Can't Decide What To Bring To The Super Bowl Party? Take This Quiz

Wings, cookies, cocktails, dips . . . if you're on the invite list and weren't told to bring anything specific, picking the perfect game-day dish to contribute can be tougher than a two-point conversion. We're here to help.

Martha Stewart Living
On Mar 26, 2015

Take a look at the invite list -- what best describes the party situation?

Your Super Bowl guilty pleasure?

Main dishes or finger foods?

How long do you usually spend cooking in the kitchen?

Which describes your approach to a Super Bowl Potluck?

Will there be kids at the party?

Sweet or savory?

Describe the party-goers.

Classic Comfort Food

Classic Comfort Food

You're busy and cooking tends to be more make-ahead-and-freeze than three-course meals. When it comes to party food, make something that you can prep beforehand and toss in the host's oven a few minutes before serving. These Pigs in Blankets will delight guests -- both kids and adults won't be able to keep their hands off of them.

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Sweet Treats for a Crowd

Sweet Treats for a Crowd

Win or lose, be there to celebrate or lift spirits with a sweet treat for party guests. Lucky for them, you're known for your crowd-pleasing desserts. These Chocolaty Pretzel-and-Peanut Cookie Bars are just involved enough to impress guests, but can be made three days in advance, cutting down on your prep time the day-of.

Get the Chocolaty Pretzel-and-Peanut Cookie Bars recipe: http://Martha.ms/SYgY

Traditional Touchdown

Traditional Touchdown

You're a die hard football fan at heart, and like any super fan knows, it isn't a Super Bowl party without wings! Party-goers will beg you for the recipe for these Sriracha-Glazed Chicken Wings. Tangy, and with just the right amount of spice, these are surefire crowd-pleasers.

Get the Sriracha-Glazed Chicken recipe: http://Martha.ms/SYhT

Sophisticated Snacking

Sophisticated Snacking

You're more keen on the "party" part than the "Super Bowl" half of the equation -- and that's OK! Turns out the rest of the guests feel the same way. Catch up with friends and family over these impressive Sweet Potato Rounds -- everyone will think you spent ages putting them together.

Get the Sweet Potato Rounds recipe: http://Martha.ms/SYhY

Delicious Dip

Delicious Dip

Every football fan knows a Super Bowl party needs a fantastic dip. You're known for adding a personal touch to tried & true classics -- bring the same trait to your Super Bowl dish! Guests won't be able to resist this Caramelized Onion and Bacon Dip.

Get the Caramelized Onion and Bacon Dip recipe: http://Martha.ms/SYjc

Keep It Healthy

Keep It Healthy

Sure, it's OK to indulge once in a while -- and the Super Bowl is one of those times. But with this recipe, you can have your comfort food and not feel too guilty about it! Both kids and adults will love these delicious turkey meatballs. Pair them with a choice of sauces for instant personalization.

Get the Light Turkey Meatballs recipe: http://Martha.ms/SYkf

Go for the Cocktail

Go for the Cocktail

When it comes to cooking for a crowd, you're more likely to bring the booze. After all, every party could use a signature cocktail. The Three and Out is the perfect beer-vodka mix, with a touch of spice -- ideal for an adults-only cheer-down.

Get the Three and Out Cocktail recipe: http://Martha.ms/SYhM