As playoff season and The Big Game approach, things are getting real on the food front from casual fans to die-hard home team supporters far and wide. With each game, the pressure intensifies, resulting in a belly full of game day menu question marks. Worry no more as these simple-to-prepare foods are fabulous choices for even the most discriminating house guests. Keep in mind that the best football foods are easily portable, easy to prepare, and easy to eat, and they require little cleaning up afterward. These are a few great choices for your football food spread.
Chips and Dips of Every Variety
The chips become the conduit by which people consume the dips. The internet is filled with countless amazing homemade dip recipes for the industrious. Those who are more pressed for time can often find a grand assortment this time of year at local supermarkets and specialty food stores that will do the trick without any of your guests being the wiser.
The best thing about hot wings is that you can make them as simple or elaborate as you'd like. You can give your guests a single choice of hot wings with blue cheese or ranch dip to sooth their palates, or you can create a hot wing bar, allowing guests to choose their sauces according to their own daring and a variety of dips to go along with those wings for added flavor options.
Meat and Cheese Trays
These are football party staples that will soothe the most savage of beasts when their teams appear down for the count. These trays are a great idea to accommodate any low-carb dieters you have on your guest list as well.
While not commonly thought of as football food, plenty of guests will appreciate the low-calorie options that a vegetable tray represents. You might be pleasantly surprised to discover how quickly the vegetable tray goes despite the other appealing offerings available.
There are plenty of ways you can go with meatballs for your football food extravaganza. Some popular party favorites include:
It's nearly impossible to go wrong with these tasty treats. If you're really brave, you can make two and have a contest and determine a winner by which one has fewer remaining after the football game is over.
It's easier than you realize to put out a feast fit for a king, a Viking, a Saint, a Patriot, or countless others when it's your turn to host the football hoard.Share
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