If you’re in need of a super simple, super delicious football appetizer, I’ve got you covered! These pastrami crescent rolls are fluffy, full of flavor and incredibly easy to make – they come together in less than 30 minutes. Better yet, they’re always a crowd pleaser!
Hi everyone! It’s been a minute (or a couple months) since I last posted. With a busy work schedule and back-to-back weekends of weddings, bridal showers, bachelorettes – you name it – I haven’t found much time to get in the kitchen! We finally had a weekend at home with absolutely no plans, so we decided to make these incredibly delicious cheeseburger tater tot cups. I found these gems on Pinterest and made a few tweaks to the recipe and boy, were they a hit. These tots are the perfect appetizer for football Saturday and/or Sunday!
Stumped on what to make for Super Bowl Sunday? I’ve got you covered! This creamy bacon and jalapeño dip is delicious, extremely easy to make and I guarantee it will be a hit with your friends. With minimal prep and cook time, this appetizer is a winner.
As I’ve mentioned before, I’m hooked on anything and everything with buffalo sauce–especially this buffalo chicken sandwich. It’s sinfully delicious and perfect for game day! The chicken is equally awesome served as a dip. :-)
Football season is back and I couldn’t be happier. My Saturdays, and most likely Sundays, will now consist of football, chicken wings and beer. :-) This delicious seven layer dip is also a favorite on game day!
I’m a little late to the game, but wanted to share the chicken wings I made for Super Bowl Sunday. This was my first time making wings, and though time-consuming (the frying process took forever!), they were SO good. Not a wing was left on the tray!
I’ve been in a game day cooking mood as of late, and I can’t say there’s anything wrong with that! These buffalo chicken nachos are di-vine, and I guarantee your friends will give you lots and lots of hugs if you make these for them. The buffalo ranch sauce drizzled on top takes these nachos to the next level!
We made and ate an excessive amount of food for the Super Bowl. From seven layer dip to spinach artichoke dip to deviled eggs (oh yes, with bacon grease) to homemade chicken tenders to pork sliders to veggie platters…the list goes on.
I was in charge of bringing dessert and wanted to bake cupcakes since I hadn’t in a while, which is odd considering it’s one of my favorite desserts to make. These weren’t just any cupcake though–not only were they filled with a blackberry puree, but they also had a graham cracker crust, which provided a pleasant textural contrast to the light lemon cake. The cupcakes were a hit at the party and I will most definitely be making them again, as should you!
Though I didn’t have a preference who won yesterday, the majority of our party was rooting for the Patriots. So, obviously it wasn’t the desired outcome for them, but congrats to the Giants fans.
It seems the entire blogosphere is preparing for Super Bowl Sunday. So, as you’d figure, game day appetizer ideas are aplenty. In addition to my pizza dip, these simple meatballs would be a fantastic snack to make for the game.
If you’re looking for more ideas, check out the pages below:
With the Super Bowl fast approaching, I thought it fitting to feature my go-to game day snack. Though extremely simple, this pizza dip has always been a favorite. I remember coming home from middle school and making a personal size dip for my afternoon snack (and eating the entire portion–that’s when calories didn’t count). But, I’ll be honest, I could still make a pretty big dent in the dip.
For more game day appetizer inspiration, head over to Greg’s page and check out his list.