Make your house game day headquarters with these recipes for delicious dips, hot wings, and more.
Our Test Kitchen took cues from the pros to bring pit-barbecue flavor to the backyard. It's a no brainer on game day.
Nothing can compete with this first-string rib recipe. Your friends and family will be coming back for more.
Slice tops from hearty round dinner rolls, and then let guests hollow out centers and spoon Super Quick Chili into them. Keep
the chili warm in a slow cooker during the game.
You can save time by preparing the cheese dip up to a day ahead; just cover and chill in an airtight container, and bake just
Here's a universally Southern favorite. No matter what team your root for, you'll find this thirst quencher gracing just baout
Hot wings may be the quintessential game-day food. Round it out with Spicy Buffalo Sauce and Cool Ranch Sauce. And don't forget
Warm, creamy Baked Spinach-and-Artichoke Dip is always a big hit! This version has been lightened up. Keep the secret to yourself,
and guests will never guess that this tasty dish is actually good for them.
Tip: For easy entertaining, this dish can be assembled up to a day ahead. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator, and then bake just before serving.
Serve these zesty chicken bites warm or cold with a side of Blue cheese or honey mustard dressing. The kids will love these,
Make the filling ahead of time to make these yummy spring rolls more friendly to your party preparation timeline.
Standard game day fare in Mississippi and South Carolina includes these crisp cornmeal nuggets. But you don't have to be from
those two states to appreciate the fried-up goodness.
It's southern tradition to have a little hot sauce with your turnip greens, so be sure to offer guests several brands to choose
from on the side.
These meatballs are a football staple. Save yourself time by making them ahead. Place cooked meatballs in a zip-top plastic
freezer bag, and freeze up to 1 month. Thaw in refrigerator, and cook, stirring occasionally, until thoroughly heated. Add
this sweet-and-sour sauce on game day.
Turn canned chickpeas or black-eyed peas into a unique and affordable party snack. Simply toss them in olive oil with a few
seasonings and roast until crisp. The key is to bake the beans as long as possible without letting them burn. This will dry
them out, making them extra-crunchy like nuts. Enjoy by the handful or sprinkle over a salad.
Be ready to party in just 10 minutes. This fiesta party staple uses a store-bought black bean dip to add flavor and shorten
the ingredient list.
Warm salsa? You bet. It's just right for chilly weather.
These make for the perfect party snack. They're especially easy to make and travel well. If you like your cheese straws less
spicy, use a smaller amount of red pepper.
If chocolate chip cookies are your favorite cookies, this recipe make soon become your favorite.
Your tailgaters will be cheering "Go Chocolate!" when you serve up these decadent delights.
Layering pudding in half-pint jars gives you room to garnish and screw on the lids so you can place them in your cooler for
Perfect as a bowl-game party bite, you can also serve this Slow-Cooker Beef recipe in slider buns with your favorite sandwich