10 Super Bowl Snacks Recipes

Need some Super Bowl-worthy snacks to nosh on during the big game? We’ve got some suggestions. Ten of them, to be exact.

Ten bags of spiced popcorn with assorted flavors
This spiced popcorn is made with oil, corn kernels, butter, and salt, and is topped with your favorite spice combinations. Seriously, you'll never go back to salt and butter again.
Spicy Chex mix scattered on a baking sheet with a spoon lying in the middle.
This homemade spicy Chex mix bears some resemblance to the original but is SO much more interesting. The combination of roasted nuts, toasted cereal, and the ideal amount of cayenne and chili seasoning means you may never go back to the classic.
Several bacon-wrapped chicken wings on a grill grate with flame below.
Bacon-wrapped chicken wings need just three ingredients–chicken wings, bacon, and black pepper–to make this stellar nosh. In about an hour you’ll have the best-grilled finger food you can imagine. And sooo simple.
Open waxed paper bag with popcorn and maple bacon bits spilling out
This amazing popcorn is popped in bacon fat with bacon fat, bacon and maple syrup is a bacon-lover’s version of America’s favorite nighttime, couch-sitting, sitcom-accompanying snack.
A glass bowl filled with Sriracha mayonnaise and a typed label underneath.
Sriracha mayonnaise is gonna shatter your previous notions of what a dipping sauce or sandwich spread or all-around condiment ought to be. Here’s how to make it and our suggested uses.
A salted caramel and pretzel cookie topped with flaked sea salt and pieces of pretzel.
These salted caramel and pretzel cookies, made with buttery sugar cookie dough, pretzel pieces, and dulce de leche, have it all. Sweet, salty, chewy, and crunchy. Sorta like everything cookies. Need we say more?
Chocolate covered potato chips with sprinkles on the chocolate in a single layer on a parchment-lined baking sheet.
This chocolate-covered potato chips recipe shows you just how easy it is to make a ridiculously gratuitous, crowd-pleasing dessert for game day.
A cast-iron skillet filled with chocolate brownie.
These skillet brownies are made with dark chocolate, sugar, eggs, almonds or hazelnuts, and cocoa, and baked in a cast-iron skillet. They’re crisp on the edges, gooey in the middle, and just happen to be gluten-free as well.
A single compost cookie from Christina Tosi.
These compost cookies, created by Christina Tosi of Momofuku Milk Bar, have a pretty surprising and impressive array of mix-ins, including ground espresso, potato chips, and pretzels. Salty, sweet, chewy, gooey, and soul satisfying.


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