I think it's safe to say a lot of us are excited to see the Los Angeles Rams take on the Cincinnati Bengals. If not hopefully you're excited for the Super Bowl party with friends!

If you're still looking for a dish, you can try out these simple southern snacks for your Super Bowl Sunday (try saying that five times fast). My girlfriend loves to cook and gave me this idea. She said these would be some of the best snacks for us to bring to our Super Bowl party.

Don’t feel like you have to wait until February 13th to enjoy these recipes though, by the end of this article your stomach will most definitely be growling. I've tried a few of these dishes thanks to my girlfriend, and WOW they are good. Plus the names are fun!

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Some great Super Bowl Picks!

Cowboy cookies (yes, that is what they are actually called)

Pecan Pie Tart Bites

Elvis Dessert Dip

Crockpot Little Smokies (A personal favorite)

Buffalo Chicken Dip

Pepper Glazed Hot Wings

Buffalo Style Sweet Potato Fries

Chicken Pot Pie Hand Pies

Fried Pickle Chips (Another one I love!)

Tater Nachos

Whatever way you plan on spending your Super Bowl Sunday in a few weeks, hopefully, it's fun and has some amazing food behind it. If you're usual spot sometimes falls short when it comes to food,  one of these dishes might be able to spice things up!

Let us know any of your classic Super Bowl dish pick on the 104.9 App!

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