We are football fans at my house! Last weekend was filled with playoff games and lots of excitement. That can only mean one thing..there must be game day snacks.
It is easy to fix a table full of appetizers when you are having a large crowd over, but a little more challenging when you are fixing game day snacks for 2. For my downsized cooking post this week, I want to share some ideas for the snacks we had.
Since there were 4 games to be watched this weekend, I got busy on Saturday morning and made enough to have all weekend. You need a good variety of finger foods.
I also used my mini cast iron skillets and my small ramekins to make some of the dishes. I enjoy having a variety of snacks throughout the weekend but do not want to end up with a lot to throw out when the games are over.
I did the downsized version of a cheese tray, vegetable tray, and small crockpot of meatballs in bbq sauce.
Mini crustless quiche bites are my husband’s favorite.
[yumprint-recipe id=’50’]A game day snack table must have some type of sandwich so I fixed Roast Beef Onion and Chive Mini Paninis.
Turkey-Swiss-Spinach roll-ups fit the sandwich requirement.
Baked Chicken Enchilada Dip meets the hot dip rule.
[yumprint-recipe id=’52’]I used 1 refrigerated crescent dough sheet to create 2 more snacks.
I made this recipe using 1/2 of a crescent dough sheet, 4 oz cream cheese and 3 Tablespoons of Hidden Valley Ranch seasoning from package, 2 Tablespoons sour cream, about 2 cups chopped veggies and 1/2 cup shredded cheese.
Asparagus-Ham and Brie Crescent Bites.
Creating a game day party for 2 makes watching the football games so much more exciting. I will share more ideas as we get closer to the Super Bowl.
12 thoughts on “GAME DAY SNACKS FOR 2”
All looks great, Pam.
Thank you Pat…it was a Steelers set up but now I guess I need to pack that stuff away…sad..
It looks delicious! I LOVE your vegetable pizza!
Thanks Mandee..I just made a fourth of the veg pizza recipe that is everyplace. It was plenty enough for Bob and I to eat a few times. I love retro recipes.
For me, it’s the planning that’s the hardest! – what goes together and what makes a nice variety – you did all the hard work for us!
We usually have a family party on Super Bowl Sunday, but for the regular games in between, this looks like an easily portable spread to drop off at a house for adult kids to enjoy with the grands – while you and grandpa eat the second half at home – in peace!
Love your way of thinking! Thank you
What a feast! I am not a sports fan but that won’t stop me from trying some of these recipes! The kids gave me a panini press for Christmas so I’m checking that one out first!
Thank you. I love every kind of sandwich done on the panini pan.
The chicken enchilada dip looks delicious. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you so much Joy.
Oh, yum, yum, yum!
Kelly Ripa had these game day recipes on today. Looked soooo good! http://dadt.com/live/recipes.html
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