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Game Day Eats

Satisfy ravenous fans' appetites with delicious tailgating treats and halftime snacks.


Game Day Eats

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Even if your brackets are broken, your diet doesn't have to be. Keep your eating in check while you watch the games with a few simple tips.

When your team wins, celebrate with Caramel Pecan Brownies. If your team should unfortunately lose, then drown your sorrows with Caramel Pecan Brownies. Either one is a win-win situation.

How To Make Caramel Pecan Brownies

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Yes, we dipped potato chips in chocolate and sprinkled them with bacon. We're not ashamed. Chocolate-Bacon Chips just might be the hit of your #gameday feast.

Chocolate-Bacon Chips - Recipe

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In the rare instance you find yourself with leftover Chile con Queso, use it on baked potatoes, on tacos or even chili.

Chile Con Queso - Recipe

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Serve these Game Day Meatballs with warmed pasta sauce for dipping or turn them into meatball subs. Line them up on toasted hoagie buns, top with shredded mozzarella and broil until the cheese is melted and bubbly.

Game Day Meatballs - Recipe

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Crispy-Fried Buffalo Wing Blasts are brilliant. Buffalo chicken filling is sealed inside a wonton wrapper and the whole package is breaded and deep fried. So darn delicious!

Crispy-Fried Buffalo Wing Blasts - Recipe

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Making your own glazed chicken wings is easier than you think! You could even assemble these Agave-Chipotle-Glazed Wings a day ahead of time and just bake them before your guests arrive.

Agave-Chipotle-Glazed Wings - Recipe

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Looking for something to feed a crowd for game day? Slow cook Chipotle Shredded Pork the day before and you won't miss the game by standing in the kitchen.

Chipotle Shredded Pork - Recipe

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Tailgating or watching the big game this weekend? Need a quick, easy dessert to share with friends? Gooey Peanut Butter S’more Brownies are your ticket!!

Gooey Peanut Butter S'more Brownies - Recipe

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Make the Chipotle Chicken Sandwich filling ahead of time, so all you have to do is reheat it when you get to your tailgate. Serve with a little cole slaw either on top or on the side. So good.

Chipotle Chicken Sandwiches - Recipe

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If you've got 30 minutes, you've got plenty of time to make a pot of chili. Adapt 30-Minute Chili to your crew's tastes. Stir in a spicy blend of tomatoes or a few shakes of hot sauce. Don't forget the cheese!

30-Minute Chili - Recipe

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Chances are there's guacamole at your tailgate. There may also be hot dogs. Top a grilled dog with guac and peppers and you've got yourself a Guacamole Dog.

Guacamole Dog - Recipe

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Wings are a game day essential. Zesty Apricot-Glazed Wings have just the right amount of sweet to offset the sassy barbecue sauce glaze.

Zesty Apricot-Glazed Wings - Recipe

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Bring Salted Caramel Brownies to celebrate a victory or to mourn a defeat. A scoop of ice cream on top never hurt anyone.

Salted Caramel Brownies - Recipe

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The recipe for All-Star Chili Dogs is more of a reminder than an actual recipe. Bun + hot dog + chili + cheese + green onions = happy tummy.

All-Star Chili Dog - Recipe

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We found a pretty great shortcut for adding extra flavor to guac. Rockin' Guacamole's got a can of Ro-Tel stirred in. How genius is that? Add a little extra onion and lime and you've got it made.

Rockin' Guacamole - Recipe

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Here's an idea. Bring a pot of Billy's Chili to simmer and let it cook during the first half of the game. It's sure to be ready to dive into by the time halftime starts.

Billy's Chili - Recipe

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Hot dogs and walking tacos are 2 great options for tailgating, so combine them. Load up a grilled dog with all of your favorite taco fixin's for a Walking Taco Dog. Don't you love that?

Walking Taco Dog - Recipe

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A tailgate just isn't complete without a yummy dessert. How do Double Chocolate Caramel Brownies sound? If you're not a fan of chocolate-covered raisins, just use chocolate chips or candy-coated chocolate pieces - in the appropriate colors, of course.

Double Chocolate Caramel Brownies - Recipe

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Got a crowd at your tailgate? Make it easy on yourself and serve Slow-Cooker Sloppy Joes. Make them into sliders by serving them on cocktail-sized buns.

Slow-Cooker Sloppy Joes - Recipe

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Sometimes chicken wings just aren't convenient for tailgating, that's why we love Kickin' Chicken Dip. All of the flavor, none of the mess. Serve with chips or carrot and celery sticks.

Kickin' Chicken Dip - Recipe

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Serve sliders at your next tailgate. Set out toppings and let your friends build their own mini masterpieces.

Made-Your-Way Sliders - Recipe

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Transport Chicken Chili to your tailgate in a slow cooker or reheat it in its pot on the grill. Be sure to pack all those chili toppings: shredded cheese, sour cream, jalapenos, etc.

Chicken Chili - Recipe

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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

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Buffalo wings not your thing? Give Buffalo Chicken Dip a try. Serve carrots, celery sticks or chips for dipping.

Buffalo Chicken Dip - Recipe

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