Football Season Party Food & Drinks: Weekend Roundup!

Football season is about to kick off! Which means it’s also time to plan what scrumptious food and refreshing drinks to serve at all those upcoming game-watching parties. So this roundup of posts we spotted this past week is just what you need to get the ideas going. From sandwiches and sliders to an entire football snack station, we’ve got you covered!

Football Party Fare: Snacks, Sandwiches, Dessert

Score points with your party guests with these winning ideas!

Football party snacks and appetizers! #footballpartyfood

1 – Mini Sandwiches with Football Toppers from Pixie Bear
Simply layer kale, tomato and cheese atop baguette slices—and trim with a football printable.

2 – Tailgate Party Food Buffet from Homespun Hostess
For an easy self-serve station, lay out chili with all the fixin’s, hot dogs, chili cheese dogs, Chicago mix (cheese and caramel) popcorn, ham and cheese hoagies, and salami subs. (Note: This link leads to a great Tailgate Birthday Party for a pre-teen. Check out all the themed ideas!)

3 – Sparkling Rum Mojito from All She Cooks
Cheering is hard work! Offer guests these thirst-quenching mojitos made with rum, sparkling water, lime, sugar, and mint leaves for garnish.

4 – Hershey’s® S’mores Parfait from Divine Lifestyle
Get a little fancy with the dessert. Try out this recipe that layers homemade chocolate ganache with a topping of homemade marshmallow (bruleed with a torch), and squares of chocolate as garnish!

5 – Slow Cooker Buffalo Chicken Sliders from Penney Lane (as seen on I Heart Naptime)
Just imagine the flavor contrasts in these buns filled with spicy tender chicken and refreshing crisp coleslaw!

For more delish football party snacks and appetizers, visit these posts:

10 Winning Appetizers for Your Super Bowl Tailgate Party
Stylish Super Bowl Party Ideas to Kick-off a Fun-filled Party
Super Bowl Party Snacks and Starters with a Gourmet Twist

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