Win the Night With These Tasty Football Party Faves
Finger foods > Football
For many, Sunday is all about the Big Game. But for me, it’s all about funny commercials and tantalizing tastes. Sure, you could just throw a few hotdogs on the grill and call it a day. But for an event as exciting as this one, I suggest you go all out with a tasty treat that will delight even the most preoccupied football fan. Let’s start with dessert, because we know what’s most important here.
Cookie Butter Football Dip 00:57
The name pretty much speaks for itself. But what you may not know is that this sweet and creamy topping is even more impressive in football form. And it couldn’t be simpler to make. Just be sure to get a photo of this adorable arrangement before the ravenous crowd moves in. Trust us, once the smell of cookies is in the air, this dip won’t last long.
3 Football-Inspired Desserts 01:14
If one dessert just won’t do, we suggest taking a few everyday faves and turning them into adorable footballs. The chocolate-covered strawberries are particularly delicious.
Loaded Apple Nachos
Loaded Apple Nachos 00:15
If you’re looking to add a healthier alternative to your football festivity, these decadent apple nachos are just the thing. While it doesn’t get much better than peanut butter and chocolate, a rich caramel topping would also be quite the crowd pleaser.
Baked Brie 3 Ways 01:00
Let’s move on to savory (or you can stay with sweet) with this sumptuous baked brie. Whether you prefer fruity, savory or sweet, we’ve got the recipe for you. My suggestion? Bake all three.
Party Mix 3 Ways
3 Party Mix Recipes 01:00
Gooey and chocolatey? Extra crispy with a kick? Or maybe you’re more of a wasabi fan? These three party mix recipes are bound to please every taste bud.
Nacho-Stuffed Potato Skins
Pepperoni and Cheese Pizza Hand Pies
We all know that pizza's a crowd-pleasing food that can disappear in seconds. These hearty hand pies are a perfect accompaniment to other bite-size party snacks. And they're simple to make, too. Get the recipe.
For a quick crowd-pleasing food that won't bust the budget or your time, pick up a rotisserie chicken from the supermarket; then pull it apart and serve it as barbecue chicken sandwiches or sliders.
Grab a lager from the pack to flavor bratwursts. Add Dijon mustard and honey, and grill them for a perfect portable treat. Sub a hot dog bun for a freshly-grilled baguette. Get the recipe.
Deviled Eggs, Three Ways
Deviled eggs are a classic party appetizer, but we've taken inspiration from favorite flavor combinations to put a new spin on the expected. BLT? Yup. Pesto? You know it. Get the recipes (three!).
Roasted Pepper and Mozzarella Bites
If you just found out you're hosting the Super Bowl at your house, fear not. Three major ingredients create one delicious and good-looking appetizer in a jiff. Get the recipe.
Creamy Macaroni and Cheese
I don't trust anyone that doesn't like cheese. This bubbling dish calls for a combination of three tasty cheeses — white Cheddar, Gruyère and Swiss — making this mac 'n' cheese a creamy comfort food that's destined to become the center of attention at your next game. Get the recipe.
Coca-Cola Cupcake With Salted Peanut Butter Frosting
Satisfy their sweet tooth during the halftime show with chocolate cupcakes flavored with Coca-Cola and salted peanut butter frosting. Get the recipe.