4 Snack Ideas for Baseball Games

Let’s celebrate the last month of baseball season by highlighting our favorite snacks to eat while watching a home run! Whether you’re cheering from the stands or from your comfy couch at home, these snack ideas are the perfect complement to an exciting baseball game.

1. Peanuts

It really can’t even be considered a baseball game unless you’re snacking on peanuts! Good thing we’ve got you covered. If you’d rather shell the peanuts yourself while watching the game, check out our jumbo roasted peanuts (in shell). Of course, we also have roasted Virginia peanuts (no shell) salted and unsalted as well as honey roasted peanuts for those of you who just want to snack straight from the bag.

2. Seeds

If you want to snack like the baseball players themselves, check out our selection of sunflower and pumpkin seeds. If you prefer sunflower seeds, try our raw sunflower seeds (in shell), roasted sunflower seeds (unsalted, in shell), or our roasted sunflower seeds (salted, in shell). If you’re more of a pumpkin seed person, don’t worry, we’ve got those, too: roasted pumpkin seeds (salted), roasted pumpkin seeds (unsalted), and homestyle roasted sunflower seeds (salted).

3. Corn Nuts

Corn nuts are another crunchy snack that’ll soothe any salty food craving. We have regular toasted corn nuts, but we also have  a variety of flavors if you want to spice things up! Try our BBQ toasted corn nuts, ranch corn nuts, wasabi corn nuts, and sour cream and onion corn nuts. We even have chocolate covered corn nuts for those who love to combine salty and sweet.

4. Caramel Corn

If you find your sweet tooth acting up when you’re watching a game, we have the cure–our caramel-coated popcorn. We even have caramel corn on the cob! If you want a little more pizazz with your caramel corn, try our bear crunch popcorn, which has almonds, cashews, and chocolate coated popcorn mixed with caramel corn.

What’s your favorite snack to munch on during the game? Do you have any snack ideas to share?

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