The Best Chip-And-Dip Bowls For Entertaining 2015

Chip-and-dip sets for prime big game snacking

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The first rule of dip club?

Never take yourself too seriously.

Because whether you're making a fancy corn dip, throwing together Mom's famous seven-layer or just pouring a bag of onion soup mix into some sour cream, it's as much about the food as it is about celebrating with your pals.

Here are 10 of our favorite chip-and-dip bowls sure to delight Patriot die-hards, lifelong Seahawks fans and those who just delight in commercials and the halftime show.

Kart Serving Dishes

Whoever said you shouldn't play with your food didn't realize that it could include sleek vessels designed by a Royal College of Art grad. We say play away., $40 to $110

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Soho Chip and Dip Set

Spongeware Chip + Dip Set

Sorry? What game? We were distracted by the cheery polka dots on this handmade terra-cotta set., $47.50

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Taste Serving Plate and Bowls

Take a modular approach to entertaining with a three-piece set. And when you're not hosting Hawks and Pats fans, use them as pretty serveware., $45

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Chip Dip Bowl Hangers

Don't care to commit to the whole chip-and-dip caboodle? Turn any ol' bowl into a party with a dipper that sits right on the edge., $12 for three

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Soho Chip and Dip Set

A few beers and touchdowns in and pigskin enthusiasts may forget exactly what they're supposed to do. Bring them back to the salsa with a friendly reminder., $20

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Universal Expert Chip and Dip Set

The Cadillac of chip bowls, the five-piece set has a lid that doubles as a dip tray and all three dip bowls fit inside the bowl for easy storage., $80

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Revolving Classic Adjustable Chip and Dip

Go super retro with the lazy Susan of chip bowls. Nearly as exciting as the rotating base are the removable separators so that mini pretzels can live in harmony next to sour cream and onion chips., $54

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Rotary Tray

The higher the dip sits, the sooner it's in your mouth. It's just simple physics., $80

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Orange Serving Dish

Instead of constantly refilling too-small bowls, set out a huge spread then settle in for kick-off., $25

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Dharma Chip and Drip Tray

This may be fancier than the rest of our favorites, but guacamole really does deserve the best., $225

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