Easy Super Bowl Party Snacks and Platters

Easy Super Bowl Party Snacks and Platters

Super Bowl party platters and snack trays are an easy way to feed the hungry crowd gathered for the game. Make your own platters of hand-held and bite-sized snacks loaded with meat, cheese, and other favorite ingredients.

Throw a Super Bowl bash with hearty snacks that will satisfy any hungry sports fan. Create a lineup full of bite-sized tempting treats ranging from meaty, cheesy favorites to sweet and easy snacks worthy of a taste buds touchdown.

Mini Cheeseburgers

Miniature cheeseburgers are always a crowd pleaser at sports parties. Instead of using regular hamburger buns, use pre-packaged dinner rolls. Shape the mini burgers and press onions, peppers, and other savory treats into the meat before cooking. Slide each burger onto the bottom half of a roll, top with your favorite ingredients, then add the top of the roll and pile the mini burgers on a platter for serving.

Sausage Cheese Dip

Melt two bars of cream cheese with one can of Rotel and a pound of crumbled fried breakfast sausage. Stir until creamy and melted, then serve a large bowl surrounded by chips for dipping. This white cheese dip can even be topped with sprinkle of extra cheese or tomato slices for extra flavor.

Chocolate-Dipped Cookies

Sandwich peanut butter or butterscotch syrup between round wafer cookies, then dip in melted chocolate bark (white or dark). For extra crunch, sprinkle crushed nuts or cookie crumbs over the top of each cookie’s melted chocolate. Let cool on wax paper, then scoop onto a platter and serve your chocolaty sandwich cookies.

Loaded Pizza Bites

Pile a series of Ritz crackers or a piece of flatbread with marinara, salsa, or your choice of sauce, then pile high with grated cheese, pepperonis, fresh-sliced peppers and onions, and other favorites. Whether you prefer traditional Italian toppings or a spicy Mexican twist, just load your crust and bake until crispy and brown. Slice into bite-sized pieces and serve along with ranch dipping sauce or a little garlic butter.

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