Slip on your favorite team’s jersey, because football season is finally back and we can’t wait to host our first watch party of the season! Whether you’re feeding a crowd of youngsters or kicking it with your closest friends, these five exemplary game day dishes will satisfy any palate. Now that’s what we call a win!
The perfect nachos require three key components: a sturdy rimmed baking sheet, thick corn chips, and hand-shredded cheese. This recipe from Goodtaste is a great base; from there, feel free to go wild with toppings!
The beauty of this recipe from Better Homes & Gardens is how hands-off it is. Simply add the ingredients to a slow cooker or pressure cooker, depending on the amount of time you have before guests arrive, and allow people to build their own sliders by serving the pork right out of the pot!
Take a cue from Nashville and serve your next round of chicken wings with a bit of heat! Our recipe calls for making your own hot honey from scratch, but you can easily find hot honey in most grocery stores and online.
Damn Delicious’s peppery, flavor-packed pot stickers can serve as a hearty app, a healthy snack, or even the main course! Make more than you think you’ll need—leftovers freeze well.
No game day spread is complete without a sweet bite for dessert. This chocolatey, peanut buttery concoction from Show Me the Yummy is fun to assemble—get your whole group involved in the shaking and stirring process during halftime—and a great make-ahead option. Don’t forget to let the chocolate and peanut butter cool a bit before adding the powdered sugar.