The best part about any sporting event is undoubtedly the food! Whether you've got a smaller gathering or you're feeding a crowd, I've got you covered. Here are ten of my favorite game day recipes!
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1. Mexican Shredded Chicken Dip
This recipe is ALWAYS a hit. The best part? You can use a rotisserie chicken from the store to make this dip even easier!
2. Fried Bologna Sliders with Pickle Dijonnaise
Your guests will be rethinking their stance on bologna with these sliders! I cannot begin to explain how delicious the combo of fried bologna, melty American cheese, and tangy pickle dijonnaise is, you'll just have to try them! You'll be a bologna convert for sure.
3. Baked Chili Nachos
These nachos are loaded up with beef, chili beans and plenty of cheese. They are perfect for a smaller group!
4. BLT Guacamole
Why have regular guacamole when you can have BLT Guacamole?! If you love bacon (who doesn't?) you'll love this guac with a twist.
5. Mini Green Chile Chicken Quesadillas
A personal favorite of mine! Aside from being cute (look how little they are!), these quesadillas are packed with flavor and easy to make.
6. Vegetarian Cheesy Mushroom Sliders
These cheesy mushroom sliders are ooey, gooey, delicious and vegetarian friendly!
7. Spicy Shrimp and Smashed Avocado Bites
These little cuties are for the seafood lovers! I love bite sized food, especially for parties. The spicy shrimp and creamy avocado on top of a crisp rice cracker make the perfect party bite.
8. Chicago Style Hot Dogs
I would be a bad Chicagoan if I didn't include these on the list! You can't go wrong with a good Chicago dog, and they're easy to serve buffet style.
9. Italian Antipasto Platter
You CANNOT go wrong with an antipasto platter. You just can't. My tip- buy more meats and cheeses than you think you'll need so that you never run out. If you have leftovers, make yourself an Italian sub the next day.
10. Chicken Enchilada Sliders
All your favorite enchilada flavors, dressed up in a slider roll! A few store bought ingredients make these super easy to make.
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