Don’t know what a blitz is? That’s okay, neither do we. But we know food! Impress your guests with your game-day spirit and make this football-inspired pizza for your football party. Make your pizza from scratch, or even easier, use a frozen pizza and let the kids add pepperoni and mozzarella. You’re gonna want to yell TOUCHDOWN when you take this pizza out of the oven.
Don’t make your guests fight over dip! Avoid the dreaded double dipper, the dip hog, and the bottom scraper with these easy individual 7-layer dip cups. Fun to assemble with kids and even more fun to eat, these cups are the perfect snack for any party occasion. Try out our recipe below or mix and match your favorite ingredients to make an epic combination.
When you’re “tailgating” at home and keeping a lot of hungry fans happy, it’s best to keep things simple. Get inspired with our easy idea roundup after the jump!
I don’t know if it’s the salt, the crunch, or the grease, but I cannot resist a good chip. And if there’s dip… well you better watch out, because I’m gonna dip that whole bag. If you’re like me and have no willpower when it comes to chips, you may be on the lookout for dipping alternatives.
- I am a purist when it comes to guacamole, no fancy add-ins here. To make up for my lack of adventure in my guacamole recipe, I have a few non-traditional recipes to make easy game-day snacks to help feed those hungry fans.
There is nothing quite like a Sunday afternoon watching football and snacking on homemade dips. (Sure, sometimes I switch out football for reality TV, but one thing remains: the yummy food!)
When you’re “tailgating” at home and keeping a lot of hungry fans happy, I find it’s best to keep things simple.
Set up some dips: salsa, spicy guacamole, queso dip. If you’re feeling adventurous, it doesn’t have to be from a jar; I’ve started making the fastest salsa known to man when I have the extra ingredients….
Fluff the couch cushions and bust out the dips! It’s time to settle into the sofa and cheer on the gladiators of the modern era.
Whether you’re cheering on Big Blue (New York Giants) or the Pats (New England Patriots), we’ve compiled a great list of recipes to help you feed anyone from a dynamic duo to a whole mob of hungry fans….
Are you excited for the big game on Sunday? Judging from all of your posts, tweets and mentions on our Facebook page, you’re ready to nosh on some tasty comfort food (corn chowder, pulled pork sandwiches, pizza) as well as dive into some classic party foods (salsa and chips; veggies and dip; cheese and crackers).
We asked our fans for their healthier Super Bowl tips and you did not disappoint! From Eggplant Fries to Parmesan Popcorn, our customers have the best ideas!
MaryAnn Jones, from Manhasset, Long Island, NY says, for her, “The keys to Thriving during a snack-a-licious party are balance & control.” She likes to eat a satisfying snack like a handful of almonds or walnuts before the big game….