The big game is on this weekend — are you ready for it? I have been scouring all my past recipes for some delicious snacks to serve my friends and family members who will be at my house this weekend and I came up with this list of yummy game day recipes. I put them all in a roundup so you can have them right at your fingertips!
Mexican Cheese Dip
Yes — this is THAT Mexican cheese dip! It is crazy good and so easy to make. I serve this at every single game day celebration we have, at every Mexican night we have, and I take it to whatever party we are going to. It has always been a hit. You can serve your cheese dip in these cute colorful bowls that I found on Amazon. You can get 4 for like $8.
My sausage balls are always a hit at every single party I have ever taken them too. It literally takes about 20 minutes to make them. There won't be one single piece left!
If you have guests that have a gluten intolerance, you can make them Gluten Free by using Gluten Free Bisquick Mix.
Hot Spinach and Artichoke Dip
I have been making this Hot Spinach and Artichoke Dip for years now and it has always been a hit with everyone! Even my daughter who is not a fan of artichokes says this dip is a definite winner.
Black Bean Brownies
My Black Bean Brownies are the perfect dessert to serve your health conscious guests. The main ingredient is a can of black beans and I have had hard core classic brownie lovers tell me how delicious these are.
Batter Dipped Potato Wedges
My batter dipped potato wedges are SUPER easy to make and will have your guests raving about their crunchy outer coating. My family loves these and always gets excited when I make them.
These loaded nachos will definitely hit the spot while you are watching the big game this weekend. I know, I will be definitely hitting up this table!
BBQ Lil Smokies
Now — what party would it be if I didn't share my BBQ Lil Smokies recipe with you? These are always a hit — especially with the kids.
These Baked Parmesan Zuchinni are seriously one of the BEST things I have ever tasted. They are great hot, room temperature, or whatever and the coating that is on top is on point y'all — so darn good!
Beefy Dorito Taco Salad
This beefy Dorito Taco Salad has always been my favorite. There is a lady in our church that makes this and I always eat a TON when she makes it — it's so delicious.
Old Fashioned Coke Float
Set up a throwback bar and serve Old Fashioned Coke Floats, Peanuts and Coke, and Bacon Ranch crackers — yes — those are all old fashioned snacks that go awesome with game time. You can get a pack of 6 float glasses on Amazon for like $9.
French Fry Bar with Dipping Sauces
Serve all different kinds of french fries (Alexia Fries are my fave) and have different dipping sauces available. My Ultimate Fry Sauce is the best there is out there.
Now that you have a few new game day recipes in your arsenal — what are you waiting for? Start prepping and planning for the perfect game day party at your home!