Super Bowl Sunday is a night full of touchdowns, entertaining ads, refreshing drinks, and food. Thinking of creative Super Bowl appetizer ideas can be challenging, but serving some unique snacks can make your party extra enjoyable. We compiled some of the best Super Bowl appetizer ideas so you can serve some exciting versions of classic game-day snacks.
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If you’re wondering how to host a Super Bowl party, it’s actually pretty simple. All you need is a good TV, access to the NFL network, comfortable seating, refreshing drinks, and some creative super bowl appetizers. To make it extra fun for your guests, you can plan some activities to do either before or during the game. To plan an amazing evening, consider the following tips for hosting a Super Bowl party:
The football game may be the main event of the night, but the true touchdown of the night will be the amazing food you serve. Whether you prepare a homecooked meal for everyone to share, arrange fun appetizer snacks or serve a combination of both, your food should be the highlight of the party. There are no rules for what you should eat during the super bowl, so it’s really up to you and what you think your guests will enjoy. This is your chance to get creative and create some of the best super bowl appetizers.
Make sure you remember refreshments to wash down the amazing appetizers. Have plenty of soda, water, and other beverages cold and ready to serve before your guests arrive. You can even consider making some delicious mixed drinks to add a fun twist to the evening. Provide a cooler with ice so your guests can easily grab a drink whenever they need one.
Since everyone is eager to cheer for their teams and laugh at all the ads in between, make sure everyone can see and hear the game clearly. Depending on your guest list and your TV screen size, you may need to rearrange your party space for optimal viewing. Make sure the TV is in a spot where everyone can see it and arrange seating options so that no one’s view is blocked.
You can also make the party extra fun with some decorations. Set your favorite team’s memorabilia up or add some simple football-themed decorations to the room.
Just because the football game is going on doesn’t mean you and your guests can’t enjoy some games of your own. Make the commercial viewing extra interesting with a game of super bowl commercial bingo. If your guests arrive before the game starts, challenge everyone to some fun icebreaker games or play a game of football trivia to get everyone excited for the big event.
Prepare some easy game-day snacks on Super Bowl Sunday so you can throw a fantastic party without missing any touchdowns. To help make your Super Bowl party one to remember, we’ve compiled the following list super bowl foods that are sure to win:
Chicken is a classic staple of Super Bowl foods. If you’re looking for quick appetizers to make, boneless chicken bites are easy to prepare and fun to eat. Whether your guests prefer mild or spicy flavors, you can please everyone with a variety of sauces. Bake and serve some sweet and tangy BBQ chicken bites for guests who prefer milder flavors and some buffalo-flavored chicken bites for guests who enjoy hotter flavors.
If you and your guests are feeling brave, you can host a spice challenge with three official Hot Ones sauces and boneless chicken bites. Now you can get the Hot Ones experience, the hit series that invites celebrities to answer questions while sampling progressively spicier chicken sauces, in your home. Your guests can enjoy food and some friendly competition before the football game starts. Providing a variety of sauces also gives your friends and family the opportunity to try new flavors.
Transform traditional chicken cordon bleu into a fun appetizer with this easy cordon bleu chicken tender sliders recipe. For this recipe, you will need the following ingredients:
Preheat your oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit. Bake the chicken on a rimmed baking sheet in an even layer for 12 to 14 minutes, and flip them halfway through. Top each chicken tender with one to two-quarters of swiss cheese about one minute before the chicken is done baking, and leave them in the oven until the cheese melts. Spread a honey mustard layer over the bottom roll halves and top with ham, chicken tenders and lettuce. Top the sliders with the remaining roll halves and serve.
Nashville chicken sliders are a great choice if your guests enjoy the taste of southern heat. To prepare these fun miniature sandwiches, you will need the following ingredients:
Place your chicken tenders on a rimmed baking sheet in an even layer and bake at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for about 14 to 16 minutes, flipping halfway through. While the chicken is cooking, combine the coleslaw, mayonnaise, sugar and vinegar in a large bowl and season with salt and pepper.
In another large bowl, whisk cayenne pepper, olive oil, brown sugar and paprika together. Then, toss the chicken in the oil mixture until you evenly coat each piece. Fill each Hawaiian sweet roll with one to two chicken tenders, a couple of pickle chips and 2 tablespoons of coleslaw.
Anyone can serve regular tacos at their party, but if you want to try something a little more creative, consider making orange chicken tacos for your guests. This sweet and spicy appetizer uses the following ingredients:
Bake the orange chicken on a rimmed baking sheet at 325 degrees Fahrenheit for seven to nine minutes, flipping halfway through. Fill each tortilla with chicken, avocado, cabbage, green onions and sesame seeds. Your guests will enjoy the sweet and spicy flavor of these non-traditional tacos.
Charcuterie boards are trendy, but you can make your snack board stand out from the crowd by preparing a nugget board. This is a great option if you need some kid-friendly super bowl snacks, and the adults will love it too. For this quick and easy recipe, you only need to bake some John Soules Food chicken nuggets or chicken tenders for about 12 to 15 minutes at 375 degrees Fahrenheit. For an even quicker option, try John Soules Foods chicken nuggets in the refrigerated section. These only take 3-5 minutes to heat up in the air fryer.
Once your chicken nuggets are finished cooking, you can arrange them on a board along with the following snacks:
You can cut the vegetables and arrange the snacks on the board any way you prefer. Get creative with this appetizer, and it may become one of your most enjoyable game-day snacks to make. Add some small cups of honey mustard and ranch for dipping, and your guests will love this creative charcuterie board.
Treat your guests to a savory steak fajita grilled cheese. To make this recipe, you will need the following ingredients:
To make steak fajita grilled cheese sandwiches, cook the onion and bell peppers in a skillet with butter over medium heat and stir occasionally for about three minutes or until tender. Add the beef fajitas to the skillet and cook for about four to six minutes or until they are fully heated through.
Spray four slices of bread with butter-flavored non-stick cooking spray and place two slices in a skillet over medium-high heat with the cooking spray side down. Top each slice with shredded mozzarella cheese, the beef-fajita mixture and a second bread slice with the cooking spray side up. Cook both sides for about three minutes or until they turn golden-brown.
Nachos are a favorite Super Bowl appetizer, and for good reason. Serve your guests some crunchy tortilla chips smothered in savory chicken or beef, cheese and delicious toppings.
To make some delicious crunchy nachos, place a layer of tortilla chips in an oven-safe dish or baking tray. Top the chips with your choice of chicken or beef and the shredded cheeses, black beans, diced tomatoes and green peppers. Bake the nachos in the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about three to 15 minutes, until the cheese melts.
For a make-your-own nacho bar, set out bowls of extra toppings people can add as they like, such as:
If your guests enjoy some lighter super bowl appetizers, serve some Mongolian-style beef lettuce cups. This recipe is full of delicious vegetables and savory beef. To make this snack, you will need the following ingredients:
In a small bowl, whisk brown sugar, soy sauce, water and cornstarch together until combined. In a large skillet or wok, heat the oil over medium-high heat and cook beef for approximately four minutes. Add the bell pepper, carrots and sauce mixture to the skillet, cook and stir occasionally for two to three minutes or until the sauce thickens.
Pull lettuce leaves from the head of lettuce and fill each leaf with the steak and vegetable mixture. You can serve this delectable appetizer with cooked jasmine or basmati rice.
Prepare some fast and easy appetizers for Super Bowl Sunday to make your game-time party a breeze. With pre-cooked frozen or refrigerated chicken and beef products, you can have some make-ahead super bowl food prepped and ready to eat when guests arrive. Spend less time in the kitchen and more time cheering on your favorite team.
Hosting a Super Bowl party can be fun and easy with quick game-day snacks. With pre-cooked meat products, you can prepare delicious appetizers fast so you don’t miss a single touchdown. Find John Soules Foods products at a store near you to start making some amazing Super Bowl food.