Showstopping Super Bowl Snacks
Looking for something special to feed the fans at your Super Bowl party? These upper level game day snacks would be right at home in the luxury suites. Add them to your regular lineup of football party faves and watch the crowd go wild.
Buffalo Chicken Nacho Bowl
"You can throw this together rather quickly, says Chef Mo. "Love the layers of different cheeses on top!" We agree — rotisserie chicken under a blanket of bubbling cheeses and jalapeño peppers is a winner every time.
Mexican-Style Deviled Eggs
There's something definitively luscious about the look and taste of deviled eggs. The southwestern influence in this recipe is evident in the use of cayenne pepper and chile peppers to give a delicious edge to this satisfying finger food.
Vietnamese Grilled Lemongrass Chicken
The peppery sweetness of this recipe demands an audience. Chicken thighs are pounded out and marinated in minced garlic, fish sauce, and brown sugar. Reviewers suggest doubling the amount of lemongrass for a more impactful flavor.
Papa Drexler's Bavarian Pretzels
Sausage Stuffed Mushrooms
A 3-ingredient recipe that results in an elegant game day hors d'oeuvre. Don't expect leftovers when you prepare mushroom caps stuffed with velvety cream cheese and and ground pork.
Duck Fat Steak Fries
You'll never go wrong with duck fat. Russet potatoes are tossed with cayenne and thyme for a brilliantly flavored snack. The crispy skin and wonderfully tender insides will win everyone over, regardless of who they're rooting for.
Cilantro Edamame Hummus
"This is my family's new favorite hummus, says Kathy Small. I used 1/4 cup of tahini and used dried cilantro but otherwise made no other alterations. Great stuff!" This vibrant dish will bring a welcome lightness to a game day spread of fried fare.
Spicy Brussels Sprout Chips
This fiery vegetable chip was born to be paired with a cold beer. Dijon mustard is the key here — its earthiness grounds the sea salt and red pepper flakes for an addictive effect. A delightful crunch to keep the edge off during a close game.
Coconut Flour Chocolate Brownies
This treat's gluten-free status doesn't keep it from being decadent. "I made this recipe because I bought my first bag of coconut flour and I wanted to see what I could use it for," says Lynda Sun. "And I have to say I LOVED this recipe and it turned out perfect!"
Applesauce Doughnuts with Buttermilk
Small, spiced doughnut holes produce maximum flavor. Buttermilk gives a subtle tang to these crowd-friendly treats. No rising necessary—just wonderful treats that your guests will love in under an hour!