It’s that time of the year again. That time of year where Sunday’s are sacred and the only clothing option to wear is your team’s jersey. Yes, I’m talking about Football Sundays. So engrained in the American culture, football days even have their own food category. For some great recipe ideas to enjoy while watching the game, try some of these mouth-watering dishes! Happy game day!
Crispy Wonton Mozzarella Sticks
Your beloved mozzarella sticks have gotten an amazing crunchy upgrade thanks to Courtney of NeighborFood. The perfect finger food, Courtney wraps mozzarella sticks with wonton papers and quickly fries them for the perfect crispy exterior that doesn’t fall apart. Get the marinara sauce ready for this delicious appetizer!
Waffle Fry Nachos
Enjoying nachos or perfectly salted french fries is a great game day good, but what if you can enjoy them in one? Thanks to Sara of Dinner at the Zoo, you can! This tasty 2-in-1 dish uses waffle fries as the base and then piles on all the best nacho toppings.
Spinach Artichoke Dip
Is it even game day if you don’t have a good dip to enjoy while watching? Ali from Gimme Some Oven shares her yummy spinach artichoke dip recipe that might even be good enough to eat on its own. Check out this recipe for a go-to dip to serve while watching the game!
Cheddar Jalapeno Cornbread
If you love enjoying a big cup of chili on game day, then make this spicy cornbread from Carrie of Eating on a Dime to have on the side! With the addition of cheddar cheese and jalapeno bits to a classic cornbread mix, this classic chili accoutrement gets a spicy upgrade.
Loaded Tailgate Tots
With a name like tailgate tots, these must be the perfect snack for football Sunday. Des of Life’s Ambrosia creates these loaded tots by adding layers of delicious cheese and bacon! These are a football lover’s dream snack!
Sweet Korean Chicken Wings
Finger. Lickin. Good. Change up your go-to wing recipe and try this sweet and spicy recipe from Nick of Macheesmo. Coating his wings with gochujang and rice wine vinegar make for a sticky exterior that will make you need some serious napkins, but these tasty wings are so worth it. Add this recipe to your Sunday rotation!