9 Super-Sized Snacks Perfect for Watching the Big Game

Go the whole nine yards with these touchdown-worthy bites.

Food Network Kitchen's Six Foot Nachos, as seen on Food Network.

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Stephen Johnson, 2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Are you ready for some football?! Whether you're rooting for the Patriots or the Rams to win the big game next Sunday, one thing is for sure: your watch party is bound to be one for the record books with these loaded-up snacks, dips and treats. We've got something for everyone on your team, from nacho fans to dessert lovers — and it's all perfect for anyone who, you know, just came for the food.

You won't need to worry about hangry guests thanks to this colossal spread of crispy-crunchy nachos. Each colored section is filled with delicious toppings like juicy tomatoes, fiery chiles and crumbly cheese. Set it up on a 7-foot-long table or kitchen countertop and watch the games begin!

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Food Network Kitchen’s Giant Pig-in-a-Blanket, as seen on Food Network.

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Renee Comet

No fumbles to see here – this giant, and ultra-flaky, pigs-in-a-blanket creation is bound to be a winner with your team. Fill it with breakfast sausage and deli ham and serve with some honey mustard for a brilliant game-day breakfast or halftime snack.

Cheering and jeering at the TV is a must when watching the Super Bowl, and so is this ridiculously creamy pizza ball from former Food Network Star winner, Justin Warner. As a finishing touch, fill your cheesy ball with tomato sauce and cover it with pepperoni slices. Serve with pita triangles for a quick dippable treat in between quarters.

Giada De Laurentiis' Sweet and Sour Pork Sliders for Food Network's Giada at Home

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Alice Gao, 2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Warning: Your guests may try to sack whoever grabs the last of these mouthwatering sliders from your kitchen table. Giada De Laurentiis adds 1/2 cup of orange juice, orange zest and fresh ginger to her soy sauce marinade to give her pork a tangy-meets-salty kick.

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If you've never tried Tyler Florence's chicken wings before, we can guarantee once you do you'll be rushing back to the kitchen for more. Tyler uses ketchup, grapefruit juice and red chiles to amp up his teriyaki sauce with a finger-licking punch.

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©2012, Food Network

2012, Food Network

Not only are these cheesy stuffed quesadillas quick and easy to make, they're also pretty healthy, too! In just 28 minutes, these juicy triangles are ready to go. Top them with sour cream and zesty salsa and serve them with some frothy beer to score a touchdown with your squad.

Take your game day bash to the next level with these golden potato skins from Valerie Bertinelli. Valerie fills her hallowed out potatoes with oozy beer cheese for a decadent splurge.

Get everybody ready for kickoff with these festive gelatin shots. To make the sweet and creamy topping, whisk heavy cream with confectioners' sugar, tequila and lime zest. Top with lime wedges and knock it back as the official whistle blows.

Food Network Pull Apart Touchdown Cupcakes

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Marshall Troy , FOOD NETWORK : 2012,Television Food Network,G.P.

These game-day-ready cupcakes are sure to make you the MVP of your Super Bowl shindig. To make the turf-like "field," simply spread your peanut butter icing across all the cupcakes in one continuous motion and top with dark green jimmies. Use two different colored groups of gummy bears to represent your opposing teams and adhere chocolate-covered cookie sticks together to form each goal post. To show-off even more team pride, place overflowing bowls of these NFL-inspired candy mixes around your spread.

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