Nacho Tables Are The Snacking Sensation The World Desperately Needed

With the Super Bowl done and over with, you may think you need to do away with all the crazy snacks that come with the biggest weekend in football. You couldn’t be more wrong about that! In fact, nacho tables are pretty much the most perfect treat ever and exactly the kind of indulgence we need throughout 2021 and beyond. Trust me on this one.

  1. Nacho tables are exactly what they sound like. That’s right, I’m talking tables full of nachos. You find a table in your house, cover it with cling film or another other protective, food-safe wrapping of your choice, and then pile on the nachos. Think of it as a chip smorgasbord, and who doesn’t love a smorgasbord?
  2. There are so many ways to do this. If you’re someone who likes control (or you plan on eating this solo), you can dress the nachos yourself, adding on salsa, guacamole, cheese, and whatever else you’d like. If you like to have a little freedom to try different things, just throw on the tortilla chips and then add loads of bowls of different toppings so everyone can make their own. The world is your oyster! Or, you know, your nacho table.
  3. Plus, the toppings are endless. Sure, there are classic nacho toppings, but why put a limit on your imagination? If you want to add full-on taco toppings like ground beef, refried beans, corn, olives… I mean, the list goes on and on here. You really can go wild!
  4. This is the perfect lazy person’s project. Considering that you’re putting down foil or cling film, that means that when you’re done with everything, all you have to do is roll it all up and put it in the trash, meaning there’s literally zero clean-up (unless you have to wash your bowls, of course – but if you use paper bowls, that’s that problem eliminated!).

Jennifer Still is a writer and editor with more than 10 years of experience. The managing editor of Bolde, she has bylines in Vanity Fair, Business Insider, The New York Times, Glamour, Bon Appetit, and many more. You can follow her on Twitter @jenniferlstill