26 of People’s Favorite Superbowl Snacks

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Nearly everyone has their favorite Superbowl snacks when it comes time for gameday, and stores know to stock plenty of items. Whether store-bought or homemade, there are a lot of favorite foods that make an appearance during the big game.

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Sliders

Mini sandwiches or burgers are perfect if you don’t want to eat a lot but still want something tasty. They’re a little messy, but that’s a small price to pay.

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Vegetable tray

This is a common go-to since with a jar of dip it’s easy to put together and usually gets consumed quickly. Not only that, but it’s refreshing when placed in a sea of fried and baked goods.

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Buffalo wings

Most people are very particular about their wings. As long as they’re cooked through it’s a good meal. But don’t ever get in an argument about wings…just don’t do it.

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Potato chips

This is a mainstay at many get-togethers since they’re simple and filling. But if you feel the need to stock up on several different kinds it’s usually advised to go for the regular style.

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Spinach dip

Believe it or not, this is very easy to make. It’s also one of the best dips on the table since it offers a great flavor with just about anything you dip in it.

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Soft drinks

Again, it’s just kind of expected to have something for people who want taste but don’t want to get hammered. Having a soda or two around is something a good host knows how to do.

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Jell-O shots

These aren’t just for frat parties, but they are kind of addictive since a lot of people like Jell-O. Still, there’s nothing wrong with sucking back a few colorful shots on game day.

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Beer

There are plenty of reasons to have a beer, but game day is one of them since it does calm your nerves just a little. But like many other things, it’s a mainstay that people hope to see.

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Nachos

It’s tough to screw up nachos since there’s so many ways to make them. But on game day it’s smart to make certain that you load them up with a lot of goodies and make them right. This is one of the favorite Superbowl snacks you’re almost guaranteed to see in every home.

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Hot dogsĀ 

It’s more of an entree than a snack, but a hot dog is still a great meal on game day since it’s simple and satisfying. It’s one of those foods that you can’t help but enjoy while watching a game.

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Burgers

It’s not the typical game-day food, but it is a favorite since some folks do want to leave with a full stomach. Snacks are great, but sometimes you need a little more.

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Pretzels

For some reason, pretzels just go with sporting events. They’re good, they’re filling, and you can dip them in just about anything.

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French fries

This is one of those snacks that people reach for without thinking if they’re good. Soggy, limp fries aren’t great as snacks, but crispy and crunchy fries are always appreciated.

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Sandwiches

A great idea when serving sandwiches is to let everyone make their own. That way they get what they want and will likely thank you for the extra effort.

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Guacamole

Fresh guacamole is hard to beat. If a person knows how to spice it up just right, oh yes, heaven.

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Queso dip

Queso isn’t everyone’s favorite, but it’s a great addition to a chip platter or even on other foods. It’s that touch of spice that makes a lot of things so nice.

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Salsa

Considering how many variations there are of salsa it’s not hard to figure out why so many people like it. I say the chunkier the better. How about you?

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Crackers

This is a good filler on any table since crackers aren’t always widely regarded as a must-have. But they are nice to see when you’re not terribly hungry but still want something to munch on.

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Pizza

There are a lot of reasons to order or make pizza but gameday is one of those that you can’t help thinking is perfect for it. Of course, given the size of your party, you might end up needing more than one.

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Chicken tenders/bites

These are great for kids if they’re around but adults tend to enjoy them too. They’re easy to make and go great with a lot of different foods, especially dipping sauces.

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Stuffed potato skins

These do take some effort to make, but it’s worth it. The cheesy goodness stuffed inside a crispy potato skin satisfies a lot of people. It’s one of the favorite Superbowl snacks for a reason.

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Cheese platter

This is a little more high class, but at the same time, it’s easy to appreciate since it can widen your palette in a big way. Plus, cheese goes with almost everything.

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Popcorn

Popcorn is cheap, it’s easy to make, and it’s a fun addition to the table. Not only that, but people eat this stuff mindlessly while watching a lot of different things.

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Jalapeno poppers

They’re not the favorite of everyone, but there is a nice bite to these tasty treats. They do require a bit of effort, but again, your guests will appreciate it.

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Garlic bread

Good garlic bread is a little bit challenging to make. But all you need to do if someone accomplishes this is say ‘thank you’. Mmm.

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Cocktails

Just don’t overdo it and a cocktail is a great way to enjoy your day. Hey, some folks don’t like beer and wine.

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