Take-out Tuesday, Fall Football Food

Football is a big part of Fall

It’s fun to get together with friends and family

to watch our favorite teams~


You can’t watch football without some yummy munchies!

Yes, you can serve the usual favorites

but why not throw in a little something unexpected

Sausage & Apple Biscuit Muffins are wonderful Fall finger food

they are made with biscuit pieces,

sweet apples, tangy sausage and cheese~

an irresistible sweet and savory muffin!

Amp up your game with Picnic Chicken

Chicken nuggets are coated with butter,

dipped in Ranch seasoning and crushed potato chips

and baked for a very tasty bite

Romaine Wraps

A mixture of pecans, bacon, cranberries and blue cheese

is bound together with a dash of honey

It can be served on a piece of crunchy romaine

or wrapped in a tortilla and cut into slices for easy serving

Bacon Wrapped Asparagus Spears are easy to pick up,

just grab one and enjoy!

Pork Belly Bites are insanely good and will disappear quickly

Provide toothpicks for serving

Serve your meatballs in a muffin~

they are like mini cheeseburgers!

Magic Mini Meatball Muffins

Italian Party Bread is made with biscuits,

marinara sauce, pepperoni and cheese~

provide tongs to pull out the pieces and small plates for serving

Pulled Pork Potato Skins

The cheesy potato skins are topped with a little pulled pork,

a drizzle of BBQ sauce, and baked in the oven until hot

This smaller size skin is perfect for appetizer servings

Pimiento Cheese Biscuit Bites have a surprise inside,

french fried onions!

Even if you don’t like pumpkin pie,

you will love these Pumpkin Pie Surprise Mini Quiches

Pumpkin adds a touch of sweetness

to the savory caramelized onions, diced ham and cheese

They can be served hot, warm or at room temperature

Instead of a bowl of mixed nuts,

serve Rosemary Mixed Nut Tartlettes

Mixed nuts are cooked with brown sugar, butter and cream,

seasoned with fresh rosemary and baked in mini phyllo shells

You’re going to want something sweet too~

How about Chocolate Ravioli decorated with sprinkles

in your team’s colors

A dessert dip is fun for gatherings

Halloween Candy Cheesecake Dip

can be made with your favorite candy bars

or combination of chopped candy bars and/or chocolate chips

Serve a dessert spread with a variety of cookies

Coconut Rum Ball

Set up a festive buffet to serve all your goodies and let the fun begin!

All of these recipes are perfect for any Fall gathering,

occasion or celebration!

I will be joining these fabulous parties and blogs

Sundays on Silverado/  Happiness is Homemade

What’s for Dinner / Love Your Creativity

Between Naps on the Porch /All About Home

Turn About Tuesday 

Wednesday Linky Party / Karin’s Cottage Linky Party /  Creative Crafts

Crafty Creators / Full Plate Thursday /Thursday Favorite Things

Home Matters

27 Responses to “Take-out Tuesday, Fall Football Food”
  1. Nancy says:

    What amazing yummies for game day! Or any day!
    The chicken nuggets sound delightful, but so does everything else.
    Great round-up, my friend! Happy Tuesday!

  2. Hi Jenna.. I am not a fan off football but I am a HUGE fan of all your fantastic recipes!! Pork Belly is my middle name. Have a great week!

  3. Lots of these looks really good. Those mixed-nut rosemary tartlets are intriguing to me

  4. I don’t even like to watch sports on TV, but I want to come to your house for the next game! Just tell me who to root for!

  5. We are big football and foodies in Louisiana. Thanks for sharing

  6. So many delicious and tempting food! I would love some pork belly now :-))

  7. All of these are very, very yummy – I think I will start with the coconut rum ball!

  8. Cindy Conner says:

    Oh my goodness! Your football foods look amazing! We love our football foods too. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  9. Kitty Penrod says:

    I would love to party at your house, Jenna! My mouth is watering just looking at all these yummy foods.

  10. lghiggins says:

    I bet if you asked your guests what snack is a must for them for football season, each one would have a different answer. There are too many yummy choices here. Reading this post I felt like a kid in a candy shop.

  11. Kim says:

    Jenna, I agree 100% with Linda – all these look delicious. I couldn’t possibly pick a favorite though the pork belly bites are sooo tempting. What a great games appetizer round up you’ve shared here. I hope you are having a wonderful week!

  12. Tammy says:

    What a delicious idea for game day! These look so good! Perfect for easy serving 😀

  13. helenfern says:

    Those are some mighty tasty looking appetizers! Thanks for sharing at the What’s for Dinner party! See you Sunday!

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