Keeping it Simple: Easy Football Game Food Ideas with Nestle #GameTimeGoodies

Monday, January 20, 2014

Easy Football Game Food Ideas with Nestle #GameTimeGoodies


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I love to have yummy food for us to eat while we watch the football games, especially during the playoffs.    But I also love to watch the football game and not be in the kitchen for the whole game.  Last week when we had a fun party I wasn't able to watch the game until the end of the third quarter because I was in the kitchen cooking.  I don't love that.  I like foods that are easy to make and don't take a ton of time but still delicious.  Well these Nestle football party foods are perfect for just that!  We had lots of yummy food and I was still able to sit and enjoy the game with my family. 
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My party food was so easy to make because I used Nestle frozen foods for it.  I was able to put things in the oven and then do other things like decorate cute cups or turn the Hot Pockets into footballs.  Plus I was able to eat with my family and enjoy game time.
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I got all of the food at Walmart in the freezer section.  This limited edition Touchdown Sundae ice cream is super yummy!
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I wanted to make something special with the ice cream, so I created touchdown brownie sundaes.
All you need is:
Brownie mix
Touchdown Sundae ice cream
I made up a brownie mix and then put them into a greased cupcake pan.
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I put the brownies on the bottom of these fun cups I decorated with paper and vinyl.  Then I put a scoop of ice cream on top of the brownie. 
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Here is the rest of the food.  I had fun turning things into footballs. 
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For the Hot Pockets, I put some mustard on the ham and cheese (croissant crust)  and some ranch on the pepperoni pizza (garlic buttery seasoned crust) to make them footballs. 
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I put some more olives onto the pizza to turn it into a football too.  The lasagna was great and of course the Drumstick cones were a huge hit with my kids.
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The Hot Pockets were super yummy!  I love how cheesy it is.
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Here are my cute kids enjoying their Touchdown Brownie Sundaes and after all the other #GameTimeGoodies.  My little girl was so excited to find the chocolate candy footballs in them.
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If you're planning on having a big party for the big games this year or if you just like to have great food for when you watch the games, try out these foods.  They are great and you will spend less time in the kitchen and more time with your friends and family!



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2 comments:

Jen Temcio said...

I LOVE your ideas for serving easy food for the Big Game! Brownie Sundaes sound good. The little touches are fantastic - I am taking your idea of the mustard and ranch to make the hot pockets into football! SO CUTE! #client @dapperhouse

Kristin Wheeler said...

Those little sundaes are so cute! See, kids can enjoy Game Day too!! #client