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1. Hoagie Dip

This makes a delicious low-carb snack when you use lettuce instead of bread.

Get the recipe on Food Network.


2. Bacon-Wrapped Potato Bites with Spicy Sour Cream Dipping Sauce

You can’t go wrong with bacon and potatoes! This classic combination is taken to the next level thanks to The Kitchn’s simple sour cream dip!

Get the recipe on The Kitchn.


3. Beef Enchilada Dip

Fifteen minutes…that’s all the time it takes to make this rich, two-cheese dip. (It’ll take even less time for your family to finish it—it’s that good!)

Get the recipe on Damn Delicious.



4. Crispy Wonton Mozzarella Sticks

These are incredibly easy to make and so gosh-darn tasty. If you already love mozzarella sticks, you’ll find the crispiness of these babies extremely addicting.

Get the recipe on Neighborfood.


5. Avocado Hummus Dip

I’ve been buying hummus for years and finally made my own! If I’d known how easy and cheap it was I would have been making it long ago. The avocado is a rich, flavorful addition.

Get the recipe on The Krazy Coupon Lady.


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6. Extra-Crispy Bar-Style Tortilla Pizza Supreme

Want the pizza taste without all the pizza carbs? This is for you, and I’m confident you’ll love it!

Get the recipe on Serious Eats.


7. Healthy Buffalo Cauliflower Bites

I love buffalo chicken wings and was thrilled when I stumbled upon this healthy alternative—even my junk-food loving husband gobbles this stuff up!

Get the recipe on Gal on a Mission.


8. Cheesy Stuffed Garlic Bread

Confession: I have a major weakness for cheesy bread, and this recipe hits the spot…big time!

Get the recipe on Erica’s Recipes.


9. Mini Pepper Nachos with Corn, Black Beans, and Avocado

I’m down for trying anything with nacho toppings on it—especially if it’s healthy!

Get the recipe on Closet Cooking.


10. Chicken Teriyaki Wings

These get a little messy, but they’re so worth it!

Get the recipe on Lil’ Luna.


11. Ham and Cheese Pinwheels

Not only are these a great after-school treat, they’re perfect for game day. The best thing? They cost under $5 to make!

Get the recipe on The Krazy Coupon Lady.


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My Top 11 Game Day Snack Recipes