Score big by serving some of these crowd-pleasing appetizers at your party.
Save time by making crowd-pleasing Turkey-Cheddar Kabobs the night before. The kabobs are easy to pick up and eat even if
you don't have a plate handy.
Wow your guests with this 6-ingredient twist on the iconic finger food.
The secret to crisp sweet potato chips is to fry them in small batches, in peanut oil, at a low temperature. This makes 6
servings when served as a side but will be plenty for 10 with the other foods on the tray.
You can also serve the delicious Slow-Cooker Beef in slider buns with your favorite sandwich toppings for a heartier meal.
These tasty little appetizers made of pastry shells, bacon, and Parmesan cheese will be a hit at your party!
An upgraded bar snack with south of the border character.
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.
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
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.
Even if it's still a little chilly outside, our team says to "bundle up, and get grilling." The results are worth a brief
Tip: After you place the chicken on the grill, don't move it until time to turn or the chicken will stick to the cooking grate.
Make the filling ahead of time to make these yummy spring rolls more friendly to your party preparation timeline.
Keep your game day party easy by making this tasty dip ahead of time.
For a more substantial appetizer try this delicious pork recipe with dinner rolls. We used frozen yeast rolls to make this
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.
This recipe makes a lot, but it can be frozen for up to a month. It fits perfectly into 4 (10-oz.) ramekins. Try it over French
fries, hot dogs, and chili too.
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.
You can transform the leftovers from this appetizer into crostini by topping toasted French bread rounds with this creamy
spread and a sprinkle of finely diced apples and toasted pecans.
Layered Spicy Black Bean Dip uses a store-bought dip to add flavor and shorten the ingredient list.
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.
The smoky flavor of the cheddar cheese compliments the Avocado-Mango Salsa nicely. Smoked Cheddar cheese may be found in the
deli seciton of your grocery store.
A great finger food for game day, your guests will love grabbing a handful of these peanuts with a twist!
Warm salsa? You bet. It's just right for chilly weather.
Smokies are always a big hit at parties, so turn it up a notch by adding a bun and a dab of mustard and relish to make mini
Serve this colorful appetizer in small cups if you want to skip the skewers.
No cooking required with this appetizer! Just pick up some shredded barbecue from your favorite restaurant, pile it on some
French rolls, and slather it with barbecue sauce and a scoop of coleslaw.
Mango chutney is the secret ingredient that makes these deviled eggs so irresistible. Snip and arrange chives for a fun garnish.
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.
Blue Cheese Ranch Dip requires only four ingredients and five minutes prep time. Serve it with carrot and celery sticks, sturdy
potato chips, and hot wings.
Stack cups in your team's colors next to this simple snack mix so that guests can help themselves.
Hot wings may be the quintessential game-day food. Round it out with Spicy Buffalo Sauce and Cool Ranch Sauce. And don't forget
Get you mudbug fix with this delicious dip and pair with crusty French bread.
Perfect as a bowl-game party bite, you can also serve this Slow-Cooker Beef recipe in slider buns with your favorite sandwich