12 Finger Foods For Your Super Bowl Party
Hosting your first Super Bowl party as newlyweds? Score big points with the crowd by serving up these finger foods.
Want to add some spice to the table? These crispy jalepeño poppers make an easy appetizer that only requires three ingredients.
Buffalo Chicken Meatballs
Slow cookers are staple items for any Super Bowl party. They’re perfect for cooking up party foods ahead of time, like this savory (and healthier) alternative to buffalo chicken wings. Drizzle with blue cheese dressing and serve with toothpicks on a platter.
Gluten Free Pizza Bites
Skip the fuss of making gluten free dough with these mini pizza bites. Pile them with your favorite toppings for a snack that tastes just as good as the real deal (minus the greasy mess).
DIY Snack Stadium
Up for a crafty challenge? Your guests will be impressed by the effort that goes into making this display. Get the tutorial here, then fill with your favorite finger foods and dips.
Fried Chicken & Waffles Sliders
Southern comfort food is basically a game day essential, and what’s not to love? These buttermilk fried chicken and waffles sliders are easy to serve and rather filling. You’ll probably want to save this recipe for your next brunch, too.
Strawberry Chipotle Chicken Wings
A creative take on the traditional buffalo wings, these oven-baked chicken wings combine sweet and savory. This recipe also recommendes serving with a homemade avocado blue cheese dip.
Chocolate Peanut Butter Footballs
Nothing pairs quite as deliciously as peanut butter and rich chocolate. Perfect for tailgaiting or watching the big game at home, these sugary snacks are easy to prep a few days in advance.
Mac N’ Cheese Bites
Another recipe to add to the list of comfort food faves, these mac n’ cheese bites are definitely a win. These make great additions to any BBQ dishes.
Football Puppy Chow
If you’re hosting guests of all ages, puppy chow is a favorite among adults and kids alike. The best part? It’s easy to mix up multiple batches of these to feed the crowds.
Individual Seven-Layer Dips
Serve up this easy chip dip recipe in single cups garnished with tortilla chips. No need to worry about double dipping with these individual servings.
Team Spirit Pretzel Bites
Wearing NFL apparel isn’t the only way you should support your favorite team. Show everyone you mean business with these game-winning pretzel treats decorated with your team’s colors.
Carne Asada Skillet Nachos
Perfect the art of nachos with this carne asada recipe. Serve with as much guac as you’d like.