10 Crowd-Pleasing Game Night Recipes

10 Crowd-Pleasing Game Night Recipes

The best thing about a soccer watch party is the game, but a close second is the food. The best watch party snacks are cheesy, garlicky, and a little bit messy. Need some inspiration? Here are 10 crowd-pleasing game night recipes that are sure to score!

1. Soccer Field Guacamole Dip

Impress your guests with this fun and creative dip! This recipe by Creative Healthy Family calls for beans, cheese, sour cream, and veggies.

 

Soccer field guacamole dip

 

2. Soccer Ball Stenciled Cream Cheese

Another dip that’s sure to wow everyone at the party! This recipe from the Food Network calls for flavored cream cheese, poppy seeds, and a soccer ball stencil.

 

Soccer ball stenciled cream cheese

 

3. Garlic Knots

Slathered in butter and garlic, these garlic knots look amazing and addictive. This recipe from Delish claims to be quick and easy, sighting the total cook time as only 35 minutes!

 

Garlic knots

 

4. Pigs in a Blanket

Insanely easy to prepare with two main ingredients, these tiny sausages wrapped in warm, buttery bread dough look impossible to resist. This recipe from The Pioneer Women lists the total cook time as only 25 minutes!

 

Pigs in a blanket

 

5. BBQ Chicken Pizza

Everybody loves pizza, and BBQ chicken is a classic topping combo. Check out this financially friendly recipe by Budget Bytes.

 

BBQ chicken pizza

 

6. Southwestern Cheeseburger Sliders

These sliders are jazzed up with Southwestern spices, jalapeños, and Jack cheese. According to Once Upon a Chef, they’re huge crowd pleasers.

 

Southwestern cheeseburger sliders

 

7. Cauliflower Buffalo Wings

Don’t forget about your guests with dietary restrictions! An ideal alternative to chicken, these cauliflower buffalo wings by Everyday Dishes are a yummy snack that everyone will be sure to enjoy.

 

Cauliflower buffalo wings

 

8. Vegan Chili

This chili starts with a few different whole dried chiles, toasted and blended together, then fried with vegan ground meat and other aromatics to form the complex backbone of this stew! Along with tomatoes and kidney beans, J. Kenji López-Alt likes to add some soy sauce (for umami depth), cider vinegar (for acidity and brightness), and a shot of hard liquor.

 

Vegan chili

 

9. Blue Cheese Stuffed Buffalo Chicken Meatballs

When Rosalynn Daniels makes these blue cheese stuffed buffalo chicken meatballs, they’re devoured in minutes. Serve them on sandwiches or for individual consumption – the choice is yours!

 

Blue cheese stuffed buffalo chicken meatballs

 

10. Slow Cooker Mac & Cheese

This Slow Cooker Mac & Cheese by Savory Spicerack is cheesy and creamy. And it’s a winner because it frees up your oven for other things you need to cook!

 

Slow cooker mac & cheese

 

 

Looking for more game night eats inspo?

Visit our Game Night Snacks Pinterest board for more ideas!

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