This Game Day Snack Board feeds a crowd. It’s filled with homemade shrimp cocktail and sauce, jalapeno poppers, Rotel dip, and chicken wings.

This Snack Board makes 40 servings for only $1.20 per serving. It consists of four different recipes for a total of $48.34. 

Some other ideas that would be great alternatives on this snack board include this Homemade French Onion Dip, this Chile Con Queso, or these Goat Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms

An overhead picture of the finished Game Day Snack Board.

We all know that food is a big part of the event on the big game day. The board I am sharing with you today is a total crowd-pleaser.

It is a show-stopping food tray you can serve your family and friends that will be the talk of the party, maybe even more than the halftime show!

This snack board is the ultimate party food with plenty of variety, so it has something for everyone. I have combined my favorite finger foods into one board, perfect for an afternoon of grazing. I hope you will take my ideas and make your own fabulous snack board!

A little bit of every snack from the Game Day Snack Board on a white plate.


Per Serving Cost: $1.20

Recipe Cost: $48.34

All of these recipes will serve about 40 people.

NOTE: The recipe prices are calculated by using grocery store websites. The actual cost of the recipe will vary depending on what ingredients you already have.


  • Mixing bowls
  • Measuring cups and spoons
  • Tongs
  • Wooden mixing spoon
  • Baking sheets
  • Slow cooker


What is a board for snacks?

A snack board is the ultimate party tray. It is a platter filled with your favorite bite-sized foods, making it the perfect thing to serve at a game day party or any other large event. The variety of foods served on the tray makes it, so there is something for everyone.

What are the snack trays called?

These trays are also sometimes referred to as charcuterie boards. However, charcuterie boards traditionally have crackers, meats, and cheeses as the main components. The snack board I am sharing with you today has a variety of finger foods, so I will not refer to it as a charcuterie board. Making a snack tray is fun and kid-friendly. Be creative and have fun with it.

All of the snacks on a wooden cutting board for serving.

Snack Board Recipes

Shrimp Cocktail and Cocktail Sauce
This Shrimp Cocktail and Shrimp Cocktail Sauce recipes are party staples. Making homemade shrimp cocktail is so easy, and it will save you money!
Check out this recipe
An overhead picture of the finished shrimp cocktail on a black platter.
Jalapeno Popper Recipe
These Baked Jalapeño Poppers are easy to make, and they feed a crowd. They’re stuffed with cream cheese, cheddar, and bacon!
Check out this recipe
A close up picture of the baked cream cheese jalapeño poppers on a platter.
Crockpot Rotel Cheese Dip
This Crockpot Rotel Cheese Dip is deliciously easy to make. It’s a party and holiday crowd-pleasing recipe that will stay warm for hours in the slow cooker.
Check out this recipe
Rotel Cheese Dip in a white serving dish.
Baked Chicken Wings
Our oven Baked Chicken Wings recipe takes about 30 minutes to make and is perfect for parties and the Big Game. We also include recipes for three different dipping sauces: Honey BBQ, Spicy Asian, and Sweet and Tangy. 
Check out this recipe


A shrimp being dipped into some homemade cocktail sauce surrounded by baked jalapeño poppers.

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  1. My husband is hosting for superbowl this year, and I know him and his friends would love this!

  2. This is such a fun board! Love all the selection on here!

  3. Katherine says:

    I love all these tasty elements! This is such a great way to serve up game day food – so pretty!

  4. This is such a fun idea!! Especially if you have picky eaters in the house! Thanks for sharing!

  5. Oh wow, what a platter. SO much yummy stuff is on that board. Great idea. I will save this for the next game.