No football party is complete without some great finger foods. Try one of these delicious 7 Super Bowl snack ideas this year.
Guacamole Football Field
This is a presentation piece. A statement of your love for the game. You can choose to go over-the-top and build your own actual stadium (like this), or you can tone it down so your friends don’t think you’re too wacky. Either way, it’s not too difficult to make some tasty guacamole look like a football field!
>> Recipe at Betty Crocker
Mozzarella Onion Rings
You know how onion rings are delicious? Of course you do. Have you ever tried one jam-packed with cheese? Well, your guests are in for a treat if you decide to make these mozzarella layered onion rings. A simple technique makes it possible to turn a plain old onion ring into a deep fried culinary delight.
>> Recipe at KeyIngredient
Honey BBQ chicken wings
A must have at any football party: Chicken Wings. These double-baked honey bbq wings are packed with flavor, and will likely be the first to be finished from your snack table. These are bone-in, but if you want to make them a bit less messy, you could try boneless with toothpicks. If not, make sure you have a fat stack of napkins ready!
>> Recipe at Tasty.co
Jalapeño Popper Bites
An interesting twist on the Jalapeño popper, these poppable snacks will satisfy those who enjoy a little spice. You’re basically pre-dipping a tortilla chip with the perfect blend of ingredients. These include cheese, bacon and of course, jalapeños!
>>Recipe at Mom On Timeout
Classic Pigs in a Blanket
Simple, non-elegant snack food. That’s the best kind. Some people don’t like to guess what’s in their snack food. With ‘Pigs in a Blanket’, it’s pretty obvious that you’re just eating a cheesy hot dog wrapped in some bread. And there is nothing wrong with that on Super Bowl Sunday.
>>Recipe at Tasty.co
Bacon Wrapped Tater Tots
So, what are we wrapping in bacon this year? Tater tots. That’s right, and this particular recipe manages to work in a little spicy heat (Cayenne pepper) and sweetness (dark brown sugar) to the mix. If your crowd is primarily vegan, perhaps choose another option, but if not, these should be top of the list.
>>Recipe at The Cookie Rookie
Football Peanut Butter Cookies
You can take inspiration from this recipe to make any cookie into a football cookie. All you need is some icing and a cookie cutter (or a pottery-master’s steady hand).
>>Recipe at Betty Crocker
We hope you enjoy the Super Bowl with these great snacks! Let us know if you end up making them and how they turned out.