Game Day Party Food Ideas

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If you’re hosting a party this year for the big game, it’s time to get ready! In my opinion, the most important thing (other than the game) is the food! Here are my some awesome Game Day party food ideas!

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Game Day Party Food Ideas

Serving food for a Game Day Party is a little different than your typical party. Here are my tips to keep everyone happy!

1. Serve foods that can be eaten without utensils.
This makes it easier for people to eat without a table. Some entree ideas include sandwiches, burgers, hot dogs, chicken wings and pizza. Great ideas for snacks include chips and dips, vegetable trays, crackers, fruit and cookies.

2. Keep your serving area near the TV.
No one likes to miss the plays (or even the commercials) while they’re grabbing more to eat.

3. Keep it fresh
Rather the putting everything out at the beginning of the game, try bringing out a new snack for every quarter. It will prevent cool or warmed foods from sitting out too long and provides something new for your guests.

4. Have plenty of seating near the TV.
Most people while take a seat while they are eating. So, you’ll want to have enough seats for everyone to relax, snack and watch the game.

What I’m Serving

Here’s all the information about what I’m serving, so you can add it to your menu! Keep reading for some special discounts!

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BIG AZ Sandwiches

About the Brand
A BIG AZ lunch Sandwich is over a half a pound of hot food loaded with fresh and juicy crave-able flavor! BIG AZ brand guarantees quality and fresh flavor in every BIG AZ bite. Find them at your local convenience store and heat in just minutes!

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For a spicy kick, try the Kickin’ Jalapeno Burger!

For the kids, you can go classic with the BIG AZ Cheeseburger. These are so big that my kids are able to share one.

Garden of Eatin’ Tortilla Chips
Garden of Eatin’ is the original non-GMO organic corn tortilla chip brand. For over 40 years it has handcrafted great tasting snack options made with organic, garden-inspired ingredients. Garden of Eatinโ€™ยฎ introduces USDA organic boldly seasoned corn tortilla chips in Nacho and Ranch that are sure to be a hit with your Big Game crowd! These tortilla chips just showed up and my local store and are sure to become a regular snack food at our place!

Better Bean Co Dip and Garden of Eatin Chips

Better Bean Co Dips

About the Brand
Better Beans are free of top allergens. They’re vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, Non-GMO Project Verified, and BPA-Free. Best of all, Better Beans are soaked & prepared for easy digestion! You can open and eat straight from the tub with a spoon or dip your favorite chips! For more serving ideas, try mixing with salsa, sour cream, avocado for a quick, easy dip or spooning into quesadillas, burritos and all your fresh mex faves!

We tried the Roasted Chipotle Red Beans, which had a great kick. And, the Skillet Refried Red Beans were a favorite of my kids.

Follow the link for a downloadable Buy One Get One Free Coupon, store finder & game-day recipes!

Full Sail Brewery Session Premium Lager

About the Brand
The original Session is a classic, all-malt lager thatโ€™s crisp, smooth, and refreshing. Full Sail Brewery Session Premium Lager is a beer that truly crosses boundaries, from blue collar to white, red state to blue, cocktail bar to bar-be-que. The cool retro bottles are easy to drink and the perfect size for hosting!

Game Day Party Decor and Presentation

I like to have themed tableware any time I host a football party. This time, I’m using these paper plates, napkins and cups from Amazon.

Game Day Party Ideas for the Kids

If you need to keep kids busy at the party, please check out my post about fun football food and activity ideas for kids!

Game Day ideas for kids

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