Seven Easy Snack Recipes to Make at Home for the Super Bowl
Seven Easy Snack Recipes to Make at Home for the Super Bowl

Seven Easy Snack Recipes to Make at Home for the Super Bowl

Here are seven easy Super Bowl snack recipes that you can make at home in no time, including popcorn chicken, boneless and wings.

Snacks are a must-try food for Super Bowl viewers. Chicken wings, guacamole and meatballs are favorite preparations among Americans. Here are seven easy snack recipes to prepare at home on Super Bowl Sunday.

1. French fries with cheddar cheese and bacon

French fries are an ideal snack to share that you can accompany with different ingredients, cheddar cheese and bacon are an exquisite addition. You can make this recipe in just 30 minutes. You need: potatoes, bacon, cheddar cheese, cream, parsley, salt and pepper.

2. Boneless

Boneless is a perfect Super Bowl snack that you can make in 30 minutes. This chicken snack can be served with a variety of sauces, BBQ is one of the favorites.

3. Spicy Chicken Wings

One of the easiest ways to make chicken wings is with hot sauce. We show you how to prepare this snack with Tabasco sauce among its ingredients.

4. Chicken wings with homemade BBQ sauce

Chicken wings are one of the most iconic sports foods around. Americans are projected to eat 1.45 billion chicken wings by Super Bowl LVII, according to the National Chicken Council. BBQ wings are one of the most popular and easy-to-make options. We show you how to prepare them with a sweet and slightly spicy homemade sauce.

5. Teriyaki Chicken Wings

Teriyaki chicken wings are prepared by grilling, sautéing or stir-frying the previously marinated meat with a sweet sauce based on honey, ginger and soy sauce. In a little less than an hour you can have a Japanese recipe snack ready.

6. Popcorn chicken

Popcorn chicken is a crunchy, juicy and easy-to-make snack. It requires only a few ingredients and is ideal for sharing with the family during the game.

7. Guacamole

Guacamole is a basic, must-have Super Bowl dip that you can eat with tortilla chips, tostadas and other snacks. Preparing guacamole is simple and requires only a few ingredients: avocado, onion, chile, cilantro and lime.

Guacamole is one of the most enjoyed side dishes at the Super Bowl. “Currently the Big Game is the number one occasion when avocados and guacamole are served and prepared. In fact, it would be enough to fill approximately 30 million soccer helmets with the Mexican dish,” shares the Association of Avocado Producers and Packers Exporters of Mexico (APEAM).