OVER 25 Football Food Recipes (that won’t bust your budget)
The weather is cooling down and school is back in session, which means one important thing: football season is back! If you’re looking for some recipe ideas for game day that are quick, easy, and delicious, here are a few of our favorite football food recipes.
Football Food recipes that won’t bust your budget.
11 Game Day Appetizers You will love.
We have the best game day appetizers for you to try.
The best part about this recipe is the kids can help make them and love it. They get to get messy in the kitchen and are proud of their final result.
2. Pizza Dip
This tasty Pizza Dip makes a warm, gooey and delicious dip that is just as easy to throw together as it is yummy.
Everyone loves pizza, so it only makes sense to combine it with the classic party dish: a cheeseball.
4. Bacon Wrapped Chicken Bites from Passion for Savings
Just because you’re snacking doesn’t mean you can’t have meat involved. Combine chicken and bacon for an easy to eat snack!
5. Loaded Ranch Dip from Dessert Now Dinner Later
This dip have all of the flavor of a loaded baked potato and is the perfect snack for game day.
If you have a bacon fan in your house, this is the appetizer for them.
This recipe is frugal to make and easy to whip up in a hurry for a crowd.
8. Pizza Bombs
These bite sized snacks resembled dinner rolls, until you bite into them.
If you want to munch on something sweet during the game, these bites are satisfying and healthy.
This snack is salty, gooey, AND sweet. There’s something for everyone to love.
11. Buffalo Chicken Monkey Bread from I Wash You Dry
This savory twist on monkey bread will impress all of your guests.
Game Day Meals:
I am so excited about this Pizza Grilled Cheese Sandwich recipe! As fancy as it sounds, it only has 4 ingredients and takes only about 10 minutes to make.
Spice up pizza night with this recipe for biscuit pizzas.
3. Easy Meatball Sliders from Homemade Interest
This dish is easy to prepare but is really filling for guests.
This recipe is quick and easy, as well as easy on the wallet.
I love this recipe because you don’t have to serve it in a bowl or on a plate.
This recipe involves many ingredients that you likely already have in your pantry and dumping them into your Crockpot. So simple!
7. Mini Taco Bowls from Passion for Savings
Your guests will have a lot of fun making their own taco bowls.
This Crockpot recipe only requires three ingredients, and it is so delicious!
Get warmed up on a fall day with this recipe.
10. Philly Cheesesteak Sliders from Homemade Interest
Thinly sliced steak meat cooked with peppers and onions, and covered in provolone cheese, all served on a soft King’s Hawaiian roll. There is no way you can go wrong with these!
I came up with this recipe on accident. I just started throwing things in the Crockpot on a day we had the cold spell and it turned out great!
Now if you are still afraid to go all ground turkey then double this recipe and cook with 1 pound ground turkey and one pound lean ground beef. The ground turkey will take on the flavor of the beef, so your family will never notice. That is an easy way to save some money without your family even noticing.
This White Chicken Taco Chili recipe will go perfectly with some quesadillas or some tortilla chips if you want to jazz it up a notch for company.
14. Cheeseburger Egg Rolls from The 36th Avenue
Impress your guests with this unique meal!
Ok, so we have over 2o delicious football food recipes for you to enjoy (that won’t break the bank). So now that football season is starting, try some of these frugal recipes and come back and let us know which ones you love.