Super Bowl Dip Ideas. Enter Dipstock Here.

football party dip recipes

I’ve never been one for sporting events, yet I love to go to them. Better still, I love to go to parties focused on sports. No, it’s not the tight ends. Although, that’s nice. It’s the party dips. You probably could’ve guessed.

As a result of my love for football party dip a Super Bowl Dipstock only seems logical. So, here we are a few weeks from the Super Bowl and I’ve made Dipstock easier than ever.

All you have to do is share one of your favorite Super Bowl dip recipes and add a link to this post below. If you don’t have a blog, you can still participate. Click here to read all the Super Bowl Dipstock details.)

The first 20 participants will get this groovy dip tray from Dipstock sponsor, Discover Endive…

dip recipes for endive dipper

Oooh. Ahhh.

And one lucky participant will receive a shipment of endives from Discover Endive. I’ll pick the winner randomly on February 9.

You heard me. You have until February 8 to share your dip recipe by adding your link to the bottom of this post or by submitting it here. What are you waiting for?

If you’re at a loss for Dipstock game day dip ideas, try one of these. They’re classic Super Bowl dip recipes.

How to make guacamole

How to make potato chip dip

How to make pizza dip

How to make refried bean seven layer dip

How to make Mediterranean seven layer dip

How to make Buffalo chicken dip

Oh, and I’m working on a killer dip perfect for dipping with endive. Stay tuned for that next week.
Update: Here’s the post about how to dip with endive.

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  1. Sorry I don’t have a photo of the dip, but the Bleu Cheese Mousse is the most visited dip on my site, so I hope you like it.

    And that Red Currant Dip looks great!

    1. No biggy on the photo. And I bet that bleu cheese mousse dip tastes good. Say yes to whipping cream!

  2. I love to make a dip of roasted red peppers, edamame, a bit of olive oil and sea salt. Would be perfect scooped up with some endive!

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