A round up of delicious and simple snacks to bust out on Super Bowl Sunday. Of course, all we’re making is Snoop Dogg’s 8-layer dip,  but if you want to be all weird and make other stuff, that’s up to you.

Keep it simple and delicious
The Hot Plate has a great round-up of seriously simple Super Bowl recipes for meat-lovers and vegetarians alike. These recipes are especially great if you’re hoping to serve up a full meal for the Big Game.

Go Gourmet
Bon Appetit has a staggering collection of Super Bowl recipe suggestions. If you’re looking to bust a serious culinary groove on Sunday, might we suggest serving Bourbon-Glazed drummettes with Blue Cheese Dipping Sauce, Mini Sage and Fontina Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Spicy Popcorn, and Cornmeal Biscuits with Cheddar and Chipotle? If you want a healthier dip option, try this Beet, Chickpea and Almond dip. And, of course, the classic Spinach Dip is a must, but why not add a parmesan twist? They also have a great beer cocktail recipe created by Damon Boelte of Prime Meats in Brooklyn.

Get Creative
Closet Cooking has some great twists on Super Bowl classics, like guacamole jazzed up with bacon or blue cheese, cheesy Artichoke Bread, Pizza Dip, and Bacon Double Cheeseburger Dip.

Get Crazy
For a Super Bowl meal people will be talking about ’til next year, try these Buffalo Wing Cup Cakes from The Kitchn. Other great ideas? Make it communal with a Baked Potato Bar or Taco Bar

Be Appetizing
Epicurious has a great round up of Super Finger Foods for game day, like Super ‘Shrooms, Sausage Cheese Balls, and mini stuffed potatoes. Also, we MUST mention their Blue Cheese and Caramelized Shallot dip. UM! YUM!

Be Healthy
Okay, yes, Super Bowl is all about indulgence, but if you don’t feel like lying around on the couch and groaning for three hours following the Big Game, try some of these slightly healthier snack options. The Active Foodie suggests Chipotle Sweet Potato Fries, Black Bean Dip, and Lightened Up Boneless Buffalo Strips.

~ Haley Cullingham