You’ll Score a Big Win With 20 Tailgating Appetizer Recipes
20 Deliciously Easy Tailgating Appetizer Recipes – Creating a Tailgate spread doesn’t get much easier than these delicious and easy Tailgating Appetizer Recipes.
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My favorite time of the year is upon us. Gone is the dog days of summer and in with football season, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas. It’s also the best time for eating! And that all starts with Tailgating!
Below you’ll find the TOP 20 Tailgating Appetizer Recipes that are all delicious and EASY. These are a perfect way to celebrate football season.
So, if you’re looking to indulge in some of the most mouthwatering appetizers to make for football watching, this post is full of delectably easy Tailgating Appetizer Recipes to pick from.
20 Tailgating Appetizer Recipes
Vegetable Pizza Appetizer from Thrifty Northwest Mom
“If you’re looking for a healthier option to bring to a party for the big game, we’ve got a yummy recipe for you that is fast & easy – it will take about 20 minutes to throw it all together and cook it. If you’re cooking for a crowd, you could make two of these easily too to have more servings.”
Instant Pot (or Not) Spicy Cranberry Chicken Drumsticks from I Don’t Have Time For That
“They are a great substitution to satisfy the spicy urge while keeping those calories in check! I also kept our healthier meal plan on track by skipping the chips and picking up celery, carrots, and wheat crackers to serve with our lighter version of buffalo chicken dip (also made in the Instant Pot)!”
Baked Potato Skins from Thrifty Northwestern Mom
“If you’re looking for a party pleasing recipe for your Superbowl party, these easy to make potato skins are always a hit!”
Apricot Gouda Cheeseball from Fabulessly Frugal
Sweet and Spicy Little Smokies Appetizer from New Southern Charm
“This recipe for Sweet and Spicy Little Smokies is seriously good. It has the perfect combination of sweet and savory. It also has a touch of heat that makes this recipe a huge hit with everyone and dangerously addictive.”
‘Knock Your Socks Off’ Tailgate Burgers from 4 Sons R Us
“A rich and oh-so creamy mushroom sauce. Pepper jack cheese. A thick, juicy homemade hamburger patty. All sandwiched between a soft pretzel bun, that’s been spread with a delicious buttery, Worcestershire, poppy seed topping that’s baked right in.”
Baked Parmesan Garlic Chicken Wings from About a Mom
“Baked Parmesan Garlic Chicken Wings are one of my favorite foods to make for home tailgating. Wings never tasted this good before. These finger licking good wings are coated with the perfect blend of Parmesan and herbs, and are perfect for game day!”
Stuffed Mushrooms from All She Cooks
“These Stuffed Mushrooms can be served throughout the year, and are suitable for all sorts of different occasions. Perfect for elegant cocktail parties and fancy holiday meals, yet light enough for bringing to summertime picnics and barbecues. I’ve even made them as a fun side to go with a basic weeknight dinner.”
Bacon and Chive Cheeseball from New Southern Charm
“This appetizer is easy to make and can even be made in advance and stored in the refrigerator overnight. This is perfect if you’re having guests because it will save you time in the kitchen the day of the party.”
Fall Coleslaw from Homemade Interest
“These Honey BBQ boneless wings are topped with a sweet fall coleslaw and sandwiched between two slider buns. Now I know you’re thinking there is no way you’re getting up early enough to make all of that before you head out to go tailgating but that’s the beauty of these tasty little sliders, they take almost no work at all! “
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Dip from Fabulessly Frugal
This creamy chocolate chip goodness is wonderful for an occasional treat or gathering! It really tastes like cookie dough and is super easy to make!
Delicious Roast Beef Sliders from Mom Endeavors
YUM! These sliders are PERFECT for gameday football festivities, parties, or really even just a weeknight meal! And, they’re not only super tasty, but they are SO easy to make! The secret to the added zing of flavor is the glaze on top and the delish, creamy Applewood Smoke Flavored Horseradish from Silver Spring Foods! Mmmmmm!!!
Easy Triscuit Appetizer from Must Have Mom
“This easy TRISCUIT Cracker appetizer is perfect for tailgate parties or game day football food! They are super easy to make and tastes amazing.”
Chicken Sliders from Dear Creatives
Crab Rangoon Dip from I Don’t Have time for That
“If you have never heard of Crab Rangoon Dip before, let me tell you what you have been missing out on! Crab Rangoon Dip is like eating the fried wonton version you order at the Chinese restaurant, without having to do all the work of making them at home! It’s packed full of all the cream cheese, mozzarella cheese, and crab you can handle. And, you can either serve it with tortilla chips or Wonton chips. What more could you ask for?! It’s like the perfect creamy and filling dip, game day or not!”
Chicken Buffalo Dip with Celery from All She Cooks
“Whether you’re cooking up something yummy to take to the game or you’re tailgating in front of your television, our Chicken Buffalo Dip with Celery is the perfect tailgate recipe and one you will want to try.”
Ham and Cheese Sliders from Spaceships and Laserbeams
“These easy homemade ham and cheese sliders are so satisfying. Sweet rolls are layered with ham and cheese before being drizzled in the most delicious honey poppy seed sauce. They’re then baked to perfection. We love this recipe for party appetizers but you can also pop them on the grill at tailgates too.”
Beer Braised Beef Enchiladas from Homemade Interest
“These beef enchiladas are hearty, comfort food wrapped up in delicious flour tortillas and covered in a flavorful red sauce.”
Chicken Chip Sheet Pan Nachos from Spaceships and Laserbeams
“These unique chicken chip nachos are a great twist on classic sheet pan nachos. “
Slow Cooker Dr Pepper Pulled Pork Sliders from Mom Endeavors
“This recipe is SO easy – just a few simple ingredients that you throw in the crock pot, leaving you more time to prep for your watch party (or more time to watch the game)!”