Game Day Snacks
On Game Day every year 1 in 7 (or about 50 million) Americans will order take-out or have food delivered. Chicken wings and pizza are the two most popular Super Bowl snacks, and chips are close behind with an expected 11 million pounds of chips to be consumed on Super Bowl Sunday. Instead of ordering take-out, make some delicious and healthy food yourself that everyone will appreciate.
Buffalo Cauliflower Bites
These are surprisingly hearty and delicious. Chicken not required!
Easy and fast crowd-pleasing snack. Don’t forget the salsa and guacamole.
All the traditional pizza goodies rolled into an eggroll wrapper. So easy!
Smoky Mexican Layered Dip
This is a snap to put together once you have all your components.
Spanakopita may seem too complicated to make because of the phyllo dough but it really isn’t as long as you keep the dough covered with a damp towel so it doesn’t dry out.
Vegan Spinach Artichoke Dip
Every bit as good as dairy versions. Creamy and warming.
Loaded Veggie Nachos
What’s not to love about nachos? They are so simple to make and a real crowd pleaser. Add any toppings you want. Add ground beef or chopped chicken if you want.
According to internet sources, game watchers will be chowing down 8 million pounds of guacamole on Super Bowl Sunday.
Pizza Dough Garlic Breadsticks
With just a few ingredients you can make restaurant-worthy garlic breadsticks.
Hummus gets colorful and fancy with the addition of beets!
These are crispy and utterly delicious. Eat ’em while they’re hot. Don’t forget the spicy dipping sauce.
Pigs in Blankets with Caramelized Onion Mustard
Get your high quality ingredients from Oryana to make this classic, midwestern snack.
Football Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs are another super easy yet universally enjoyed snack. Decorate them to look like little footballs.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars
A classic bar cookie, easy to whip up on game day.
Chocolate Nut Bacon Clusters
Use your favorite roasted nut to make this easy treat.