Pot on standby for a quick and easy way to keep serving up the wings. Recipe from Good Dinner Mom. If you have a stash of chicken in the freezer, try these Instant Pot buffalo chicken wings from frozen.
Superbowl is all about eating around the clock. So easy appetizers that everyone loves are essential. Try these Instant Pot Deviled Eggs from Skinny Taste and our Instant Pot hummus dip and give your guests a healthier option to balance out the rest of the days’ menu.
To go with those chicken wings, let’s continue the finger-licking goodness with some ribs. These are smoky and tender. We are doing a combination of cooking methods but the Instant Pot cuts the cooking so you have less time in the kitchen and more in front of the TV.
It’s still winter, so it’s still cold out and having something cozy and warm in your belly can’t hurt. Serving up a pot of chili is a crowd pleaser and can go a long way to feed a large crowd. Just top it off with some shredded cheese and sour cream. Maybe throw some cornbread on the side made in your Instant Pot the day before. Recipe from Oh Sweet Basil.
If you want to keep the tradition of chili but jazz it up a bit, try our Instant Pot Turkey & Pumpkin White Chili instead. It keeps things a little bit healthier and lighter.
Made with butternut squash pumpkin and garbanzo beans (or chickpeas), this Instant Pot chili is comforting and hearty, perfect for a crowd. Served with diced avocado and cilantro, this is a must-go gluten-free, vegetarian, and vegan chili. It’s also a great make-ahead, freezer-friendly recipe.
It doesn’t have to be Taco Tuesday to have tacos. When you are having a bunch of people over with different diets, tacos are perfect. Have all the ingredients out and let the crowd self serve to their heart’s desire. With these tacos, it’s all about the salsa. It’s like a little bit of Hawaii in each bite when you taste the sweetness of the pineapples.
If you already had chicken wings for appetizers and want to change up your taco meat, try Instant Pot Vietnamese Beef Brisket Tacos or Mexican Instant Pot Shredded Beef Tacos. You can have ground beef any day, but it’s Super Bowl! So up your game with these delicious cuts of meat that lays perfectly in your tortillas.
Doesn’t Cajun butter and lime sound amazing! Imagine that butter dripping down your chin when your team scores! This will make your crowd scream for more and not just because of a touchdown. If you have too many things going on and don’t feel like shucking corn, try some Instant Pot Popcorn with 6 Popular Seasonings from Earth Food and Fire. Popcorn is always the perfect snack in front of the TV, for a commercial or the game.
Super Bowl is a family affair, so you can’t forget the kiddos. Every kid loves mac and cheese. This recipe sneaks in a few flavours for adults to enjoy too with some artichokes, sun-dried tomatoes, and olives. Feel free to customize to the taste buds of your young ones.
We can’t forget our plant-based eaters! Seems like every Super Bowl party is really a carnivore smorgasbord. So we encourage you to offer everyone on your guest list an opportunity to stay full during the game and not have to pack their own meal. This Instant Pot Vegan Mac & Cheese With Artichokes is nothing ordinary with some added flavour of the artichokes.
Are you celebrating your teams win or sulking the referee’s decision that costed the game? Either way, chocolate can and will always make things better. When you can’t decide if it’s a brownie or a cake, call it both and make sure it is fudgy.
Anytime you have a gathering you want to maximize your time with your guest, not the kitchen oven. And in this case, you don’t want to miss half time because you had to stir something on the hot stove. After Super Bowl, you might just be thinking that just one Instant Pot pot is not enough. Time your menu out accordingly and your Instant Pot can be your best friend going on heavy rotation to a touchdown.