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I’d be lying if I said I enjoy sports. The only thing I actually like about most sporting events is the food. I’m not ashamed to say that game day snacks are my favorite. I’ll sit through an entire baseball game just to get my hands on a mouthwatering ball field hotdog. I’ll happily watch a soccer game if I have popcorn in my hands.
My love for game day snacks turns into a problem on Superbowl Sunday, though. When you’re the one in charge of feeding an entire crew of grown men and women “game-worthy” foods, the pressure mounts. Of course, no one is going to come right out and say that they’re sick of take-out pizza and chips, but you know deep down that they’re hoping for more. Here are some japanese snacks for your game day.
Lucky for you, we’ve rounded up delicious and easy game day snacks that are guaranteed to please your crowd.
Baked Chili Cheese Fries With Bacon and Ranch – Baked Bree
If you’re like me and love serving food straight from a cast iron skillet, you gotta try these fries! The hand-cut fries alone are divine but when loaded down with a chunk of heaven and topped with shredded yummy-ness, they’re even better.
Homemade Buffalo Oyster Crackers – A Cultivated Nest
Who knew you could turn plain ol’ oyster crackers into one of the most delicious game day snacks? Certainly not me. But with under 5 ingredients, you can whip these crackers up in under 30 minutes!
Game Day Sriracha-Honey Nut Mix – An Oregon Cottage
Love the distinct taste of sriracha but want to try something new? This recipe will have your taste buds cheering for more! The best part? You can throw this treat together in under 30 minutes!
Barbecue Football Mini Meatloaf – Belle of the Kitchen
Skip the typical cheeseburger sliders and surprise your guest with these adorable and oh-so-yummy mini meatloafs. Shaped like a football, they’re guaranteed to be a touchdown with the crowd!
Easy Sausage Balls Recipe – Scattered Thoughts of a Crafty Mom
I was stoked when I realized I already had all the ingredients needed to make some easy sausage balls. Who needs to wait for the big game to have game day snacks? Heck, I’m making these to take to a birthday party this weekend!
Touchdown Snack Mix – The Baker Mama
Sweet and salty combine to make this Touchdown Snack Mix a hit! With a little of this and a little of that, you won’t be able to quit munching on this easy-to-serve treat.
Football Deviled Eggs – Glitter N Spice
If you’re looking for a quick and easy snack to fill up your guests, this deviled egg recipe is just what you need.
Smoked Sausage Bites – Yellow Bliss Road
Smoked sausage wrapped in flaky crescent rolls makes these bite-sized snacks a hit. Topped with cheese and served with honey mustard, they’re sure to be a crowd favorite.
Five Minute Cheddar Smokehouse Snack Mix – Wholefully
This scrumptious and simple recipe boasts that it can be whipped up in under 5 minutes, using only pantry staples. Sounds like my kind of recipe! 😉
Mini Edible Snack Mix Snack Cups – The Decorated Cookie
Edible Snack Mix Snacks are literally the cutest thing I’ve seen in months! I love that I can easily turn my kids’ go-to snack into bite-size game day snacks for the whole party!
Hot Corn Dip – Baked Bree
If you are currently hungry, DO NOT click on the link above. Holy smokes. Now I need to run to the store to grab some cream cheese so I can make this mouthwatering dip!
Loaded Sweet Potato Skins – Sally’s Baking Addiction
Comfort food meets game day snacks? Yes, please! These Loaded Sweet Potato Skins are the perfect addition to any tailgating party. Crispy bacon, melted cheese and sour cream make these simply irresistable.
Slow Cooker Party Wings – Dinner At the Zoo
Busy moms across America know that the secret to getting dinner on the table some nights is using your Crock Pot. This recipe does not disappoint! While your wings are cooking to perfection, you can go get your hair done.
Go ahead. Go. You have permission. Yeah, I’d probably rather get caught up on laundry, too! Cheers, mama!
Football Rice Krispie Treats – That’s What Che Said
Rice Krispie Treats are one of the few things that I know every single set of hands will grab at my parties. Chocolate treats are my husband’s favorite game day snack, so by mixing the two together, I know I’ve scored a touchdown in the kitchen! But the best part is that the kids can join in and help make these adorable game day snacks.
Sloppy Joe Nachos Recipe – Home Cooking Memories
Y’all know how much I LOVE my homemade Sloppy Joe sauce, so it’s no surprise that these yummy nachos ended up at the big game. Perfectly melted cheese, crispy chips and green onions make this snack finger-lickin’ good!