If you’re hosting a Super Bowl party, you’ll want to score big when it comes to what appetizers you serve guests. Nobody wants to sit down for an elaborate six-course dinner when they come over for the big game. People like to graze as they root for their team, rate their favorite Super Bowl commercials, and await the halftime show.

It’s Super Bowl Party Best Practice to make a variety of appetizers, showcase them on the table and let people pick at everything as the game and festivities play out.

Here are 5 Super Bowl sausage appetizers and finger foods that even the most novice of party hosts should be able to tackle this year.

Mimi’s Sausage Dip


Chips and football go together just like chips and dip! Mimi’s Sausage Dip lets you offer your guests something different beyond the store-bought dips they’re accustomed to on game day. Brown some Uncle Charley’s Sweet Italian or Pork Sausage. Use a wooden spoon to break the sausage into small pieces as it browns. Add a can of diced tomatoes and then a brick of cream cheese – stirred in until it melts. Salt and pepper can be added as well. Serve warm with chips for dipping.

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Sausage-Stuffed Mushrooms


For a new twist on stuffed mushrooms, try these sausage stuffed mushrooms with a creamy filling of Uncle Charley’s Sweet Italian Sausage and cream cheese. Topped with breadcrumbs, chopped scallions, kosher salt, cracked black pepper, and grated Parmesan. Proceed to watch as these tasty delights are gobbled up in no time by guests.

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This savory party starter is both sweet and sour. Uncle Charley’s Pork Sausage – fried to a golden brown in a saute pan with olive oil – is pierced with a toothpick and served with apple, which is also pan fried golden in melted butter with sugar, and sage bites.

Click Here for Laura Calder’s Full Recipe from the Cooking Channel’s French Food at Home

Bratwurst Stewed with Sauerkraut


Brown some Uncle Charley’s Bratwurst in oil on high heat in a large pan. Add some chopped onions and minced garlic cloves; cooking them until slightly caramelized. Proceed to add in chicken stock, caraway seeds, paprika, and sauerkraut; letting it simmer for 45 minutes. Once removed from heat, stir in some fresh dill and serve on a baguette.

Click Here to Read Michael Symon’s Full Recipe at the Cooking Channel

Totally Lazy Mini Sausage Rolls


Uncle Charley’s Fresh Pork Breakfast Sausage links can be used in this crowd-pleasing unique spin on pigs in a blanket. The sausage, which is seasoned with salt, pepper, and thyme leaves, is rolled in a homemade or store bought puff pastry. Before serving, be sure to refrigerate these sausage rolls for roughly 20 minutes for the pastry to harden.

Click Here for Lorraine Pascale’s Full Recipe from the Cooking Channel’s Simply Baking