As much as the annual Super Bowl is about football, it’s also just as much about the food. Fans across the country gather at bars and friend’s houses alike to watch the big game and, of course, share some food throughout the duration of the game.

If you’re throwing a Super Bowl party this season, here are some effortless yet just as delicious appetizers that will be sure to score you extra points with your fellow Super Bowl fans.

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Pigskin in a Blanket

This one goes without being said, but we’ll say it anyway: pigs in a blanket is a classic Super Bowl party appetizer. Pigskin in a Blanket offers a creative twist on the classic dish, as it calls for the appetizer to be arranged in the shape of a football. Now if that doesn’t shout Super Bowl, we don’t know what does. The best part: it’s super simple. Total prep time: 25 minutes. Touchdown, am I right?

Honey BBQ Chicken Wings

We can all agree that a Super Bowl gathering without chicken wings is a crime. If you whip up this recipe for game day, you’ll be in the clear. This dish is a reminder that more often than not, nothing beats classic recipes like this one. Pair these savory wings with a dipping sauce or other finger food dish and you’ll be all set for kickoff. This recipe makes 20 wings, and also provides all the ingredients you’ll need to make a killer rub and sauce, too.

Chili

Is it cold outside? (We’re assuming it is if you’re prepping for the annual Super Bowl.) Do you own a slow cooker? We’re hoping you do, because this chili recipe is effortless to make and can feed an entire football team. Your crockpot or slow cooker will do all the hard work while you get pumped for the big game. Pair it with classic nacho toppings like shredded cheese, salsa, and sour cream, and you’ve got a meal that will last through every quarter.

Pizza Bombs

If you’re not planning on ordering pizza but still want to include it on your Super Bowl party menu, these pizza bombs are sure to be a hit. While some prep work is involved, it makes for a fun and creative activity to do with a friend before the big game starts, or while watching the annual pre-game show. After the prep work is done, it’s smooth sailing from there: 15-20 minutes in the oven and you’ve got a tasty appetizer fit for the whole team.

Nachos

Nachos are sure to be a fan favorite at your Super Bowl Party. This versatile and easy-to-make dish can be prepared in more ways than one, and this recipe demonstrates four different ways to prepare the classic app. From sweet and savory to ultra hot and spicy, this is a great way to round out your appetizer menu. Plus, prep time is under 10 minutes, allowing you more time to spend with your friends and family preparing for the big game.

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