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Super Bowl Snacks



Below are 10 easy, delicious, and crowd-pleasing snacks to serve up at a Super Bowl (or any!) party. These recipes are curated because they are great for snacking and mingling or simply because they scream "football food!"


I have included vegetarian and gluten-free options for you and your guests to enjoy too!


Everything below is hyperlinked to the recipe for your convenience :)


Buffalo wings are the quintessential football-watching food. But they can be messy to both make and eat. These rolls are the perfect way to get all the flavors of buffalo wings that you love, wrapped up in a tasty little roll and baked not fried for simple prep and consumption.


Who doesn't love a slider? These are a delicious spin on an Arby's beef-n-cheddar that are so simple to make and a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.


Light, gluten free, vegetarian and no cooking required. You're welcome.


These technically say "breakfast sausage" on the recipe, but you can swap for Italian sausage. Or leave them with breakfast sausage for a brunchy vibe. Two ingredients is all you need and they taste great hot or room temp.


Yes, you'll need to provide spoons and bowls for your guests, but what is a football party without chili? Make this a day or two in advance and have a hearty spread for your fellow fans. Set up a chili bar with all the toppings spread out for guests to fill their bowl to their liking, and it's all you'll need to serve (except of course some ice cold beer too!)


A lighter option for your spread of dips. Gluten free, vegetarian, vegan, and DELICIOUS. Make this a day in advance and stick it in the fridge for easy prep on game day.


More sliders, but are there ever really enough? So easy to put together and your guests will devour them.


An easier way to serve pizza at your party. The best part is these can be served room temp with a side of warm marinara. You can fill it with whatever you like or make a few different kinds. I also love sausage and caramelized onion!


Throw everything into the Crockpot in the morning and you have hot, delicious sammies in the evening. These do get a little messy, so make sure to have extra napkins on hand. Cut your rolls into 3" pieces for more manageable servings.


After all that savory, we ALWAYS need something sweet. And dips are the best kind of dish for feeding a crowd, so why should dessert be any different? Funfetti dip is so tasty and so easy to make. Dip Nilla Wafer, animal crackers, even fruit! It's a fun way to eat your sweets that your guests will love. Get gluten-free cake mix to make this GF friendly!




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