These corn tortillas are layered, not rolled, for a fresh-tasting feast your party guests will go wild for.
Slow Cooker Turkey Chili
Invite the gang over to chow down a big bowl of hearty turkey chili. Serve with a dollop of sour cream, Mexican-style cheese, and cilantro.
Thin Crust Mini Pepperoni Pizzas
Pepperoni is to pizza like cleats to a football field: necessary. This appetizing dish takes just 15 minutes to make.
Teriyaki-Glazed Chicken Wings
Kick off the party with the teriyaki-glazed wings seasoned with ginger, garlic, and scallions. Serve with the easiest-ever dipping sauce: teriyaki glaze mixed with honey.
Get the recipe for Teriyaki-Glazed Chicken Wings
Chipotle 'n' Cheese Sliders
Everything about football is huge—377 NFL players topped 300 pounds in the 2010 season—but your party dishes don’t have to be. Case in point: These burgers may be mini, but they are big on taste.
Spicy Baked Eggplant
Eggplant seasoned with oregano and cayenne pepper is fried then baked to bubbly perfection in a layered casserole of tomato sauce and melty mozzarella cheese. It's the perfect potluck dish or weeknight family meal
These spicy meatballs need only a squeeze of lime juice to bring out their meaty richness. Chipotle, crumbled bacon, and a hint of cumin make them unforgettable.
Nachos are a perfect game day nosh. This recipe calls for shrimp, and if you include them, prepare your shrimp before kickoff, and assemble small batches of nachos during the game so you can serve them warm.
Get the recipe for Super-Duper Nachos
These small sandwiches are the perfect snack for Sunday—or any day!—games.
Spicy Onion Rings
Add some kick to your kickoff party with these beer-battered onion rings from celebrity chef Cat Cora.
Here's a fun, casserole-style take on a tried-and-true favorite. Set out the dish on a hot plate and let your guests dig in.
Chili for Any Crowd
When choosing chopped meat for chili, you’ll find that beef chuck adds great flavor, and you never can have too many spices. You also could try a vegetarian-friendly version. Either way, lemon juice brightens all the tastes!
Buffalo Chicken Fingers with Blue Cheese Dip
Wings are the ultimate game day eats, and we've got the ultimate easy recipe to whip them up.
Hot Cumin-Scented Potato Chips with Blue Cheese Sauce
Celebrity chef Bobby Flay dishes up a new twist on a favorite game-day snack.
Granny Smith Guacamole
We promise, there's nothing granny about this guac. Hot pepper sauce and fresh cilantro ensure a lively flavor.
Pigs in a Blanket
A day of pigskin calls for some pigs in a blanket. This two-ingredient recipe will have you kicking off the party in no time.
Easy Pepperoni Bread
It's so easy, you don't even have to measure anything!
First Down Baby Back Ribs
These baby backs cook in a smoky, chili-flavored BBQ sauce, which works well with just about any other appetizer on the menu that day.
Herbed Parmesan Popcorn
Fancy up a traditional game day snack like popcorn by adding some simple spices.
Prepare and refrigerate the ingredients ahead of time, then combine them shortly before serving. The recipe is easily doubled.
Cuban Sandwich Crostini
These crostini bites, cooked up by Bobby Flay, are a twist on the traditional Cuban sandwich. The Latin flair of these bite-sized interpretations are sure to kick off the action at your next game day gathering.