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You Dip, I Dip, We Dip These 19 Classic Super Bowl Snacks In Dip Form

Every food is better as a dip. Every. Food.

The Super Bowl is such a popular event because it is a celebration of something that all Americans love: dips. That’s because converting food into a dip basically involves adding a bunch of cheese and then using chips or pretzels instead of a fork. Chefs should just quit all the fancy cooking and start making every food in dip form. And you should do the same at your Super Bowl party with these...

  1. Cannoli Dip

    Cream cheese. Ricotta cheese. Chocolate. These aren’t your standard ingredients in a dip, but this sweet and cheesy Cannoli Cheese Ball will be a nice break from the salty and cheesy dips everyone else will bring.

  2. Jalapeño Popper Dip

    We’re not saying that salty and cheesy dips are bad. In fact, they’re probably the best. What do people like better than jalapeño poppers? Jalapeño popper dip that has more cheese, bacon and jalapeño than normal jalapeño poppers.

  3. Beef Enchilada Dip

    A lot of Mexican food is basically just dip wrapped in something. Why bother with the wrap? Dump it into a bowl and grab some tortilla chips. Beef enchilada dip is simpler and better. It’s also cheesier.

  4. Pepperoni Pizza Alfredo Dip

    Alfredo sauce on a pizza? That sounds amazing! Where can you buy it?! Nowhere. Luckily, you can make pepperoni Alfredo pizza dip. You can even toast up some bread for dipping if you miss the crust.

  5. Caramel Cheesecake Dip

    After you eat some pizza dip, you’ve earned some dessert. Go get yourself some caramel cheesecake dip. Instead of using tortilla chips or pretzels for this dip, you can use apple slices so that it’s healthy.

  6. Key Lime Pie Dip

    Too many dips don’t have marshmallows as an ingredient. Key lime pie dip to the rescue! This chilled, refreshing dip will be a perfect way to cool off your palate after enjoying one of the spicier dips.

  7. Jambalaya Dip

    The Saints couldn’t even win the horrible NFC South, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy some NOLA food. This jambalaya dip is basically jambalaya with a bunch of cheese added to it. What’s not to like?

  8. Lasagna Dip

    The problem with lasagna is you eat it with a fork ... and you can’t also eat the fork. That changes with lasagna dip. When will science make forks out of bread, forks strong enough to scoop food but soft enough to eat?

  9. Reuben Dip

    Horseradish. Gruyere. Cheddar. Mayonnaise. Corned Beef. What’s not to like? Not even a six-foot party sub could beat this reuben dip.

  10. Philly Cheesesteak Dip

    The Eagles didn’t make the playoffs. And Mark Sanchez may be the best quarterback on their team. That’s a bummer. Make the Eagles fan in your life some Philly cheesesteak dip so that he or she can find a way to enjoy the Super Bowl.

  11. Snickers Dip

    Snickers are great, but they could always use more butter, cream cheese and powdered sugar. Change that with this Snickers dip.

  12. Spicy Creole Shrimp Dip

    Let’s say you’ve gorged yourself on Snickers covered in butter and cream cheese. Your body is going to be craving shrimp dip within a few minutes. That’s just how the human body works.

  13. Beer Cheese Buffalo Chicken Dip

    Cheese and buffalo chicken are good, and if you're over 21 you may be drinking beer anyway, so why not mix it all together and make a dip out of them?

  14. Fluffernutter Dip

    If you’ve been scrolling through this list waiting for a dip that has peanut butter in it, look no further than Fluffernutter dip. This would be the perfect dessert after you’ve had your fill of the beer, cheese and buffalo chicken.

  15. Gingerbread Cookie Dough Dip

    If PB isn't your thing, substitute that dessert dip with this gingerbread cookie dough dip. Any excuse to eat cookie dough is a good excuse.

  16. Seven Layer Pizza Dip

    Normal pizza only has, at most, three layers (if you count toppings, cheese and dough as a layer). However you add it up, it doesn’t add up to seven. Unless you make seven layer pizza dip.

  17. Sriracha Buffalo Chicken Cheese Dip

    The only thing that can rival buffalo sauce as a way to spice up food is Sriracha. But why limit yourself to one or the other? Instead, make this Sriracha buffalo chicken cheese dip.

  18. Caramel Butter Pecan Cake Batter Dip

    The only dessert to rival uncooked cookies is uncooked cake.

  19. Nine Layer Cheeseburger Dip

    What’s better than seven layers of pizza? Nine layers of cheeseburger. (No one will blame you for also making a Pepto dip.)