Super Bowl Snacks time! Thought I would put together a little collection of my favorite gameday snacks! From delicious sliders to mouthwatering dips, there’s a little something for everyone!
If you were a child of the 90s, there’a good chance you grew up going to Chili’s! That’s where I first became obsessed with chicken bacon ranch quesadillas. They’re made with rotisserie chicken, store bought ranch and crispy bacon with tons of cheese. Best of all, they’re easy to make and they hold up well over time.
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These Brown Sugar Dijon Baked Ham & Cheese Sliders are one of my most popular recipes. I first had them at my besties house growing up every Christmas. Until a few years ago, I had no idea they were called funeral sandwiches. But I did some research and learned the history! I found out that it’s tradition to bring these tasty southern sandwiches to friends and family after a loved one has passed because they’re so comforting!
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Talk about old school! Sure, this is mostly a Christmas recipe but who doesn’t love a cheese ball?! And this classic rendition can be made with either dried beef or chopped salami!
I don’t know why I always want egg rolls while sports are on. Maybe it’s the crunchy shell and the savory stuffing and the sweet dip that just covers all the bases! These Vietnamese inspired egg rolls are stuffed with pork and lemongrass and they’re so flavorful! They make such good Super Bowl Snacks!
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You may remember this dip under a new name but I recently changed it because let’s be real… calling something crack isn’t cool! This creamy corn dip has tons of cheese and ranch dressing. I love it with sweet and savory chips but you can serve it with any chips your heart desires!
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When I tell you that it’s impossible to just eat one of these, TRUST ME! Every single time I make them, I probably eat 12 of them in a row and then wish I would have saved some for somebody else! I love them stuffed with blue cheese but you could also just leave them unstuffed! Both are totally delicious!
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Are potato wedges a good superbowl appetizer? YOU BET! They’re crispy on the outside and tender in the middle. Plus, I share my special seasoning technique that makes them taste just like they’re from a restaurant! Serve with ketchup or a variety of tasty dips!
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I love making a big platter of tacos for entertaining! And since I know there’s a snowstorm up north, I made this recipe on the stovetop so you can make them no matter if you have a grill or not!
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Here’s another one of those recipes that I just can’t stop eating!!! They make one of the perfect Super Bowl Snacks! These sausage balls are loaded with cheese and baked until crispy perfection! I highly recommend you serve my sweet chili mayo and it cuts the heat perfectly!!
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Trader Joe’s Cheap Cheese Plate
I created this cheap cheese plate guide for Rachael Ray Magazine a few years ago and it still slaps! It’s loaded with quick tips and tasty pairings to make creating a cheese board an affordable breeze!
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I love love love jerk chicken! And best of all, you can make a big batch of this recipe and serve them on tiny slider rolls which makes them the perfect pop-able appetizer! They’ve got the perfect bit of sweet heat and they’re a great alternative to regular chicken salad!
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We love making deviled eggs for game days! And this Cajun inspired recipe is the bomb! They’re spicy and rich and they’re easy to make! Everyone will love them!
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Although these stuffed mushrooms are vegetarian, even meat eaters will love them! they’re packed full of cheese, caramelized onions, peppers and tons of Creole Spice. I recommend serving them with ranch dressing for dipping!
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With more and more people skipping meat these days, these vegetarian cauliflower tacos are must! Crispy cauliflower is oven roasted and tossed in buffalo sauce. They’re then filled with crunchy celery and carrot salsa and topped with blue cheese and ranch! They’re so good!
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Back in college, we would always go to this one restaurant to devour a fat stack of loaded buffalo fries! Crispy waffle fries are tossed in buffalo sauce and melty cheese. On top, there’s ranch, blue cheese and scallions to make it extra delicoius!
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I absolutely love these curried sweet potato empanadas! They remind me of samosas with a twist! I highly recommend serving my green apple chutney to go along with them. I basically drink the dipping sauce when I make it!
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My family always makes these easy sausage rolls during the holidays but there’s no reason they can’t be enjoyed during game day! They’re super easy to make and they are so flavorful! Plus, the rosemary garlic dipping sauce can be used on tons of other tasty recipes, too!
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This baked brie recipe is so classic! Fig jam, dried figs, brie cheese, crunchy puff pastry and rosemary! Just wrap it all up and bake it until golden brown! I like to serve with honey and toasted baguettes for dipping!
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I know these might not be your average Super Bowl Snack. But trust me, THEY SLAP! I like serving with a little bit of sour cream and some sauerkraut! They’re bite sized and so delicious!
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And because I had to have one noodle recipe on here, I figured I should share this Thai inspired Noodle Salad! It’s sweet, savory, crunchy and so good! My husband asks for it once a week, too! It makes the perfect carby side dish that your family will love!
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