These sweet and tangy cocktail meatballs are a huge hit on gameday. This recipe is very easy to double, so if you’re really serving a crowd there will be plenty.
Pinwheels stuffed with a cheesy onion mixture make for a really yummy appetizer. These are easy to make and even easier to eat, your friends will love them!
Spicy jalapeños stuffed with cheesy goodness and topped with bacon. These are really easy and really delicious. This recipes yields a huge batch, perfect for hosting a crowd.
These taste just like Jalapeño poppers, but they are much easier to make. This is another recipe that we recommend doubling, they will disappear quickly.
The best recipe for traditional deviled eggs, and this recipe makes enough to serve a crowd. Make these the day before to save time!
All of the delicious flavors of a BLT – most importantly, bacon – stuffed into sweet cherry tomatoes.
This is an excellent appetizer, full of flavor. Creamy goodness surrounds tender roast beef, with a kick of horseradish to finish it off. Try using different flavored tortillas to mix it up.
Mushrooms stuffed with this cheesy, garlicky ricotta filling are full of flavor. Double this recipe if you’re hosting a crowd.
These are a cinch to throw together and since they’re baked (not fried) they’re easy to cook, no greasy mess. This recipe yields a lot, so we recommend offering various dipping sauces to enjoy these bite size treats.
Savory bacon and a tangy barbecue sauce go together perfectly, and the crispy crunch of the water chestnuts makes this a fan favorite appetizer.
Make this the best Super Bowl ever with these delicious appetizer and dip recipes.
This is the easiest way to enjoy delicious BBQ chicken sliders. Use your favorit BBQ sauce and serve with cole slaw and baked beans.
These are seriously the most delicious way to eat buffalo chicken. A melt-in-your-mouth meatball that’s full of flavor, it’s an easy appetizer for your next tailgate.
“Crab cakes and Football… that’s what Maryland does.” And that’s what you should do too… serve up these delicious crab cakes at your next football party!
The sweetness you love of crispy peanut brittle, but with the delicious flavors of bacon. It’s a sweet and salty treat that everyone will love.
Hush puppies, which are sort of like cornmeal fritters, are a Southern staple. Traditionally, they are served along side of fried chicken or fish, or with any barbecued meat.
This sweet treat is named for the 2012 Heisman winner, Johnny Manziel, who is also know for dressing up as Scooby Doo this past Halloween. Chocolate, peanut butter Chex mix, coated in powdered sugar is an easy and sweet snack to have on hand.
The perfect combination of popcorn, peanuts, and caramel… this is a very simple do-it-yourself recipe for Cracker Jack.
Fritters made from grits, loaded with bacon and cheddar cheese. These are so easy to make, and even easier to eat. You should probably double the recipe for get-togethers.
The perfect snack for any type of get together, these flavorful bites are so addicting. Feel free to add additional seasonings, depending on your specific tastes.