Super Bowl Snacks to Get You Game Day Ready

01.30.18 - BY RSVP International

Let’s be honest here. Super Bowl Snacks are the real reason you look forward to Super Bowl Sunday. I don’t blame you. Between snacks, the epically funny commercials, and the Puppy Bowl (GO PUG GO!), Super Bowl Sunday doesn’t just belong to sports enthusiasts anymore.

So invite some friends over and give yourself a reason to chow down, have a beer, and enjoy the day. We listed out some of our favorites to give you an idea of the dedication we have to tasty treats.


homemade guacamole

If there is one thing I have learned about parties, it’s that if you don’t have guacamole, you’re gonna have a bad time. But if you really want to impress with guacamole, make it in an authentic Mexican molcajete. It’ll be the centerpiece of your festivities. Find the recipe here.


West Virginia style pepperoni rolls

Okay, so pepperoni rolls are my favorite kind of roll in existence. And these rolls from Tried & True are as true to the classic West Virginia style as you will get. You can pair it with marinara if you want, but you won’t need it with how moist they are. Also, that’s blasphemy, so don’t you dare dip these rolls in marinara. Find the recipe here.


Homemade Mini Corn Dogs

Ooooh, show me a mini-version of any type of food, and I will eat it! These mini-corn dogs from Just a Taste look absolutely perfect for carrying around and dipping. And also singing into if you need an impromptu microphone. Find the recipe here.


oven baked pickle chips

Sure, you could deep fry these. And really, why not? But for the more health conscious people out there, try these oven-baked pickles from Genius Kitchen. Just don’t forget the Ranch dipping sauce. Find the recipe here.


Spicy Popcorn

For the person in your life who just isn’t satisfied with regular old buttered popcorn, this spicy version from Bake Your Day should leave them satisfied and less hangry than they were before the opposing team scored that touch down. Find the recipe here.


bacon wrapped jalapeÑo poppers

Why even bother having Super Bowl Snacks if you don’t have something wrapped in bacon? Add a Pinch‘s Bacon-Wrapped Jalapeño Poppers are cheesy, spicy, and oh so addictive. Find the recipe here.


Chicken & waffle Sliders

Anything that uses mini-waffles are A-OK by me. This is the perfect take on the classic Southern chicken & waffles from Food Folks and Fun. Small bites like this also make snacks easier to serve. Find the recipe here.


grilled corn jalapeÑo dip (“Crack dip”)

They don’t call this “crack dip” for nothing. You won’t be able to stop eating it, so when you do make it, double up on the ingredients. Our version uses roasted corn and peppers instead of canned corn, for a bit more smoky flavor. Find the recipe here.


Mini Macaroni & Cheese Bites

Tiny bites of cheesy goodness can never do you wrong and this recipe from Pop Sugar hits all the right notes. Find the recipe here.


Mole coloradito deviled eggs

CHORIZO AND EGGS ARE BEST FRIENDS. I’m sorry I shouted, but if you haven’t tried chorizo, then you are severely missing out in your life. This recipe from Chicano Eats tops dressed up deviled eggs with some spicy sausage goodness. Find the recipe here.


Pretzel bites with Beer Cheese Dipping Sauce

Pretzels, beer, and cheese. Three magical words that never do stray far from football watching. But combine them together like they did at The Inspired Home and you have the ultimate Super Bowl Snacks flavor explosion. Find the recipe here.


cookie dough footballs

Okay, these little morsels from Life, Love, & Sugar are just too cute not to share. And also, who doesn’t love eating cookie dough? Eggless, of course, so nobody has to make an impromptu trip to the hospital during halftime. Find the recipe here.