Tailgating recipes should be easy to make, easy to transport, easy to eat, and delicious. These Venison Sausage Balls are the winner here. You will score major points with your family and friends for bringing this fabulous finger food.
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I don’t go to football games for the football, I go for all the great tailgating food. My Southwest Salsa is a great tailgating recipe. The taste of freshness in the middle of the winter is awesome.
I made this Sausage Roll Recipe for my 2014 Superbowl party and everyone went crazy over it. It’s made with bread dough bought in the freezer section of your grocery store. It’s really simple to make with only a few ingredients. Don’t tell anybody but I hid some in the back of the refrigerator to […]
Who’s going to the Superbowl? That is the million dollar question. These sweet n sour meatballs are a huge hit when it comes to NFL playoff party food ideas. They will stay warm in a crock pot and you can pop them in your mouth all day long. Don’t forget your favorite beer to go […]
Oh, man it’s going to be cold at Lambreau Field today! You’re going to need some of my delicious stew to keep you warm. Why not try this hearty bone sticking beef stew recipe and cook it up in your favorite NFL team logo crock pot? What fun! By the way, who are you rooting […]
Who are you rooting for today? Wouldn’t it be great to walk into a party with my delicious Sweet n Sour Meatballs in an NFL crock pot with your favorite teams logo? I think I’m going to have to get my husband a Redskins crock pot. Maybe then he will learn how to cook and […]
My husband loves to sit and watch a football game with crackers, pepperoni, and cheese. He also loves spaghetti salad so I figured why not combine the two? Poof, a new addition to my tailgating/game day recipes. Spaghetti salad with pepperoni and pepper jack cheese is a perfect combination. The longer it sits the better […]
This is an oldie but a goodie when it comes to tailgating recipes because who doesn’t love chicken wings to munch on when they are watching football? My twisted chicken wings are even better the next day. Make them Saturday and munch all day on Sunday.
Are you tailgating this weekend or staying home and watching the game on your big screen TV? Either way this is the best meatball recipe for snacking. Keep them warm in your slow cooker/crock pot and pop one in your mouth when you get a hankering.
It’s football season! This spaghetti salad will become one of your go to easy tailgating recipes. It’s simple, inexpensive, and can be thrown in the cooler. Best of all there are no ingredients that will spoil while you spend a couple of hours partying and cheering on your team. Take this to your next tailgating […]