Looking for #Super Bowl party recipes for Sunday's big game? Chicken wings, chips and dip, and pizza top the list when it comes to the easiest game day grub to serve during the Patriots vs Falcons face off at NRG Stadium in Houston on February 5. Of course, you can always call Dominos or Pizza Hut if you don't feel cheffing up pizza for a crowd, but wings and dip recipes are so quick and easy to make that you can whip them up during the pre-game show.

The National Chicken Council reports that chicken wings are the most popular NFL party food and football fans are expected to chow down on millions of wings during the biggest game of the year.

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And while spicy or mild wings are a must-have at your party, it's not a Super Bowl bash if you don't serve buffalo chicken dip, hot pepperoni pizza dip, seven-layer Mexican dip, and/or spinach dip.

Chicken wings — hot or mild?

Party wing recipes are in high demand, but one of most popular are the classic hot buffalo wings. Grab a bottle of Frank's Red Hot sauce and you'll find an easy recipe for hot wings right on the label. Simply bake 2.5 pounds of wings in a 450 degree oven, combine 1/2 cup hot sauce with 1/3 cup of melted butter, coat the wings and serve with blue cheese and celery sticks. Easy enough, right?

If you aren't a fan of hot sauce, there are a variety of wing recipes on the Food Network website including chili-ranch, beer battered, cajun, and more. And, before we get to the dip recipes, check out the video below for more game day chicken wing recipes.

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Dip, dip, dip

Head to the store now and stock up on tortilla chips, potato chips, cut up veggies, and the ingredients for the dip recipes below. You can't go wrong with buffalo chicken dip, but hot pepperoni pizza dip may turn out to be the biggest hit at your Super Bowl party.

Buffalo chicken dip: Grab a bottle of hot sauce, a brick of cream cheese, blue cheese crumbles or shredded cheddar, and about 10 oz. of shredded (cooked!) chicken. Mix the chicken with 1/2-3/4 cup of Red Hot sauce. Spread the mixture in a casserole dish, top with cheese and bake at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes.

Hot Pepperoni pizza dip is so good you'll want to make two batches. Cream cheese, pepperoni, sauce come together for one heck of a dip that is best served with breadsticks or crackers. Check out the video below for step-by-step directions.

Check out Pinterest for other Super Bowl Sunday dip recipes including spinach dip (the Knorr website has a terrific one that takes minutes to make) and seven-layer Mexican dip. Order a few pizzas, chill the beer and wine, and get ready for some football.