Finger Foods: 14 Game Day Recipes
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No one wants to go through the trouble of having a sit-down dinner when the big game is on, but you still need to eat! Our collection, Finger Foods: 14 Game Day Recipes, is sure to keep the cheering fans at your party from going hungry while they root for their favorite team. We've covered all of the bases from chicken wings to roll-ups. These easy finger food recipes will keep everyone happy and full!
Everyone loves Potato Skins! They're the perfect finger food, especially for game-day gatherings. Score big points with these easy Half-Time Skins that will make you a hero on game day!
Our Buffalo chicken wing-inspired Buffalo Potato Wedges are made with hand-cut Idaho baking potatoes flavored with zesty ingredients. They're a lighter option to wings 'cause they have the same tasty flavor and are perfect for party nibbling.
Aren't slow cooker recipes the best? For this crowd-pleasing appetizer, all you do is mix together flavorings with prepared frozen meatballs, turn on the slow cooker, and let it go. And when you use a slow cooker liner, there isn't even any cleanup!
We've given traditional sliders a change of pace makeover by substituting fork tender beef brisket for the usual mini burgers. Our flavorful oniony Pulled Brisket Sliders may be small in size but they're big on taste.
These party-pleasing Potato Lollipops appetizer will be the hit of your next gathering, whether it's a potluck or a game day event. They're easy to prepare, easy to pass around, and eye-catching as can be!
Need something tasty to tide your hungry gang over before dinner's served? Well, who could resist popping our Loaded Jalapeno Poppers in their mouth! They're a little bit hot, a little bit smoky, a little bit creamy, and a whole lot of tasty. This is the perfect finger food recipe for game day!
What do football season, after-school snacks, and birthday celebrations have in common? They're all perfect times for enjoying Sticky Finger Wings! Wings just got a little more flavorful and a little less traditional with these finger-lickin', bone pickin', "OOH, IT'S SO GOOD!!®"
Potato balls make for a tasty start to any meal, and these are kicked up a notch thanks to nutrient-rich spinach and spicy pepper Jack cheese. This one's a sure crowd-pleaser, for the holidays and beyond!
We came up with a tasty twist on an old favorite. Our easy BBQ Deviled Eggs are great as a snack, yet elegant enough to serve as an hors d'oeuvre at a holiday gathering. For a game day appetizer, try this easy deviled eggs recipe!
Win over party guests or even your family with these homemade, melt-in-your-mouth Potato Puffs. The warm, golden crust contrasts with the creamy potato filling to ensure that you'll never want store-bought again!
This deli favorite is a treat for kids and adults alike! This easy kid-friendly lunch recipe makes a great substitute for those tired of the regular, ol' Peanut Butter & Jelly. Bite-sized snacks have never been better!
Rotisserie chicken is so handy! Use it to make these Chicken and Slaw Wraps, and you'll have a hearty chicken sandwich ready for lunch, dinner or a nutritious snack in minutes.
Baked buffalo wings can be just as delicious as fried. Try our Beer Soaked Buffalo Wings for something unique and a bit lighter than the usual.
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