Courtesy of Beef - It's What's For Dinner
Whether you’re playing armchair quarterback for your state’s favorite NFL team on a Sunday night or showing your school spirit on a Saturday afternoon, game day is a good day. It’s made even better by a bountiful array of salty, cheesy, meaty, tasty offerings. If you’d rather keep your head in the game than figure out what you are going to be serving up to your fellow fans, here are game day recipes that are sure to please.
This easy chicken recipe goes with game day like peas go with carrots, like peanut butter goes with jelly or like Buffalo sauce goes with chicken.
For the Easy Buffalo Chicken Dip recipe, click here.
This take on an iconic food out of Philadelphia doesn’t have to be reserved for Eagles fans. Hollow out a loaf of bread and add roast beef, chopped green peppers and onions for a delicious appetizer.
Soft warm pretzels are super satisfying, and paired with this spicy cheddar dip, they pack a little heat.
Take the stress out of game day by choosing a recipe you can make ahead and freeze. These wings are perfect for just that.
These bite-sized retro snacks are sure to liven up a game day spread.
You can use pantry staples for the majority of this dish that blends ketchup, brown sugar, barbecue sauce and vinegar for the perfect meatball marinade.
For the Slow Cooker Porcupine Meatballs in a Tangy Sauce recipe, click here.
Replicate an amazing game day experience with this stadium food staple. These nachos are loaded with Mexican-style beef sausage, chiles, cheese, tomatoes and whatever garnishes your heart desires.
Bears fans are already going to know about this Chicago-style hot dog recipe, but why should Illinois have all the fun? This recipe will help you load up your dog the Chicago way.
Seafood doesn’t have to only be served at the best seafood shacks. Serve an unexpected game day appetizer with these delicately breaded coconut shrimp.
For the Crispy Curry Coconut Shrimp recipe, click here.
You don’t have to head to Green Bay to be a cheesehead, you just need this slider recipe that features beer, beef and, of course, cheese. Go Pack, go.
For the Cheesehead Sliders recipe, click here.
Another mashup too good to ignore is barbecue nachos. Trade your traditional Mexican toppings on your nachos for some barbecued goodness.
For the Outrageous Barbecued Nachos recipe, click here.
Want to cheer on the Dallas Cowboys? Gear up, flip on the game, pop in a batch of the team’s namesake cookies and you’ll feel like you’re at Jerry World — blue and silver pom-poms not included. If you're looking for sweet treats inspired by your state, here are regional desserts you need to try.
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