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Football Party Snack Tray

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Score big at your game day party with this easy Football Party Snack Tray. This party snack idea will have your guest cheering for more!

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The big game is right around the corner. That means one thing. There will be plenty of game day food and football party snacks on the horizon. I think we can all agree that no matter who is playing, football food is often the real winner of the day. Often times, the best party snack ideas are the easiest to create. I like to keep things simple on game day. This Football Party Snack Tray is a great idea that can be assembled in minutes.

Score big at your game day party with this easy Football Party Snack Tray. This party snack idea will have your guest cheering for more!

I have been a fan of Herr’s products since I was little. They make the best snacks. Herr’s Mini Cheese Puffs are brand new and I am addicted. So of course, I had to include them on the football party snack tray. Herr’s Mini Cheese Puffs are a miniature version of their popular Cheese Puffs. These Mini Cheese Puffs have the same great flavor and melt-in-your-mouth texture, but they’re more fun and munchable than ever.

Oh, and did I mention that they are cheesier than ever? Yep. One serving of Herr’s Mini Cheese Puffs is more than double their regular Cheese Puffs! Cheese lovers rejoice. Herr’s Mini Cheese Puffs are widely available at your local supermarket and convenience stores. I grabbed a few bags to use for this game day snack tray.

Score big at your game day party with this easy Football Party Snack Tray. This party snack idea will have your guest cheering for more!

I even packaged some up and made a few football party snack bags for my guests to take home.

You can download the printable football party snack bag topper here.

This is a fun football party snack idea to incorporate into your game day celebration.

These snack trays are so popular right now. They are referred to by many names including grazing boards, charcuterie boards, and snack boards. They make a fun party snack idea that your guests can munch on.

Score big at your game day party with this easy Football Party Snack Tray. This party snack idea will have your guest cheering for more!

What do I Need To Create A Game Day Snack Tray?

When creating a game day snack board, the sky’s the limit. You can tailor your football party snack board with items your guests will like. You can also get creative and make a football shape or even a snack stadium if you have more time.

Here is what I included:

Herr’s Mini Cheese Puffs

Herr’s Bite Size Sour Dough Pretzels

Assorted Cheeses

Pepperoni

Carrots

Grape Tomatoes

Peanuts

What Else Do I Need?

Ramekins or Small Bowls

Oblong Snack Tray or Cutting Board

Other Items You Can Include on Your Football Party Snack Board

Cookies

Dips

Football Shaped Candy

Fruits

Hummus

Candy

Popcorn

Crackers

Assorted Nuts (Almonds, Pistachios etc.)

How to Make A Party Grazing Snack Tray Like A Pro

Score big at your game day party with this easy Football Party Snack Tray. This party snack idea will have your guest cheering for more!Don’t be intimidated when creating a snack tray. Deep breaths. Start with a clean tray or cutting board. If you are including any dips on your board, start by adding the dip (or dips) to a small bowl. Place them sporadically on the tray.

Next, I like to add the assorted snacks. Here, I added the Herr’s Mini Cheese Puffs to one corner and Herr’s Bite Size Sour Dough pretzels to the opposite corner for balance. Start filling around your tray with any items you want to include.

You can use ramekins to hold nuts, smaller vegetables, snacks and candy if you wish. If you have a larger board, then just tuck these items in between the larger items.

As you can see, I kept this board fairly simple. It doesn’t have to be complicated. I promise your guests will enjoy this Football Party Snack Tray no matter who wins the big game.

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Score big at your game day party with this easy Football Party Snack Tray. This football party snack idea will have your guest cheering for more! Herr’s Mini Cheese puffs add an extra cheesy crunch to this easy football snack idea. Learn how to create your own grazing board or charcuterie board for your next game day party. #Ad #footballpartyidea #snackrecipe #partyideas #gamedayparty

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Score big at your game day party with this easy Football Party Snack Tray. This party snack idea will have your guest cheering for more!
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Football Party Snack Tray

Prep Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes

Score big at your game day party with this easy Football Party Snack Tray. This party snack idea will have your guest cheering for more!

Ingredients

  • Herr’s Mini Cheese Puffs
  • Herr’s Bite Size Sour Dough Pretzels
  • Assorted Cheeses
  • Pepperoni
  • Carrots
  • Grape Tomatoes
  • Peanuts
  • Other Items You Can Include on Your Football Party Snack Board
  • Cookies
  • Dips
  • Football Shaped Candy
  • Fruits
  • Hummus
  • Candy
  • Popcorn
  • Crackers
  • Assorted Nuts (Almonds, Pistachios etc.)

Instructions

  1. Start with a clean tray or cutting board. If you are
    including any dips on your board, start by adding the dip (or dips) to a small bowls. Place them sporadically on the tray.
  2. Next, I like to add the snacks. Here, I added the Herr’s
    Mini Cheese Puffs to one corner and Herr’s Bite Size Sour Dough pretzels to the opposite corner for balance. Start filling around your tray with any items you want to include.
  3. You can use ramekins to hold the nuts, smaller vegetables, snacks and candy if you wish. If you have a larger board, then just tuck these items in between the larger item

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