My Super Bowl appetizers are an amazing list of my favorite finger foods and easy-to-eat apps that are perfect for game day parties! I’ve got delicious dips, crunchy chips, and some unique starters all made better by the people you share them with! Your fellow football fans are sure to enjoy any of these hearty snacks!
Best Super Bowl Appetizers & Snacks To Serve
There’s nothing like getting family and friends together to gather around the T.V. on Super Bowl Sunday! Whether you’re there for the game, the halftime show, or the food, the Super Bowl is one of the few times every year that everyone comes together in one place.
Because everyone is going to be fixated on the T.V. and there are often more people than there are chairs, finger foods are the unofficial food of the Super Bowl. No one wants a sit-down dinner; they want things they can carry on a paper plate or grab and go!
A tasty list of 20+ incredibly easy appetizers to serve up on Super Bowl Sunday!
- Best Super Bowl Appetizers & Snacks To Serve
- 20+ Of The Best Appetizers for Super Bowl Sunday
- 1. Crack Chicken
- 2. Lil Smokies Pigs In A Blanket
- 3. Potato Chips
- 4. Nachos Supreme
- 5. Cheese & Bacon Turnovers
- 6. Air Fryer Frozen Chicken Wings
- 7. Charcuterie Board
- 8. French Onion Dip
- 9. Fried Pickles
- 10. Potato Skins
- 11. Irish Nachos
- 12. Creamy Guacamole
- 13. Stuffed Pizza Rollups
- 14. 7 Layer Dip
- 15. Spinach Artichoke Dip
- 16. Buffalo Chicken Dip
- 17. Ranch Roasted Potatoes
- 18. Crab Cakes
- 19. Roasted Bone Marrow
- 20. Sour Cream Chip Dip
- 21. Sausage Cream Cheese Dip
- 📋 Recipe
20+ Of The Best Appetizers for Super Bowl Sunday
If your wondering what snacks to eat during the Super Bowl, I've got you covered with a variety that is sure to please!
If it’s your year to host the Super Bowl party (or you host it every year and need some fresh ideas), check out this list of easy foods for football fanatics!
1. Crack Chicken
A favorite at all my family gatherings, crack chicken is easy to make, versatile, and downright addicting. Cream cheese, bacon, chicken, and ranch come together to make a totally tasty and creamy concoction that can be used in a number of ways.
The easiest is to use it with chips as a dip! You can also spread it on bread as a sandwich, or on mini burger buns as sliders! Best of all, you can set it and forget it in the crock pot.
2. Lil Smokies Pigs In A Blanket
One of my favorite ways to feed a crowd, this pigs in a blanket are made with Lil Smokies sausages! They are super easy to make, and you can make a lot of them. Serve them up with any of your favorite dipping sauces and watch them disappear!
3. Potato Chips
Rather than plopping a bag of chips on the table, take it one step further and make your own in the air fryer! Homemade potato chips have a taste that far surpasses their pre-packaged counterparts. They are super easy to make, the hardest part is slicing the potatoes. They work great with dips, too!
4. Nachos Supreme
Nachos are a traditional game day food and rightfully so! You can make a platter of nachos as large or as small as you need. Offer toppings on the side or go ahead and pile them on. It’s really up to you and what works for your party!
Sometimes, we offer up the chips and cheese and let everyone build their nachos themselves from a selection of toppings!
5. Cheese & Bacon Turnovers
Cheese, bacon, delicious puff pastry, what could go wrong? These cheese and bacon turnovers are easy to make and great for grabbing and eating on the go.
Melted cheese and salty bacon wrapped up in pastry will be a favorite for all ages.
6. Air Fryer Frozen Chicken Wings
Healthier and quicker than deep-frying, chicken wings cooked in an air fryer are a great option for serving a crowd during the big game! The air fryer makes the skin perfectly crisp without any monitoring on your part.
Whip up an easy wing sauce with Frank’s Red Hot and butter and use a bag of frozen wings (or a mixture of wings and drumettes) for the ultimate easy app!
7. Charcuterie Board
This list would not be complete without a charcuterie board! The ultimate party snack tray, charcuterie boards are totally trending. Charcuterie companies are popping up all over the place.
Rather than paying a pretty penny to have one made, make your own at home that could rival the professionals! It’s surprisingly easy and has something for everyone to graze on.
8. French Onion Dip
A beloved and classic dip that’s great for chips or veggies, French onion dip makes an appearance at most football parties. All you need to make your own is sour cream, dried minced onions, and seasoning!
Its quick and easy to make, so you can focus on making more apps and sides to add to your Super Bowl Sunday spread.
9. Fried Pickles
It’s easy to eat 100 fried pickles, so make a few batches and serve them up with some homemade ranch! Fried pickles are a favorite for all ages.
They’re easy to load up onto a plate and mindlessly snack on while you watch the game. Perfectly seasoned breading and tangy pickles are a match made in heaven!
10. Potato Skins
A slightly heartier app that is equally easy to carry around is potato skins! Everyone loves potatoes, and they’re made even better when turned into crispy vessels for all your favorite potato toppings! They’re good dipped in just about everything.
11. Irish Nachos
If you’ve never heard of Irish nachos, you’re really missing out. Think nachos but made with sliced potatoes instead of chips! What’s not to like?
It’s another easy app that can be dipped, scooped, or topped however you like. Add some crispy bacon, and you’ll have a unique snack that will have everyone talking.
12. Creamy Guacamole
It’s no surprise that guac made this list. A good guacamole and chips are almost a requirement of any Super Bowl party. This recipe makes a smooth, creamy guac with the perfect amount of “zing”! Show off your guac skills to your family and friends.
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13. Stuffed Pizza Rollups
Pizza roll ups are exactly what they sound like. Made with fluffy crescent rolls and stuffed with melted cheese, salami, and pepperoni, these roll ups are like a high-class hot pocket with twice the flavor!
They aren’t time-consuming to make, and they are easy to carry around.
14. 7 Layer Dip
Once you make a good 7 layer dip, it’s going to be your go-to for all get-togethers. A combination of all your favorite dips and toppings (refried beans, guac, cheese, salsa, tomatoes, cheese, and black olives), 7 layer dip covers all the bases.
It’s visually appealing and easy to put together. Plus, it tastes good warm or cold!
15. Spinach Artichoke Dip
Last but certainly not least on our list of tasty Super Bowl appetizers, spinach and artichoke dip is a must-have! Many of the other dip worthy dishes on this list will taste great dunked into spinach and artichoke dip!
A few simple ingredients, and you can tell all your guests you made it from scratch!
16. Buffalo Chicken Dip
Tasty buffalo ranch chicken dip is as easy to make as it is addictive! This is a fan-favorite snack that's perfect for dipping with chips, crackers, or (my favorite) celery sticks!
17. Ranch Roasted Potatoes
Skip the dipping sauce entirely with these flavor-packed potatoes! Serve them as a snack and get rave reviews at any occasion!
Their hearty flavor makes them perfect for serving during Super Bowl!
18. Crab Cakes
I can't resist sharing at least one (or more) seafood appetizers whenever I'm entertaining and Super Bowl Sunday is no exception! These classic crab cakes are always popular and they're really easy to make too!
19. Roasted Bone Marrow
Looking for something different that the guys in your life will enjoy?! Try some roasted bone marrow with crostini or crackers! The rich deliciousness will convince you to treat yourself to bone marrow more often!
20. Sour Cream Chip Dip
When you need a fantastically easy chip dip or party dip that absolutely everyone loves, this is the dip to serve! I don't skip sharing this easy sour cream dip every time I'm hosting game day!
21. Sausage Cream Cheese Dip
This rich, hearty dip is so flavorful that it's no surprise why it's always such a popular party food! If you're only making a few appetizers this Super Bowl, make sure to grab what you need for this amazing chip dip!
I hope that this complete list of tasty appetizers helped you celebrate the Super Bowl Sunday with all the right snacks! Let me know what your favorites were by leaving a comment below!
Best Super Bowl Appetizers: Deviled Ham Dip (+More Great Snack Recipes To Make!)
- 1 ½ cups ham (cooked, cubed)
- 3 tablespoon mayonnaise
- 2 teaspoon yellow mustard
- 5 drops hot pepper sauce
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
- 1 teaspoon onion powder
- ½ teaspoon ground black pepper
- ½ teaspoon paprika
- ¼ teaspoon celery salt
- ¼ cup onion (optional - yellow or white onion, finely chopped or diced)
- ¼ cup celery (optional - finely chopped or diced)
- Use a food processor to grind the cubed cooked ham down to a finer consistency. Pulse until the ham reaches a dry ground ham appearance (but not so much that it turns to a paste).1 ½ cups ham
- Transfer the ham to a large mixing bowl and add the mayonnaise, yellow mustard, hot pepper sauce, garlic powder, onion powder, ground black pepper, paprika, and celery salt. *Add optional ingredients if desired.3 tablespoon mayonnaise, 2 teaspoon yellow mustard, 5 drops hot pepper sauce, 1 teaspoon garlic powder, 1 teaspoon onion powder, ½ teaspoon ground black pepper, ½ teaspoon paprika, ¼ teaspoon celery salt, ¼ cup onion, ¼ cup celery
- Mix until well combined then cover with plastic cling film and refrigerate to chill before serving.
- If you can finely chop your cooked ham to a desired consistency, then go right ahead and skip using a food processor to break up the ham.
- A scant pinch of caraway seeds is another optional addition.
Angela is an at home chef that developed a passion for all things cooking and baking at a young age in her Grandma's kitchen. After many years in the food service industry, she now enjoys sharing all of her family favorite recipes and creating tasty dinner and amazing dessert recipes here at Bake It With Love!