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Super Bowl Party Finger Foods

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super bowl foodsby Catalogs.com Info Guru Aurora LaJambre

Refusing to wash your jersey all season may have helped your team make it to the championship. Who knows!

It’s a safe bet fans can’t control the big game’s outcome, but we can make sure the party food is better than ever.

These Super Bowl party finger foods will keep spirits high regardless of the score.

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10. Potato skins

Potato skins

It doesn’t get much easier than hollowing out a few baked potatoes and melting sharp cheddar cheese on top. Crumble some bacon on each potato skin and serve with the comforting combo of chives and sour cream.

9. Wings

Wings

Bake up a batch of spicy chicken wings and your guests will cheer for sure. Coat them in a simple sauce of butter, garlic, hot sauce and salt for finger-licking results. Add some variation by using a barbecue sauce or poultry rub on half the batch. Don’t forget the celery sticks and a cooling ranch or blue cheese dip.

8. Mac & Cheese bites

Mac & Cheese bites

Carb-heavy snacks are one of the many Super Bowl party foods staples, especially if children are around. Use your go-to mac & cheese recipe with favorite gourmet cheeses and scoop it into muffin liners to bake. Top with breadcrumbs and a dash of paprika for color.

7. Pigs in blankets

Pigs in blankets

Tuck your mini hot dogs in crescent dough before guests arrive and pop them in the oven about 12 minutes before you want to serve them. Sprinkle a few sesame seeds on top of some and poppy seeds on others. Serve with artisan mustard, ketchup and gourmet sauces.

6. Sliders

Sliders

Sliders cook fast so they’re an ideal half-time highlight. Make mini ground pork and sausage, or steak patties before guests arrive and keep them refrigerated. When it’s that special time, toast the buns in the oven while the meat sizzles on the stove top. Set up a basic fixings bar with lettuce, tomato, relish and other condiments.

5. Quesadillas

Quesadillas

Crunchy quesadillas oozing with warm cheese and sausage and seasoned with Mexican spices are a guaranteed crowd pleaser. Toast the tortilla until it’s slightly browned and slice them into easy-to-eat triangles. Serve with a black bean dip, guacamole and smoky salsa.

4. Jalapeno poppers

Jalapeno poppers

Put your own stamp on these Super Bowl party finger foods! These easy Super Bowl party finger foods pack a punch of flavor and a kick of spice. Fill raw halves with a meatless mix of diced onion, cheese, cream cheese and egg. Bake until the filling is bubbling and golden. Serve with sour cream and tissues for those with low spice tolerance.

3. Dessert

Dessert

Dessert is always a good idea when you expect half the guests will be celebrating and the other half will commiserate before leaving. Send them off with something sweet in their bellies! No need to get fancy here – odds are emotional guests won’t pay much attention to presentation. Chocolate cookies decorated like footballs, warm brownies and other sweet winter treats like peanut brittle and truffles will be devoured.

2. Mini meatballs

Mini meatballs

Mini meatballs are the perfect answer when everyone gets a little peckish mid-quarter. Roll them into bite-sized balls, brown them and adjust the bake time for the smaller sizes. To serve, drizzle on just enough sauce to leave guests wanting more. If the guest list is small, set out small dipping bowls of marinara.

1. Grilled chicken satay

Grilled chicken satay

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Grilled meat on a stick! Use basic seasoning and grill meat with care so it doesn’t get too dry! When ready, slice portions small so you can easily skewer them and serve on a plate with some fresh cilantro for garnish. Take it over the top with a spicy peanut or ginger dipping sauce.

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