There are two types of people who throw Super Bowl parties: those who care about sports and those who care about snacks. If you fall into that second category, you’re not going to settle for just any bag of potato chips from the corner store or a half-eaten jug of cheese balls. No, you want to have the best Super Bowl snacks in the game — though that doesn’t mean you have to make a table-sized football stadium out of guacamole. Upgrading your Super Bowl spread is as simple as buying better snacks, and on that front, we’ve got you covered.
So bust out the snack bowls and get ready for that coin toss, because here are 15 better snacks for a better Super Bowl party that you can buy online and have delivered straight to your front door (without leaving your house in this bone-chilling cold).
These honey-butter-flavored potato chips were so popular in Korea back in 2015 that there was a black market for them. And though the fervor has died down significantly since then, they’re still delicious.
If you like the combo of salty and sweet in your Super Bowl snacks, this popcorn is drizzled with milk chocolate and peanut butter. The single-serving bags are especially nice if you’re short on serving bowls.
You could also go full-on sweet with these Tim Tam biscuits. They’re an Australian chocolate-coated cookie (and a favorite of chef Gail Simmons’s), which is perfect for the person who’s more concerned with good snacks than American sports.
This variety pack includes several bags of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, but that’s not even the star of this spicy selection. There are also Flamin’ Hot Chester’s Fries, Munchies Flamin’ Hot Mix, Flamin’ Hot Limon Cheetos, and even Flamin’ Hot Funyuns (which I didn’t know existed until now).
If you’re just going to go for one spicy snack, may I recommend these chipotle-ranch-flavored Flamin’ Hot Cheetos? They’ve got the best of regular, old Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, plus a hint of that sweet, blue-bag Doritos flavor.
These “Voodoo”-flavored kettle-fried chips from New Orleans are beloved for their hard-to-place but addictive vinegary, barbecue-y, and slightly spicy flavor. And with this party-sized bag, there’s a slight chance you’ll have some chips leftover for yourself once the game’s over.
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