Hey there, Super Bowl enthusiasts and snack aficionados! It’s that time of the year again when the football season peaks, and so does our craving for some deliciously easy Super Bowl snacks.
From the comfort of your kitchen to the cheering in your living room, these easy-to-make snacks are about to turn your Super Bowl party into the highlight of the year, and ensure your home is THEE place to be for Super Bowl Sundays.
The best part, these recipes all take under an hour to make. In fact, most are closer to 30 minutes TOTAL, and yes, that includes prep and cook time!
Get ready to tackle your hunger with these 20 touchdown-worthy recipes, each one guaranteed to make your taste buds do a stanky-leg victory dance.
Pigs in a Blanket
Who doesn’t love a classic Super Bowl snack like Pigs in a Blanket? It’s the epitome of an easy appetizer. These little guys are the linebackers of your Super Bowl spread – small but mighty. Wrapped in a cozy dough blanket, these mini corn dogs are a total crowd pleaser. Michelle from Brown Eyed Baker brings her A-game with this recipe, making sure your party guests won’t fumble when it comes to snack time.
Check out her playbook here: Brown Eyed Baker’s Pigs in a Blanket.
Loaded Potato Skins
Potato skins on Super Bowl Sunday are like touchdowns: absolutely essential. Rachel from Rachel Cooks scores big with her no-waste method, making this dish a smart way to snack. These potato skins are essentially the best part of a baked potato. They’re loaded with melty cheese, crispy bacon, and a dollop of sour cream.
Huddle up and check out her recipe here: Rachel Cooks’ Loaded Potato Skins.
Natasha from Natasha’s Kitchen brings you the MVP of Super Bowl finger foods: Cheeseburger Sliders. These mini burgers pack a ton of flavor, and the best part? They’re ready in just 30 minutes! Each slider is a juicy, cheesy delight, perfect for satisfying those game day cravings.
Get ready to tackle this recipe for the big day: Natasha’s Kitchen’s Cheeseburger Sliders.
Onion rings are like the cheerleaders of the Super Bowl snack world – they make everything better. Carrie from Eating On A Dime shows us how to whip up these crispy, golden delights in just 15 minutes. They’re the perfect partner to those cheeseburger sliders, adding a crunch that’ll have your taste buds scoring big.
Ready to add some ring to your Super Bowl bling? Check out the recipe here: Eating On A Dime’s Onion Rings.
Pulled Pork Pastry Puffs
Nothing says “touchdown” quite like a football-shaped snack, and these Pulled Pork Pastry Puffs by Plain Chicken are the real MVPs. Made with a simple puff pastry and filled with savory pulled pork, these little wonders are the perfect finger food for any Super Bowl party. They bring the taste of home straight to your living room, just in time for game day.
Rush to the end zone with this recipe: Plain Chicken’s Pulled Pork Pastry Puffs.
Popcorn Chicken: the ultimate easy snack for any football game. Kristyn from Lil Luna turns chicken into bite-sized, crispy little wonders that are impossible to resist. Whether you’re rooting for your favorite team or just there for the halftime show, these are sure to be a hit.
For a play that’ll have your guests cheering, check out this recipe: Lil Luna’s Popcorn Chicken.
Pretzel Bites & Beer Cheese
Alex and Nicole of The Candid Cooks take the classic app to the next level with their Pretzel Bites and Beer Cheese. Imagine soft, warm pretzel bites diving into a gooey cheese sauce with a hint of beer. It’s a flavor goalpost! This combo is like the quarterback and receiver of your Super Bowl party – a perfect pair.
Dive into the recipe here: The Candid Cooks’ Pretzel Bites & Beer Cheese.
Buffalo Cauliflower Bites
For those seeking healthy Super Bowl recipes, Yumna from Feel Good Foodie has got your back with her Buffalo Cauliflower Bites. These bites are like the underdogs of the snack table: unexpectedly amazing. Bathed in buffalo sauce and baked to perfection, they’re the perfect easy snack for your vegetarian friends, and make your game day party a whole lot more welcoming.
Check out this game-changing recipe here: Feel Good Foodie’s Buffalo Cauliflower Bites.
Kylie from Midwest Foodie brings a fiesta to your Super Bowl party with her Mini Tacos. These little treats are a total game changer, stuffed with all the goodness of a taco in one delightful bite. They’re easy to make, fun to eat, and packed with flavors that’ll bring the whole team together.
Ready for a snack that scores? Here’s the play: Midwest Foodie’s Mini Tacos.
BBQ Meatballs, courtesy of Imma from Immaculate Bites, are robust and full of flavor. These meatballs, simmered in a tangy BBQ sauce, are a surefire way to satisfy those hearty appetites on game day. They’re great on their own or as a sidekick to other snacks.
Grab your baking sheet and get ready for some serious flavor: Immaculate Bites’ BBQ Meatballs.
Buttermilk Chicken Tenders
Jenn from Once Upon A Chef brings you these Buttermilk Chicken Tenders, a classic Super Bowl appetizer that’s always a hit with the crowd. These tenders are not just for the kids, but anyone who loves a good crunch. Pair them with your favorite dipping sauce, and you’ve got a snack that’ll keep your party guests coming back for more.
Get ready to fry up some fun with this recipe: Once Upon A Chef’s Chicken Tenders.
Deviled Eggs are the stealth players of the Super Bowl appetizer lineup, with creamy centers that could easily win a culinary Heisman. Lisa from Downshiftology takes this classic app and elevates it to a main course contender with her impeccable balance of flavors. These little egg halves, dressed to impress, bring both taste and good housekeeping to your party table.
Scoot over to her recipe here: Downshiftology’s Deviled Eggs.
French Dip Biscuits
Imagine taking a puff pastry, and instead of going sweet, you go savory. That’s what Scarlett from That Oven Feelin does with her French Dip Biscuits. These bites are beefy and ready to tackle your hunger. With an au jus that brings all the cheesy dips to the yard, these biscuits are sure to be a football fan favorite.
Check out her playbook here: That Oven Feelin’s French Dip Biscuits.
Easy Cheesy Breadsticks
Valerie from Valerie’s Kitchen knows the way to every football fan’s heart is through easy Cheesy Breadsticks. Think pizza dough transformed into a crispy, cheesy, garlicky snack that’s perfect for dipping or devouring on its own. These breadsticks are a surefire way to keep your guests fueled and happy throughout the big game day.
Snag the recipe here: Valerie’s Kitchen’s Homemade Cheesy Breadsticks.
For a salty snack that’s as addictive as the game is exciting, Lauren’s Chex Mix from Tastes Better From Scratch is a winner. It’s a blend of crunchy, salty, and savory that’ll have you reaching for more. Perfect for mindless munching during those nail-biting plays, this homemade Chex mix is a total game changer.
Grab the recipe here: Tastes Better From Scratch’s Chex Mix.
These Bacon Bites are the culinary equivalent of a perfect pass – simple, elegant, and a guaranteed score. Lisa from Garnish With Lemon combines bacon, English muffin bread, cream cheese, and chives for a snack that’s part delicious appetizer, part work of art. They’re the epitome of an easy snack, perfect for any Super Bowl spread.
Dive into the deliciousness here: Garnish With Lemon’s Bacon Bites.
Garlic Parmesan Stuffed Mushrooms
Nora from Savory Nothings took game day to another level with these Garlic Parmesan Stuffed Mushrooms, and she’s giving us the game plan to make your guests think you slaved over a hot stove all day to make these (when really, they only take 40 minutes!) They might be small, but they’re packed with a ton of flavor. Made with bread crumbs, parmesan, and savory seasonings, these button mushrooms are a total touchdown in the taste department.
Check out Nora’s playbook for these crowd pleasers here: Savory Nothings’ Stuffed Mushrooms.
Sweet Potato French Fries
Jamielyn from I Heart Naptime gives regular french fries a run for their money with her Sweet Potato French Fries. These are the perfect sidekick to any main dish, offering a sweet twist on a classic favorite. Baked to perfection, they’re a healthier alternative that doesn’t skimp on flavor.
Rush to the end zone with this recipe: I Heart Naptime’s Sweet Potato French Fries.
Salted Caramel Pretzel Blondies
You knew we couldn’t leave this list without a true dessert, right? We’re sweetening the deal with Haley’s Salted Caramel Pretzel Blondies from If You Give A Blonde A Kitchen. They’re a dream come true for anyone with a sweet tooth at your Super Bowl party. The combination of sweet caramel and salty pretzels in a blondie is as unexpected and delightful as a last-second game-winning touchdown.
Catch this sweet play here: If You Give A Blonde A Kitchen’s Salted Caramel Pretzel Blondies.
Baked Parmesan Garlic Chicken Wings
Last but not least, Chef Jesse Thomas of PizzAmore has mastered the art of these Baked Parmesan Garlic Chicken Wings, the quintessential Super Bowl snack. These wings are a blend of crispy, cheesy, and garlicky – a trio that’s sure to make any football fan swoon. Perfect for those who love their chicken wings with a twist, this recipe is a definite win.
Score big with this recipe, as featured on Steamy Kitchen: Baked Parmesan Garlic Chicken Wings.
And there you have it: 20 incredible, easy-to-make snacks that are sure to make your Super Bowl party the best one on the block. Whether your team wins or loses, you’ll always score big with these delicious bites.
May your Super Bowl Sunday be filled with good times, great food, and a little bit of friendly competition. 🏈🎉🍽️