I like to think of these delicious fries as a blank canvas. Add what you like and make it your own.
Potato Skins are hard to resist. This recipe makes them dinner friendly.
Give the people what they want. Well, what they want is irresistible Pizza Dip
The slow cooker keeps these Game Day Mini BBQ Meatballs hot for serving, takes the stress out of entertaining, and are the perfect game-day treat. Use gluten-free panko bread crumbs if you want to make these meatballs gluten-free.
It’s that time of year and many like to tailgate, but don’t want all of the calories. This lighter version of classic chili is truly a touchdown.
Super Bowl Sunday equals wings, wings, and wings. Make your own Sriracha Wings rather than picking up those premade ones that have been hanging around the deli case way too long.
Perfect for Super Bowl Sunday! This chili recipe is easily doubled, so it will provide enough for a party and leftovers during the weak!
Nachos are one of my all-time favorite things to eat. Whether you’re in need of a quick meal, snack, or a healthy game day splurge you won’t be disappointed with these delicious Bell Pepper Nachos.
This avocado dip is a tangy alternative to the usual party time guacamole. Serve with the chili pita chips for a tasty pre-game dip.
Seriously, I don’t know anyone who doesn’t love a good Philly Cheesesteak. The Philadelphia Cheesesteak Sandwich was created in the early 1930’s and has been popular ever since and has over time become a popular street food here on the East Coast. If you’re ever in Philly you might want to stop into Pat’s King of Steaks, which is where this famous sandwich originated. In the meantime you can make your own at home and I think this is a perfect sandwich for game day parties. Throwing a Super Bowl party? Make a few of these sandwiches and cut them into halves or quarters and watch them disappear.