20 Football Snacks That’ll Make You a Game Day Party Legend

Football season is here and besides figuring out where you are going to watch the game, the next important question will always be, “What are we going to eat?!” Game day should not come with such stress about food. Rather, the only thing stressful should be watching the game. And no matter what, it will be stressful.

Luckily, here are 20 Game Day snacks that are easy to whip up and even easier to serve to those hungry, and maybe even disappointed, guests this weekend.

1. Hot Crab Dip

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Amy in the Kitchen

As a recent resident of Maryland, I have quite the affinity for crab. Regardless of where you are from, this Game Day snack will have you satisfied and in the game.

Get the recipe here.

2. Buffalo Wings

CHICKEN WINNER | These spicy snacks are the Buffalo wings of champions.

In no way, shape, form, or fashion can you have a Game Day without Buffalo wings. This recipe is renowned across the country and now it’s in your possession.

Get the recipe here.

3. Loaded Crockpot Carne Asada Tacos

Loaded Crockpot Carne Asada Tacos | halfbakedharvest.com
Half Baked Harvest

On Game Day, be sure to start these tacos the night before or early in the morning. When the game comes on, they will miraculously be ready for consumption.

Get the recipe here.

4. Southwest Loaded Potato Skins

Southwest Loaded Potato Skins
Le Creme de la Crumb

Do you like tacos? What about loaded potatoes?

Try this recipe and combine the two. Add some shredded chicken or beef to make them even more filling and delicious.

5. Beef Queso Dip

Beef Queso Dip - An incredibly velvety, meaty queso dip that is completely irresistible, and you can make it in just 15 minutes!

Game Day with no queso is nothing short of a travesty.

Get the party started with the recipe here!

6. NFL-Themed Cupcakes

How-To Make NFL Team Cupcakes

Follow this recipe to get the Game Day desserts going.

Remember to change the color of your icing based on your favorite team (no, I’m not a Packers fan).

7. Fried Pickles

Fried Pickles. Super quick and easy to make at home. Gameday snacking perfection
House of Yumm

Dip. Crunch. Repeat. Fried pickles for the win!

Get the recipe here.

8. Diamond Burgers

These Cheesy Party Burgers are so fun! Great to serve to a crowd or just to make dinner fun. Perfect for parties because you can make them the night before and cook the next day. If you want to start the party, make these Cheesy Party Burgers!!
Kevin and Amanda

Grab some Hawaiian rolls, cheese, sesames seeds and most importantly, beef.

Once collected, follow this recipe to greatness!

9. Swedish Meatballs

Swedish Meatballs - Nothing beats homemade meatballs smothered in a creamy gravy sauce, and they taste much better than the IKEA version!
Damn Delicious

Not sure if the Swedes enjoy American Football,but we definitely enjoy their appetizing cuisine.

Here’s a recipe to get the finger foods going during that Game Day party!

10. Buffalo Chicken Egg Rolls

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Cooking for Keeps

Want to switch up from regular Buffalo wings, but still want that same flavor? Stand out at the Game Day potluck with this fresh take on an American classic!

Get the recipe here.

11. Skirt Steak Quesadillas

Game Day Quesdaillas
Cooking Channel TV

Steak has some addictive qualities and these quesadillas will have your Game Day guests coming back for more!

Get the recipe here.

12. Easy French Bread Pizza

Easy French Bread Pizza on twopeasandtheirpod.com Only takes 20 minutes to make!
Two Peas and Their Pod

Who has time to roll dough and make pizza from scratch?! If you do, then more power to you; for those who don’t, take this shortcut and enjoy your Game Day.

Get the recipe here.

13. Touchdown Brownies

Touchdown Brownies for Game Day
The Baker Mama

These brownies are superb for Game Day. The salty pretzels combined with the caramel frosting will have your taste buds firing on all cylinders.

Get the recipe here.

14. Spinach Artichoke Dip

Yammie’s Noshery

One of my all time favorite snacks! You can never go wrong with cheese and a hidden portion of vegetables.

This recipe calls for the use of olive chips, but my personal favorite dip vessels are thin slices of French bread.

15. Bacon Tot Jalapeno Poppers

Oh Bite It!
Oh Bite It!

We needed more potatoes and more spice on this list. So why not combine them both?!

The unique recipe is far from a disappointment.

16. BBQ Pulled Pork Grilled Cheese

BBQ Pulled Pork Grilled Cheese
Closet Cooking

Don’t let the kids be the only ones enjoying grilled cheese. Everyone is a little childish, right? Get the recipe here!

The recipe does not mention how to cook the pulled pork, so if you’re new to this, here is a separate recipe for slow cooker pulled pork!

17. Bourbon Apple Glazed Wings

Bourbon Apple Glazed Wings. Game Day
Cooking Channel TV

Bourbon, bourbon, and bourbon. These wings have a nice and sweet tang, with slight heat and will give you a break from the typical “sweet wings”.

Try something new and show off this new recipe when your favorite team is on.

18. BBQ Brisket Sliders

Slow Cooker Brisket Sliders
Tori Avey

These little sandwiches of greatness are flavorful, moist and Game Day changers. Brisket takes quite some time, so use this slow cooker recipe to cut down on the wait!

I personally like my brisket smoked, so for those with a little more patience check out this recipe.

19. Barbacoa Tacos

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Houston Brunchaholics

Tacos, in my opinion, are only second to wings when it comes to Game Day eats. Top it how you feel fit, but don’t forget the squeeze of lime. It is a key play!

Get the recipe here.

20. Fried Boudin Balls

Fried Boudin Balls
Louisiana Cookin’

Creole and Cajun cuisine has put New Orleans on the map for some of the best food in the country.

Take those flavors to your kitchen with this amazing recipe.

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