Bringing out of the archives for the Super Bowl this weekend!
Football season starts this week! (Technically last week for some of you, but the SEC starts this week!) So I thought it would be fitting to round up some of my favorite tailgate snacks into one post! I hope this helps while planning out your football parties, tailgates and snack cravings you have this season!
Super Bowl Snack Ideas
Who doesn’t want a yummy cheese ball in the shape of a football? There are two ways to make these, either as individual cheese balls or one large cheese ball.
These are so easy and tasty. Perfect for your Super Bowl parties and viewings.
This is seriously such a good dip. I bring it to most parties because it’s so easy to make and always a huge hit among our friends. I’m not going to say it’s good FOR you, but it certainly is tasty!
While chips, dips and drinks are essential at a tailgate, you can’t forget dessert! These warm chocolate and cheese croissants are the perfect finger food when you need something sweet at your tailgate.
I originally made these for Easter, but I think they would be a super party snack as well. Deviled eggs are always a hit at parties, and this one brings the heat. If you like spicy foods, this recipe is a must-try.
I haven’t made these in awhile, but I’m not going to lie, I think about them a lot. If you like potatoes, you definitely want to try these loaded tator tot bites. I am thinking about making these this year and putting them on a skewer for even an even easier grab-and-go snack. I’m envisioning a tator tot kebob of sorts. Maybe I will post that soon.
Fun fact. I actually don’t like hot dogs. However, I thought these were delicious when I made them. If you want to elevate your typical tailgate food, then this recipe is for you!
I love cherry flavored anything. So these cherry chicken tacos were right up my alley. These are full-sized tacos, but you could easily make mini tacos to serve as an appetizer!
This may seem a little weird for a tailgate, but honestly it’s so tasty. It would have to be one you try earlier in the season while peaches are still good, but I think your guests will thank you for adding a fruit to your menu.
I mentioned earlier I don’t actually like hot dogs, but I LOVE pigs in a blanket. These take an extra step and make a delicious appetizer. Anytime I bring them out for a party, they are the first things to go.
This post is not very old, but I think it’s a great idea for a tailgate or watch party. Use boxes that work for your team and fill them with delicious snacks for your guests to graze. I used GN for game night in this post (we were actually having game night), but most schools have an abbreviation you could totally use!
What are your favorite tailgate snacks?