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The Easiest, Cheesiest Super Bowl Snacks Ever

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Be the culinary MVP of your Super Bowl party these quick, easy, cheesy homemade snacks

We think we have the winning combination when it comes to game day eats – easy and cheesy.

There's nothing quite like game day, hours on end spent relaxing with friends, cheering for your favorite team — and eating your way through what feels like a football field's worth of delicious comfort foods. From spicy, Cheddar-cheese-topped chili con carne to sweet and smoky hot wings with celery and blue cheese dipping sauce, game day is just as much about eating as it is about football. And Super Bowl Sunday is no exception; in fact, the only day we eat more than we do on Super Bowl Sunday is Thanksgiving Day.

Click here to see The Easiest, Cheesiest Super Bowl Snacks Ever (Slideshow)

The only problem? All of that amazing food has to come from somewhere. Whether you're hosting a Super Bowl party this year or traveling to a friend’s house to watch the big game, the odds are good that you'll need to make at least one delicious, crowd-pleasing snack.

We think we have the winning combination when it comes to game day eats: snacks that are loaded with gooey, melted cheese (because, seriously, who doesn't love cheese?) that are also super easy to make (so that you don't have to spend game day in the kitchen). So, skip the bag of potato chips and store-bought dip this year; be the culinary MVP of your Super Bowl party these quick, easy, cheesy homemade snacks.


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The chances are good that you’ve got at least one can of chili beans somewhere in your pantry. Grab it, add some Cheddar cheese, diced tomatoes, and chopped bell peppers and you’ll have a super creamy and delicious queso dip in less than 10 minutes. Click here for the recipe.


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Even bean dip gets a quick and cheesy makeover for Super Bowl Sunday. Top these cheesy beans with sour cream and serve them with chips for the perfect game day snack. Click here for the recipe.

Kristie Collado is The Daily Meal’s Cook Editor. Follow her on Twitter @KColladoCook.


The 25 Best Appetizers From Costco

Your Super Bowl viewing party needs these panko shrimp, OK?

For most people, Super Bowl Sunday is all about football. I, on the other hand, am willing to admit that I care very little about the San Francisco 49ers or the Kansas City Chiefs, and am way more interested in what’s on the menu for this Super Bowl LIV. Typically, Super Bowl spreads are all about comfort food and finger food options, and the Super Bowl appetizers at Costco are a must. Whether you’re hosting a party and looking at approximately four hours of non-stop snacking and eating from your guests, or having a virtual get-together with your own plate of food, you'll want to have a spread full of variety and flavor.

If and when the zombie apocalypse happens, I'm going to do my best to get my family to Costco. I'm pretty sure we could live there for a few decades, because each store contains an absurd amount of food and everything comes in one size: enormous. Thankfully, the quality usually matches up with the quantity, and you get a lot of bang for your buck.

Add a few of these items to your shopping list on your next Costco run, and I'm very confident your Super Bowl party will be a smash. Prices may vary depending on location, and if you use a delivery service like Instacart.


These Last-Minute Party Snacks Will Make Your Friends Think You're a Damn Chef

There's nothing quite like the glorious feeling of absolute control that comes with hosting a party. You choose the guest list, pick the playlist (we don't talk about the smelectric shlide here), and serve party snacks you actually want to eat. Even if you're putting together a shindig that's over Zoom with 10+ heads attending, you still gotta put in the work! You want it to seem as

Sacrificing time spent on your snacks does not equal sacrificing flavor. Your guests will verify this fact once they see all your

. The baked brie bites might scream "these took 87 hours to make," but in reality, you just threw a few ingredients together to create a delicious treat.

Another pro tip: Everyone assumes deviled eggs are fancy AF, but they don't know that you really just mixed a few spices with some hard-boiled egg yolks and popped it in a sliced egg.

So instead of freaking out, spend more time curating your lewk and that party playlist. Then, you can prep these last-minute treats with a handful of ingredients in the hour or so before your party kicks off. (Whether it be virtual or at home with your fam-bam).


27 Healthy Super Bowl Snacks You'll Crave The Rest Of The Year

There&rsquos something about watching sweaty athletes book it across a field that makes you want to take in as many calories as humanly possible. These easy recipes are proof you can have your delicious and healthy Super Bowl snacks and eat them, too.

Your standard loaded potato skins just got a nutrition upgrade with sweet potato, skinless chicken breast, and spinach. Who knew you could fit so much cheesy goodness into one tasty bite?

Per serving: 171 calories, 3 g fat (3 g saturated), 19 g carbs, 4 g sugar, 209 mg sodium, 3 g fiber, 12 g protein

Love Greek food? Mexican food, too? Make game day even tastier with this satisfying combo of the two cuisines. It adds feta, olives, and tomatoes for a Greek take on a Mexican classic.

Per serving: 326 calories, 14 g fat (8 g saturated), 47 g carbs, 5 g sugar, 803 mg sodium, 3 g fiber, 13 g protein

The key to get hungry guests to eat basically anything&mdashyes, even healthy super grains like quinoa&mdashis to masquerade them as pizza. Pop in a dollop of vegan cheese of choice, and broil for a perfectly crispy crust.

Per serving: 42 calories, 1 g fat (5 g saturated), 8 g carbs, 2 g sugar, 131 mg sodium, 2 g fiber, 2 g protein

Sometimes all you need is a handful of nuts (Or two! Or three!) to help absorb the booze. Forget the bagged stuff from the grocery store&mdashthis Thai version is so delicious, your guest will be eating it by the fistful.

Per serving: 230 calories, 17.5 g fat (4 g saturated), 11.5 g carbs, 3.5 g sugar, 100 mg sodium, 2 g fiber, 6.5 g protein

Chips and dip are all fun and games until you catch someone with a cold double-dipping. Fret no more with these bite-sized cups of deliciousness that pack a dose of healthy green veggies to boost your immune system.

Per serving: 132 calories, 10 g fat (2 g saturated), 6 g carbs, 1 g sugar, 245 mg sodium, 1 g fiber, 3 g protein

Nachos always make a great addition to the menu when you&rsquore feeding a loud, rowdy crowd. But this take, which features everyone's fave leafy green, is a healthier take to the classic Super Bowl snack.

Per serving: 209 calories, 5.5 g fat (3.5 g saturated), 34 g carbs, 3 g sugar, 69 mg sodium, 7 g fiber, 9 g protein

Tailgating is a marathon, not a sprint. That's why you&rsquoll need the naturally sweet blend of chocolate protein powder, shredded coconut, dates, and pecans to sustain your energy levels throughout the evening.

Per serving: 250 calories, 14 g fat (4 g saturated), 31 g carbs, 21 g sugar, 20 mg sodium, 5 g fiber, 7 g protein

Game day is usually all about the meat. But if you're not a meat eater (or trying to cut back), you'll love this vegan take on a crave-worthy fast food treat.

Per serving: 331 calories, 8 g fat (2 g saturated), 47 g carbs, 3 g sugar, 315 mg sodium, 4 g fiber, 20 g protein

Fritters, like their cousin French fries, are a deliciously crispy snack. But this healthier rendition sneaks in an extra dose of fiber thanks to the beans, and protein from the cheese.

Per serving: 213 calories, 13 g fat (6 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 1 g sugar, 331 mg sodium, 2 g fiber, 11 g protein

Cilantro, nutritional yeast, garlic, and cayenne are the best things to happen to game day potatoes. If binging on them were a sport, I'd be an Olympian.

Per serving: 64 calories, 0 g fat (0 g saturated), 13 g carbs, 1 g sugar, 225 mg sodium, 2.5 g fiber, 3 g protein

Often imitated but never duplicated, this recipe comes as eerily close to Chic-fil-A as you&rsquoll get. Made with skinless, boneless chicken breast, egg whites and skim milk. you&rsquoll score plenty of filling protein.

Per serving: 319 calories, 7.5 g fat (2 g saturated), 28 g carbs, 4 g sugar, 859 mg sodium, 7 g fiber, 33 g protein

Whether you like &lsquoem mild or spicy, it&rsquos safe to say these protein- and veggie-filled tacos will be the tac&rsquoo the town.

Per serving: 115 calories, 2.5 g fat (0.5 g saturated), 5 g carbs, 2.5 g sugar, 240 mg sodium, 1.5 g fiber, 14 g protein

Rather than getting fried, these mozzarella sticks are baked a perfect shade of golden brown. But they taste just as delicious dipped into homemade marinara sauce.

Per serving: 87 calories, 5 g fat (3 g saturated), 3.5 g carbs, 0 g sugar, 167 mg sodium, 0 g fiber, 8 g protein

These healthy Super Bowl treats get their natural sweetness from dates and maple syrup, with a refreshing jolt of citrus in every bite.

Per serving: 143 calories, 9.5 g fat (3.5 g saturated), 14 g carbs, 9 g sugar, 6 mg sodium, 3 g fiber, 3 g protein

Healthiest? Now that&rsquos a big name to live up to. But given its ingredient list consists of ground flaxmeal, flaxseed, quinoa, white beans, miso and brown rice flour, they might just be the most wholesome way to give in to that craving you&rsquove had since grade school.

Per serving: 108 calories, 3 g fat (1 g saturated), 15 g carbs, 1 g sugar, 133 mg sodium, 5 g fiber, 6 g protein


Migraine

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While your head may be throbbing from losing money in the virtual office pool, there's also a chance that downing too much alcohol may be to blame for your pounding headache or migraine.

"For people with a sulfite sensitivity, having even half a glass of wine can cause nasty side effects, like a headache, dizziness, or even hives and itchiness," Gorin states. While triggers vary from person to person, the American Migraine Foundation lists artificial sweeteners, chocolate, processed meats, and foods containing MSG (such as fast food and chips), histamine (think, smoked meats), and tyramine (aged cheeses, pepperoni, and salami), along with red wine and beer as top offenders.

Also, a 2016 study published in the American Journal of Public Health shows that the risk of headache increases when sodium intake increases. Consuming an abundance of sodium can elevate blood pressure, which can, in turn, cause head pain.

Simple Super Bowl Swap: "If you're set on drinking wine yet have a sulfite sensitivity, it's best to choose lower-sulfite options such as organic, sustainable, or biodynamic wine," she says. "Also, consider trading in one or two of your alcoholic drinks for sparkling water. Not only will it help you hydrate, but it will also help you have less of a hangover the next day."

Another idea? Consider giving Drop It! a try—a portable product that removes headache-causing sulfites and tannins from wine without tampering with the flavor.


The Best Super Bowl Food Ideas for 2021

CLASSIC PLAY French onion dip (with an ultra-rich and savory caramelized-onion topping): It’s what’s for Super Bowl Sunday.

Sara Bosworth

THERE’S AT LEAST one upside to not being able to attend a raucous Super Bowl party this year: no competition for the snacks. Perhaps in years past you arrived late to the party and ended up with the only chair without a back, far from the snack table, where the dip disappeared from the bowl long before you could fight your way to it. This year you can tweak the recipe measurements to provide your household personal-size batches of party food, or keep the measurements the same and enjoy the leftovers throughout the week. Whether you want to spice it up with an award-winning wings recipe or satisfy a sweet tooth with raspberry miso cheesecake, these recipes will have you dancing in the end zone.

Finger Foods

A good rule of thumb for finger foods: The messier it leaves your hands, the better it tastes. Case in point: chicken wings. If you’re up for outdoor grilling try this tangy version tossed with Alabama white sauce and seasoned with plenty of lemon juice. Refine your taco-assembly skills with chef Chris Wallace’s mushroom tacos, which can be whipped up sans meat or with bacon, depending on your preference. For something lighter and highly munchable, try these highly customizable popcorn recipes, with flavors ranging from Bloody Mary to spiced caramel.

There aren’t many times in a year when it’s completely acceptable—encouraged, in fact—to count dips as dinner, so why not take full advantage? This buttery oven-baked crab dip carries just the right amount of celery crunch. Serve it with crisp toast rounds—and a simple green salad, if you must. A classic French-onion dip is always a touchdown, and this luscious version topped with caramelized onions scores the extra point. And we strongly encourage you to give the unjustly maligned cheese ball another chance.

Drinks

A good drink goes a long way when it comes to alleviating game-day stress. If you’re craving a bar-quality cocktail but don’t necessarily have a bar-quality setup, don’t worry: with some Tupperware and a tablespoon you can do wonders. Here’s our guide on how to MacGyver a pro-level drink at home. Or maybe you’d rather keep it simple, in which case this recipe for the world’s easiest Margarita will keep your at-home viewing party well lubricated with minimal distraction from the game.

Something Sweet

No snackadium is complete without a hefty dose of sugar. (There are four quarters to get through, after all.) If you like a dash of salt with your sweets, singer Kelis’s chocolate chunk cookies with potato chips only take 30 minutes to prepare. Or indulge this nutty, caramel-y, brown-butter blondie that will make any dessert-lover question their brownie loyalty.


Here Are the Most Googled Super Bowl Foods in Each State

With just a few days left before the big game, you’re probably in the middle of whipping up a killer Super Bowl spread (if not, better put these easy Super Bowl party shortcuts in your metaphorical back pocket now). As we scour the internet for last-minute recipes for wings, chili, pizza, and beer cheese dips, Google has once again released some interesting insights regarding our collective football-themed menu planning, by compiling a list of the most uniquely-searched Super Bowl recipe for each state. Let’s just say, buffalo chicken dip and cakes are having a moment.

What may shock you is the significant ground lost by old favorites chili and jalapeño poppers. The overall results indicate, in some instances, that specific diets are gaining ground (keto and gluten-free among them), but also that comforting baked goods are skyrocketing in popularity.

And a few states still have some…interesting requests. We’ve rounded up the list of this year’s standouts and compared each state’s result with their top-searched term from last year (because science?). See how your Super Bowl plans stack up (or don’t), and get some delicious ideas while you’re at it!

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Alabama: White Chicken Chili

Last year’s top result in Alabama was just plain “chicken“—so clearly, they’ve stepped up their game.

Alaska: Nachos

This makes total sense—yet it’s so mainstream, especially compared to last year’s oddly specific result out of Alaska (“dill pickle dip with dried beef“).

Arizona: Cake

Hm, okay. Cake is obviously great! But 2018’s “green chicken enchilada” definitely felt a little more Super Bowl-appropriate.

Arkansas: Fried Chicken Wings

In Arkansas, wings unseated “five bean chili” in the top search spot. Maybe a lot of folks are having a keto Super Bowl in 2019?

California: Baked Chicken Breast

Clearly, Cali is taking healthy Super Bowl food to heart at least last year’s state fave “fried rice” had “fried” in the name.

Colorado: Broccoli Cheese Soup

A respectable choice, but a definite underdog compared to last year’s Colorado favorite, “baked chicken wings.”

Connecticut: Buffalo Chicken Dip

Here’s one state that hasn’t shifted its affections “buffalo chicken dip” has retained the top spot two years running in Connecticut.

Delaware: Chocolate Peanut Butter Cake

Sounds like the just the thing to serve after last year’s Delaware champ, “stuffed peppers!”

District of Columbia: Bagel Pigs in a Blanket

D.C. favored “pizza bites” in 2018, but they’re still psyched for snacks (and rightly so).

Florida: Cake

Cake is creeping up all over this list, but last year, Florida went HAM for “shrimp.”

Georgia: Buffalo Chicken Dip

Here comes buffalo chicken dip again, giving cake a run for its money the dip is certainly less involved but just as satisfying as last year’s top Georgia result: “ham bologna turkey sub.” (If you’re lucky enough to be in-state for the big game, be sure to consult our Super Bowl Dining Guide to the Best Restaurants in Atlanta!)

Hawaii: Football Cupcakes

Hawaii is keeping things super festive, but pivoting from savory “nacho” in 2018 to sweets (yes, you are sensing a trend).

Idaho: Salads

Just plain “salads” seems somehow so wrong. Last year’s “potato” may have been stereotypical, but seemed more fitting for the occasion. At least combine them into potato salads (without mayonnaise, if you’re trying to be healthy about it).

Illinois: Jalapeño Poppers

Last year’s “Philly cheesesteak” was clearly inspired by the Eagles, but this year’s most-popular popper is just your classic snack game superstar.

Indiana: Fried Rice

Maybe a lot of California folks relocated to Indiana since last year, when “chicken” reigned supreme in the Hoosier state?

Iowa: Irish Stew

Seems like Iowa is getting a jump on St. Patrick’s Day at any rate, cozy Irish stew has unseated last year’s Italian “stromboli.”

Kansas: Buffalo Chicken Dip

Buffalo chicken dip’s third time on the list (but not the last)—and this time it’s knocking out another Italian fave: “calzone.”

Kentucky: Taco Salad

For the Super Bowl, taco salad seems more fitting than Kentucky’s 2018 pick (“fondue“—but that definitely deserves to make a comeback for Valentine’s Day, which is close on the heels of the big game).

Louisiana: Cupcakes

Sweet, more cake (although in individual form this time)! In Louisiana, it’s taking over from last year’s decidedly savory”pork tenderloin.”

Maine: Paella

Look at Maine, getting all international, and stepping up their cooking (or at least their Googling) game from ho-hum, if totally traditional, “chicken wing” in 2018.

Maryland: Pizza

Pizza is an obvious—and worthy—successor to last year’s “chili” (plus, it’s definitely the easier option if you order it online)!

Massachusetts: Gluten-Free Pretzels

Very specific, very appropriate (for a gluten-free Super Bowl or otherwise), and they can share space with last year’s “chili,” because what’s a party without too much food?

Michigan: Pizza

As in Maryland, so in Michigan, where “chili” slipped from the top spot in favor of ‘za.

Minnesota: Tacos

Another state where “chili” ceded the most-searched honor, this time to Mexican favorite tacos.

Mississippi: Granola Bars

Wait, seriously? Granola bars? They are good for easy snacking in front of the TV, probably much more so than last year’s top Mississippi result (“green beans with beef broth“), but still, this seems a little lackluster.

Missouri: Broccoli Cheese Soup

Broccoli cheese soup appears for the second time on 2019’s list, taking over from beefier “chili” in Missouri.

Montana: Lentil Soup

Well, it’s certainly a healthier (if less exciting) choice than “bacon shrimp.”

Nebraska: Pigs in a Blanket

These feel right at home with last year’s “cream cheese jalapeño hamburger” that topped the charts in Nebraska. We’re sensing a fantastic food mash-up idea in here too…

Nevada: Vegan Cheesy Bacon Spinach Dip

Nevada got much more specific—and sporty-sounding—compared to 2018’s top result (“potato“), although they might be a little bit…confused about the whole vegan thing (unless, of course, we give them the benefit of the doubt and assume they meant vegan bacon).

New Hampshire: Cakes and Cupcakes

Yet another state skews sweet, veering from 2018’s savory and singular “chicken wing” to not one but two types of dessert.

New Jersey: Buffalo Chicken Dip

New Jersey remains loyal, just like Connecticut “buffalo chicken dip” was tops in 2018 too, in both states.

New Mexico: Pea and Peppercorn Mash

Um, granola bars suddenly make way more sense. And this peppery pick (which, honestly…we’re not 100 percent sure what it even is), is especially inexplicable compared to last year’s “ranch spinach dip” that won out in N.M.

New York: Spinach Dip

Aha, seems spinach dip just migrated to New York, though without the ranch at any rate, New York isn’t feeling “chili” this year.

North Carolina: Cobb Salad

Now this salad makes sense, seeing as it’s loaded with bacon, turkey, cheese, and eggs, although it is certainly a less predictable choice than 2018’s “jalapeño poppers.”

North Dakota: Baked Nachos

North Dakota’s looking for a full dish this year (last year the top term in the state was simply “pizza sauce“).

Ohio: Buffalo Chicken Dip

Another case where an Eagles-inspired “Philly cheesesteak” query in 2018 was replaced by a timeless choice that’s good regardless of who’s playing in the game.

Oklahoma: Chicken Noodle Soup

It must be cold in the Sooner State last year they were having “French onion cream dip,” but classic comfort food earns the top honor in 2019.

Oregon: Banana Bread

Perhaps 2018’s “clam chowder” was inspired by the Patriots, but if so, the Pats lost their sway this year, as Oregonians are doing their part to boost baked goods’ popularity.

Pennsylvania: Chicken Wings

The Keystone State has swapped out one classic Super Bowl staple (that’d be “chili,” again) for another long-time favorite in 2019.

Rhode Island: Seven-Layer Dip

It’s a multilayered classic, and probably still quicker to make than last year’s “baked ziti.”

South Carolina: Turkey Chili

While “crab dip” is fabulous, this year’s turkey chili seems much healthier, heartier, and more Super Bowl-appropriate.

South Dakota: Cupcakes

Seriously, people are really into baked goods right now “marinara sauce” is so 2018.

Tennessee: Cake

The domination of baked goods continues apace, and in Tennessee, cake has overshadowed classic “jalapeño poppers.”

Texas: Spinach Dip

‘Tis a sad day when “chili” can’t even retain its foothold in its home state, but spinach dip is pretty great. Just have them both on offer at your Super Bowl party.

Utah: Bacon-Wrapped Smokies

We can get down with this Super Bowl snack, either instead of or in addition to last year’s winner, because “jalapeño poppers” are too delicious to ever be pass é .

Vermont: Lasagna

More comforting and better suited to feed a crowd than last year’s “chicken breast tender” choice. (Good job, Green Mountain State!)

Virginia: Buffalo Chicken Dip

Old Dominion’s allegiances have stayed true, just like its more northerly neighbors’ (Connecticut and New Jersey, to save you the trouble of scrolling back up) buffalo chicken dip keeps its top-Googled spot in 2019 in yet a third state.

Washington: Cakes

Sorry, “jalapeño popper.” You just can’t compete with sweets, at least not in Washington (or in Tennessee).

West Virginia: Buffalo Chicken Dip

West Virginia joins the crowd of buffalo chicken dip devotees—and while we love it too, we’d also like to hold onto their 2018 champ, “pork carnitas tacos.”

Wisconsin: Buffalo Chicken Dip

It truly is the year of buffalo chicken dip (well, at least when it comes to savory snacks) and once more, “chili” has lost its crown in another state.

Wyoming: Cakes

Wyoming, like so many other places, is all about cake there, it has surpassed that classic chili ingredient, “ground beef.”

Clearly, when it comes to Super Bowl food this year, the battle is between buffalo chicken dip and cake—and if you go by the above results, the sweet stuff takes the trophy (with 10 states choosing some variation on cake, plus Oregon’s cake-adjacent banana bread). Buffalo chicken makes a solid showing with eight top spots, but we say: why not make both?

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The map of the most popular Super Bowl snack in each state is decadent and depraved

Let’s get this out of the way first: Those maps that allege to use some sort of analytic to quantify the sometimes-weird proclivities of each state — favorite sports team, favorite color, least-favorite Kardashian, etc. — are almost certainly based on junk science. Sometimes-fun junk science, but junk science nonetheless.

“Basically you should never take seriously any conclusion drawn from data, or any visualization, that doesn’t give you information about the uncertainty or noise involved,” data scientist Roban Kramer told Lifehacker in 2017 when asked to critique a map of each state’s most misspelled word. “Before taking these kinds of maps seriously, I’d want to know things like how big the differences are in the counts of the first- and second-most misspelled words, how different the frequencies of these words actually are from state to state, and how stable the rankings are within a state from month to month.”

Now that we’ve got the nerdy caveats out of the way, Google Trends has come out with what it claims are the most “uniquely searched Super Bowl foods” in each state, and, man, some of you are having some far-out Super Bowl parties.


I was once again reminded that, when it comes to cooking from a recipe, reading is fundamental.

While the recipe called for a melted-butter mixture, the grated parmesan cheese and parsley weren't supposed to be added until after the potatoes had partially cooked.

I spent a few minutes contemplating whether to keep my incorrect mixture as-is and just hope for the best, since it was already on the potatoes, but ultimately decided to scrap it and follow the recipe as closely as possible.

But the first mixture wasn't a total loss. I decided to meticulously scrape the excess mixture out of each crevice and save it for an extra flavorful topping. I mixed it all again, this time leaving out the parm and parsley, and put that new mixture on the potatoes.


More Super Bowl Appetizers:

In case you&rsquore looking for some more Super Bowl recipe ideas to go along with the best nachos recipe, check out some of these tasty links:

You can&rsquot go wrong with the amazing flavor profile of this Caramelized Onion Bacon Blue Cheese Dip.

Strawberry Mango Salsa and Easy Cinnamon Sugar Chips is perfect for something fresh and healthy (but still tasty!). Try it!

It isn&rsquot game day without guacamole. Roasted Salsa Verde and Tomatillo Guacamole or Deconstructed Guacamole will both be a hit.

Roasted Red Pepper Hummus goes great with a veggie tray.

If you&rsquore serving burgers or sliders, these Tex-Mex Oven Fries are a must-make.

Can&rsquot decide if you want Pizza or Easy Nachos? Have both with this Easy Black Bean Mexican Pizza.

Still need more game day appetizer ideas? Look no further than this list of 20 Tasty Super Bowl Snack Recipes.

What is your favorite way to eat nachos? What is your nachos recipe?

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