Football season is upon us which means a lot of cheering, drinking and eating all around the TV, or in the stands. No matter who you support, we all love getting together with friends or family to watch the game, while sipping on cold drinks and eating yummy snacks. So, in the spirit of football season, we’re bringing you 7 football game appetizers that we LOVE at MCLife Tulsa!
If reading the recipe and seeing the photos of these incredible Loaded Tater Tot Nachos from Just a Taste don’t make you droll, you might need to get your tastebuds checked. This recipe combines two of my favorite things: nachos and tater tots. It’s a winning combination that you can pull together in 30 minutes for your next football party.
Host the Toast has an ingenious recipe that transforms a basic loaf of bread into an ooey gooey, spinach and artichoke filled dream! While this recipe calls for homemade spinach and artichoke dip, we wouldn’t judge you if you used store bought dip to pull it off.
You’ve always need something sweet to go along with your savory snacks and this Cannoli Dip from Homemade Hooplah will hit the spot! It is quick, easy, and will only take you 10 minutes. If you love cannolis, then you will love this quirky spin on the popular Italian dessert.
For an appetizer with a kick, try this Jalapeno Popper Dip from Spend with Pennies. It transforms the popular appetizer, jalapeno poppers, into a creamy, gooey, hot dip. It’s seriously so good – you’ll be licking the bottom of the pan.
Petite Allergy Treats has a recipe for Pizza Bombs with gluten free, egg free and dairy free options! You can have your pizza fix even with food allergies – it is a great recipe for football parties or get togethers with friends.
Bring on the sweets with these delicious S’Mores Bites from Suburban Simplicity. All you need are: graham crackers, butter, powdered sugar, Hershey chocolate bars, and marshmallows. They’re easy to do and will complete any football appetizer spread.
You will want to grab a handful of this Parmesan Ranch Cheez-It Snack Mix from Delightfulemade!This recipe is quick, easy and you will make it in the crockpot – which makes it even better! Kids and adults will LOVE this.
There you have it! These are some of your favorite football game appetizers. How many are you going to try? Let us know in the comment section below! We want to hear what your favorite game day appetizers are. As always, follow us on Facebook for more Tulsa fun!