Super Bowl Snacks

Let the games begin…

It takes a lot of energy to cheer on your favourite team!  Be sure to have plenty of snacks on hand for your hungry Super Bowl fans.  Here are some of my favourite Super Bowl Snacks!  

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Chili Tortilla Roll Ups

Catalina Wings

Potato Chip Shrimp

Jalapeño Rings with Cumin Dip

Buttermilk Ranch Onion Rings

Mexican Jalapeño Cheddar Croquettes

Crispy Chicken Sliders with Wasabi Slaw

Mini Cornmeal Sausages with Creamy Honey Mustard

Chili Tortilla Roll Ups

Chili Tortilla Roll Ups

Do you love crispy finger food?

I do!  Chili Tortilla Rolls are perfect for any game day being crispy, cheesy and hearty enough for a gathering of game day fans.  

These tasty rolls can be made up ahead of time and cooked when you need them for a nice crisp exterior.  Once assembled they also freeze well and will keep in a sealed container for up to a month.  They’re also a great way to use up leftover chili that you might have.  I have included a thick chili to use for these rolls, but any hearty chili can be used. 

Served with the little extras like guacamole, sour cream and salsa makes them a game day hit. 

Looking for other finger food snacks?

Check out these great recipes!

Catalina Wings

Buttermilk Ranch Onion Rings

Jalapeño Rings with Cumin Dip

Chili Tortilla Roll Ups
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    Servings
    20 rolls
    Servings
    20 rolls
    Chili Tortilla Roll Ups
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      Servings
      20 rolls
      Servings
      20 rolls
      Ingredients
      Servings: rolls
      Instructions
      1. In a medium pot or dutch oven heat oil over medium heat. Add chopped onions and green pepper and sauté for 2 minutes. Stir in garlic, chili powders and cumin and continue to cook for 1 minute.
      2. Add ground beef and cook until beef is browned, stirring occasionally and breaking apart the chunks.
      3. Stir in remaining ingredients and allow to simmer uncovered for 10-15 minutes to meld falvours. Chili should be relatively thick, but add a tablespoon or two of water if needed.
      4. Place one tortilla shell on a flat surface and spread with approximately 3 tbsp of chili leaving a 1" border around. Top with 1 tbsp of cheese. Moisten the top inch of the tortilla with water. Starting from the bottom, roll tortilla shell up a third of the way. Fold in sides 1 1-1/2" and continue to roll forward, enclosing all the chili in a tubular shape.
      5. Continue with remaining shells, chili and cheese until all have been rolled.
      6. Using a 2" skillet or shallow pot, add enough canola oil to come up 1". Heat over medium until hot. Place about 6 chili rolls in hot oil with seam side down (don't overcrowd). Cook for about 2 minutes until golden. Flip and cook for an additional 2 minutes. Remove with tongs to a paper towel lined plate to absorb excess oil. Cut in half diagonally and serve with guacamole, salsa and sour cream if desired.

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      Mini Cornmeal Sausages with Creamy Honey Mustard

      Mini Cornmeal Sausages with Creamy Honey Mustard

      Whether it’s Grey Cup, Super Bowl or simply having pals over to watch fight night, Mini Cornmeal Sausages with Creamy Honey Mustard are a man’s dream snack, aside from chicken wings of course. It’s pretty hard not to like battered and fried meat on a stick.  They’re fun and easy to make, and crazy good to eat. 

      Let me start by saying, these aren’t your typical mini corn dog.  They’re made with cocktail sausages which gives them a meatier texture and better flavour than a regular hot dog.  The cocktail sausages that I used were a double smoked and triple cheese flavour.  Both amazing wrapped up in a cornmeal batter.  I also like the cocktail sausage because they’re a perfect size at 2” long, so there’s no cutting required and it makes them a great two-bite appetizer. 

      The creamy honey mustard sauce has a subtle tang and a hint of sweetness.  So good, crispy and warm right out of the hot oil and dunked in sauce. No special equipment needed either, just a pot and a thermometer.  I own a deep fryer that has a removable basin for easy clean up, but in reality, nothing cleans up easier than a single pot.  So there’s really no excuse not to make these yummy Mini Cornmeal Sausages with Creamy Honey Mustard.  So go on and get your pals over, because this recipe makes about 48 and you’ll want to share.  Enjoy!

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      Mini Cornmeal Sausages with Creamy Honey Mustard
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        48 pieces 30 minutes
        Cook Time
        30-40 minutes
        Servings Prep Time
        48 pieces 30 minutes
        Cook Time
        30-40 minutes
        Mini Cornmeal Sausages with Creamy Honey Mustard
        Print Recipe
          Servings Prep Time
          48 pieces 30 minutes
          Cook Time
          30-40 minutes
          Servings Prep Time
          48 pieces 30 minutes
          Cook Time
          30-40 minutes
          Ingredients
          Cornmeal Sausages
          Creamy Honey Mustard
          Servings: pieces
          Instructions
          Creamy Honey Mustard
          1. Whisk together all ingredients in a small bowl. Keep chilled until ready to use.
          Cornmeal Sausages
          1. Using a pot or dutch oven, add enough oil to come up at least 3". Clip a high-temperature thermometer to the side of the pot so the tip is submerged but not touching the bottom. Heat oil to 350℉.
          2. While the oil is heating, skewer the cocktail sausages. Whisk together remaining ingredients for batter until just combined yet smooth. Pour batter into a large, tall glass to aid in dipping sausages. (see note)
          3. When the oil is hot, dip sausages into batter one at a time, coating completely. Add to hot oil and cook for 2-2 1/2 minutes per side until golden. Repeat with remaining sausages. Depending on the size of your pot, you'll be able to cook 6-8 at a time.
          4. Remove with tongs to a paper towel lined plate to drain excess fat. Serve immediately with Creamy Honey Mustard.
          Recipe Notes

          -use a deep fryer if desired.

          -I found cocktail sausages at Costco.

          -pour batter into a large, tall glass to aid in dipping the sausages if desired.  Because they're only 2" long, using a bowl will work fine.

          -if you want to cook half now and half later in the day to always eat them fresh and crispy, simply cover and refrigerate unused batter and re-whisk prior to using.