All you need for these crispy wings are two of your favorite sauces and some dry rub.
Braunschweiger and cream cheese are mixed together to form a fun ball of dip. Serve on a bed of lettuce with lots of crackers.
This sweet and savory dip will disappear fast! Serve with salty blue corn chips.
Made with a package of biscuits, cheddar cheese, and ranch, these warm, gooey, tangy, and creamy chicken delights are out of this world delish!
This classic beef chili is loaded with beans and amazing flavors. Make ahead then reheat in a crockpot for hands-off serving on game day!
Baked instead of fried, these fantastic egg rolls are filled with tons of goodness: Avocado, sun dried tomatoes shallots and more.
Use a mandolin slicer to create the perfect chip size for these baked chips, so delish you'll want more and more.
Avoid an oily mess with these baked, sweet, salty, sticky, and so easy to make wings, full of fresh Asian flavors.
Coated with a breadcrumb mixture then baked until golden, these cauliflower delights are a much lighter way to enjoy the taste of Buffalo wings without the meat andSee more
Break up sourdough pretzels, toss in oil and spices, then bake at a low temperature. Make a big batch as these can be stored in an airtight container at room temperatureSee more
A perfect game day combo: Potatoes, peppers, eggs & bacon topped with cheese and sausage gravy, so simple to make, and served right on the sheet pan.
Made with homemade sweet potato buns, start this recipe early for melt-in-your-mouth, juicy, delicious, fall-apart meat sliders.
Light and fluffy, these versatile puffs are filled with bits of bacon and creamy cheddar cheese. You can substitute with turkey or any meat.
This cream cheese and pecan cheese ball is perfect for a Thanksgiving game day!
These cheese sticks are simple to make! Cut up cheese sticks, dip in eggs, flour, and bread crumbs and fry away for some gooey, cheesy goodness!
Soy sauce and rice wine are combined with soda for a sweet wing appetizer, baked in the oven instead of fried.
Your game day guests will be impressed with this one-skillet, meal-in-one, heavenly nacho dish!
Pull out your food processor for this quick, 5 minute salsa. Using canned tomatoes make it extra easy!
A classic dry rub consisting of cornstarch and simple spices make these baked crispy wings a game day must!
Wrap store bought onion rings in bacon, grill in a 400 degree oven until crispy. Melt chocolate chips and dip away!
The best non-meat game day treat we can think of! These cute bites are are made with 3 kinds of cheeses: Sharp Cheddar, Mozzarella and Pepper Jack.
These amazing nuggets are made with an almond flour breading and are baked for a bit less guilt. Don't skip the dipping sauce!
Ready in under 40 minutes, these baked, hot and crispy chicken bites are seriously delish and will very likely become a new game day favorite!
Dip away during the game! Use a 10 inch cast iron skillet to make this timeless classic. Serve warm and use graham crackers for dipping.
Use a package of Hawaiian rolls and 4 cups of any kind of chicken you desire to make these cheesy, BBQ flavored winners.
An excellent non-beef chili option, ready in about an hour. Use ground chicken, cannellini beans, corn and spinach.
Bake this classic beef and bean chili on top of layers of nachos. Garnish with onions and peppers.
A perfect game season snack, serve on game day or at any fall party. Use fall themed chocolate mixes and the ad-ins of your choice.
A cheesy, salty and garlicky dip with a kick! Serve with pita chips, carrots, celery, cucumbers or any crackers of your choice.
Toss chicken legs in a mix of hot sauce, soy sauce, ketchup, and brown sugar and then grill to perfection!
These pork sliders are super worth the effort it takes to put all the delicious parts together from the ribs to the sauce, to the mayo and slaw.