Are you ready for some football?
Pigskin season is a time for food and fun, so it is only right that we share some tailgating recipe ideas that are perfect for game time. There is something about prepping for the game while enjoying some yummy eats with a side of trash talking to your competitors and foes.
These tailgating recipe ideas are flavorful, festive, and will make any tailgating event one to remember. You will want to make these recipes again and again.
Feast your eyes on our compilation of 10 Tailgating Recipes for Game Time!
Who can say no to meatballs? Put them on bread with some sauce and cheese, and they are an amazing finger food for the game. Get the complete recipe HERE and then thank us later.
Ree Drummond from The Pioneer Woman never disappoints—and neither do nachos. These flavorful chips are topped with beef brisket to make them flavorful and a crowd favorite. Learn how to make them HERE.
Grilled Hotdogs with the Works
This is one tailgating treats kids young and old will love. Get the recipe.
Sticky Onion Chicken Wings
Chicken. Wings. Need we say more? Recipe HERE.
Grilled Skirt Steak with Green Sriracha
Skirt steak is a crowd-pleaser and can be made with quickly and in quantity. The green sriracha sauce gives it a kick and complements any game time activities. You will want to bookmark this recipe.
Philly Cheese Steak Pizzas
This recipe had us at hello. And it will make you a happy camper no matter what the score turns out to be. Full recipe HERE.
Hellfire Club Bloody Mary
Tailgating requires libations of the adult variety, and a spicy Bloody Mary is a fabulous way to get started on game day. For 21 and up! Recipe HERE.
Sweet eat treats for the crowd is of most importance. Add chocolate to the mix and everyone will want to devour ’em! Easy to make! Get the recipe HERE.
Loaded Sweet Potato Skins with Pecans
What do you get when you add slow cooked chicken with bacon and pecans stuffed in sweet potato skins? A masterpiece. This recipe from American Pecans is one that you will want to use each and every time you tailgate. Click HERE for the recipe.
Chili Con Carne
An old school favorite is always a must on a tailgating menu. Slow cook it overnight for a result that cannot and will not be beat. Get the full recipe HERE.
Game day is best when you are able to pre-game with some good eats. We hope that our list of 10 Tailgating Recipes for Game Time helps you create some memorable fun for you and yours.