If you're rooting for the Falcons this year, or entertaining some Falcon fans, you're going to want to have some thematically on-point Super Bowl snack ideas for Falcons fans at the ready. Because anyone can out out some chips and dip, but if you want to have a party that impresses your friends and shows off your hosting and adulting skills, you're going to want to fine-tune this party just right.
And besides, planning a menu with a strong theme is actually easier. It gives you some direction in the grocery store and eliminates the process of finding inspiration. The fact that the Falcons are from Georgia alone provides some obvious guidelines. The team colors will help with decoration and the team mascot will help with any creative renaming of menu items.
And for the rest, I've taken care of it for you — because while you might not be interested in combing the web for tasty snacks, I am! Here are a few small bite ideas that will show of your kitchen skills and wow your guests with the knowledge you have of the team — even if you've never watched a football game or made any of Georgia's most iconic dishes before. Go team and bon appetite!
Peach & Mango Salsa
Make use of that Georgian peach with this super sweet and tangy salsa remix. Try out the recipe on Averie Cooks.
Classic Peach Pie
Perhaps the best place for a peach is in a pie. Check out this recipe by A Cozy Kitchen to make your own!
Vegetable Lover's Pizza With Okra
Get in that Georgian mood with an okra pizza that has just enough vegetables to counter-act all the other treats on the table. Check out the recipe by A Cozy Kitchen.
Lemon Roasted Shrimp With Homemade Cocktail Sauce
People down south love their shrimp. Elevate your shrimp cocktail game with these roasted lemon shrimpy by A Cozy Kitchen.
Southern Shrimp & Grits
Save some of your shrimp for this warm and homey dish. It's super filling so you might want to put it in tiny mugs so that your guests don't get too full. Check out the recipe on A Spicy Perspective.
Buttermilk Chicken & Waffles
This is a mic drop dish. Your guests will be so happy to see this combination! Check out the classic recipe on A Cozy Kitchen.
This sweet mealy bread is a big hit down south. While it's typically eaten for breakfast or as a side at dinner, there are ways to dress it up for dessert. Check out how A Cozy Kitchen does it with this drool-worthy recipe.
Boozy Arnold Palmer
While Georgians might be used to sipping Arnold Palmers in the summer, the winter is a great time to warm it up — by adding some booze. Check out this recipe by The Kitchn.
Sweet Potato Biscuits
Instead of making regular old biscuits, check out this recipe by A Spicy Perspective that uses sweet potatoes to make them extra tasty.
Baked Chicken Meatballs With Sweet Oyster Sauce
Did you know that Falcons actually eat other birds? In the spirit of their circle of life, enjoy some chicken meatballs with this recipe from A Farm Girl's Dabbles!