Big game day is just around the corner. Whether you’re throwing a big bash or a smaller party for the Super Bowl, there’s no better time to plan the menu. Honestly, there are thousands of appropriate recipes to consider. This is especially true when it comes to the category of appetizers and munchies! Have a look at these 10 Game Day Appetizers for the family!
Some of the Super Bowl recipes can be prepared ahead of time, which gives you more time to enjoy the party festivities. You can also make our delicious Sticky Pineapple Hawaiian Grilled Wings or the Air Fryer Coconut Shrimps to serve your guests while watching the football game!
10 Game Day Appetizers
What follows is a list of ideas for game day food to serve your football-loving guests. I’ve tried to include a little bit of everything even things the kids will love for these Super Bowl recipe ideas.
I can almost guarantee that these loaded baked potato cups will disappear faster than you can yell “touchdown!” As far as ingredients go, there’s no reason not to get creative.
Eggrolls are always a fun party treat. The sriracha dipping sauce is a little bit spicy and a little bit sweet.
Meatballs are super-easy to prepare in a slow cooker. This recipe calls for frozen meatballs, which makes the entire process even easier.
Game time is definitely “poppers time.” Honestly, your menu won’t be complete without their cheesy, bacon goodness!
These homemade corndog bites are almost too cute to eat. Younger football party guests will totally appreciate eating them as munchies.
Football (mini) meatloaf with string cheese laces, anyone? Shaping them by hand is probably easier than you think!
Cheese and crackers are a game day tradition. Kick things up a notch, by adding peppers and olives to the mix.
Almost everyone loves 7-layer dip. Making it in individual servings, means no one has to share.
Chicken wings and football create the perfect pair. These are coated with honey and have a jalapeño kick.
Sliders are the perfect “appetizers and finger food.” Chicken and waffles and syrup… oh my!