8 Easy Appetizer Ideas for a Super Bowl Party

Looking forward to Super Bowl 51? Then you should definitely stash some of these super easy football recipes! Fill your bowl with super snacks that only call for 5 ingredients or less – they are sure to make your sports-related stress eating healthy and/or delicious!    

 

Baked Cheese Chili Dip

Nuke lots of Mozzarella cheese with cooked chili, add more cheese and bake to get a mouth-watering browned crust. Served with chips, this Baked Cheese Chili Dip recipe can be easily adjusted to any number of eaters – just throw in another can of chili!

 

Healthy Jalapeño Poppers

You get: the softness of cream cheese, the delicate sharpness of Cheddar and the bread crumb crunch in a hot shell. You don’t get: pangs of remorse that usually appear after eating deep-fried food. So why wait? Bake these Healthy Jalapeño Poppers and watch the game!

 

Marinated Chicken Wings

Marinate overnight, bake in an hour and eat up in 10 minutes – this is exactly the thing that will happen when you decide to cook these Marinated Chicken Wings. The marinade is super-easy – it only consists of 3 ingredients, but the taste it gives is oh so good!

 

Spicy Popcorn with Sriracha and Lime

Give the popped kernels a good shake to coat each in the spicy dressing, giving them only a hint of the hot sourness. After all, Spicy Popcorn with Sriracha and Lime is just as crunchy as chips, but way healthier and classier.

 

Water Chestnut Pineapple Wraps

This snack is a little more exotic than usual football food, and yet, it is perfectly compatible with the thrill of competition – bite-sized Water Chestnut Pineapple Wraps are a peculiar combination of sweet and salty flavors and different textures. Versatile, just like the game, right?

 

Pesto Pinwheels

If you are looking for a perfect party snack, here it is: simple, attractive, melting-in-the-mouth Pesto Pinwheels! Your sporty eaters will clean the plate in minutes, if not seconds. Plus, this recipe makes great leftover breakfast!

 

Cheesy Bacon Pull Apart Bread

This Cheesy Bacon Pull Apart Bread is great when your team is winning – small portions make it easy to chew and root simultaneously. And – let’s face it – it is also great when your team loses – cheese and bacon in a warm, fluffy loaf make a wonderful comfort food.

 

Sloppy Joe Nachos

If you have leftover sloppy joes, you can upgrade it to the level of a hearty football snack. Sloppy Joe Nachos will be ready in minutes and feed a crowd!

 

Make your perfect football party menu with these easy Super Bowl recipes and enjoy the game!



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