10 Fun Snacks To Serve For The Soccer Game

Are you looking forward to watching the big match at the stadium from home? If yes, then you should definitely consider serving some delicious snacks during the game. There are plenty of options out there, from popcorn to chips and cookies

10 Fun Snacks To Serve For The Soccer Game

And today, I have a wide range of snacks that are a must for any soccer game match!

1. Fried Chicken Wings

The original recipe called for a combination of flour, cornstarch, salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, cayenne, and Old Bay seasoning.

But you don’t have to use all of those spices — just what you like. You can even add different herbs and spices to make your own signature flavor.

I used boneless skinless chicken thighs, but you could use breasts too. If you do, cut each breast into four pieces.

For the sauce, I used a mixture of ketchup, honey mustard, soy sauce, Worcestershire sauce, molasses, vinegar, and hot sauce. This gives the wings a sweet/spicy kick.

If you’re making these for a crowd, you’ll probably want to double the recipe. Just keep in mind that baking takes longer than frying.

The secret to crispy wings is simple: let them rest at room temperature for about 30 minutes after frying.

Then coat them in a mixture of flour, salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, baking soda, and cayenne.

Let them chill in the refrigerator while you heat up oil in a deep fryer or cast iron skillet over medium heat.

Fry the wings in batches until golden brown. Drain on paper towels. Serve hot with blue cheese dressing or your favorite dipping sauce.

2. Mac & Cheese Pork Sliders

The Mac & Cheese Pork Slider is a dish that combines macaroni pasta and pork tenderloin into one delicious sandwich. (see 15 Spooky Dishes You Can Make For Halloween)

This recipe requires you to cook both ingredients separately, but it is well worth the effort because the end product tastes amazing.

The Mac & Cheese pork slider recipe is one of my most popular recipes ever. I’ve been making it for years now, and I’m still tweaking it every day. This version includes some simple changes that make it even better.

I start with ground pork because it adds flavor without adding fat. Then I add cheese sauce to give it a creamy texture.

And finally, I use breadcrumbs to help bind everything together. You’ll love how easy it is to make — just mix up the ingredients and bake away!

3. Sweet & Spicy Peanuts

These peanuts are great snacks or appetizers. They are sweetened with honey and seasoned with chili powder, cayenne pepper, garlic salt, onion powder, paprika, and black pepper. You can find the full recipe here.

The sweet and spicy peanuts are perfect for snacking while watching soccer and football games, and you don’t even have to watch football to enjoy them. They’re great served straight out of the bag, but you’ll find lots of ways to use them here too. 

This recipe works best with a mustard dipping sauce for a light, but a delicious snack for the game!

4. Fun Loaded Black Bean Nachos with Green And Red Salsas

These nacho chips are loaded with black beans, cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, sour cream, guacamole, and salsa.

They’re great served hot or cold, and they make a fun snack or appetizer. If you want to add some protein, try topping them with refried beans and shredded chicken.

This recipe is inspired by homemade methods, and there’s nothing better than that for game day! I love making nachos because it’s a great way to use up leftover ingredients, like black beans, corn tortillas, cheese, sour cream, and salsa.

But there are times when you want something different, and this dish delivers. I topped mine with red and green salsas — both made with roasted tomatoes — and served them with guacamole and chips.

The key step is roasting the tomatoes. Roasted tomatoes add depth of flavor to sauces, soups, and stews.

To roast them, preheat the oven to 400 degrees F. Cut off the tops of the tomatoes, place them cut-side down on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, and bake for about 30 minutes.

Remove from the oven and let cool slightly. Then carefully scoop out the tomato flesh into a bowl, discarding the skins.

If you don’t have access to a food processor, you can chop the tomatoes finely by hand.

5. BA Party Mix

The BA Party Mix is a bowl of party mix that allows you to add or subtract ingredients depending on what mood you are in.

You just pull out the ingredients you want and pour them into the bowl. Then, you simply shake the mixture around to combine everything together.

You can use the BA Party Mix to make things like cake batter, cookie dough, ice cream topping, pasta sauce, salad dressing, salsa, smoothie base, soup, yogurt, and even pancake batter.

The BA Party Mix is a bottomless bowl of party mix designed to keep guests coming back for seconds and thirds.

The BA Party Mix is a bottomless bowl of party food. You add whatever toppings you want, and it keeps adding toppings forever.

This is a great way to feed a crowd without having to worry about running out of food.

6. Popcorn Toffee Crunch Bars

These bars are like crack. They’re addictive. You’ll want to eat one every day. And you won’t stop eating them once you start.

These bars are sweet, salty, chewy, crispy, and creamy. They’re delicious. They’re addicting. They’re popcorn toffee crack bars.

They’re just what they sound like – a combination of buttery popcorn and rich caramelized toffee. But there’s something else about them too. They’re easy to make.

They take less than 30 minutes to prepare. And they taste great. So go ahead. Make some popcorn toffee crack bars today.

The recipe calls for popping popcorn in butter and sugar syrup. Once it’s done, you add peanut butter chips and chocolate chips.

Then, you mix it up and pour it into a pan. After cooling, cut into bars and enjoy.

7. Crispiest Potato Chips

The secret to crispy potato chips lies in the fryer’s temperature. If you want to make crunchy chips, use a low oil temperature.

This will allow the chip to absorb less oil and cook faster, resulting in crisper chips.

To test the oil temperature, place a thermometer into the oil. You’ll know it’s ready when the reading reaches 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

To ensure that your chips are cooked properly without burning, dip them in cold water immediately after they come out of the fryer.

Then let them sit for about 10 minutes before serving.

8. Beef Picadillo Puffy Tacos

The recipe for beef picadillo puffy tacos calls for fresh tortillas. If you don’t have fresh tortillas, you’ll end up with steamed tortilla pockets.

To prevent this, I recommend making sure you’re using fresh tortillas. You can find some great deals on frozen tortillas online.

For the trademark steam pockets, it’s best to use fresh tortillas, according to Taco Bell.

In a tweet posted Thursday, the fast food chain shared a recipe for beef picadillo puffy tacos.

The taco shells are cooked in a steamer basket over boiling water. Then, the filling is placed inside each shell. After that, the shells are folded closed, and fried.

The recipe includes instructions for how to make the taco shells. They require six eggs, one pound of ground beef, three cups of shredded cheese, four cups of diced tomatoes, one cup of chopped onion, one teaspoon of salt, and one tablespoon of chili powder.

The ingredients must be mixed together thoroughly and then rolled into balls. These balls are then flattened out and placed into a steamer basket.

Once the water boils, the basket is put into the pot and left there for about 10 minutes. This allows the dough to cook and puff up.

After cooking, the tortilla shells are removed from the steamer and allowed to cool down. They are then filled with the meat mixture and topped off with cheese. Finally, the finished tacos are deep-fried.

9. Ham and Cheese Toasties in a Bread Basket

This recipe is a great way to use up leftover bread. You don’t even have to toast it first; just slice it into cubes and bake it in the oven.

Once it cools down, you can add whatever ingredients you want to make sandwiches. For this version, I used ham and cheese, but you could easily swap those out for turkey or chicken.

If you’re looking for something different, try adding some veggies like spinach or tomatoes.

10. BA’s Best Onion Rings

The best onion rings are a must for any soccer game night with your friends!

Onion rings are also a classic snack-time food when you want something greasy and tasty that can be eaten with your hands. Anything that is grab-and-go is welcome for the match game, right?

Easier the better. So, enjoy this recipe for the best onion rings out there, and you can make them as big and as chunky as you want them to be!

Final Thoughts

If you’re hosting a soccer party, these recipes should help you get through the day (see other recipes like Cherry Ball Jell-O Shots Recipe). There are plenty of options for appetizers, sides, drinks, and desserts. All of these dishes are easy to prepare and perfect for a casual gathering.

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