Super Bowl LV is taking place this Sunday, February 7 in Tampa, Florida. Whether you are tuning in to watch the action between the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers or just watching for the commercials and halftime performance, one thing everything can agree on is the game day food, something Chrissy Teigen knows a thing or two about.

Although Super Bowl parties will be smaller than years past, the cookbook author is making sure everyone is fed, having compiled an all-star Super Bowl snack lineup. With the likes of cheesy guac, everything bagel pigs in a blanket and fried pickles, the 35-year-old’s game day menu is a total touchdown.

Check out these seven snacks from Chrissy’s Cravings website and what her team has to say about each.

Everything Bagel Pigs in a Blanket

There are pigs in a blanket… and then there are pigs in a blanket topped with everything bagel seasoning. Everyone loves mini hot dogs wrapped in flaky, golden puff pastry, so why not add some flair with a sprinkle of oniony, garlicky, seedy goodness?

Get the recipe HERE

Pizza Dip

Imagine if you took a hot cheesy pizza and slid it off its crust right into a skillet and served it with crunchy garlic bread. It’s so easy to make and can be customized with any toppings you like!

Get the recipe HERE 

Cheesy Guacamole

Why have plain ol’ guac when you can add loads of sharp shredded cheddar cheese to amp up the flavors? This is a Chrissy classic for a reason, and a reason to always have ripe avocados around the house.

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Baked “Fried” Pickles with Chipotle Ranch

These pickles are so good that you’ll think they’re fried, but are actually baked! (If you have an air fryer, this would be a great recipe to cook in it, too!) Coating in chipotle ranch and crushed chips gives them extra flavor and crunch before you dunk them into a smoky, herby dip.

Get the recipe HERE

Spiced Honey Chicken Wings

Who doesn’t love wings? To kick up your wing game, try these that are sauced with Chinese mustard for heat, fish sauce for umami richness, honey for sweetness, and Chinese five-spice powder—which has cinnamon and star anise—for a nice warming spice.

Get the recipe HERE

John’s Chili & Frito Pie Bar

John’s best recipes are simple twists on classic dishes. His homemade chili is great on its own, but even better when stuffed inside a bag of Frito corn chips, topped with pickled jalapeños and cheese that helps everything melt and mingle together.

Get the recipe HERE

King’s Hawaiian Mini Cubano Sandwiches

Cubano sandwiches are usually big and made with crusty rolls, but Chrissy’s version shrinks them down into sliders using her favorite slightly sweet, buttery, pillowy King’s Hawaiian rolls. Filled with ham, cheese, pickles, and mustard all pressed together until crisp on the outside and melty on the inside, it will be hard to eat just one.

Get the recipe HERE