Jan 31, 2024
40 Best Super Bowl Food Ideas
The best part of Super Bowl Sunday? The snacks! Below, you’ll find easy Super Bowl food ideas to help you make a crowd-pleasing game day spread.
Super Bowl snacks are the best part of any Super Bowl party! Ok, for some people, the football is a highlight too, but I think we can all agree that the snacks are still important. To help you celebrate this year’s big game, I’ve rounded up my best Super Bowl food ideas below. They include everything you need to put together an epic game day spread—finger foods, delicious dips, salty snacks, desserts, and more.
These Super Bowl recipes are easy, flavorful, and—most importantly—fun. Whether you’re tuning in for the halftime show, the commercials, or the game itself, they’ll make your Super Bowl Sunday a blast. Enjoy!
Our Best Super Bowl Food Ideas
These cauliflower buffalo wings are saucy, spicy, and crisp around the edges. They’re addictive on their own (you’ve been warned!), but they’re also fantastic with vegan ranch dressing for dipping. They’re a fun veggie alternative to chicken wings. Even meat eaters will love them!
Is it really a Super Bowl party if there isn’t guac? This version is extra-zesty and fresh—everyone will ask for the recipe!
This recipe is like an inside-out jalapeño popper. Roasted jalapeños and garlic add spicy, savory flavor to the creamy, tangy dip. Serve with crackers or tortilla chips!
This classic finger food is a hit at any party, Super Bowl or otherwise. Get ahead by making the hard-boiled eggs up to 3 days in advance.
These saucy sliders are the perfect Super Bowl food! Prep the BBQ jackfruit up to 2 days in advance. On the day of the big game, keep it warm on the stove or in a slow cooker so that guests can assemble sandwiches when they’re ready to eat.
I’d throw a game day party just to have an excuse to make this dip! It’s rich, creamy, and packed with umami caramelized onions. Scoop it up with fresh veggies or ridged potato chips.
Why order delivery when you can make an epic veggie pizza at home?! This one features a delicious combo of roasted red peppers, artichoke hearts, red onion, and basil.
Cook this easy chili a day or two ahead of time so that the smoky, spicy flavors have a chance to deepen in the fridge. When you serve it, set out toppings like sour cream, pickled jalapeños, pickled red onions, and/or shredded cheddar cheese so that guests can load up their bowls with all the fixings.
If you’re making chili, you need cornbread to go with it! Jalapeño peppers and cheddar cheese give this recipe an extra boost of flavor.
When it comes to Super Bowl snacks, you can’t go wrong with chips and salsa. Take this classic pairing to the next level by making the salsa yourself! I particularly love this salsa verde recipe. It’s bright, zesty, and easy to make.
These little appetizers pack a whole lotta flavor into a single bite. I fill the juicy, meaty mushroom caps with savory sun-dried tomatoes, fresh parsley, and salty pecorino cheese. Toasty pine nuts and panko breadcrumbs add the perfect amount of crunch.
With crispy, salty skins and fluffy insides, these perfect baked potatoes will be a hit at any Super Bowl party! Serve them with a big dollop of vegan sour cream and smoky tempeh bacon bits.
No list of Super Bowl food ideas would be complete without spinach artichoke dip. I sneak extra veggies into this version, blending cauliflower into the creamy base. It’s every bit as delicious as the classic!
These crispy fries are easy to make in the oven! Serve them with ketchup, mustard, or chipotle sauce for dipping.
Even the biggest football fans will forget about the game when they see these loaded nachos. They’re layered with gooey vegan queso, tangy pickled onions, avocado, pico de gallo, and plant-based ground beef. They’ll be the star of your Super Bowl snack table!
Looking for make-ahead Super Bowl food ideas? This refreshing dip is for you. You can prep it up to a day in advance—the flavors only improve as they mix and mingle in the fridge.
If you’re on the hunt for Super Bowl food ideas that can pass as dinner, make this homemade mac and cheese! Creamy, comforting, and supremely cheesy, this dish is a crowd-pleasing addition to a Super Bowl spread.
These easy garlic knots are soft, fluffy, and filled with rich, savory flavor. The whole batch will be gone before you know it!
Looking for Super Bowl food ideas that are just as fun to make as they are to eat? These crispy baked taquitos are for you! You’ll have a blast making the zesty jackfruit filling, tucking it into tortillas, and baking them until crisp.
Another great homemade salsa recipe! This version is bright, refreshing, and ready in just 10 minutes. Store-bought can’t compare.
This easy dip will be a standout in any spread of Super Bowl snacks! Top it with fresh garnishes like tomatoes, avocado, and sliced chiles to accent its smooth, creamy texture.
I love a potato moment on a Super Bowl snack table, and these smashed potatoes are tough to beat. They’re creamy in the middle, crisp around the edges, and packed with savory garlic flavor. Load them up with drizzles of chipotle sauce or sprinkles of Parmesan cheese!
These air fryer onion rings will rival any you’ve had out to eat! They’re crispy, golden brown, and packed with addictive oniony flavor.
Tip: Turn this BBQ sando into sliders for a snack-able Super Bowl food idea!
No one will guess that this creamy queso dip is vegan! Even though it’s made with plant-based ingredients, it tastes just as “cheesy” as the real thing.
The ultimate vegan Super Bowl food! These cheese-less cheese fries are loaded with smoky plant-based chili, fresh veggies, and my ooey gooey vegan cheese.
How do you turn Super Bowl snacks into an actual meal? Easy! Make tacos with buffalo cauliflower wings, fresh veggies, and loads of vegan ranch. This recipe is SO darn flavorful—you might want to add it to your regular dinner rotation!
Jalapeño poppers check all the Super Bowl food boxes. They’re spicy, tangy, crispy, creamy, and finger-friendly to boot! In this lightened-up recipe, I make the creamy filling with Greek yogurt instead of cream cheese.
When I was growing up, my mom’s 7-layer dip was my favorite Super Bowl snack. This recipe is a plant-based riff on hers, made with refried beans, guacamole, spiced-up quinoa, and loads of fresh veggies. Top it off with a drizzle of cashew cream, and serve with tortilla chips.
These oven fries are very tasty on their own…but they’re also a fantastic vehicle for a variety of dipping sauces. Use them to shovel up ketchup, spicy mayo, or honey mustard dressing!
Who says you need potatoes to make yummy fries?! Serve these crispy-creamy snacks with chipotle ranch dressing for dipping.
Great for watching movies, and equally great for watching football! I like to season it with melted butter, sea salt, and nutritional yeast for cheesy flavor.
A fresher spin on the classic game day snack! These vegan potato skins are filled with a zesty bean and corn salad, sunflower sour cream, and crispy coconut bacon.
Set out these soft, chewy homemade pretzels with spicy mustard or vegan cheese sauce for dipping.
Like your favorite chocolate chip cookies, but even easier to make! Soft, chewy, and packed with chocolate chips, they’ll be a Super Bowl hit.
These healthy cauliflower bites are crispy on the outside, tender in the middle, and seasoned to perfection with garlic powder and smoked paprika. I love them with a squeeze of lemon juice and tartar sauce for dipping.
Roasted sweet potatoes, poblanos, and black beans amp up the flavor in these simple veggie quesadillas. Serve them with a big squeeze of lime juice and fresh fixings like pickled onions, salsa, and guacamole.
This easy homemade salsa is a great condiment for Super Bowl food ideas like tacos and nachos. It’s also delicious on its own! Scoop it up with tortilla chips for a bright, zesty snack.
Just as crispy and delicious as regular French fries, but made with way less oil. Serve them with ketchup, mayo, or my creamy chipotle sauce for dipping.
Forget football—these chewy, fudgy brownies will be the main event at any Super Bowl party. With crisp edges, crackly tops, and the richest chocolate flavor, they’re SO much better than the boxed mix!
More Super Bowl Food Ideas
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Super Bowl Food Ideas: Buffalo Cauliflower Wings
These buffalo cauliflower wings are one of our favorite super bowl food ideas!
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Preheat the oven to 450°F and line two large baking sheets with parchment paper.
In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, cornstarch, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, and salt. Add the water and whisk until smooth. Add the cauliflower and stir to coat.
Lift the cauliflower florets out of the batter, allowing any excess batter to drip back into the bowl. Arrange in a single layer on the prepared baking sheets and bake for 10 minutes. Use a spatula to carefully flip the florets. Bake for another 10 minutes, swapping the pans on the oven racks.
Remove the cauliflower from the oven and brush with some of the buffalo sauce. Bake for another 12 to 15 minutes, or until the cauliflower is dark and crisp around the edges.
Remove from the oven and brush with additional buffalo sauce. If desired, serve with vegan ranch for dipping.