Game Day Eats

Satisfy ravenous fans' appetites with delicious tailgating treats and halftime snacks.
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Start with minty creme-filled cookies. Top with ice cream and fudge. Freeze and eat.

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The Hy-Vee Tumbleweed is a burger of epic proportions. Beer-battered onions rings. A Dr. Pepper glaze with chipotle peppers. And bacon. All on a burger souped up with lots of flavors.

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Here's a blueprint for how to make Pulled Pork. Set up a condiment bar when you serve it. All you need are sliced buns, a few sauces and of course, cole slaw!

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Here's a basic primer for BBQ Ribs. No real recipe, just guidelines. Use your own rubs and sauces for your own signature recipe.

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Smoky Baby Back Ribs with Blackberry Barbecue Sauce are rubbed with spices and then mopped with sauce. How can this bad? It is not.

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Chocolate, caramel and marshmallows are such a great combo, aren't they? Caramel S'more Brownies are rich and gooey and finger lickable.

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Add Garden Fresh Guacamole to your game day spread. Of course, it's excellent with tortilla chips, but use it top burgers and add to nachos. Try it on top of pulled pork too.

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The temptation will strike, but do not give in. Do not put ketchup on your Classic Chicago Dog. Do not.

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Set out a plate of these Brite Bite Lemon Bars when the game starts. They will be gone by the end (of the first half?) - guaranteed. You can't go wrong with good old fashioned lemon bars.

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Yes, spread peanut butter on your burger bun. It add creamy richness to your burger. Why not experiment with different types of nut butters?

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Time these Seasoned Barbecued Pork Ribs so they're ready for halftime. They're forgiving enough to hang out on the grill if the game goes long. Serve with extra sauce - or not.

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Sometimes the logistics of making s'mores gets in the way. No bother. S'mores Toffee Bars solves that problem.

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A burger stuffed with gouda and bacon. End of story.

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If one of your team's colors is red, then you must make Red Velvet Cake Cookies. Easy as that.

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If you've got your grill or smoker fired up, you might as well throw on a few potatoes for Smoked Potato Salad.

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Wrapping the burger patty with bacon infuses each bite with flavor - not that the pepper jack, sliced jalapenos or jalapeno bun didn't lend enough already.

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You know those cute little sweet peppers? Buy them and make Chorizo-Nacho Pepper Poppers. The best part of these poppers is that you can use whatever meat you'd like in the filling. Taco meat or smoked chicken would be fab!

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We like any excuse to break out the grill and a few pounds of baby back ribs sounds like a pretty good one. Grilled Molasses Pork Ribs are started on the stove and finished on the grill.

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No grill or smoker? Still need some ribs? No problem. Fiery Country Ribs are baked in the oven and get their smokiness from a full-flavored barbecue sauce.

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Hands down, this Roasted Garlic and Jalapeno Burger is one of our favorites. The burger's topped with a roasted garlic and jalapeno spread that is just out of this world. It can be made ahead, so you're not scrambling.

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Big Bad Buffalo Wings are the real deal, you guys. The sauce is normally made with just hot sauce and butter, but we added a few things. Because we can.

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These Maple Chipotle Barbecue Baby Back Ribs are a must-have for game day.

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Pasta salads are a party staple, aren’t they? Creamy Italian Pasta Salad can be made ahead and it feeds a crowd. And yes, you can add bacon.

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Making homemade wings is easy. Just toss cooked (baked or fried, it's up to you) wings in sauce and you're ready to dig in. Parmesan Garlic Wings are great on their own, but we have known people to dip them in marinara. Just a thought.

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Mustard-based sauces aren't too unusual for barbecue, but for wings? Now that's a different story! Maple Mustard Wings are going to be your new favorite.

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