For some of us, tailgating is as much about the food as it as about the game. We've rounded up some of our favorite game day food. Check out our classic tailgate recipes with a twist for even more crowd-pleasing favorites.
Fun to eat, sliders are the perfect game day food. Plan on two or three sliders per guest.
Buffalo chicken sliders are the ultimate mouthwatering, easy-to-make game day bite.
Kids and grown-ups alike will flip for these crispy fried chicken finger sliders.
Does it get any cuter than these mini meatball sliders? This simple recipe includes jarred tomato sauce, store-bought turkey meatballs and rolls from the grocery store bakery. Easy peasy.
Eight hours in the slow cooker makes the filling in these little meat bundles tender and juicy.
Pulled pork, avocado, caramelized onion and Gouda cheese are the stars of this hearty slider.
You can count on mac and cheese being gobbled up by kids of all ages on game day. Serve snack-size mac and cheese in individual tumblers or mac-and-cheese "cups" as seen below.
Sneak in a little healthy fat by blending avocado into your mac and cheese. Lime juice gives it extra zing.
Jalapeño and serrano peppers give this mac-and-cheese recipe some serious heat.
Philly cheesesteak collides with macaroni and cheese in this hearty dish that includes red peppers, onions, mushrooms and steak.
Creamy cheese sauce, pureed poblano peppers and bacon are the ultimate flavor trifecta in this grown-up version of the classic.
Prepare cocktails ahead of time and let guests help themselves to pre-mixed pitchers of tasty libations.
Sex and the City may have made this cocktail famous, but the drink's refreshing flavor has given it serious staying power.
Apple cider and spiced rum turn a traditional summer sip into a new favorite for fall.
Fruit juice brings the sweet while ginger, cinnamon, nutmeg and Thai chilies deliver the spice in this holiday punch.
Save your calories for the chips and dip and go lo-cal with one of these skinny margarita recipes.
Get all the flavor of pumpkin pie without all the work with this boozy pumpkin pie milkshake. Vanilla ice cream + pumpkin pie vodka = yes, please!
Game day calls for plenty of sweet treats, so indulge with one or more of these decadent desserts.
These mini muffin-shaped peanut butter cookies are stuffed with mini Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. Soft, chewy and delicious!
Treat the family to a homemade version of the old-fashioned classic you loved as a kid.
Fill small jars with this rich peanut butter cheesecake mousse and let guests help themselves.
It's probably safe to assume there won't be any campfires at your house on game day, but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy the taste of traditional s'mores.
These cute little desserts on a stick are a healthier and easier alternative to the usual banana split.
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