Score big points with your fellow football fans by sharing these crowd-pleasing tailgating recipes on game day.
Anne's Hot Sausage Dip
Whether you're at the game or cheering from home, kick off your tailgating party with our first-string collection of snacks,
spreads, and dips. For starters, scoop up this hearty sausage dip and keep it warm at the tailgate party in an insulated casserole
This dip version of the classic New Orleans sandwich features olive salad, salami, pepperoncini salad peppers, black olives
and diced provolone cheese. Serve with slices of French bread for a hearty tailgate treat.
Wrap sandwiches are so versatile. You can fill them with your favorite meats and condiments for an array of options. Individually
wrap them in plastic wrap or secure with a toothpick for easy pick-up-and-go treats.
This recipe makes plenty to go around, so stuff some in celery stalks and serve the rest with crackers, apple wedges, or as
a sandwich spread. Make pimiento cheese up to a week before game day and store in an airtight container in the refrigerator.
Make this spicy Mexican dip your go-to dip for tailgate parties and casual entertaining. Just layer cream cheese, black bean
dip and shredded cheese and top with your choice of onions, olives and tomatoes.
This is so easy it feels like cheating. Start with frozen or delivery pizzas and cut the pies into bite-size portions with
a biscuit cutter. Your guests will thank you when they're not balancing a full slice with their already-loaded plate.
Blue cheese amps up the flavor for a little twist on the traditional artichoke appetizer. The dip holds up well for about
two hours after the cook time. Serve with pita chips or toasted baguette slices.
Jarred bruschetta topping, chock full of flavorful herbs and veggies, saves both money and prep time for these cheesy pizza
sticks. Simply top a refrigerated thin pizza crust with the bruschetta topping and a shredded cheese blend, bake, and cut
into bite-size strips.
With the perfect combination of sweet and salty flavors, these Hawaiian Ham Sandwiches are sure to be crowd-pleasers. Serve
them during the holidays or during a football party–they are great for any occasion.
Break out of that onion soup dip rut and wow game-day guests with an easy dip made with sautéed onions, leeks, cream cheese,
sour cream and lots of crispy cooked bacon. No need to serve it in the hollowed out squash; a bowl works just fine.