Serves 4 to 6 tailgaters
"A recipe that travels well [and] tastes great is bacon wrapped jalapeño poppers," says Dave Lamm of TailgatingIdeas.com. "It is a really simple recipe of fresh jalapeño peppers, cream cheese, garlic and bacon."
Note: These can easily be put together the night prior to the tailgating party and frozen overnight. Take them out of the freezer on your way out the door and let them defrost on your way to the parking lot.
"My husband and I are huge NFL Jacksonville Jaguars' fans and we tailgate with about 20 friends in the stadium for home games," says Carrie McLaren. "I love making sausage, egg and cheese breakfast muffins at home and taking them to our tailgating spot. They travel well and are the perfect food to have while setting up our tailgating gear!"
Tuna is a good alternative to beef because it is easier to transport. For instance, StarKist Flavor Fresh Pouch® is contained in such a way that you don't have to worry about the food's safety; these pouches are also easy to open (no can opener!) and no draining is required.
This recipe, courtesy of Riva Farrell, puts a fun twist on a classic tailgating recipe.
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