Thanks to our regular contributor Kristy from Mommy Hates Cooking for this fun post on ideas for tailgating food.
Top 8 Tailgate Recipes
It is that time of year again, my favorite time of year actually. Not necessarily because of the tailgating, but this is the time of year when it’s finally cool enough in Oklahoma to go outside. On top of that, football is a family pastime in Oklahoma. From the big OU vs. Texas rivalries to our local high school rivalries, either way tailgating is likely to be done.
In order to have a successful tailgating party, you need to be well equipped with recipes.
Top 8 Tailgating Recipes
#1- Slow Cooker Pulled Pork – This pulled pork just needs to be topped over a bun with a little bit of dill and you have a sure favorite for your tailgate party.
#2- Guy Fieri Chili Dogs – If you really want to create a crowd pleaser, try these chili dogs. They are the perfect combination of tailgating food and comfort food.
#3- Donna’s Dill Dip – This dip is so good it should be required at all parties! This dip can be served with pumpernickel bread, chips, and veggies.
#4- Crab Football Spread – For those that love seafood here is a good please. A spread shaped like a football? What could say tailgating more?
#5- Best Wings – Wings are a given, they are a staple at all tailgate parties.
#6- Football Cupcakes – Impress your guest with these simple cupcakes that you can even add your favorite team colors too just get creative!
#7- Seasoned Pretzels – These are an irresistible snack food, they may look like regular pretzels until you eat one and suddenly the entire bowl is missing!
#8- Affordable Recipes – If you need recipes that won’t break the bank, check out this great list!
These are my top picks for the best tailgate parties. What is on your list?
Kristy Still is the creator of Mommy Hates Cooking, wife to a loving husband and mother to an energy filled toddler. She realized after her son was born that her cooking skills were going to have to go up a notch to keep healthy food on the table for her family. There was only one problem, she hates cooking. She ended up making the decision to start her own blog as an attempt to find motivation and share her trials with others. To learn more about Kristy be sure to check out her featured foodie profile on RecipeLion.