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These touchdown treats will get you *pumped* for the Super Bowl!

What's the biggest Super Bowl party foul? Not having enough snacks! The best part of watching the big game is snacking on gooey nachos and crunchy chips. Whether you’re hosting your BFFs or heading somewhere else for the fun, make sure to bring at least one football-themed treat. Here’s a roundup of the trendiest game day treats.

Team Popcorn

This popcorn can be customized to show your support for any team. Just buy M & M’s with your team’s colors, and you’re good to go.

Football strawberries


A special twist on chocolate-covered strawberries, these easy-to-make treats are perfect for the party.

Cookies ‘n Cream Dip


This dip is super yummy, and can be served with pretzels, wafers or your favorite cookie!

Mouthwatering Mozzarella Sticks


All you have to do is coat cheese sticks in bread crumbs and spices and you're done! This dish is speedy and a huge crowd pleaser. 

Poppin’ Pretzel Bites


Serve this yummy snack with hot queso dip to bring them to the next level!

Cowboy Caviar


This dip is full of healthy veggies and is best-served with yummy tortilla chips (less healthy, but still totally delicious).

Baked Parmesan Zucchini


These zucchini bites are a perfect healthy substitute for mozz sticks or fries, and they’re just as yummy!

Buffalo Cauliflower Poppers


The great thing about this snack is that it tastes exactly like chicken poppers, but it's made of veggies! Serve with ranch dressing, or just eat them on their own because they’re THAT good. 

“Totchos”


Totchos are the product of combining all the best game day foods: tater tots, buffalo chicken, and nachos. This appetizer will be gone before the game’s even started!

“Pizzadillas”


Pizzadillas are best served with sour cream, guac, or pizza sauce! Be careful though, combining pizza and quesadillas will be seriously addictive.

What's your favorite Super Bowl snack? Sound off in the comments below!

by Kira Barrett | 1/20/2018
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