Entertaining for the Big Game

Here are some recipes that are sure to impress your guests
cookie pie

Are you ready to show off your skills for the big game?

For those hosting a viewing party for the upcoming big game, you may be starting to plan your menu for the crew.

The best way to keep guests satisfied while they watch football on the couch for three hours? By making fast and easy dishes so you can enjoy the game, too! Game day menus are expected to be filled with chips, dips, burgers and wings, but don’t forget about the sweet tooth fans looking to indulge when the 4th quarter rolls around! 

Here are a few recipes ideas you can tackle in preparation for your party.

In the shape of a football, this XXL cookie pie is perfect for the ultimate dessert fan looking to celebrate a big win with a treat.  Made with Krusteaz Brown Sugar Oatmeal Cookie Mix, white chocolate peanut butter cups, pecans and chocolate chips means there won’t be a boring bite.

Chocolate Cream Pie Dip with Cookie Dippers

Trade the traditional chips and queso for this chocolate pudding dip served with homemade-style cookies. You also have the option to serve with mini pie crust dippers for a fun twist!

Sweet Sticks 

Dipping a toe over the savory line are these Sweet Sticks. Ditch the pizza delivery and start with Italian Herb Flatbread Mix. The unexpected combination of brown sugar and cheese will have even bitter rivals rooting for the same snack.

Game Day Chili Cornbread Muffins

If you’re still looking to serve a game day classic, look no further than Chili Cornbread Muffins. Sweet honey cornbread muffins act as the bowl and are filled with your favorite chili recipe. Serve these and you’ll be MVP.

For more ideas and recipes, visit www.Krusteaz.com and get acquainted with the Baker's Dozen. You can also find more game day ideas here


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