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Are you ready for some Football Finger Food Party ideas?! When two loves combine, like football and finger food, you can’t help but smile and lick your lips.
Watching the game with finger foods on the menu, it doesn’t get much better than that. Whether it’s Sunday, Monday, Thursday, or Saturday, I’ve got a deliciously amazing Football Finger Food Party you can throw together in less than an hour!
On the menu for this Football Finger Food Party are Tyson® Honey BBQ Chicken Tacos, Tyson® Wings NEW Tequila Lime flavor with Lime Ranch Dipping Sauce, Hot Pepper Salami Stacks with Galileo® Salame, and State Fair® Mini Corn Dogs Tator Sticks. You’re drooling, aren’t you?
Serving up this delicious and fun spread is made easy, and under an hour, with Tyson® products! With Tyson® Boneless Wyngz Honey BBQ (3lbs), Tyson® Wings (5 lbs) NEW Tequila Lime flavor, and State Fair® Mini Corn Dogs (65ct), you can throw an amazing football playoff party without spending all day in the kitchen.
You can find them all at Sam’s Club, in the freezer aisle, so you can jump right into this menu! The Galileo® Salame I used, you can find near the meat department. Now, let’s get to that yummy food!
Honey BBQ Chicken Tacos
To make the Tyson® Honey BBQ Chicken Tacos you will need the following ingredients:
- Tyson® Boneless Wyngz Honey BBQ flavor
- 1 Package of Small Tortillas (the ones I used were for street tacos)
- 1 Package of Shredded Mexican Cheese
- 2 Cups of Coleslaw
First, place two Tyson® Boneless Wyngz into the taco shell. For the bigger pieces, you can cut them in half so they fit in the taco shell better. Top them with a spoonful of shredded cheese, and a spoonful of coleslaw.
Plate up your Tyson® Honey BBQ Chicken Tacos so guests can grab and munch during the football game. If you aren’t sure if everyone likes coleslaw, leave that in a bowl on the side and let them add it if they’d like.
Lime Ranch Dip for Tyson®
Tequila Lime Chicken Wings
If there is one thing every Football Finger Food Party should have, it’s Tyson® NEW Tequila Lime Chicken Wings. Everyone from myself to my husband, to my mom, to my son were seriously impressed by the flavor of these wings! You really don’t even need this Lime Ranch Dip, but it’s a deliciously easy companion to the wings.
- 1 1/2 Cups Sour Cream
- 1 Package Dry Ranch Dressing Mix
- Fresh Lime Juice from one lime.
Simply mix the sour cream and ranch mix together, then squeeze in the fresh lime juice. This Lime Ranch Dip smells amazing and tastes just as good.
Spoon the dip into a bowl, and place it in the middle of a plate surrounded by Tyson® Wings Tequila Lime flavored. Done and done on that football finger food.
Meat and Cheese Tray
with Hot Pepper Jelly
A meat and cheese tray is a must on football game days. Crackers, white cheddar cheese, hot pepper jelly, and Galileo® Salame are a touchdown for this tray. A variety of football finger food combinations all in one, including Hot Pepper Salame Stacks!
Simply take a cracker and top it with a piece of Galileo® Salame folded in half, a piece of white cheddar cheese, and a dollop of Hot Pepper Jelly. SO so good!
State Fair® Mini Corn Dog
If you want fun football finger food for all ages, these State Fair® Mini Corn Dog Tator Sticks are it! Not only are the State Fair® Mini Corn Dogs great to serve by themselves at parties, but they are also fun to combine with tater tots on a stick.
Simply cook the State Fair® Mini Corn Dogs and tater tots, then slide them onto a cake pop stick. Alternate between the two so guests can enjoy a mini meal on a stick.
When you’re done, stick them in a football mason jar that you can quickly make using brown spray paint and white electrical tape!
You can’t have a Football Finger Food Party without foam fingers for the guests! Toss them out on the table and let the fun begin.
When it comes to football finger food, what are your favorites?