50 Super Bowl Snacks

50 Super Bowl Snacks from Garnish with Lemon

Your favorite team may not make it to the big game in February, but that’s no reason not to celebrate football – and party food – at a Super Bowl soiree with friends and family. There is something for everyone in this delicious collection of munchies. So grab your plate and your place on the couch. It’s game time.

Sliders:
1. Cheddar Bacon Onion Sliders from The Little Kitchen  
2. Ham and Swiss Sliders from Chef in Training 
3. Southwest Quinoa Sliders with Avocado Cream Sauce from Damn Delicious 
4. White Cheddar Chipotle Chicken Sliders from Simply Scratch  
5. Cajun Pork Sliders from Lemons for Lulu 
6. Pulled Buffalo Chicken from Buns in my Oven 

50 Super Bowl Snacks from Garnish with Lemon

Chips and Lots of Dips:
7. Pepperoni Pizza Dip from Shugary Sweets 
8. Hot Reuben Dip from Recipe Girl 
9. Warm Gruyere, Bacon and Caramelized Onion Dip from Garnish with Lemon 
10. Buffalo Bacon Blue Cheese Guacamole from Lauren’s Latest 
11. Layered Greek Dip from Garnish with Lemon 
12. Easy Buffalo Chicken Dip from Garnish with Lemon 
13. Almost Chipotle’s Corn and Roasted Poblano Salsa from Garnish with Lemon 
14. Crabby Dip from Dine & Dish 
15. Asiago Dip from Garnish with Lemon 
16. Barbeque Chicken Nachos from Dinners, Dishes & Desserts 
17. Cheesy Five Bean Chili Nachos from Barefeet in the Kitchen 
18. Skinny Layered Guacamole Dip from Bell’alimento 
19. Pineapple Guacamole from Running to the Kitchen 
20. Avocado Feta Salsa from Garnish with Lemon 
21. Beef Enchilada Dip from Damn Delicious 
22. Chili Bean Queso Dip from Dine & Dish 

50 Super Bowl Snacks from Garnish with Lemon

Savory Mouthfuls:
23. Curried Pork Empanadas from Garnish with Lemon 
24. Soft Pretzel Bites from Garnish with Lemon 
25. Wonton Veggie Pizza Bites from Climbing Grier Mountain 
26. Cheesy Chipotle Roll Ups from Garnish with Lemon 
27. Mushroom “Bruschetta” Bites from Farmgirl Gourmet 
28. Cheesy Edamame Crostini from Running to the Kitchen 
29. Baked Chicken Taquitos from Very Culinary 
30. Cheesy Turkey Taco Cups from A Farm Girl’s Dabbles 
31. Chicken Stuffed Jalapeños from A Zesty Bite 
32. Creamy Deviled Eggs with Red Onion, Capers and Dill from Girl Versus Dough 
33. Grilled Peppers with Goat Cheese from Garnish with Lemon 
34. Bacon Wrapped Apricots with Honey and Rosemary from The Reluctant Entertainer 
35. Crispy Italian Ranch Cups from Garnish with Lemon 
36. Monterey Jack Quesadillas with Pear Salsa from Garnish with Lemon 
37. Jalapeño Popper Flatbread from Sugar Dish Me 

50 Super Bowl Snacks from Garnish with Lemon

Just One More Handful:
38. Sweet and Spicy Pretzels from A Cedar Spoon  
39. Chipotle and Rosemary Roasted Nuts from Garnish with Lemon 
40. Spicy Roasted Chickpeas from Shugary Sweets 
41. Peanut Butter and Honey Popcorn from Rachel Cooks    
42. Maple Cinnamon Candied Almonds from TexanErin 
43. Honey Mustard Roasted Cashews from The Law Student’s Wife     

Sweet Endings:
44. Peanut Butter Football Dip from Crazy for Crust 
45. Caramel Apple Fruit Dip from Garnish with Lemon 
46. Chocolate Caramel Peanut Bars from Garnish with Lemon 
47. Oatmeal Almond Butterscotch Bars from Bake Your Day 
48. Cinnamon Toast S’Mores Bars from Katrina’s Kitchen 
49. Brown Butter Pina Colada Brownies from Pineapple and Coconut 
50. Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownies from Shugary Sweets 

Need even more munchies? Follow our Pinterest Board dedicated to some of the yummiest party food around! 

Comments

  1. Mary Kirchner says

    Yum! Love these and can’t wait to try them ! You are making those New Years resolutions pretty challenging !

  2. says

    Wow! Wow! – yes a double wow. So many great recipes, so few Super Bowls. I’m impressed. Now even if the game ends up being a boring one, at least the food can still be impressive. Nothing worse than going to watch the game at someone’s house, they tell ya to come with an empty stomach because they’re supplying a feast…and it ends up being canned chili and stale dinner rolls. :) Thanks for sharing all these great Super Bowl food ideas!

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