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The Best Super Bowl Party Snacks

Make your super bowl party the best on the block with these tasty treats.


Honey Garlic Wings

If the kids turn their nose up at spicy hot wings, this  yummy, milder version is a great alternative. And they’re baked in the oven, so no messy frying necessary.

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Mini-Seven Layer Dips

Make your seven layer dip ingredients and then portion them out into little cups. This way that picky kid who picks out the olives can have his own olive-free cup.

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Peanut Butter Football Dip

Instead of a giant cheeseball, use peanut butter instead. Form the batter into a football shape and add the toppings!

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Caramel Apple Nachos

Caramel apples you can eat without breaking a tooth! (And with built in portion control.) These apple nachos are sliced and drizzled with gooey goodness. 

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Super Snackadium!

If you've got time and you are feeling really ambitious, you can try making this amazing Snackadium. Rice Krispy Treat walls, homemade guacamole, cheese dip, and salsa as the field, and a variety of chips and sandwiches to line the outside.

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