It’s almost time for March Madness, so you have a lot of basketball on the horizon. While you could watch the games alone, it’s even more fun with friends. Of course, you need to feed your buddies, so coming up with a menu is a must. That’ll be easy to do when you use these simple snack recipes.
Neely’s Pigs in a Blanket
If you’ve ever watched “Down Home with the Neely’s,” you know the husband-and-wife team knows their food. You might not have your own show on the Food Network, but you can cook as you do with this recipe for Neely’s Pigs in a Blanket. The tangy dipping sauce is the main event, so you might want to make extra. Seriously, it’s so good that it’s hard to stop dipping.
Fried Buffalo Wings with Blue Cheese Dip
Is it really gameday without buffalo wings? It’s hard to find a bad chicken wing, but this Fried Buffalo Wings with Blue Cheese Dip recipe is beyond delicious. With ingredients like mayo, garlic, lemon, and buttermilk, these wings are perfectly seasoned and provide the ideal balance of sweetness and heat. Plus, they’re simple to make, so you can throw them together shortly before tipoff.
Easy Pimento Cheese
You just need some bread or crackers to pair with this Easy Pimento Cheese recipe, and it’ll be a hit. It’s so easy that you don’t even have to be comfortable in the kitchen to make it, and it’s proof that homemade is always the best.
Chocolate Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches
These Chocolate Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches beat anything you can buy at the grocery store. The recipe is courtesy of Ree Drummond, the Pioneer Woman, and will melt in your mouth. Now, you might be afraid to tackle something like ice cream sandwiches, but these are surprisingly easy to throw together. It only takes about 25 minutes to prep the ingredients, so you can make them during the pregame if you’re running short on time.
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Guy Fieri shares his take on nachos with this recipe for Guy-talian Nachos, and they’re fantastic. As you can tell by the name, these are nachos with an Italian twist. They’re so packed with meat that you can serve them as a snack or a meal if you prefer. They also provide ample heat, so be sure to have some water nearby for your buddies to cool their tastebuds.
You’re going to blow your friends away if you make these snacks for the big game. In fact, they’re so tasty that your buddies might ask you to make the same menu every time they come over for a viewing party.
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