Finally, it’s the weekend!! Relax with your family members or friends in your home. Either watching a football match or any gathering activity that you do at home, serve them with scrumptious recipes made by yourself. These party snacks, finger foods, dips and spreads, chilis, desserts, and more will ensure your get together wins the day, regardless of whether your team does.
Mini Italian Meatball Sliders
Put together these miniature Italian meatball sliders for a snack-sized version of everyone’s favorite football-watching sandwich. Scale-up this recipe for as many sandwiches as you need to feed a small group or a whole party. They’re easy enough to assemble, so you can also set out ingredients and let your guests customize their own as the game goes on.
Baked Bacon and Cheddar Chicken Strips
Bacon and cheddar are a match made in football heaven and these easy chicken strips are made for munching during the big game. They’re baked instead of fried, making them a teeny bit healthier, and you can size up the recipe to suit a big crowd. Serve them with a simple Sriracha mayo for top-notch dipping.
Reuben Egg Rolls
This appetizer combines a Chinese take-out favorite with a deli menu standout. Reuben egg rolls have a hearty filling of corned beef, Swiss cheese, and sauerkraut encased in a crispy egg roll wrapper. The Russian dressing dipping sauce is the ideal accompaniment.
These succulent teriyaki meatballs combine your favorite takeout flavors with a snackable shape and they’re simple to toss together for the big game. You can also adapt the recipe for a delicious lunch or dinner or as an appetizer for a fancy meal. Everyone will be asking for the recipe by halftime.
All you need for these addictive deep-fried ravioli is a container of pre-made pasta and some dredging ingredients, plus some warmed marinara for dipping. Use four-cheese ravioli for the best flavor, since the regular cheese kind doesn’t have quite enough flavor.
Beer Cheese Soup
What’s even better than cracking open a cold beer? Combining it with cheese and slurping it up like a soup, of course! This hearty soup will warm you right up on a cold winter day and it’s filling enough to hold you through the whole event. Spice it up a little by adding bacon, hot sauce, or chorizo and serve it in a bread bowl for extra flare.
So you don’t need to worry about what are you going to serve for this weekend. These homemade recipes are completely cover your worry. Just be confident to cook one of the recipes. They will praise your ability to cook!