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Cheap Super Bowl Recipes You Need to Know

Super Bowl Sunday for many people means large gatherings with family and friends and large amounts of game day food! People seem to get so creative with food around this time of year; you can expect all kinds of dips, wings flavors, pizzas, barbecue, nachos and the list just goes on and on. If you have ever hosted one of these gatherings, then you know how quickly the cost of these food items can add up. We want to help you save some money this Super Bowl Sunday with some recipes guaranteed to get everybody’s bellies ready for game time!
All recipes are courtesy of All You, a website dedicated to helping readers save money, time and get food on the table faster!

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1. Jalapeno Poppers - Love spicy foods? Well, this classic is for you, and it taste so much better homemade. These will be a hit.
Yield: 8 Servings
Cost per Serving: $.80

2. Deviled Eggs - This is another classic that is quick and easy to prepare. The best thing about this dish is you can put your own twist on it! You can add peppers, hot sauce, bacon or any of your favorite toppings!
Yield: 24 halves
Cost per Serving: $.07

3. Spicy Queso Dip - You can never go wrong with good ole queso. Just grab chips, and you have an appetizer ready to eat.
Yield: Serves 8
Cost per Serving: $.92

4. Garlic Bread - Toasty, crunchy delight. This dish will go a long way and feed an entire crowd.
Yield: 8 Servings
Cost per Serving: $.40

5. Sausage Rolls – These are a nice twist to the classic pigs in a blanket.
Yield: 24 rolls
Cost per Serving: $.42

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