Looking for some appetizers that will delight and impress to serve on game day? If you're having a little get-together with friends and family, then serve these!
—This post is courtesy of DIY Ready. (Original publish date February 1, 2016), Shared with permission—
Cheer on your team in style with these 20 Appetizers For The Big Game!
Get in the game day spirit with these fancy tailgating recipes.
Game day is never complete without a tailgate party. It’s the next best thing to the game itself.
We’ve got the best tailgating recipes that will make your party something to remember. We’ve rounded up the finger foods, chilies, wings, desserts and booze recipes. You can’t go wrong with these ideas.
20 Fancy Recipes For Your Next Tailgate
1. Thick & Hearty Chili Recipe
“Next to jazz music, there is nothing that lifts the spirit and strengthens the soul more than a good bowl of chili.” – Harry James
Smart words from Harry James and something that we certainly agree with. If you’re looking for an easy chili recipe to make, here’s the one for you. Check out the uplifting chili recipe here.
2. Baked Cheese Dip
We love cheese. This easy appetizer recipe will be the perfect dip for corn chips, crackers or bagel chips. It doesn’t get cheesier than this. Get the full recipe here.
3. Beef Brisket Chili
The best chili recipe is the one that will satisfy you craving. It’s the cross of chili and beef stew, it doesn’t get better than this. Get the recipe here.
4. Artichoke and Bacon Dip
If you’re serving pita chips, this is the perfect dip to match it. This easy appetizer recipe will be a hit. Check the recipe here.
5. Quick Ragu-Stuffed Bell Peppers
If you love stuffing bell peppers like we do, you’ll be in for a treat. Make this recipe with left-over ragu. Get the step by step instructions here.
Want the rest? Head over to DIY Ready for the complete appetizer list next time you're homesteading!
Do you think you'll be trying these tailgating recipes? Let us know how it went below in the comments!
funny shooter 2 says
That is really cool. In terms of its consistency, are you able to crumble it if, for instance, you want to use it on pizza, or is it better to slice it?