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9 Easy Super Bowl Snack Ideas That Will Score You a Touchdown

Ready for Super Bowl weekend? Here are some game day snack ideas to get your guests fueled and excited! Spoiler alert: they’re all super satisfying and easy to whip up.

There are three different types of people on Super Bowl Sunday — die-hard football fans, folks who just want to watch the halftime show, and those who are only in it for the food.

No matter what category you and your loved ones fall under, there’s one thing everyone can agree on: it isn’t Super Bowl weekend without the snacks! 

Here are 9 easy and delicious Super Bowl snack ideas that will leave everyone happy:


Poppy stovetop popcorn popper full of popcorn in between boxes of butter popcorn

Popcorn isn’t just ridiculously simple to make. It’s light, crunchy, and oh-so-satisfying, especially when you eat it by the handful right when the game gets exciting. 

Plus, you can’t ignore the fact that popcorn is one versatile snack.

You can never go wrong with crowd favorites like kettle corn or movie theater butter popcorn, but you can also be adventurous and experiment with all kinds of unique toppings, seasonings, and flavors, like this birthday cake-inspired popcorn

You can level up your popcorn game even more by using a stovetop popcorn popper like the Popsmith! Trust us — once you make popcorn with it, you’ll have a hard time going back to microwave popcorn

Pigs in a Blanket

Another Super Bowl snack you can prepare is pigs in a blanket. Just wrap cocktail sausages in crescent roll dough (you can just buy some from the grocery), bake till golden brown, and serve with honey mustard, barbecue sauce, or whatever dipping sauce you like. Yum!

Loaded Nachos

loaded nachos in a black bowl

What’s a Super Bowl party without nachos? Loaded with cheese, ground beef, sour cream, guac, and all your favorite toppings, this game day snack guarantees happy tastebuds. 

Consider setting up a nacho bar so your guests can assemble their nachos themselves — and so that non-meat eaters won’t feel left out. 

Tater Tots

tater tots

Crispy on the outside. Fluffy on the inside. What’s not to love about tater tots?

These bite-sized potato delights will definitely be a hit with your loved ones, whether you buy the frozen kind or create them from scratch and load ‘em with cheese. You can make them even more enjoyable by preparing dips like ranch and sriracha mayo. 

Spinach Artichoke Dip

Speaking of dips, here’s one that deserves a spot in any Super Bowl snack list. Spinach artichoke dip is healthier than a lot of the other ideas we shared, but that doesn’t mean only your health-conscious guests will be reaching for it. Those hankering for a tasty treat also won’t be left disappointed. 

For an extra healthy snack, you can serve your spinach artichoke dip with vegetable sticks or some whole-grain crackers.

Guacamole and Salsa

guacamole in a white bowl surrounded by lime and tomatoes

Don’t want to serve your guests plain old chips? Enter guacamole and salsa.

Both are great individually, but together, they’re an awesome combination. The creaminess of the avocados, the zestiness of the tomatoes and onions…is your mouth watering yet? 

Add a dash of lime juice, and you’ll turn this dynamic duo even more irresistible!

Stuffed Jalapeños

Turn up the heat with stuffed jalapeños! This Super Bowl snack has just the right kick to it, so don’t be surprised if it gets wolfed down immediately. There’s something about the crisp, bacon-wrapped exterior and the cheesy, savory filling that makes these jalapeños a sure win among your guests.

Pair your stuffed jalapeños with a cool dipping sauce to balance out the heat. 

Deviled Eggs

deviled eggs topped with chives

Protein-packed and filling, deviled eggs are worth considering if you want a sophisticated (yet simple) Super Bowl snack. 

All you have to do is hard boil your eggs, peel them, and add your filling. The filling is what makes deviled eggs a classic at gatherings. Just combine egg yolks, mayo, relish, and mustard for a delightful balance of creaminess, tanginess, and a hint of sweetness. 

You won’t have a problem preparing the deviled eggs in advance — you just need to wait till game day to add the filling to the egg whites and then garnish with chives or paprika. 

Chili Dogs

Complete your game-day spread with chili dogs. Chili dogs are proof you don’t need frills to make folks happy. Juicy hot dogs sandwiched between soft buns, smothered in chili, and topped with shredded cheese and diced onions offer a hearty goodness with every bite. They can be a little (okay, a lot) messy, but they’re so worth the chaos.

Here’s to an Epic Game Day

We hope these Super Bowl snacks we listed down give you plenty of inspo for your gathering. Enjoy the game, savor the snacks, and remember to cross your fingers for your favorite team!

Want more snack inspiration? Make sure to check out our blog!

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