Winning Super Bowl Snacks (No Matter How the Game Turns Out)
The ultimate time to tailgate is coming up on Sunday. Whether you watch for the commercials, the halftime show, or you actually care about the game itself, we all love Super Bowl snacks. Put together a delicious menu for a crowd with these suggestions.
Super Bowl Snacks: Devils on Horseback
Start popping these bites of sweet and salty creaminess and you’ll soon lose count. Whether you go with the peanut butter version we featured, or the traditional cheese variety, bacon-wrapped stuffed dates are one of our favorite appetizers.
Super Bowl Snacks: Pull-Apart Pretzels and Beer Cheese Dip
We expect there will be plenty of beer to go around on Super Bowl Sunday, but save enough to make this beer cheese dip. Don’t forget the pull-apart pretzels to go along with it. Or bake a loaf of beer bread and whip up some compound butter to spread on it.
Super Bowl Snacks: A Cheese Board
Speaking of cheese, you can never go wrong with a fantastic cheese board. If you don’t already have one of the football-shaped cheese boards from Picnic Time, grab one now so you’ll be prepared for the first kickoff next season.
Super Bowl Snacks: Slow Cooker Vegetarian Chili
Chili is the quintessential football food. We love these vegetarian chili recipes because they make chili everyone will devour. But if you can’t imagine chili without meat, serve bowls of spiced ground beef and chicken too. Then die-hard meat-eaters can add what they like to their own bowls of chili.
Super Bowl Snacks: Slow Cooker Carnitas
Another easy way to feed a crowd on game day is carnitas. Try these in the slow cooker (sear the pork first!) and serve with a bar full of fixings. Don’t forget the homemade guacamole. In fact, we’re pretty sure guacamole is mandatory at any Super Bowl party.