Last Updated on October 28, 2021 by Ellen Christian
You will love these football party appetizer recipes! Easy football party recipes are a must if you want to spend the day enjoying the game instead of slaving away in the kitchen. You don’t need to turn to frozen food and take out pizza for your Super Bowl party. There are plenty of easy and healthy recipes that you can make ahead and have ready when you need them. Having a football party isn’t just about the game!
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Football Party Appetizer Recipes
When I choose football party recipes, I try to have a selection of snacks and meal ideas so people can choose from a variety. Of course, we always keep fresh-cut fruits and vegetables on hand and baskets of chips to snack on too. And, those that are watching their waistline can choose to snack on the fresh-cut vegetables.
Build your own slider bars are also a popular way to serve your guests.
Easy football party recipes:
- Jalapeno popper football cheese ball
- Philly cheesesteak sliders
- Jalapeno popper dip
- Buffalo chicken bites
- BBQ meatball sliders
- Pizza puff appetizers
- Asparagus tomato parmesan squares
- Meatballs without breadcrumbs
- Wild Gochujang wings
- Shrimp cocktail sauce
What do you serve at a football party?
When planning your football party appetizers, it’s important to remember that people will want to be in front of the television watching the big game. That means that food should be portable. Finger foods work wonderfully for this type of party. Here are a few ideas to get started with.
- Bacon wrapped jalapeno poppers
- Tasty topped English muffins
- Caramelized apple onion and ham bruschetta
- Buffalo chicken meatballs
- Loaded tater tot skewers
- Antipasto squares
- Southern pimento cheese recipe
- Easy smoked salmon
- Chicken ranch bites
- Creamy bacon cheeseburger dip
What is the best Super Bowl snack?
That will really depend on who you ask. While my husband loves spicy, Mexican food. I am partial to a slice of quiche or stuffed mushroom cap. Here are a few football party appetizer recipes you can try.
- Warm taco dip with refried beans
- Baked spinach artichoke dip
- Chicken satay with peanut sauce on skewers
- Cowboy caviar
- 5-layer chili cheese dip
What are the best finger foods for a party?
If you’re planning on what appetizers to take to a party whether it’s a New Year’s Eve party or a football party, appetizers make wonderful finger foods. Here are a few recipes that you may not have tried before. I’m looking forward to trying the bacon-wrapped pickles at our next football party. And, my cheese ball recipe is always a party favorite.
- Game time cheese football
- Creamy crawfish dip
- Easy buffalo chicken dip
- Bacon wrapped pickles
- Easy crabbies appetizer
- Buffalo chicken bites
- Dairy free queso dip
- Creamy bacon ranch dip
- Million dollar dip recipe
- Cheese ball recipe
Slow cooker football party recipes
One of the easiest ways to keep your football party appetizer recipes warm is to bring them in your slow cooker. You can keep the slow cooker on warm so that the foot is warm when it’s service. You can also use a hot plate if your appetizer doesn’t work well in a slow cooker or Crockpot.
- Maple meatballs in the slow cooker
- Crockpot cheese dip with hot sauce
- Crockpot barbeque ranch kielbasa
- Slow cooker white queso dip
- Crockpot corn and jalapeno dip
- Whole 30 slow cooker Tha chicken wings
- Slow cooker buffalo ranch pretzel pieces
- Crockpot Swedish meatballs
- Chipotle pineapple meatballs
- Sweet and spicy buffalo chicken dip
So, what are your go-to football party appetizer recipes that keep you out of the kitchen? I hope that you’ll try a few of the ones I’ve included at your next party.
Ellen is a busy mom of a 24-year-old son and 29-year-old daughter. She owns six blogs and is addicted to social media. She believes that it doesn’t have to be difficult to lead a healthy life. She shares simple healthy living tips to show busy women how to lead fulfilling lives. If you’d like to work together, email firstname.lastname@example.org to chat.