I am posting this to make you hungry. I'm also posting it because for me, football equals yummy food and we have shared a lot of good recipes on this blog over the years.
Here are some of my favorite recipes, ones perfect for chowing down during the game. Enjoy!
I am not joking, this is in my crockpot right now. You can either cook it overnight for early games, or start it in the morning for a night game. I make it shredded instead of the regular Chicago-style sliced because it makes it much, much more juicy. Mmmmm.
If you're originally from this area, this will take you back home. If you're not and have wanted to visit, you will go nuts over this.
Waffles?! On a game day recipe list? Yes. Top it with breaded chicken (homemade or frozen!) and you've got chicken and waffles.
I'm not just calling it the best to be all clickbaity, I've had readers and friends confirm that this is indeed THE BEST WAFFLE RECIPE they've tried. I agree.
I took your grandma's recipe and gave it a much needed kick in the pants. If you like deviled eggs and just a little bit of heat, you will flip over this recipe.
Shortly after taking a picture of this plate, I ate them all. Okay, maybe I left two for my husband. They're that good.
How can you improve upon buffalo ranch dip? Well, you really can't. I could eat a shoe with this dip slathered on top.
To give it a little twist, I added sriracha and ranch instead of just hot sauce and it was pretty darn amazing.
I wanted to add a drink in here too, but it looks like all I have on our site are these delicious coconut mojitos. Oh, I'm so sorry. I guess you'll just have to make these and tell me how amazing they are.
If you don't drink, there are SUPER easy substitutions in this post for making it non-alcoholic.
I like that this recipe is simple and you likely have the ingredients on hand, that's what makes it the best.