Score a touchdown with these crowd favorite Super Bowl snacks. Whether you're tailgating before the big game or having friends over to gather 'round the big screen, these snacks are perfect for your party. Football season calls for warming, homey, snacks, and meals you can eat without gathering at the table. We've got just the ticket. These party snacks, finger foods, dips and spreads, chicken wings, and more will ensure your get together wins the day, regardless of whether your team does. Now all you're missing is a good beer or cocktail.
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Frito Chili Pie
This classic Tex-Mex Frito pie is just as delicious today as it was when you were a kid, and it will delight people of all ages. Make it extra-special using a stove-cooked homemade chili, or just mix up ground beef and a packet of taco seasoning if you're short on time. Your guests will love the spicy, crunchy, meaty combo.
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Ground Beef Wontons
Wontons are flour-based wrappers filled with various meat and vegetable mixtures that are then deep-fried until crispy. Ground beef wontons are an easy appetizer to make at home, especially for parties. Serve with dipping sauce.
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Sheet Pan Chicken Fajita Crunchwrap Supreme
Fajita chicken sheet pan crunchwrap is the ultimate party feast. Tender fajita chicken, peppers, and onions are layered with tons of cheese, jalapenos, and crunchy tostada shells for a delicious, decadent sheet pan meal. This dish can serve as many as 10 if you’re making it as an appetizer or can be the main dish for 4 to 6. Slice it in wedges or squares and serve with your favorite salsas, guacamoles, or dips.
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Korean Fried Chicken
Hot, crispy, and sticky sweet, everyone will love these Korean chicken wings. Toss the wings with the marinade a few hours before frying them up fresh. They only take a few minutes, and you can mix up the tasty sauce while the chicken fries.Continue to 5 of 29 below.
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Instant Pot Buffalo Chicken Dip
It's no surprise Buffalo chicken dip is a fan favorite for any occasion. You can enjoy all the flavors Buffalo chicken wings in one bite, while keeping your fingers clean. This is recipe the ultimate last-minute snack because it takes only minutes with the help of the Instant Pot.
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Keto Pigs in a Blanket
Pigs in a blanket are classic party food, but they don't usually fit into a gluten-free or keto diet. This recipe includes a tender grain-free dough that's diet friendly and utterly snackable. Serve with a cheese or mustard sauce for dipping.
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Philly Cheesesteak Sliders
Philly cheesesteak sliders stuffed with tender sliced steak, melted provolone cheese, and jammy caramelized onions are a thing of beauty to behold. Our amazingly easy recipe turns the classic Philadelphia sammie into slider-sized munchables that are perfect for Super Bowl parties.
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Slow-Cooker Chicken Chili
How about a chili bar for your Super Bowl get together? This chicken chili will surprise guests who are expecting the standard red meat version, and you can even make both to give your friends a choice. It's especially delicious with a side of cornbread or muffins, and a dollop of fresh crème fraîche.Continue to 9 of 29 below.
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Guacamole Deviled Eggs
Get game day ready in a flash with these delicious deviled eggs. We stuff them with a creamy guacamole filling for a colorful snack that is sure to disappear quickly. They are easy to assemble (especially if you boil the eggs ahead for the fridge), and make a fun tailgating or homegating party treat.
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Keto nachos are a real treat for anyone that is gluten free or on the ketogenic diet. The homemade chips are grain free and easy to whip up. Topped with cheese sauce, salsa, spiced chicken, guacamole, and sour cream, they're a satisfying app for game time.
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Best Guacamole Ever
Once you try homemade guacamole, you'll never buy another jar again. This version uses just a few ingredients, and it's completely customizable. Include some jalapeños, for example, if you like spice, but taste the guac as you add—it can get spicy quickly. Serve with your favorite tortilla chips for scooping.
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Chinese Shrimp Balls Appetizer
Deep-fried Chinese shrimp balls are an amazing party snack. Crispy on the outside, with a sweet and savory filling of tender shrimp, crunchy water chestnuts, and Asian-style seasonings, your guests will be blown away by these quick-cooking, tasty bites. Serve them with plum sauce, spicy mustard, or sweet and sour sauce for dipping.Continue to 13 of 29 below.
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Copycat Avocado Egg Rolls
Your guests will cheer for these Cheesecake Factory copycat appetizers. Egg roll wrappers are filled with a mixture of chopped avocado, sun-dried tomato, red onion, and cilantro that is seasoned with fresh lime juice and salt and then fried until golden and crispy. Assemble and fry shortly beforehand and keep warm in the oven. The tamarind cashew sauce is made quickly in the food processor and served on the side.
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Spiced Beef on Hummus
Move over, basic hummus. There's a new, party hearty appetizer in town. We take the classic, creamy Middle Eastern chickpea spread everyone loves, and pile it high with piping-hot, spiced ground beef. It's the ultimate game day dip to enjoy with tortilla chips or pita triangles.
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Pita with Za'atar
Pita bread topped with za'atar (a citrusy and savory Middle Eastern seasoning mix) is a popular Middle Eastern snack, especially for dipping into hummus. Use store-bought pita bread for our fast and easy shortcut version that makes a great addition to your Super Bowl appetizer platters.
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Party Chex Mix
If you didn't serve Chex Mix, did you even have a Super Bowl party? This is the recipe you might remember from childhood, taken right off the 1950s Chex cereal box. It tastes just as great as it always did, and your guests will enjoy it by the handful. Omit the peanuts if you're not a fan, and feel free to use pretzel twists instead of rods if that's what you have on hand.Continue to 17 of 29 below.
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Make-Ahead Korean Vegetarian Dumplings (Yachae Mandoo)
Korean vegetarian dumplings are the football-watching party appetizer you never knew you needed. Plump fried or boiled dumplings with a satisfying stuffing of tofu, eggs, vegetables, and glass noodles are so tasty, even meat-eaters will scarf them down. Make a big batch ahead for the freezer, and serve them on game day with a side bowl of soy sauce.
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Mini Ground Beef Party Tacos
Make any fiesta better with these crowd-pleasing mini party tacos. Make the ground beef filling a day ahead, for easy reheating when you are ready to assemble the tacos. They bake up quickly, and are easy to dress up as you like with shredded cheese, diced green onions, jarred salsa, guacamole slices, or other taco toppings.
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Buffalo Chicken Meatballs
Combine two favorite game day party snacks into one crowd favorite: Buffalo chicken meatballs. Ground chicken is combined with Buffalo sauce to make juicy meatballs. A Ranch dipping sauce adds even more flavor.
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Party-Ready Ham Rolls
Use Hawaiian or other prepared dinner rolls for these cute little party-ready ham rolls. They're cheesy, meaty, and great for a crowd. The recipe calls for yellow mustard, but whole-grain or Dijon would also taste great. Use either cheddar or Swiss cheese, and don't skimp on the ham.Continue to 21 of 29 below.
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We all love nachos and you've probably wolfed down a Tater Tot (or five). Why not combine them and make totchos, the best Super Bowl snack this side of the 49-yard line? Just lay down a layer of potato puffs and smother them in queso, taco meat, lots of shredded cheese, salsa, and whatever toppings your little heart desires. This versatile, hearty recipe is endlessly customizable, so let your imagination be your guide. But you might want to make extra—they're sure to be a success.
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Crockpot Beer Cheese Dip
Beer and cheese are diet staples on Super Bowl Sunday — just another reason to love this day. When combined into an awesomely gooey and warm dip, they are a match made in snacking heaven. Our crockpot recipe is a breeze to assemble with your choice of beer and cheese, and stays warm in the appliance. It goes great with soft or crunchy pretzels, corn chips, bread sticks, or veggie sticks.
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Air Fryer Onion Rings
Cooking onion rings in an air fryer means they'll be crispy and delicious without all of the oil and fat of frying. They're a great game day option since they taste just as good as classic onion rings without the guilt.
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Tex-Mex Queso Dip
This perfectly melty and creamy Tex-Mex dip is great for any gathering. Queso blanco dip is a mixture of white cheeses and a spiced bechamel sauce, which keeps it nice and dippable. It's also great for nachos. Serve with lots of crisp tortilla chips and add jalapeño if you want it spicy.Continue to 25 of 29 below.
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Broiled Chicken Wings With Barbecue Sauce
What is a Super Bowl party without wings? These broiled chicken wings make a great meal or snack for a family. They aren't hard to make, and the homemade sauce, which you can make ahead of time, offers a balance of tangy, spicy, and sweet flavors.
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Pizza Pull Apart Bread
Cheesy pull apart pizza bread is the perfect party appetizer. It's full of cheese and pepperoni and is topped with garlicky biscuits. Most of the ingredients are premade and can be found in every grocery store, so it's all about quick assembling and baking. It's easy to make but tastes and looks like it took all day.
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Air Fryer Pickles
Crispy-fried dill pickles are super easy to prepare and cook in the air fryer. The classic Cajun-seasoned breading can be as mild or as spicy as you like, and a little pickle juice in the beaten eggs adds just enough tartness. These tasty little pickles will have everyone coming back for more.
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Protein balls are little bites of peanut buttery goodness that will keep you going until mealtime. Also known as protein bites or energy balls, the combination of nut butter, oats, and flax or protein powder makes for a high-energy, tasty snack. Their flavor and texture will remind you of a chewy peanut butter cookie, but without any refined sugar, flour, or butter.Continue to 29 of 29 below.
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Tiny Babybel cheese may make you nostalgic; after all, it's a great afterschool snack. But we've taken what's the perfect snack to another level by coating them in crushed, umami-packed Doritos and baking them. The result? Crispy, stretchy cheese bombs that will have everyone clamoring for the recipe.