Super Bowl Snack Ideas

Super Bowl Snack Ideas

One of the biggest weekends in sports is a few days away, have you planned your Super Bowl Sunday menu options? Whether you are a die-hard football fan or not, the Super Bowl is known for fun memories, great entertainment and delicious snacks. Here are some of our favorite recipes for this weekend’s festivities.

Buffalo Chicken Meatballs
A little heat and a lot of flavor go into making these mini meatballs. These meatballs have a lighter take, using chicken instead of traditional red meat. You won’t notice the difference because the buffalo sauce adds the perfect amount of spice that will have all your guests reaching for more. Make sure you prepare extras of these, you”ll probably need them!
(Recipe and photo courtesy of Tidy Mom)

Nachos
Nachos are a Super Bowls staple! The combination of chips, cheese and toppings makes this dish completely customizable for every palette. This classic nacho recipe can be made one of two ways. The first way is in a large tray, baked and served family style. Or, you could set up a ‘nacho bar’ allowing people to make their own creations and bake separately. Whichever way you choose to serve your nachos, it will be delicious!
(Recipe and photo courtesy of Good Life Eats)

Cauliflower Bites
This dish is perfect for the veggie lovers and meat eaters alike attending your Super Bowl gathering. Fried cauliflower is a delicious alternative to chicken wings that can be spiced and seasoned in many different ways. This recipe uses bread crumbs to create a batter coating to give it that crunchy texture. Feel free to use a sauce or wing dip of your choice to truly make it your own recipe.
(Recipe and photo courtesy of I Am Rhonda James)

Football Puppy Chow
To balance out all the savoury snack options, having a sweet treat is a good idea! Football puppy chow uses the classic  puppy chow base (Chex cereal and icing sugar) with a fun twist, colored chocolates and almonds! Get into the spirit of the game by using chocolate melts the same color as the teams playing, and turning the almonds into mini footballs. This sweet snack is sure to be a huge score!
(Recipe and photo courtesy of The First Year Blog)

Do you have any go-to Super Bowl Sunday recipes?