Super Bowl Snacks

Make this the best Super Bowl ever, with winning Super Bowl snack and finger food recipes for chicken wings, potato skins and much more.

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Triple Pork Sliders

Top ground pork and sausage burgers with bacon, lettuce, tomato and a smoky mayonnaise.

Get the Recipe: Triple Pork Sliders

Neelys' Pigs in a Blanket

Wrap mini hot dogs in crescent dough and top with poppy seeds or sesame seeds. Serve these bite-size appetizers with a tangy dipping sauce.

Get the Recipe: Neely's Pigs in a Blanket

Spicy Cheddar Cheese Football

Jeff Mauro turns a cheese ball into a football with a nut and cranberry topping. Draw football laces with Sriracha for an extra kick.

Get the Recipe: Spicy Cheddar Cheese Football

Giada's Pizza Pockets

Use store-bought pizza crust to make Giada De Laurentiis' cute little pizza pockets.

Get the Recipe: Pizza Pockets

Pastrami Football Finger Sandwiches

It's true that good things come in small packages. In this case, mini sandwiches come packed to the max with pickled pepper-studded cheese and smoky pastrami. Tie them up with laces made of cheese, and you've got yourself a winner for your game-day party.

Get the Recipe: Pastrami Football Finger Sandwiches

Layered Buffalo Chicken Dip

Cool crunchy vegetables, tangy blue cheese and even bacon (why not?) add a layer of texture of a creamy, cheesy, comforting dip.

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Buffalo Chicken Dip

This dish is everything you about those classic, zesty wings — but dippable! Chopped carrot and celery sprinkled on top of the dip adds freshness and crunch.

Get the Recipe: Buffalo Chicken Dip

Bacon-Wrapped Water Chestnuts

Soy sauce, smoky bacon and sweet brown sugar dress up water chestnuts for a festive party appetizer. The crunchy centers are a great counter to the crisp, meaty bacon and the sticky-sweet glaze.

Get the Recipe: Bacon-Wrapped Water Chestnuts

Chili Cheese Dip

This festive cheese dip is a classic appetizer for game day or a tailgate, but is equally welcome during a night in with friends.

Get the Recipe: Chili Cheese Dip

Kids Can Make: Pull-Apart Pizza Bread

Kids and adults will have fun making and eating this finger-friendly pizza bread. For big and little kids: Let them help measure, roll and assemble the bread right in the pan.

Get the Recipe: Kids Can Make: Pull-Apart Pizza Bread

Lasagna Cupcakes

With a flaky wonton crust, these lasagna bites may look delicate, but they've got enough hearty meat sauce and satisfying ricotta to power any Super Bowl extravaganza. A nonstick cupcake pan will come in handy for creating the perfect shape.

Get the Recipe: Lasagna Cupcakes

Cheesy Chicken Empanadas

The Neelys' cheese- and chicken-filled empanadas start with refrigerated pie dough to save on prep time.

Get the Recipe: Cheesy Chicken Empanadas

Smoked Gouda-Chorizo Jalapeno Poppers

Sunny Anderson browns chorizo before mixing with cheese, red onion, egg, cream cheese, sour cream and hot sauce. Press into jalapeno halves and bake until bubbly.

Get the Recipe: Smoked Gouda-Chorizo Jalapeno Poppers

Party Sausage Pizza Rolls

This recipe goes overtime on flavor with all the tasty elements of a slice of sausage pizza rolled into a hand-held party treat — and more zesty sauce on the sidelines for dipping.

Get the Recipe: Party Sausage Pizza Rolls

Kids Can Make: Mac 'n' Cheese Bites

Miniaturize this kids' favorite meal into party-sized poppers. For big and little kids: Let them help measure the ingredients, stir them together and fill the muffin liners. You can make the snacks a day in advance, and warm them up at 350 degrees F for about 5 minutes.

Get the Recipe: Kids Can Make: Mac 'n' Cheese Bites

Lightened-Up Slow-Cooker Chicken Buffalo Dip

Buffalo chicken party dip usually comes with bragging rights for an indulgent amount of fat. This slow-cooker version is full of the same big flavors, but with fewer calories and less fat.

Get the Recipe: Lightened-Up Slow-Cooker Chicken Buffalo Dip

Big Game Pizza Ball

This is completely gratuitous, but completely tasty. This is a slightly more elegant way to get your pizza fix while you yell at the TV.

Get the Recipe: Big Game Pizza Ball

Rachael's Chorizo and Shrimp Quesadillas with Smoky Guacamole

For a simple finger food, try Rachael's quick and easy quesadillas.

Get the Recipe: Chorizo and Shrimp Quesadillas with Smoky Guacamole

Alton's Buffalo Wings

Alton's wings are baked, not fried, so they're easier to make but just as tasty as the original.

Get the Recipe: Buffalo Wings

Alton's Homemade Soft Pretzels

Alton's secret to perfect homemade pretzels is to boil them before baking, like bagels.

Get the Recipe: Homemade Soft Pretzels

Rachael's Lucky 7 Layer Dip

Jarred salsas and canned beans take the work out of this amazing 7-layer dip.

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Six Layers and a Chip Dip

This take on party mainstay 7-layer dip is healthier than the original, thanks to homemade refried beans and Greek yogurt topping, but it still packs a powerful punch of flavor.

Get the Recipe: Six Layers and a Chip Dip

Guacamole with Cumin-Dusted Tortilla Chips

Bobby uses a molcajete — the Mexican version of a mortar and pestle — to grind his guac to the perfect consistency. Ditch the bag of chips and pair the spread with these wow-worthy homemade dippers.

Get the Recipe: Guacamole with Cumin Dusted Tortillas

Tyler's Grilled Beef Satay

Spicy beef skewers make great party food.

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Chicken-Ham Croquettes

Serve these meaty croquettes with some sweet and zesty honey mustard for an irresistible Super Bowl snack. For added richness, soak the ham in whole milk for an hour before preparing the meat mixture.

Get the Recipe: Chicken-Ham Croquettes

50 Party-Ready Dips

Vanquish that bowl of chips with one of our 50 new dip recipes, from simple standbys like salsa, hummus and bean dip to dressed-up bowls of fondue and hot crab dip.

Game-Day Ideas: 50 Game-Day Dips

A Super Bowl for the Big Game

Short on serving dishes? Coat snack mix with fluffy egg whites, form the shape of a bowl and bake until brown. Use it to serve up snacks, then snack on the serving dish!

Get the Recipe: Super Bowl

French Onion Dip

Caramelized onions give this creamy dip an extra-rich flavor.

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Salad on a Stick

The best way to make salad macho? Serve it up on a stick, alongside a big bowl of your favorite blue cheese dressing — no forks required.

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Alton Brown's Buffalo Wings

Alton’s Buffalo wings keep it simple and tasty with a classic combination of butter, garlic and hot sauce.

Get the Recipe: Alton Brown's Buffalo Wings

Almost-Famous Green Bean Fries

Instead of reaching for a regular old potato fry, try these crispy Almost-Famous Green Bean Fries with a kicky ranch dip full of horseradish, wasabi and cooling chopped cucumber.

Get the Recipe: Almost-Famous Green Bean Fries

Spicy Papaya Guacamole

Try adding some diced papaya to your guacamole for a fun addition. The creamy and sweet papaya pairs perfectly with smooth avocado and spicy habanero chiles.

Get the Recipe: Spicy Papaya Guacamole

Guy's Tequila-Lime Wings

Guy Fieri coats wings with an off-the-hook sauce of lime, tequila, agave, cumin and adobo, adding chopped cilantro before serving for a final, fresh touch.

Get the Recipe: Guy Fieri's Tequila-Lime Wings

Bobby Flay's Hot Wings With Blue Cheese-Yogurt Sauce

Tossed in a glaze of ancho chili powder, vinegar, chipotle, New Mexico chilies, mustard and honey, Bobby’s wings are out of this world. A creamy yogurt and blue cheese dip and jicama sticks make for a cooling counterpart.

Get the Recipe: Bobby Flay's Hot Wings with Blue Cheese-Yogurt Sauce

Poblano Stuffed With Chorizo, Shrimp and Rice

Guy bakes his poblanos and then stuffs them with a mixture of rice, chorizo, peppers, jalapeno, onions, garlic and shrimp.

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Tyler's Teriyaki Chicken Wings

Be sure to pat dry your wings for a perfect, crispy skin; Tyler bakes his and then tosses them with a sweet and savory teriyaki sauce.

Get the Recipe: Teriyaki Chicken Wings

Tyler's Guacamole

Tyler Florence adds a little heat to his guac with sliced serrano chiles.

Get the Recipe: Guacamole

Fried Buffalo Wings With Blue Cheese Dip

Fry wings in batches until cooked through and deep golden brown before serving with a blue cheese dip.

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Baked Buffalo Wings With Blue Cheese-Yogurt Dip

Use nonfat Greek yogurt as the base for a lighter dip for these wings.

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Chile-Rubbed Wings

These fiery wings can be made in three different levels of heat: hot, hotter and hottest.

Get the Recipe: Chile-Rubbed Wings

Guy's Pepperoni Pretzels

Follow Guy's lead and make homemade pretzels the star of your football-watching get-together.

Get the Recipe: Pepperoni Pretzels

Hot Artichoke-Spinach Dip

This lighter version of artichoke and spinach dip uses low-fat mozzarella cheese and Neufchatel cream cheese.

Get the Recipe: Hot Artichoke-Spinach Dip

Antipasto Platter

There is little that's more impressive than a perfect antipasto platter to start a party — it takes watching the game to a whole new level.

Get the Recipe: Antipasto Platter

Bacon Wrapped Scallops with Spicy Mayo

Tyler's appetizer may look fancy but it is super easy to make.

Get the Recipe: Bacon Wrapped Scallops with Spicy Mayo

Spicy Guacamole with Mango

Marcela kicks up creamy avocado with serrano or jalapeno chile peppers then complements the heat with a diced mango and lime juice.

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Fauxritos

Why? Because if you can make your own guilty pleasures there should be no guilt involved!

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Potato Pinchos

Spanish tapas bars typically serve pinchos, bite-size snacks held together with toothpicks (pincho means "spike" in Spanish). These come together in just 10 minutes.

Get the Recipe: Potato Pinchos

Stuffed Mushrooms with Sausage

Tyler makes a sausage stuffing with raisins, olives, pine nuts, parsley and garlic to fill large white mushrooms.

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Buffalo Chicken Dip

Get all the flavors of Buffalo chicken wings, in a dip. Mix shredded chicken, hot sauce, celery seeds and cream cheese and bake until bubbly.

Get the Recipe: Buffalo Chicken Dip

Jalapeno Hushpuppies

Trisha Yearwood adds diced jalapeno peppers to the batter for her spicy hushpuppies. Go one step further and serve these bites with hot sauce.

Get the Recipe: Jalapeno Hushpuppies

Grilled Shrimp with Orange-Habanero Mojo

Grill skewered shrimp in garlic and oil and then serve with a sauce made from orange juice, olive oil, pickled habaneros, garlic, cilantro and mustard.

Get the Recipe: Grilled Shrimp With Orange-Habanero Mojo

Buffalo Chicken Subs

You'll need a 36-inch loaf of soft French or Italian bread to make Jeff Mauro's sandwich that will feed a crowd.

Get the Recipe: Buffalo Chicken Subs

Spicy Cornbread Muffins

Poblano and Fresno chile peppers bring a kick of heat to these cornbread muffins. The Neelys recommend cutting around the seeds; the muffins will be hot enough without them.

Get the Recipe: Spicy Cornbread Muffins

Cheesy Onion Artichoke Dip

Use light mayonnaise and part-skim mozzarella in this cheesy dip so you can indulge on game day, guilt-free.

Get the Recipe: Cheesy Onion Artichoke Dip

7-Layer Greek Meze Dip

Take all of the elements of a traditional meze spread and prepare them as an easy-to-scoop dip. Layer classic Mediterranean ingredients like crumbled feta, fresh vegetables, tzatziki and hummus.

Get the Recipe: 7-Layer Greek Meze Dip

7-Layer Deviled Egg Dip

Prepare a creamy egg salad mixture with sour cream, dill and whole-grain mustard before layering it with corn relish, paprika dressing, pimiento cheese and more.

Get the Recipe: 7-Layer Deviled Egg Dip

7-Layer Thai Chicken Dip

A peanut sauce made with ginger, Sriracha and honey gives a spicy kick to this Thai-inspired dip that gets nice crunch from diced cucumbers and fried rice noodles.

Get the Recipe: 7-Layer Thai Chicken Dip

7-Layer Italian Hero Dip

Enjoy all the meaty flavor of an Italian hero by cutting cured meat — salami, soppressata or prosciutto — into strips, then layering it between creamy Italian dressing and provolone cheese.

Get the Recipe: 7-Layer Italian Hero Dip

Nachos

Loaded, cheesy nachos are a staple item at any game-day gathering. But should you fry or bake the tortilla chips? Food Network Kitchens doles out tips for perfectly crisp results using either method.

Get the Recipe: Nachos

Shrimp Spring Rolls

Everyone loves these crunchy, delicate spring rolls. The sweet-and-spicy sauce can be used for other fried goodies, like shrimp or chicken tenders.

Get the Recipe: Shrimp Spring Rolls

Oven-Fried Onion Rings

Jeff's panko-coated onion rings are perfectly crisp but without the grease of the typical fried iteration. For smoky flavor, add a bit of smoked paprika to the flour mixture.

Get the Recipe: Oven Fried Onion Rings

Sweet-and-Sour Pork Sliders

Moist pork tenderloin is topped with an Asian-inspired sauce and crunchy homemade slaw, then sandwiched inside a sweet Hawaiian bun. Orange juice adds tang, while soy sauce adds a nice salty kick to the tenderloin marinade. 

Get the Recipe: Sweet and Sour Pork Sliders

Roasted Eggplant Spread

Roasted veggies are blended with lemon juice and tahini in this spreadable Mediterranean sampler. Make extra to dollop inside turkey or vegetarian wraps.

Get the Recipe: Roasted Eggplant Spread

Beer-Battered Cremini Mushrooms

Fluffy on the outside and meaty on the inside, these mushrooms are sure to be a hit, especially when served with Giada's lemon-mustard mayo.   

Get the Recipe: Beer-Battered Cremini Mushrooms

Reuben Pigs in Blankets

A touch of sauerkraut is all you need to give these beef cocktail franks great flavor.

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Pizza Pigs in a Blanket

Refrigerated pizza dough is the key to these Italian sausage dogs dipped in marinara and topped with Parmesan.

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Sweet Potato Strings with Beet Ketchup

If you like super-crunchy fries, you'll love these sweet potato ones dipped in a gourmet sauce. A blend of beets and olive oil plus a few unexpected ingredients like allspice and ginger turn a classic ketchup into something special.

Get the Recipe: Sweet Potato Strings with Beet Ketchup

Mini Chorizo Corn Dogs

Chorizo sausages and cornmeal come together for a bite-size party.

Get the Recipe: Mini Chorizo Corn Dogs

Soft Pretzels

Warm water, butter, brown sugar, yeast, flour and baking soda are all that's needed to make this quintessential stadium snack at home from scratch. Once fried, sprinkle the pretzels with salt, bake until golden brown and serve the traditional way — with some tangy Dijon mustard.

Get the Recipe: Soft Pretzels

Six-Foot Nachos

Forget the 6-foot sub and make your hungry game-day crowd these colorful nachos instead. 

Get the Recipe: Six-Foot Nachos

Taco Dip

This version of a game-day favorite is super-simple to make. Make the beef-and-bean mixture a day ahead, then just reheat and top.

Get the Recipe: Taco Dip

Queso Dip

This crowd-pleasing cheese dip is ultra-simple to make and easy to upgrade with toppings.

Get the Recipe: Queso Dip

French Toast Pigs in a Blanket

Breakfast sausage links and a maple syrup dipping sauce make this recipe a fun breakfast alternative.

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Lettuce Wraps

These super-colorful Asian-inspired wraps are the perfect appetizers for a crowd.

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Biscuit-Wrapped Fried Chicken

This easy version of chicken and waffles uses hot sauce in the marinade for a kick of spice.

Get the Recipe: Biscuit-Wrapped Fried Chicken

Blue Cheese and Bacon Truffles

Giada's party-ready snack is a savory twist on a typically sweet treat. Instead of chocolate or coconut, these truffles rely on sharp cheese, smoky bacon and crunchy pretzels. 

Get the Recipe: Blue Cheese and Bacon Truffles

Caramelized Onion Dip

Trisha's version on this classic gets extra depth from carefully cooked onions, vinegar and (if you like) a few dashes of hot sauce.

Get the Recipe: Caramelized Onion Dip

Jalapeno-Stuffed Curly Dogs

Giant-sized pigs in blankets get a jalapeno kick in Trisha's kitchen.

Get the Recipe: Jalapeno-Stuffed Curly Dogs

Kim's Black-Eyed Pea Dip

Serve Trisha's Southern take on bean dip in a slow cooker to keep it warm.

Get the Recipe: Kim's Black-Eyed Pea Dip

Pistachio Cheese Dip

Toasted pistachios are a hearty surprise in Trisha's take on a cheesy dip.

Get the Recipe: Pistachio Cheese Dip

Make-Ahead Sandwich Rolls

Serving Ree Drummond's roll-ups with mayo and mustard on the side means you can make them in the morning and they still won't be soggy at game time.

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Hot Corn Chile Dip

Make Ree's cheesy, party-ready dip ahead, and reheat it when you're ready, so fellow football fans can dive in during the big game without a big fuss in the kitchen.

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