Last updated on July 6th, 2022
The Super Bowl is one of the most anticipated sports events of the year. It’s a day that many Americans look forward to with great anticipation. The Super Bowl halftime show is always entertaining, but what are the best foods to serve during your Super Bowl party? You could go with some finger foods or have a more traditional fare for this big event.
Favorite finger foods are a great way to start off your Super Bowl festivities. They’re easy to prepare and they don’t take long to cook. Some popular choices include nachos, chips and guacamole, wings, pizza, burgers, hot dogs, popcorn, pretzels, dips, and salsa.
Super Bowl parties are all about good food, so it’s important to serve something that everyone will enjoy. These Super Bowl snacks are the perfect addition to your party.
Buffalo Chicken Nachos with Blue Cheese Crumble is a great game day or party appetizer recipe because it’s easy to make, tastes delicious, and everyone loves it! The tangy buffalo flavor pairs perfectly with blue cheese. It was glorious!
Bacon-Wrapped Buffalo Chicken Bites are a simple yet flavorful combination of chicken, buffalo sauce, and bacon. It’s a great combination of the currently popular taste of buffalo chicken with the classically popular taste of bacon.
These easy chicken and waffle sliders are the perfect dish to serve for brunch. Featuring southern staples like maple syrup and bacon, these sliders come together with minimal effort.
These make-ahead sweet and sour chicken wings are great to have in your freezer to pull out for a game day or for an appetizer evening. Since these chicken wings are not spicy, they can be enjoyed by young and old. The sauce on these is just full of sticky goodness!
Corn salsa is a delicious side dish that goes well with tacos or burritos. This recipe uses fresh corn kernels that are cooked until tender and then mixed with spices and lime juice. The result is a flavorful salsa that has a kick from jalapeno peppers.
Crock Pot Meatballs are a great low-effort recipe that allows you to put in the hours of cooking when you have the time and energy, and then enjoy it when you’re off work. Meatballs are always a huge hit with kids (and some of the adults).
These simple little pinwheels are quick to whip up. The sweetness of the cream cheese and sugar pair nicely with the spiciness of the jalapeños and the saltiness of the bacon.
Pizza Sliders from Sugar, Spice and Glitter
These cheesy, buttery pizza sliders are the perfect (budget-friendly) Friday night supper or game day appetizer – and they are such a crowd-pleaser!
Bacon Beer Cheese Bread Bowl from Host the Toast
A bacon beer cheese bread bowl makes for a hearty and satisfying meal. It is simple to make and faster than making individual dishes, while still being just as flavorful.
Jalepeno Popper Football Cheese Ball from Peas and Crayons
A bacon beer cheese bread bowl makes for a hearty and satisfying meal. It is simple to make and faster than making individual dishes, while still being just as flavorful. A classic appetizer – jalapeño popper, stuffed with cream cheese and wrapped with bacon.
Mini Corn Dog Muffins from Iowa Girl Eats
These fun and poppable bites are perfect for snack time, dinner, or game day. If you want to have a bite of a hot dog without the hassle of condiments or buns, then these mini corn dog muffins are perfect for you.
Chili Dogs for a Crowd from Valerie’s Kitchen
An easy, one-dish method for baking up a batch of classic chili dogs. It’s one of my favorite game day or football games recipes because they are easy to prepare and work well with all types of favorite toppings. If you’ve got a large crowd, grab another dish and do a second batch!
Gluten Free Chex Mix from The Chaos and The Clutter
There are many ways you can have a gluten-free, yet delicious treat. Here is one recipe for gluten-free Chex mix that is sure to please. It tastes so good, but has no gluten! And it’s insanely easy to make too.
Cheesy Meatball Bites from Butter with a Side of Bread
These Cheesy Meatball appetizer bites are made with crescent dough, frozen meatballs, marinara sauce, and lots of cheese! Easy meatball appetizer recipe perfect for parties & game day.
It is important to remember that not everyone will want to eat the same type of food. If you are hosting a party, make sure you have a variety of foods for your guests. You do not want one single dish to be all that is served because it may not suit everyone’s taste buds.
The Super Bowl is coming up soon – make sure to share this article with your friends who are hosting parties in order to help them decide what they should serve!