Watching the Superbowl doesn’t have to mean risking broken teeth snacks and candy! Keep your smile safe by trying tasty and tooth-friendly recipes perfect for the big game. We’ve selected the top Superbowl recipes searched for online in Minnesota. From dips to wings to chili and pigs in a blanket or bacon-wrapped smokies – you are sure to find something to please everyone with one of these Super Bowl snacks!

If you choose one of your favorite recipes, great! If you want to try one of the recipes below, you can click on the recipe names or pictures for our selected recipes.

And followed after the recipes is our list of foods to avoid.

Chicken Buffalo Dip

chicken buffalo dip

When selecting finger foods to go with your dip, select the softer foods. These are typically baked, not fried, so they are less harsh on the teeth. Try your dip with Pringles, Cheese Puffs, Veggie Chips, Kale Chips, soft pretzels, or sweet potato fries. Avoid hard, fried foods such as corn chips, tortilla chips, Cheetos, Kettle chips, and hard pretzels.

 Seven-Layered Dip

seven layered dip

The same goes for your seven-layered dip – stick with softer, baked finger foods to dip, and avoid hard, crunchy finger foods. 

Pigs in a Blanket

pigs in a blanket

Bacon Wrapped Smokies

bacon wrapped smokies

These sweet and salty bacon-wrapped smokies are a quick and easy party appetizer. Serve them straight from the oven or keep them warm in a slow cooker until the big game starts.

Boneless Buffalo Chicken Wings

Boneless Buffalo Chicken Wings

These chicken wings are much safer to eat than wings with bones. Wings with bones can beTe safe for your teeth if you pull the meat off with your fingers or a utensil and then eat the meat. But avoid biting the meat off the bone because you could bite too hard on a bone and damage your teeth.

Tooth-Friendly Sweets

  • Brownies (no nuts)
  • Pudding
  • Soft cookies
  • Soft chocolates (no nuts or caramel)
  • Ice cream
  • Milkshakes
  • Cakes or Cupcakes (no nuts)

Foods Notorious for Cracking or Breaking Teeth

  • Hard candy
  • Popcorn kernels
  • Ribs and Chicken wings
  • Ice Cubes
  • Hard nuts such as almonds
  • Fruit with pits

We suggest you avoid foods that can crack your teeth. Your teeth are precious, and you want to hold on to them for life if you can.

What to Do if You Crack or Break a Tooth

No matter how careful you are, you may still experience a cracked or broken tooth at some time. If you have any of the following symptoms, call us right away.

  • Pain when chewing or biting, especially when you release the bite.
  • Sensitivity to heat, cold, or sweetness.
  • Pain that comes and goes but is rarely continuous.
  • Swelling of the gum around the affected tooth.

We handle dental injuries when they occur. Our overall goal is to save your natural teeth whenever possible. As Endodontists, we are specialists in saving teeth.

Final Words

We suggest you avoid foods that can crack or break your teeth. Your teeth are precious, and you want to hold on to them for life if you can. There are many party foods to choose from while protecting your teeth. So, try one or more of the recipes above or pick your favorite tooth-friendly recipes and enjoy the games!

Your Friendly Team at
Modern Care Endodontists

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