A Definitive Guide to NFL Sunday Foods

What is NFL Sunday with plenty of snacks and beer to fill your bellies? Everyone has their own opinions when it comes to what should be served, but forget all that. We have made a definitive guide to NFL Sunday foods that guarantees everyone sitting down to watch the game will leave full and happy — at least over the food.

A Definitive Guide to NFL Sunday Foods

Beer Nuts

Skip the boring, plain cashews and give the people what they really want — flavorful snack they can’t get enough of. All it takes is a few simple ingredients to make this delicious treat — just make sure to have plenty more to serve since beer nuts definitely go fast.


Are you even watching football if you don’t have wings? If you don’t want to buy them, bake some chicken wings until they’re fully cooked, and coat them with your favorite seasoning or sauce. We recommend serving at least buffalo, honey barbecue, and garlic-parmesan flavors to please the entire crowd.

Potato Skins

Everyone loves potatoes. End of story. To make these, you’ll need a five-pound bag of potatoes, cheddar cheese, bacon, and sour cream. As easy as they are to make, here’s a recipe to make your life a little easier.


These are one of the most classic NFL Sunday foods. Since they’re so simple to make, especially in large servings — just layer chips, ground beef, cheese, lettuce, tomato, and guac, and you’re all set to snack.

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