Game Day Eats
Satisfy ravenous fans' appetites with delicious tailgating treats and halftime snacks.
Sriracha Dipping Sauce is essential. Of course, it's great for dipping, but use it for a topping on burgers and hot dogs too.
Sriracha Dipping Sauce - Recipe
Buffalo wings not your thing? Give Buffalo Chicken Dip a try. Serve carrots, celery sticks or chips for dipping.
There are times you don't mess with a classic. You really can't go wrong with Ro-Tel Famous Queso Dip. The tomatoes and green chilies blend comes in lots of heat levels so you can tailor your dip to your crew.
Ro-Tel Famous Queso Dip - Recipe
Go old school and make a batch of Classic Sliders. They're topped with American cheese, dill pickle slices, a lettuce leaf and the condiment trifecta: ketchup, mustard and mayo.
You have to have Vegetable Ranch Pizza at your party! This one's topped with broccoli, carrots, mushrooms and cheddar, but you can add whatever veggies you'd like.
Vegetable Ranch Pizza - Recipe
Trust us on this one! A Peanut Butter Slider is delicious. It's loaded down with everything good too. Not only is it slathered with creamy peanut butter and mayonnaise, but it's got a fried egg and bacon on it too!
Peanut Butter Slider - Recipe
Easiest dip ever! And you probably have most of the ingredients for Sweet Fruit Dip on hand. Of course, it's great for fruit, but it's also great spread on graham crackers.
Sweet Fruit Dip - Recipe
Who says sliders always have to be a burger? Hy-Vee's Hickory House smoked pulled pork makes a fabulous slider! BBQ Pulled Pork Sliders are sure to be a hit.
BBQ Pulled Pork Slider - Recipe
Here's our take on classic layered taco dip. Lighten up 7-Layer Gameday Dip with reduced-fat cream cheese and fat-free or vegetarian refried beans. It's a fabulous meat-free option too.
7-Layer Gameday Dip - Recipe
Fried Mac N Cheese - Recipe
A slider topped with bacon, mushrooms and cheese? Yes, please! The Parrano cheese on this Bacon and Mushroom Slider is similar to Gouda. You'll love it.
Bacon and Mushroom Slider - Recipe
Check out Southern Baked Chicken. Chicken drumsticks are basted in a sassy, smoky and slightly sweet barbecue sauce. You're going to need a few napkins.
Southern Baked Chicken - Recipe
Chicken wings don't always have to be spicy. Try these Crispy Herb-Parmesan Wings. The wings are coated with cheesy, herby breading. They don't need a dipping sauce, but ranch with some hot sauce mixed in wouldn't be bad!
Crispy Herb-Parmesan Wings - Recipe
Can't get to the grill but still want to serve these Gourmet Sliders? Slide them under the broiler or cook them in a cast iron skillet on the stove. One should never be without sliders on a football Sunday!
Gourmet Slider - Recipe
Make the filling and prep the poblano peppers ahead of time. All you have to do is assemble these Stuffed Poblano Peppers and pop them under the broiler when it's time to eat.
Stuffed Poblano Peppers - Recipe
Plan on making Cajun Burger Bites all of the time. They're perfectly suited for tailgating and homegating! Cook the patties on your stovetop or if it's warm enough, grill them. Kids love them!
Cajun Burger Bites - Recipe
Mini-Pepper Mozzarella Bites are a nice departure from all the wings and dips you'll run into at the party for the Big Game. Serve chilled or at room temperature.
Mini-Pepper Mozzarella Bites - Recipe
Watching the game can be stressful enough. What you eat during the game shouldn't be. Black Bean and Corn Chili uses ingredients you've probably got in the house and it's ready in no time.
Great news! Not all cheese sticks are deep-fried. Give these Cheese Poppers a try. They're baked, so you'll feel a bit less guilt snacking on them while you watch the game.
Cheese Poppers - Recipe
Simply put, these Havarti Bacon Turkey Burgers are good. We have yet to figure out if it's the basil aioli that makes them or the bacon or the Havarti cheese...