When it comes to fall Sundays… my house is filled with 2 guys who love to come home from church, slip into the jersey, and watch a rousing game of football while munching on football food.
What then, is football food?
Easy is a given, savory and flavorful a must, hearty and munchy… and sweet is always a winner, no matter which team comes out on top.
Here are some ideas for a Sunday menu that should satisfy all, including me, who wants it a bit healthier than the guys.
Football Food Lineup
Fast and Easy 20-Minute Healthy Beef Chili
Slow Cook Turkey Chili
Healthier and incredibly easy turkey chili — slow cooking, ready when you are.
Slow Cooker Barbecue Spare Ribs
Easy Slow Cooker Barbecue Spare Ribs are melt-in-your-mouth incredible! Let your slow cooker do all the work and come home to sticky, fall apart ribs!
Tender and Juicy Baby Back Grilled Ribs
Wrapped in foil, the ribs cook faster, become juicy and tender… and the cleanup is easy! Bake or grill.
Quick and Baked Beans
A family favorite, easy skillet beans. The perfect accompaniment for game day foods.
Chicken Tortilla Soup: A Lighter and Healthier Soup
Easy Potato Skins
These potato rounds are topped with cheddar cheese, crumbled bacon bits and taste great topped with a little sour cream!
Baked Garlic Parmesan Potato Wedges
Baked garlic parmesan potato wedges oven roasted to golden tender perfection!
Slow Cooker Spinach and Artichoke Dip
Simply throw everything in the crockpot for the easiest, most effortless spinach and artichoke dip – it doesn’t get easier than that!
Hot Ham and Cheese Party Rolls
These Hot Ham & Cheese Party Rolls are so good! Honey Maple Glazed Ham and melty Swiss cheese are rolled up (cinnamon bun style!) in soft, fluffy pizza dough. Then they’re drizzled with a brown sugar poppy seed glaze and baked until golden, gooey, and crispy.
“Sometimes it’s all about the presentation. In just three steps, you can assemble a football-themed Snack Stadium to showcase all your game day dips! We love using our Cheesy Guacamole Dip for the field!”
The Bowl Dip
“Hollowing out a cabbage is my favorite way to do a crudité. Just remember, the larger the leaves, the better. That way, you’ll have more to work with when you’re doing the arrangement.”
Fudgy Cakey Family Size Decadent Brownies
They bake in a 9″ x 13″ size pan and stand an inch tall when cut. A perfect blend of fudgy and cakey.