The season is winding down and your team is in the playoffs. And that’s an excellent excuse to get together with friends and family to cheer on your side while sharing tasty eats and a beverage or two. Win or lose, you can enjoy good food, good company, and good times with our easy tips on how to host a game day party.
Tender and flavorful wings in less than 30 minutes? It can be done! All you need to know is how to prepare chicken wings in the electric pressure cooker. With the help of your broiler, they’re crispy and juicy. And you can make them with your favorite sauce, whether it’s Buffalo, barbecue, or something else entirely.
Whether you’re tailgating at home or you need a last minute snack to feed a crowd, baked ham and cheese sliders are super simple to make, and totally flavorful. This recipe is a great way to use up holiday leftovers, too. The onion Worcestershire sauce pops on your taste buds and the melted cheddar is gooey perfection.
This super simple pepperoni bread is perfect for serving as an appetizer on game day, or pair it with salad and pasta for a tasty dinner. This dish features only three ingredients and takes just 30 minutes to make before you stuff it into your mouth. Dunked in marinara sauce, it’s a fun twist on pizza. Get the recipe.
There’s a new meat and starch combo in town: the steak and potato pizza. If you love the classic pairing of steak and potatoes, you are going to flip out when you try your two favorites piled on top of a crunchy, chewy pizza crust. The addition of mozzarella, blue cheese, and rosemary makes it extra special.
These easy, foolproof garlic knots come together in less than 30 minutes. Since they’re prepared with store bought pizza dough, there’s no time spent making dough from scratch. Just shape, brush with homemade garlic oil, and bake until they’re golden on the outside and pillowy-soft on the inside. Get the recipe now.
Are your taste buds begging for Buffalo sauce? Turn to this fiery spin on spaghetti. Savory spice-rubbed chicken breasts are seared, braised in a blazing homemade sauce, shredded, and tossed with tangy blue cheese and oniony scallions. Read more now to add this spicy pasta dish to your list of red-hot recipes.
Grilled Jamaican jerk chicken wings are crispy, bold, and oh-so-memorable. The homemade marinade makes for a fantastic snack or appetizer, whether you are tailgating or simply having an impromptu gathering at your home. They are downright mouthwatering with just the right amount of spice. Get the recipe now.
If you love to serve up wings for game day or big gatherings, you need to know how to break down whole chicken wings. This time, you can save yourself some money by buying the whole chicken wings and breaking them down into pieces yourself. It’s very easy to do, so don’t be intimidated. We’ll teach you how – read more.
There’s nothing like the comforting warmth of tasty mini mac and cheese bites fresh out of the oven. The dish that you grew up with is turned into a homemade masterpiece that you can hold in the palm of your hand. It’s ideal for parties and gatherings, whether it’s served as an appetizer or a snack. Get the recipe now.
Sweet and tangy meatballs are a classic party appetizer. But do you know how to make them at home? Keep this recipe in your back pocket for your next big gathering, whether it’s a backyard barbecue or a tailgating get-together. Make them in the oven or the slow cooker for easy party prep. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
Homemade pizza pockets have never been more mouthwateringly tasty, and you can customize these in any way you want. Filled with your favorite toppings, these snacks are so easy to make. And they can easily be stored in your freezer for whenever the mood strikes to enjoy a hot and tasty snack. Get the recipe now.