Top 10 Football Party Recipes You Have To TryPublished on: September 21, 2017
Football season is well underway, and many of us look forward to spending at least one day each weekend watching our favorite team. One of the best things about football season is football parties! Whether it’s a tailgate party or a get together at the neighbor’s, here are some tasty recipes sure to make your party a hit.
Hot wings and football go together like wine and cheese. This classic recipe from the Food Network is sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Instead of traditional paprika, these delicious deviled eggs are garnished with chives designed to look like football laces.
The party spread just isn’t complete without dips! This one from Everyday Good Thinking is super easy. Simply place all the ingredients in a slow cooker, heat for about an hour and a half and you’re good to go. Don’t forget the tortilla chips!
These are so easy the kids can help you make them! Cut football shapes out of packaged pie or pizza dough. Place some pepperoni, mozzarella, and pizza sauce on one of the footballs. Brush some egg around the edges then cover with another football shape. Seal the pocket by pressing down on the edges and crimping with a fork. Make slits in the top to resemble football laces then bake in the oven.
Here’s a great slow cooker recipe for the sandwich lovers in the crowd. These sliders are made from boneless chuck roast rather than ground beef. The roast is cooked with red wine then mixed with horseradish and garlic and topped with pickled peppers.
This chili recipe builds heat the more you eat! A standard chili made with beer and a little extra spice makes for a delicious twist on a classic.
This snack is perfect for the party guest who’s avoiding carbs. Because it’s loaded with veggies and turkey, it’s flavorful and crunchy too!
What’s a party without dessert? These adorable chocolate football cookies from EasyBaked are sure to be a hit with kids and adults alike.
This one’s so easy you can hardly call it a recipe! Start with purchased mini ice cream sandwiches. Get some wooden spoons and draw football plays, referee stripes, or team colors on one end. Insert the other end into the ice cream sandwich. Finish by drawing football laces on the ice cream sandwich with white icing.
If you’re feeling like a superfan, why not try a cake with icing in team colors?
For those guests missing a sweet tooth, or just trying to eat healthier, it’s always nice to have some standard choices like fruit and veggies available too!
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