Snacking for The Big Game: 3 Easy Recipes For Game Day

Game day Snacking

Football fan or not – this upcoming Sunday is a widely anticipated day, and it’s undoubtedly a seriously great time for all. Maybe your favorite team is playing. Or, maybe you can’t wait to see if the halftime show breaks the internet. And like a lot of us, maybe you’re just there for the laughs during commercial breaks (Seriously, when else would you ONLY watch something for the commercials?!).

Regardless of your reason, take comfort in the fact that this day is truly a wonderful bonding experience. With that said, we believe there’s no better way to bond than over some great food! I mean, what’s a good game day without food anyways?

Check out some of our favorite game day recipes below, and try them out for Sunday. Your guests will appreciate it!

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1. Neely’s Pigs in a Blanket

Courtesy of Patrick and Gina Neely

Pig's in a Blanket

These super simple mini hot dogs are a quick and delicious crowd-pleaser. Trust us, this recipe is worth a try due to the fact that they’re full of flavor and not your typical plain-tasting hot dog. What makes this recipe a true winner? It includes a tangy dipping sauce recipe as well!

Find the full recipe here.


2. Pull-Apart Pizza Bread

Courtesy of Food Network Kitchen

Pull Apart Pizza

A shareable treat based on a well-known favorite – What more can you ask for? We’re serious when we say this one is easy, too. Only 7 ingredients and 10 minutes of prep needed! We also know how much of a hit anything with cheese is. Picture this: warm, gooey mozzarella cheese oozing and stretching as you pull off a piece of this bread!

Find the full recipe here.


3. Bacon Wrapped Tater Tot Bombs

Courtesy of Damn Delcious

Tater Tot Bombs

We’re pretty sure the entire world has an obsession with bacon, and we’re no exception! It’s hard to believe that these savory and sweet treats are only five ingredients. The one problem with this recipe? It’s so good, it probably won’t even last until halftime!

Find the full recipe here.

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For another great game day recipe, check out this mini muffuletta recipe.

Did you try any of these crowd-pleasers? We want to know how they turned out! Comment below with feedback or shoot us a tweet!

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