Our favorite recipes for game-day eats

Our favorite recipes for game-day eats

Football season is upon us, and we at Mother Rucker’s Sweets believe that no watch party is complete without a huge spread of food. The best game-day snacks are simple to serve, can be eaten with one hand and taste delicious hot or room-temp.

Here are a few of our favorite recipes for finger foods and sweet treats that are sure to make your home into game-day headquarters.

Buffalo Chicken Jalapeño Poppers

Creamy, spicy and loaded with chicken, this recipe for Buffalo Chicken Jalapeño Poppers is sure to quash even the biggest appetite that shows up to your party. They’re addicting, so you’ll want to make plenty!

Easy Potato Skins

Game-day menus should be simple to whip up, and this recipe for Potato Skins scores when it comes to being quick and easy. Potatoes, bacon bits and cheese huddle together with butter, sour cream and green onions to make a delicious finger food that will score a touchdown with your buds.

Cheesy Taco Beer Dip

You’ll want to make a boat load of this recipe for Cheesy Taco Beer Dip, because once your friends get started on it, they won’t stop ’till they reach the bottom of the bowl. Cheesy, beefy and spicy, this blend of cheeses, taco seasoning and beer will become one of your favorites anytime you’ve got a team to feed.

Spicy Serrano Guacamole

If you love guacamole — and honestly, who doesn’t? — you’ll want to take one of the all-time best party dips all the way to the end zone with this recipe for Spicy Serrano Guacamole. It’s a fresh, exciting version of an already-delicious dip.

Salty-Sweet Honey Mustard Honey Mustard Party Mix

There’s nothing wrong with breaking open a bag of store-bought party mix, but when you want to raise the bar a little, you’ll want to have this recipe in your back pocket. Sharp, savory and sweet, this recipe for Salty-Sweet Honey Mustard Party Mix doesn’t take a culinary genius to prepare, but your guests will think you’re one anyway.

Reese’s Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Dip

Once everyone has filled up on savory foods, you’ll want to pull out this sweet recipe for the fourth quarter. This dessert dip is best served with a spread of cookies — we suggest choosing a variety of our Cookie Brittle flavors. Your crowd will cheer on this winning pairing!