Slideshow: Game Day Eats: 13 Touchdown-Scoring Sweets

Spicy Peanut Caramel Corn
Spicy Peanut Caramel Corn

These spicy, salty, and sweet treats could be served right alongside the game day mains. Snatch them by the handful to demonstrate your grabbing prowess.

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[Photograph: Lucy Baker]

Perfect Brownies
Perfect Brownies

There are plenty of ways to dress up bar cookies, but this occasion really calls for classic flavors. Our perfect brownies are no fuss and no muss—just lots of chocolate and some walnuts to top it off.

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[Photograph: Yvonne Ruperti]

Bacon Chocolate Chip Biscotti
Bacon Chocolate Chip Biscotti

It's crunch time! Biscotti may be the classic dunking cookie, but please refrain from attempting to souse these in any premium malt beverage you might happen to be imbibing.

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Smoked Salt, Potato Chip, and Pretzel Chocolate Bark
Smoked Salt, Potato Chip, and Pretzel Chocolate Bark

Crunchy, salty, smokey, chocolatey—the avalanche of ingredients here makes for one beautiful mess.

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[Photograph: Yvonne Ruperti]

Bourbon Blondies with Walnuts
Bourbon Blondies with Walnuts

These blondies sure know how to party: a healthy dose of bourbon keeps things lively, singing alongside notes of caramel and vanilla.

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[Photograph: Carrie Vasios Mullins]

Beer Caramel Ice Cream
Beer Caramel Ice Cream

A nice, malty, hopped-up beer transforms caramel ice cream from something sweet and buttery to something brisk and refreshing. Serve it with some salty or savory peanuts for a bar room-inspired dessert.

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[Photograph: Max Falkowitz]

Chocolate Covered Potato Chips
Chocolate Covered Potato Chips

Your guests will likely be grabbing chips straight from the bowl or the bag. As an alternative, why not dress them up with some melted chocolate for a satisfying salty-sweet combo?

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[Photograph: Pam Parrella]

Potato Chip Cookies
Potato Chip Cookies

You could also find other places to stick your snacks. These soft, chewy, and gooey chocolate chip cookies get a nice salty crunch from crushed potato chips.

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[Photograph: Alexandra Penfold]

Chocolate-Covered Pretzel Toffee
Chocolate-Covered Pretzel Toffee

The same goes for pretzels, which top this buttery, chocolatey toffee. It's a make-ahead treat works great for munching on while drinking beer and watching the game.

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[Photograph: Lucy Baker]

Peanut Pralines
Peanut Pralines

This two ingredient recipe is a simple way to repurpose any peanuts you have on hand. Just give them a coating in a brown sugar syrup, pop them in in the oven, and bake for a crunchy treat.

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[Photograph: Pam Parrella]