What’s the best part of game day? We say it’s the food. With the Super Bowl coming up this weekend, now’s the time to stock up on all the snacks. If an elevated spread is what you’re going for, we suggest sticking with artisanal goods made right here in the South. We’ve rounded up a few crunchy, salty, and savory Super Bowl snacks to chow down on during the game.
These authentic cheese straws are handmade by mother-son duo Margaret and Neal Amos in Georgia using an old family recipe. With a buttery flavor, a hint of spice, and a crispy texture, they’re a no-brainer snack for game day. (Warning: They’re addictive.)
Made in Charleston, Lowcountry Kettle’s Mustard BBQ chips offer the tangy signature flavors of Carolina barbecue. Add in the crunch of kettle chips, and you’ll be eating them by the handful. Try Lowcountry Kettle’s other Southern-inspired flavors, like State Fair Fried Pickles and Bloody Mary.
A Virginia tradition, Hubs Peanuts have been homegrown and home-cooked in Sedley since Dot Hubbard launched the company in 1954. Hubs’ Sweet Heat variety features their jumbo-sized peanuts with a flavorful blend of sweet chili peppers and all-natural spices—a bold game day upgrade from standard salted peanuts.
Get the best of Goo Goo’s salty and sweet offerings with this snack pack, which includes a three-count carton of each classic Goo Goo Cluster flavor (Original, Pecan, and Peanut Butter). Plus, it comes with two pouches of bite-sized Lil' Goos and one of every flavor of Kernels' Nashville Gourmet Popcorn varieties, including the Downtown Mix, Nashville Hot, and Goo Goo Cluster Corn.
Traditional Charleston treats, these crispy, thin benne wafers are made with toasted sesame by Food for the Southern Soul. Serve alongside pimento cheese for another game day snack that’ll satisfy your salty and sweet cravings.
Written by Daniela Johnson