Top 7 Splurge-Worthy Super Bowl Foods

PHOTO: Marc Murphy's Ditch Plains Ditch Dogs
Donna Svennevik/ABC News; Food Styling by Karen Pickus

Super Bowl food is notorious for being cheesy, delicious and decadent. Kick your New Year's resolution to the curb (if you haven't already) and enjoy some of these indulgent treats. We've selected some of our favorite recipes that are worth a splurge this Sunday.

PHOTO: Wolfgang Puck's mini burgers.
Courtesy Wolfgang Puck Catering

They might be mini, but these small guys pack a punch. Oozing with cheese, a buttery brioche roll and made from Kobe-style ground beef, these burgers are a tad nicer than the ones we're used to.

PHOTO: Cheese steak
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This steak recipe, topped with cheese and sandwiched in between spicy bread, is definitely worth the extra calories. Save the low-fat cheese for another day.

PHOTO: Sandwich University's Fat Doboy Sandwich.
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First, American cheese is melted on top of the steak and placed on the roll. Then, chicken tenders and mozzarella sticks are placed on top. Finally bacon, ketchup, mayo and French fries are added. Need we say more?

PHOTO: Marc Murphy's Ditch Plains Ditch Dogs
Donna Svennevik/ABC News; Food Styling by Karen Pickus

Plain hot dogs are a thing of the past. Top your dog with this ultimate mac and cheese recipe and then plant yourself on the couch.

PHOTO: Rick Bayless' Babyback Ribs.
Paul Elledge

After being rubbed in spices and grilled, glaze these ribs with honey and chipotle. The honey makes them extra sweet and the rub keeps them nice and spicy.

PHOTO: Bacon and Cheddar Deviled Eggs
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Bacon and Cheddar Deviled Eggs

These eggs are stuffed with sour cream, bacon, mayonnaise and cheddar cheese. Although small, they pack a ton of flavor in every sinful bite.

PHOTO: Cookies and Cream Brownies
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Brownies, cheesecake and Oreo cookies collide in this amazing dessert. Make a big batch and savor each decadent morsel because come Monday, you'll be back to eating salad.

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