Last weekend we had a little playoff party in the hopes that our team was on their way to the Big Game! Unfortunately, they are not. But we still had a great time cheering them on, clad in blue and enjoying some game day snacks. Football food is just the best – and you can easily make a great game plan by adding some Tyson Chicken Any’Tizers and Kraft dressing and dipping sauces!
We are a football family. It’s no secret. My husband would watch football 24 hours a day if he could. Roman is on-track to be as big as a linebacker (check him out in his 18-month jersey at 6 months old!) and Raya, my little #12, has already perfected the quarterback sneak (in the family huddle, she was already into the football food!)
I wanted something easy for the party because it’s no fun getting held up in the kitchen, and missing all the great plays. So I picked up some supplies from Walmart, and we had a party on the table in about 30 minutes.
Right now, you’ll find special Tyson endcaps in the freezer section at a rollback price of $5.98. They pair great with Kraft dipping sauces. The sauces can be found alongside the dressings, and will have a bottleneck and special playbook full of great game day party ideas! You can also check out the Tyson website and this fun video for super ideas for planning a great Big Game party – you’ll find printables, activities, and ideas for your spread offense!
We laid out Chicken Fries paired with Homestyle Ranch dressing, and Honey BBQ Boneless Chicken Wyngz matched up with with BBQ Ranch dressing along with chips, dips, and celery to cover every position.
Super easy, and a super delicious kickoff to our party! The wing formation was a success – in fact, those were all the Boneless Wyngz I was able to score against my husband and our friends! I got a 2-minute warning that we were low just in time to get 3. (So take my advice and stock up if you’re expecting a rush!)
It was a great day, and a great season, even if the end was a little sad for us. There’s always next year. And we still have the Big Game to look forward to! Do you host a party? Do you have any fun tips for making great plays at your game day parties?