3 Best Super Bowl Party Foods: Seafood Edition

The best Super Bowl parties are never complete without Super Bowl food! If you need party food ideas, look no further. We have exactly what you need to bring the flavor to game day, or your next party or get-together!

Quick, easy finger foods for the Super Bowl are a must. We know that it is not always easy to come up with Super Bowl snack ideas for the big game that are fun and unique. Luckily, we have three options that are fun, fresh, easy, and most importantly, made of seafood!

Why should you use seafood for your Super Bowl meal? Not only is it delicious, but our seafood gives you the option to provide your guests with some healthy Super Bowl food that will help keep the party going.

We've compiled this list of our 3 favorite easy Super Bowl food ideas to help make your 2023 Super Bowl party the easiest, best one yet!

Check out the 3 Best Super Bowl Party Foods with Seafood below:

Sockeye Salmon Cornbread

This is a unique cornbread recipe that you can use for almost any occasion. Cornbread is a fluffy, warm treat that is a perfect addition to any appetizer spread. Combine that with some wild-caught sockeye salmon and seasoned honey and you have yourself a blitz of flavor!

This recipe uses 10 simple ingredients, or you can use a self rising cornbread mix to make life even easier. These easy sockeye salmon cornbread muffins are sure to be a touchdown for all your game day guests!

Get ready to make this sockeye salmon cornbread and shop our wild-caught sockeye salmon here.

Check out the recipe below:

Yields: 36 mini muffins 

Prep time: 20 Minutes 

Cook time: 15 minutes 

Total time: 35 minutes


  • 1 Sockeye Salmon Portion 
  • 1 cup All purpose flour 
  • ¾ cup Cornmeal 
  • 2 tbsp Sugar 
  • 1.5 tsp Baking Powder
  • 1 tsp salt 
  • 1 can creamed corn 
  • ¼ cup  sour cream 
  • 1 stick of butter, melted 
  • 1 egg 
    • Seasoned Honey: 
    • 2 tbsp honey
    • 1.5 tsp chili pepper
    • ½  tsp cumin 


  1. preheat oven to 400 
  2. Season the sockeye with salt and pepper and bake for 7 minutes in the oven 

 Let the salmon cool to room temperature and flake. 

  1. Mix the dry ingredients in a medium bowl 
  2. melt the butter (I like to melt in a large glass measuring cup)
  3. Grease the small muffin pans with a small amount of the melted butter
  4. add sour cream, egg, and creamed corn to the butter and  mix well. 
  5. Fold the wet ingredients into the dry, when almost mixed thoroughly add in  the flaked sockeye salmon 
  6. Scoop into the greased  mini muffins
  7. Bake for 14 minutes and finish brush with melted butter


    • Baking pan
    • Can opener 
    • Dry measuring cup and spoons
    • Mixing bowl 
    • Mini muffin pans
    • Glass measuring cup

    Chefs Notes:

    Serve with butter and honey. I recommend serving with seasoned honey to add an extra burst of flavor to your game day guests. As an alternative you can use a self rising cornbread mix to substitute for the flour, cornmeal and baking powder. 



      2. Buffalo Pacific Cod Dip 

      Buffalo dip recipes are essential when it comes to making easy party food. This buffalo pacific cod dip is a simple Super Bowl food that you will not be able to put down. 

      We love this pacific cod twist on the classic buffalo dip because it adds a low-fat high protein treat to cheesy, creamy buffalo dip. 

      Better yet, you can make this recipe and advance and bake it whenever you wish, or keep it simmering all game long in the crock pot. 

      Ready to add Pacific Cod to your Super Bowl spread? Shop wild-caught Pacific Cod here. 

      Check out the recipe below:

      Serves: 6-8 people

      Prep time 10 minutes 

      Cook time: 20 minutes 

      Total time: 35 minutes 


      • 2 wild for salmon Pacific cod portions 
      • 8 oz Cream Cheese 
      • ⅓ c medium buffalo Sauce 
      • 3 tbsp Ranch 
      • 4 oz Cheddar cheese 
      • 2 scallions


      • Baking pan 
      • Baking dip 
      • Cheese grater 
      • Liquid measuring cup
      • Measuring spoons 


      1. Preheat oven to 400 
      2. Season defrosted pacific cod with salt and pepper and bake for 8 minutes  
      3. Flake cod and cool 
      4. In a bowl mix together the cheeses, scallions, and sauces and mix together well
      5. Add the cooled, flaked pacific cod 
      6. move to a 9x9 baking dish and bake for 14- 18  minutes, stir halfway through
      7. The dip should be starting to boil when it is ready

      Chefs Notes:

      This dish is a staple to any game day spread and is so simple, you can make it ahead of time and store in the refrigerator until kickoff, or if you want to enjoy hot buffalo dip all game long you can keep it warm in a crockpot on low, stirring occasionally to prevent the dip from sticking to the bottom of the crock.  Serve with carrots and celery along with pita chips 

      If the group is a blue cheese fan, add a sprinkle of blue cheese crumbles into the mix before baking !

      Bake for 20 minutes at 400 



        3. Sockeye Salmon Jalapeno Poppers 

        Looking for a new jalapeno popper recipe to take your Super Bowl snacks to the next level? Last but certainly not least, we have these sockeye salmon jalapeno poppers that are going to elevate your Super Bowl party game. 

        Jalapenos and salmon make one of the best flavor combinations. The fresh kick of heat from the jalapeños combined with the rich, bold flavor of smoked salmon makes for a tasty treat any day. Mix that smoked salmon with some cheese, pop it into a jalapeño, bake it, and watch the magic happen!

        For this recipe, you can smoke your own wild-caught Sockeye Salmon, or shop our Traditional Smoked Salmon portions here.

        Here's the recipe for the Sockeye Salmon Jalapeno Poppers:

        Yields: 16 poppers

        Prep time: 30 minutes 

        Cook time: 15 minutes

        Total Time: 45 minutes 


        • 8 jalapenos
        • 4 oz cream cheese
        • 4 oz sharp cheddar cheese
        • 4 oz sockeye salmon, smoked 
        • 1 tbsp parsley 
        • 1 tsp garlic powder 
        • 1 tsp onion powder
        • Salt and pepper


        • 1 Spatula
        • 1 cookie tray 
        • parchment paper
        • Mixer 
        • Box grater 
        • Knife and cutting board          
        • Measuring spoons 


        1. Smoke sockeye salmon (or purchase smoked salmon), seasoned with garlic and onion powder.
        2. Whip the cream cheese and grated cheddar cheese together, when combined add salmon and parsley and mix in well. 
        3. Cut the 8 jalapenos in half, clean the ribs and seeds out.
        4. Salt and pepper each half of the jalapeno.
        5. Stuff the salmon mix into the jalapenos.
        6. Place on a parchment lined cookie tray and bake at 400 for 14 minutes.

        Chef Notes: 

        You can easily make your grill a smoker by adding some wood chips to a self made foil bowl. First, soak the chips in water for 30 minutes. 

        Get the chips hot on the grill over the flames and move it to the side of the grill when the chips start smoking. Then add your salmon to the grill and smoke. Keep the grill at 225F for about an hour until complete.


        Chef Nicole smiling outsid ein front of a lake and forest


        Nicole is the in-house Chef at Wild For Salmon as well as a Recipe Developer and Food Photographer from Allentown, Pennsylvania with an Associate degree from The Culinary Institute of America. Her first memories are of planting seeds with her father and grandfather in their elaborate gardens and sharing their abundant harvests with friends and neighbors. The spark of both pride and joy she felt when sharing this food with others and seeing the happiness it brought them was what inspired her to pursue the culinary arts from a young age. Nicole has spent time exploring the Hudson Valley and Philadelphia food scenes, but her current home in the rolling hills of Central PA is where she most enjoys combining her two passions; exploring the outdoors, and good food.

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