Super Bowl Snack Ideas

Getting ready for one of the biggest games of the year? Well, no Super Bowl party is complete without snacks to accompany it. For some, range from simple chip and dip to more elaborate takes on eats when watching the game, and Mobile Attic has a few ideas to hopefully inspire some unique concepts when it comes to chowing down.

1 – Mixed Nuts and Pretzels

You can grab an arrangement of lightly salted pretzels mixed with your favorite nuts. Put them in the oven on low heat for a few minutes to bake and you’ve got an easy dish ready to go. For toppings you can lightly oil them an add your own twist, like a dash of brown sugar for a salty/sweet flavoring.n

2 – Homemade Guacamole

Avocados are a kingpin of healthy eating, and you can make your own guacamole with them. Spice it up as much as you like and make as much as you need. This option tastes great and works with any dippable food item, perfect for a Super Bowl party.

3 – Pickle Wrap Dip

Feeling the time pinch? Or, maybe you don’t want to cook something elaborate for game night. Pickle wrap dip is an ideal solution because it has only a handful of ingredients. Just combining cream cheese, relish, and a good amount of pepper works wonders, best for any dipping food. 

4 – Stuffed Peppers

Spicy or tangy, peppers make for a great option when serving snack foods. You can find medium sized peppers of your choice and slice them in half, stuffing them cheese or preferred toppings. You can even get extra crazy by deep frying the whole thing!

5 – Pigs in a Blanket

Nothing says easy and snackable like pigs in a blanket! You can home make these or grab them from your store, but they’re a perfect bit sized option. You can get extra creative by making a custom sauce too like homemade ketchup to add a little extra flavor!

6 – Onion Rings

You can make your own batch of onion rings if you’ve got the time. To make it easier, you can even whip them up in an oven if you’d prefer not to get messy! Lather them with bather, choice of topping and put them in the oven as needed. Of course, you can go to the store bought option too, but these snacks are an easy choice when serving multiple people.

7 – Buffalo Dip

Nothing says Super Bowl than hot wings, so why not combine the elements to whip up buffalo chicken dip for a tasty zinger. The recipe calls for cream cheese, so don’t serve this to the lactose intolerant! We’ve included the recipe for your convenience.

Don’t forget to consider storage and putting things away before the big game. You can contact Mobile to learn how our mobile storage solutions are best for you!

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