The Super Bowl is a great reason to host a get together friends and family. Even if you’re not a huge football fan, it’s great to gather around the TV and participate in the fun and fervor of the big game. It’s also a great excuse to whip up some delicious food to all enjoy together. If you’re wondering what you should serve during the big game, look no further. Here’s everything you need to know about Super Bowl Snacks.
What to Serve for Super Bowl Snacks
When it comes to serving food for your Super Bowl party, keep it simple and stick to finger foods. The Super Bowl isn’t the time for a roast duck or mushroom risotto. Instead, opt for easy to eat snacks that guests can serve themselves. Choose options that guests can pile on a plate and come back to watch the game so they don’t miss any action. Dips of all kinds and flavors are a great option, from spinach and artichoke dip to cheesy crab dip and everything in between. Pizza, calzones, and stromboli are also great picks because you can slice them up and guests can pick exactly what they want.
Chili is another game day must-have just because it’s warm, comforting, and easy to serve and keep warm via a crock pot. You can also serve a fruit and/or vegetable platter to add a bit of healthier fare to the menu. Whatever you choose, look for easy to make options that will make your life easier during the party so you can spend more time with your loved ones and less time in the kitchen.
Top 10 Super Bowl Snacks
Still wondering what to serve your guests on game day? Here are ten amazingly delicious Super Bowl snacks:
This platter is full of delicious fresh fruit covered in gourmet semisweet chocolate. It also features apple slices topped with caramel and semisweet chocolate and decorated to look like mini footballs.
With juicy pineapple stars, succulent strawberries, honeydew and cantaloupe, grapes, and chocolate covered apple wedges, this arrangement is sure to be the centerpiece of your Super Bowl party. Plus, it all comes in a festive football container.
Jalapeno poppers are just the right amount of spicy and cheesy. These poppers are filled with cream cheese and sharp cheddar, topped with Panko bread crumbs, and baked to perfection. Delish!
This buffalo chicken dip is so easy to make. Just throw the ingredients in a crock pot and your prep work is done. Plus, it’s super delicious and easy to serve on game day.
All of the flavors of a double bacon cheeseburger in dip form? Count us in! This recipe is packed with three different cheeses, bacon, ground beef, and so much more, and perfect when served with tortilla chips.
This recipe is just like a plate of nachos, but with Fritos instead of tortilla chips, making it all the more delicious and addicting. It’s also easy to whip up when you’ve got a lot of things going at once, requiring just one skillet.
This meat and cheese stromboli is the perfect finger food for Super Bowl Sunday. Slice it up, set out some sauce, and your dip-happy guests will pile it high on their plates and go to town.
This cheesy crab dip recipe only calls for five easy ingredients and requires only five minutes of prep time. Serve it with some crusty bread for a delectable snack your guests will love.
9. Taco Pizza
What’s better than pizza? A taco pizza with a crescent roll crust, zesty cream cheese base, ground beef, lettuce and tomato, and, of course, lots of cheese.
Chili is the ultimate comfort food. It’s a great snack to serve on Super Bowl because guests can help themselves to a bowl and bring it back to the TV to continue watching the game. This recipe keeps it traditional with ground beef, beans, and a simple homemade blend of chili seasonings.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a huge football fan or not. Super Bowl Sunday is a great excuse for hosting a gathering with friends and family and noshing on delicious snacks.