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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Pizza Dip, 3 Ways

Take one classic dip and customize it with your favorite pizza toppings — think pepperoni, artichokes, mushrooms, olives and ricotta. Warm mozzarella sticks make easy dippers.

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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.

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Lettuce Wraps

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

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Breakfast Cinnamon Roll Pigs in Blankets

This sweet version of the classic savory appetizer is just as addicting as its cocktail-party cousin. Cinnamon roll dough wraps around breakfast sausage, and a drizzle of icing and maple syrup for dipping make the bundles ideal for a breakfast gathering.

Get the Recipe: Breakfast Cinnamon Roll Pigs-in-a-Blanket

Cheeseburger Nachos

If you can't decide between serving nachos or cheeseburgers at your next party, then don't! Top homemade chips with all the bacony, cheesy and meaty flavors of a great burger.

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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.

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Jamaican Meat Pie Footballs

What better way to celebrate the big game than with a spicy meat-filled patty shaped like a football? Nothing is wasted here — even the puff pastry scraps are used to make laces.

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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.

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Giant Pig-in-a-Blanket

This slice-and-serve pig-in-a-blanket is gigantic indeed. Stuffed with breakfast sausage and ham and rolled in crescent dough, it's great for game day or even breakfast.

Get the Recipe: Giant Pig-in-a-Blanket

Cheesesteak Empanadas

These flaky empanadas are filled with all the fixins of Philly's famous cheesesteaks. A spicy cheese sauce for dipping on the side is the winning touch.

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Taco Salad Bites

Take everything you love about your favorite taco salad — zesty ground beef, smooth sour cream and, of course, a crunchy tortilla shell — and make these irresistible bite-size apps.

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Six-Foot Nachos

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

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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.

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Queso Dip

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

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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. 

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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.

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Jalapeno-Stuffed Curly Dogs

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

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Kim's Black-Eyed Pea Dip

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

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Pistachio Cheese Dip

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

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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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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.

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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

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