7 Great Game Day Recipes
It’s almost time for another super game day… and another weekend spent planning and making all of the snacks you’ll be serving friends and family. But even if you’re not having a party, there are a lot of tasty appetizer-sized recipes you can whip up quickly to keep spirits up and taste buds satisfied. Here are 7 great game day recipes to try, found on FoodNetwork.com.
Super Nachos from Rachel Ray.
See how Rachel transforms tortilla chips, beef and beans, and fresh vegetables into an appetizer that’s sure to start a feeding frenzy.
Mozzarella Sticks from Giada De Laurentiis.
Leave it to Giada to create an amazing rustic snack that’s coated in Italian bread crumbs and freshly grated Parmesan cheese.
Buffalo Chicken Sliders from Jeff Mauro.
A careful selection of spicy spices, tender chicken and blue cheese are just the beginning of these tasty little sandwiches.
Stuffed Falafel Balls from the Food Network Kitchen.
Not a fan of meat dishes? Try this meatless meatball made of a blend of tahini, red peppers, fresh herbs and more.
Sweet Potato Skins from the Food Network Kitchen.
Experience this lighter version of a classic, delicious appetizer — featuring a spicy salsa verde.
Tequila Oasis from the Food Network Kitchen.
When you’re ready to cool down your palette, give this simple fruity cocktail a taste.
Glazed Brownies from the Food Network Kitchen.
Prepare yourself for a big win with these decadent chocolate glazed brownies sure to score a touchdown.
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