How to Build a 'Snack Stadium' For Your Super Bowl Party

If you’re anything like us, then you’ve always wanted to create one of those Pinterest-worthy “snack stadiums” for Super Bowl Sunday. While it’s always looked V. intimidating, it turns out it doesn’t have to be that hard. 

Celebrity chef George Duran shared his tips for creating a DIY snack arena using materials you probably already have around the house during a segment on Good Morning America and we’re feeling inspired to test it out ourselves. 

See below for the complete step-by-step process courtesy of ABC News and try it out, too!

1. Use magazine holders as the outer stadium.

If they are made of plastic, wash them with warm, soapy water before filling them up with snacks like chips, popcorn, pigs in a blanket, meatballs, etc. If your magazine holders are made of cardboard, you can wrap them in aluminum foil.

2. Make an oval shaped "stadium" with the magazine holders and use them to fill up with your favorite snack items.

Take baking pans and lay them out in the center of stadium as a "field." This is where you'll be filling in your dips like guacamole, salsa, refried beans, sour cream, ketchup, etc.

3. Make a wall of sandwiches on one side of the stadium and then take an electric knife to cut off the outer crust.

This will give an illusion of giant wall of sandwiches that your friends and family can grab.

4. Make goal posts with pepperoni sticks.

Use toothpicks to build it, and make sure they're fastened properly.

Ta-da!

 
 
 
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