Touchdown-Worthy Recipes

Touchdown-Worthy Recipes

It’s that time of year again. Where men join and root for their favorite team, while scrubbing down food, and praying to God their team wins. Though the people who came to your house are there for the game chances are they won’t pay much attention to the food unless you make some touchdown-worthy bites that will awake them from their football coma for just a moment.

The key to successful game day recipes is to have a variety of options. Now I’m not saying to make a four-star ten-foot long buffet table, but it’s great to have three to five options for food and maybe drinks, and a good one to two choices for dessert. So, dive into the in zone, put on your game day face, and make a touchdown-worthy menu that will have your friends and family begging you to host next year’s Super Bowl

Cajun Pig in the Blankets

These don't only have to be for munchkins. Whip up this Cajun pig in the blanket and surprise your guest with the extra kick.

Loaded Potato Skins

You can't go wrong with these loaded potato skin. It's a three in one package deal with three of the best comfort foods: potatoes, cheese, and bacon.

Chili Cheese Burgers

Don't stop at just making chili. Make these mouth-watering chili cheese burgers. Make sure you stock up on napkins!

BLT Dip 

Take a break from the seven layer and try this BLT Dip.

Bacon-Wrapped Jalapeños

Add a bit of kick with of course our favorite, cheese and bacon to your menu. Whenever my dad BBQs, there is always bacon wrapped jalapenos, but adding cheese to brings this dish up a notch.

Slow-Cooker Chipotle-Lime Chicken Wings

Wings are a staple item on every Super Bowl menu. Why not ditch the classic buffalo style wings and try these slow cooker chipotle-lime chicken wings

Bacon Wrapped Tater Tots Bombs

By now, you can tell I'm a firm believer in putting bacon in just about anything. Go ahead and wrap those tots in bacon and wow your guest with a wonderful surprise once they bite into this delicious appetizer.

Garlic Parmesan Fries

Potatoes, garlic and parmesan, you can't go wrong with these ingredients, and they pair well with the wings I hope you'll have on your menu.

Bacon Corn Dip

Bacon, corn, and bacon. Did I mention there's bacon in this dish? There isn't any reason why you shouldn't whip this bacon filled dish.