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Best Game Day Food Recipes: a collection of sweet and savory football party food ideas to carry you through the season, all the way to the Super Bowl!
Whether you’re a football fan or not, there’s no denying the deliciousness that revolves around each game day and the season’s Super Bowl finale.
This collection of Best Game Day Food Recipes includes many of our family’s favorites, plus some awesome picks from my friends. There are main dishes, dips, finger foods, soups, salads, and of course some sweets!
If you have any must-make football game food that we need to know about, do let me know in the comments. We’re always up for something new!
Truly a family favorite - we make these ALOT!! Little sweet peppers are grilled until softened and charred, and then filled with tangy goat cheese. A sprinkling of fresh herbs and smoked sea salt finishes them off.
A fabulously buttery chocolate chip cookies recipe baked in a pan! It's a quick and super easy treat that doesn't require a mixer or chilling of the dough. Everybody LOVES these chewy, chocolate chip bars!
Especially if you're from Minnesota, you might be enjoying Tater Tot Hotdish while you watch football. My recipe includes two different ways to make this hearty casserole - with and withOUT canned soup. Yes, I give you everything you need to make the tastiest homemade gravy. You won't believe how easy it is!
Because there's more than one use for a can of beer! This easy beer can chicken recipe guarantees moist meat that falls off the bone and crispy, ultra flavorful skin. It’s our go-to recipe for a grilled whole chicken!
Cheesy stuffed jalapenos, I canNOT resist them! This recipe is made with Italian sausage, cream cheese, Parmesan, and mozzarella. I substitute the jalapenos for colorful mini sweet peppers for our girls, who aren't fans of jalapenos. Everybody wins!
Chocolate Peanut Butter Ritz Cookies are an easy, no-bake, sweet and salty treat using Ritz crackers. A sprinkle of sea salt flakes puts these over the top. You could even dip or sprinkle these treats with your favorite team's colors!
Cowboy Salsa is simple, fresh, colorful, and packed with flavor. Also called Cowboy Caviar or Texas Caviar, it’s made with beans, vegetables, and a tangy dressing. This is a great salsa to make when sweet, fresh tomatoes aren't in season!
Peanut Butter Blossoms aren't just for the holidays, ya know! This easy classic cookie recipe fits right in with any football game. Soft and chewy, with a crackly sugar crust and chocolate kiss, your game day guests will be your biggest cookie fans!
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