Football Appetizers are a great way to feed guests and yourselves during the big game. With the Super Bowl coming up, it’s a great time to think about snacks and start planning that important menu.
We’ve got you covered with these mouthwatering list of Top 15 Appetizers as well as fun and easy Desserts too.
Super Bowl appetizers are almost mandatory in some homes. With all of the excitement of the game, the lengthy commercials, and half time show, you will get hungry. Finding easy Super Bowl appetizers keeps you out of the kitchen so you can stay in front of the tv.
Staying in front of the tv is great because you don’t want to miss a moment. But staying on the couch can be bad for your health so make sure to get up and move during the game or commercials. You can stand in place and do a small workout every once in a while to keep your blood flow going!
Keeping your body moving is also a great way to help burn off those added calories because we all know that game day snacks aren’t necessarily the healthiest. Football food is usually seen as greasy, cheesy, salty, or covered in sauce. But they’re delicious and easy to eat with your fingers, so taking a day to pig out once in a while is a nice break from routine.
We’ve made this fantastic FREE Printable to help you burn those calories while your are cheering on your favorite team!
15 Winning Appetizers for the Super Bowl
An easy creamy cheese dip that goes great with a salty tortilla chip, soft pretzels, taquitos or poured over chips to make nachos.
Another great dip idea for those tortilla chips. Step away from the standard salsas and embrace a new recipe that will show your guests that you know what you’re doing in the kitchen.
This creamy and savory dip is great when served with sliced baguette and helps to bring another filling finger food to the table.
Sliders are so easy to make and these BBQ chicken sliders are no different. You can prepare multiple sandwiches in such a short period of time, perfect for feeding a crowd.
Tater tots are such an incredible finger food as-is but when you serve it on a kabob stick you not only help to keep the food portioned and easy to serve, but you show off some real hosting skills.
Another incredible slider idea that’s savory, salty and sweet. A great addition to the party and it’s such a simple option too!
When you think of football appetizers the chances are high that chicken wings will find their way onto your list. These BBQ chicken wings can help you bring the traditional and popular appetizer to your table without needing to order for delivery.
While pizza itself may not be a football appetizer, this pizza dip is! A creamy and savory pizza flavored cheese dip that goes great with bread could be exactly what you need to add to your game day snacks.
These quick and easy Teriyaki Meatballs are a perfect 2 bite appetizer and making this recipe is super quick. To serve, place a festive toothpick in each meatball on a tray. Extra sauce can be used for dipping. Yum!
This appetizer is super popular, especially for those little hands. And letting those littles in on helping make Meatball Cups is always a win! Line muffin tins with dough and add sauce, meatballs, and of course cheese. These fun Meatball Cups will be super popular, we promise
I will really be telling my age with this fun Cheese Fondue Recipe. It’s been a family tradition since before I can remember. Which means I’ve been eating this Fondue Recipe for more than 40 years. EEK! Creamy Cheese Sauce served with French Bread Cubes and you have a winner recipe.
We often think of Ribs as a dinner recipe, but I’m here to tell you that when a crowd gathers everyone will love grabbing a rib to snack on. My favorite part of this recipe is the flavor combination of the dry rub with the BBQ Sauce. It’s just dang good!
Where many appetizers are finger foods, you will want a small plate and fork for this recipe. And trust me when I say you will wish you had loaded your plate with more than just one. Sweet Corn Cakes are delicious especially topped with a fresh Tomatillo Salsa.
These small mini muffin size Mac and Cheese Bites are just fun! Pop one in your mouth and I bet you will smile! An easy recipe to make in your Instant Pot and then quickly bake in your oven to get all toasty.
Eating a bite size perfectly cooked Steak Bite is a delicious appetizer. Kentucky Bourbon Steak Bites cook up in minutes. Top with a festive toothpick on a platter and make sure you grab one because there won’t be any left for later.
While football appetizers are amazing, you may feel a need for some added sweetness. Check out these desserts that you can make in advance.
Buckeyes are a great finger food dessert that not only brings you a delicious taste of chocolate but peanut butter as well. The combination of salty, crunchy, soft and sweet all come together in every bite-sized serving.
If you already plan on serving potato chips you may not be as enticed by this simple dessert idea, but it’s one worth trying. Every chip brings you crunchy, salty and sweet chocolate in every bite and its so incredibly easy to throw together!
Let me tell you a little secret. I keep these ingredients on hand for whenever people stop by. It’s a fun and easy treat that makes everyone smile. You won’t go wrong with the S’more’s Dip Recipe and will definitely go back fore S’more!
Who doesn’t love Scotcharoos? Creamy peanut butter only adds to this rice crispy treat. Cut in small two bite squares and enjoy a few.
While lemon bars may be a tad messy to consider a finger food, this sweet and sour dessert can bring a great addition to your football party. Having a menu full of well-rounded food flavors so that tastebuds don’t get burnt out on too much of the same is key to a great party.
Consider cutting your lemon bars into bite-sized serving pieces (like you would cut fudge) about 1 inch square cubes and serve them on mini muffin liners on a plate. This keeps them bite-sized and easy to serve.
With all of these delicious and easy football appetizers and dessert options, you can have a great game day party with your guests. Go Team!