91599788In case you didn’t know, there is a pretty big football game this weekend! Behind Thanksgiving, Sunday’s game is the second highest day for food consumption in the US, so while football is important to the day so is the food you will munch on during the game. Whether you’re planning on making a huge feast or ordering pizza or take-out, it is estimated people will consume about 1200 calories and 50 grams of fat on just snacks (Calories Control Council and Snack Food Association). A popular snack of choice for this event is dips with 32% of people saying they will indulge in their dip of choice while watching the game. In order to honor this delicious tradition, here are a selection of dips to whip up for your night of football and entertainment:

Avocado Feta Dip

It is estimated that about 8 million pounds of avocados will be used on Sunday (California Avocado Commission). That’s a lot of guacamole! This recipe adds a new spin on the delicious dip by adding feta cheese to the mixture making this a cheesy and healthier dip to indulge in while watching the game.

Hot Onion and Cheese Soufflé Dip

If you’re feeling a little fancy, this will be a great dip to make. Serve it with bagel chips and it’s certain there won’t be a drop left!

Charleston Cheese Dip

This might be the ultimate dip recipe! This delicious dip combines cheese, bacon, cream cheese and Ritz crackers into an ooey-gooey mixture you won’t be able to stop eating. Just grab a spoon and dig in!

Warm Bean Dip

If you’re looking for more of a traditional dip, try this tasty spin on bean dip! This dip is simple to put together and even more enjoyable to eat.

Individual 7- Layer Dip

Having a party but afraid of spreading germs with everyone using the same dip bowl? Try making individual dip cups for the event. Here’s a great recipe on a 7-layer dip but you can get creative and make any kind if dip to put in a cup, whether it’s cheese or beans or guacamole, it’s sure to be a hit!

Chocolate Chip Dip

This is a dip that the kiddos are sure to love! It’s simple, sweet and made without eggs so you don’t have to worry about the kids eating it! Throw some graham crackers on a plate with it and you’ll have a great dip for dessert!

Kale and Artichoke Dip

Wanting to add some sort of nutrition to your spread? Try making this Kale and Artichoke dip and using vegetables or multigrain chips for dipping. If you’re not a big fan of kale, try using spinach instead.

Cowboy Caviar

This is another great dip for those not wanting to eat too much junk food but is still equally delicious. The beans in the mixture are sure to keep you feeling full and energized for the game!


No matter what team you’re cheering for, everyone can agree that dips are a delicious addition to any party! Stop by Sparkle Market to pick up all of your ingredients for the night!

Did we miss any? Please leave us a comment with your favorite Big Game Dip!