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Joanna Gaines Has Super Bowl Recipes For Cheesesteaks And French Onion Dip

We’d be lying if we said we won’t miss throwing a truly epic Super Bowl party this year, but keeping things small means we’ll get to show a little more love to the food we make for our families. What…did you think we’d miss a chance to cook up cheese-covered and fried things? Uh, no! If you’re still on the hunt for some Super Bowl inspiration, Joanna Gaines has a whole episode for that on her new discovery+ show, Magnolia Table.

In the fourth episode of the series, Jo makes a whole mess of what she calls Weekend Game Day Snacks, but obviously are perfect for a little Super Bowl action. First, she (and her kids!) whip up some French onion dip, which is made with sautéed onions mixed with sour cream, mayonnaise, and herbs. She serves them with a side of potato chips, but add some carrots, celery, and bread. This is fit to be the star of your party.

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But if you’re looking for something a little more substantial, she also makes some Philly cheesesteaks topped with sautéed bell peppers, onions, and melted provolone. The whole thing is served on a toasted hoagie roll for a seriously filling meal. But um, you’re going to want to save room because she also makes Hasselback potatoes that you won’t be able to see without wanting to make them immediately! And if you’re looking for a little something sweet, there are also peanut butter brownies that send the whole thing over the top! You might fall into a food coma by the third quarter, but that’s the Super Bowl for ya!

The best part is, even if you don’t have discovery+ you can make these recipes for the Big Game! Seriously! Jo has all these recipes and more linked on her blog, which is great because uh, we’re looking to make her famous cheese ball on Sunday too!

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