Football tailgating is just right around the corner as summer nears a close in the next month and a half. Plan your tailgating party by getting your menu together now. Your friends and family will thank you later, for the careful planning of your scrumptious tailgating menu options.
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Something about scrumptious pulled pork on slider buns topped with crunchy coleslaw brings out the tailgating vibes. The homemade barbecue sauce combined with the bottle of beer added while cooking enhances the flavor of the Boston pork butt.
Prepare Anne Burrell’s Pulled Pork Sliders the night before in a slow cooker. Hook it up to a power source while tailgating. Bring your favorite pre-made coleslaw in your cooler or make your favorite homemade recipe.
Build your sliders when everyone is ready to eat. They taste delicious with or without the coleslaw depending on your family’s taste preference.
Small finger foods are great for tailgating so you can keep an eye on the game whilst fueling up for all the cheering you’ll be doing for your team!
The Come-‘n’-Get-It Sampler Platter from Mr. Food Test Kitchen is just what your next tailgating event needs! It combines ready-made frozen foods from various brands. It has meatballs, pierogies, chicken potstickers, jumbo coconut shrimp, chicken tenders, and mozzarella sticks on one platter for your guests’ enjoyment.
If you prefer, you can make some of the appetizers with your favorite homemade recipe, but this will involve more prep time the night before your tailgating event.
Be sure to make plenty of these pigs in a blanket! These are small, pillowy, meaty tastes of heaven that can easily be the first thing to go at a tailgating party. Who can blame anyone though? They are that delicious and highly convenient to eat so you don’t miss anything while watching the game!
All you need are cocktail-sized sausage links, pre-made crescent roll dough, and an egg to make the base recipe. Try one of the three dipping sauce recipes listed with the pigs in a blanket recipe or use a favorite homemade or store-bought dipping sauce you already have!
Coat the buffalo wings as directed from this Natasha’s Kitchen recipe. Bake them for 50 minutes in an oven at 450 degrees Fahrenheit. Flip them at the 25-minute mark.
Let them cool a bit on a wire cooling rack. Toss in your favorite pre-bottled or homemade buffalo sauce. Serve with a cup of blue cheese and crunchy celery sticks. You can even add these wings to the Sampler Platter if you try it out!
Bring your tailgating festivities altogether with a delicious themed dessert: Betty Crocker’s Football Brownies.
Bake the Betty Crocker brownie mix as directed on the box. Let the brownies cool once they are done baking. Ice with Betty Crocker chocolate icing. Cut the iced brownies using a football-shaped cookie cutter.
Use a small white icing tube to add the football laces as the final detail and touches. Keep them refrigerated until it’s close to serving time so that the icing does not melt and smear during transport.
Whether you like tailgating for baseball season, football season, soccer season, or all of them, we hope that one or more of these recipes has inspired the menu for your next tailgating occasion. Let us know which of these recipes is your favorite or if you have a different traditional dish that you serve up at your tailgates!