Everyone wants to devour single-bite Super Bowl appetizers while they watch the big game. These awesome recipes will get your guests just as excited about the food as the football.

Appetizers make the ideal food for your upcoming Super Bowl party. They’re easy to eat while relaxing with friends and jumping up to yell at the TV screen. Plus, you get a chance to turn your favorite foods into fun bites that your guests will love to eat.

For your party, display your favorite mixture of classic game-day snacks and out-of-the-ordinary appetizers.  Here are 18 Super Bowl appetizers to fit perfectly with the biggest game of the year.

1. Stuffed Jalapeños

Add a kick of heat with stuffed jalapenos to get the excitement pumping for the big game. These spicy and savory treats are a great one-bite snack with a bold flavor enhanced by sausage and a blend of cheeses.
Stuffed Jalapeños

2. Tex-Mex Chili Con Queso

A great cheese dip is a must for any Super Bowl party. Dip tortilla chips, tater tots and other snacks in this Tex-Mex chile dip. This recipe offers that satisfying burst of cheesiness with some heat from jalapeno peppers. You can even make it in a slow cooker!
Tex-Mex Chili Con Queso

3. Garlic Pull-Apart Bread

You can’t find much better game-day appetizers than this comfort food of warm bread, garlic, and cheese! This garlic bread recipe is fun for your guests to pull apart and eat.
Garlic Pull-Apart Bread

4. Three-Cheese Buffalo Chicken Nachos

This snack combines classic Super Bowl recipes of buffalo chicken with nachos for a fun and delicious twist. These nachos are loaded with cheddar cheese, blue cheese, and Monterey Jack, yet they fit your list of healthy recipes with their mix of black bean, avocado, peppers and pico de gallo.
Three-Cheese Buffalo Chicken Nachos

5. Creamed Mushroom Toast

Give your guests something different from the usual party food with this creamed mushroom toast recipe. The size of these pieces makes them great as appetizers, while the mushroom topping makes them fancy and filling!
Creamed Mushroom Toast

6. Mussels

Impress your guests by serving these enticing mussels. They make a great game-day snack when you serve them with lemon wedges and parsley. They’re surprisingly easy to make!
Super easy mussel recipe steamed in white wine and flavor-rich chicken bone broth. Serve it as an amazing appetizer or over spaghetti as an elegant dinner. 

7. Chicken Kabobs

Kabobs give a super-fun way to eat with your hands during the big game. Pineapple adds a refreshing and tropical flavor to these grilled chicken kabobs with veggies.
Chicken kabobs with marinated chicken, bell peppers, pineapple chunks, mushrooms and cherry tomatoes are packed with flavor and perfect for your gatherings.

8. Baked Chicken Wings

Chicken wing recipes are synonymous with the Super Bowl in America. Skip the fried wings and go for this healthier baked wing version that’s every bit as delicious. Oven-cooking gives that wonderful brown, crispy skin you want!
Baked Chicken Wings Dry Rub

9. Grilled Chicken Wings

If you’d rather have grilled wing recipes, try these buffalo chicken wings. They offer that wonderful char from the grill and crowd-pleasing succulent buffalo sauce. These also make awesome weeknight dinners!
These buffalo-style grilled chicken wings take 20 minutes on the grill and they are finger lickin' good! You can also broil them in the oven.

10. Crab Stuffed Mushrooms

Everyone will love the mixture of mushrooms, crab, garlic and a blend of seasonings in this gluten-free recipe. These baby bella mushroom cap appetizers are perfect finger foods for your best Super Bowl.
Gluten-free crab filling stuffed into mushrooms and covered with a blanket of cheese, these crab stuffed mushrooms are amazing for a crowd or just for you.

11. Mini Stuffed Peppers

These mini stuffed peppers make wonderful one-bite party recipes in a colorful package with yellow and red pepper. Serve them with salsa or guacamole for great dipping!
Colorful bites full of flavor. These stuffed peppers make an ideal snack for the family or a get-together as a pretty finger food everyone can dip and eat!

12. Two Types of Gourmet Stackers

Serve up high-level snacks with these fancy stackers. You’ll impress with both tuna-cucumber stackers and sausage-zucchini stackers. Surprisingly, they’re easy Super Bowl snacks to make!
Tuna-Cucumber and Sausage-Zucchini Stackers

13. Beef Sticky Buns

Delight the crowd at your big game party with the mixture of sweet and savory flavors in these beef sticky buns. They feature beef, cheese, and veggies within pizza dough and topped with cream cheese frosting!
Beef Sticky Buns

14. Grilled Tuna Kabobs

Seafood lovers will enjoy these tuna kabobs that are grilled and simple to eat. Along with tuna cubes, they feature refreshing veggies and pineapple.
Grilled tuna, red onions, bell peppers, pineapples and zucchini on skewers, these tuna kabobs are basted and served with an amazing pineapple glaze. Yum!

15. Grilled Lamb Kabobs

For party ideas that don’t use seafood, beef or chicken, try these lamb kabobsTzatziki sauce perfectly complements the well-seasoned meat.
Grilled Lamb Kabobs with Tazatziki Sauc

16. Pico de Gallo

Throw a bowl of this fresh and fantastic pico de gallo on your table of Super Bowl snacks and party dips. It’s an exciting topping for tortilla chips and other apps.
Pico De Gallo

17. Baked French Fries

Baking your French fries gives a healthier choice that’s still crispy and delicious. Try sweet potato for even more health value! At the same time, a clam chowder and bacon topping help these fries fit right in with your best game-day recipes.
Baked French Fries with Chowder and Bacon

18. Spinach Artichoke Dip Stuffed Bread

With a base of sour cream, cream cheese, mayo and parmesan, this dip is extra creamy for Super Bowl indulging. Serve your satisfying spinach artichoke dip in a bread bowl so the food to dip is built right in!
Spinach Artichoke Dip Stuffed Bread
Everyone wants to devour single-bite Super Bowl appetizers while they watch the big game. These awesome recipes will get your guests just as excited about the food as the football.

11 thoughts on “18 Super Bowl Appetizers to Rock Your Game Day”

  1. Some great options here! Love a queso recipe that doesn’t involve velveeta 🙄 I know American cheese is still processed, but at least you can easily get organic versions made from actual cheese! I will give it a try.

  2. I kept scrolling through these wanting to say which was my favorite but then they kept getting better and better. I am so excited to EAT during the super bowl.

  3. I know the SuperBowl is over, but I don’t even care – it’s ALWAYS snack time haha! That creamed mushroom toast – omg!! Did you actually end up making that? It looks absolutely heavenly.

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