We'll be making this yummy pulled pork recipe for our game day festivities tomorrow... The secret? Cooking the pork shoulder low and slow in your favorite cola beverage!
You simply won't believe how tender and flavorful it turns out! My favorite way to serve this slow cooker pulled pork is on a toasted bun, topped off with an extra drizzle of barbecue sauce drizzled and a few sweet bread and butter pickles -- such a fabulous flavor and texture combination.
This buffalo chicken dip is one of my favorite game time appetizers. It's quick, easy, and delicious, and you can make it in either the oven or in the crockpot!
Note that this buffalo chicken dip recipe isn't the straight Frank's RedHot version. I've tweaked it to make it more like our favorite appetizer at our local bar and grill, a little saucier, with less chicken, and includes cheddar cheese. Try it this weekend -- you won't be sorry!
Are you planning to watch the Super Bowl this Sunday? I'll be watching -- mainly for the commercials... And also because I can never pass up an opportunity to make a tasty dip recipe, like this cheeseburger con queso!
Oh, and the best part is it's both budget-friendly and simple to make. The addition of browned ground beef really stretches this delicious dip to feed a hungry crowd!
A few more super dips to try:
It's college football time again, woot! Can you guess which team we're rooting for?
I just thought I'd share a few of my favorite game day recipes, like this 7-Layer Mexican Dip with Homemade Tortilla Chips. It's super easy to throw together -- no cooking required!
While the homemade tortilla chips aren't a necessity, they seriously taste SO much better than those over-salted store bought chips. Make them up they night before and taste the difference for yourself!
And just a few more of my faves:
This slow cooker chex mix recipe is still one of my most popular recipes. It's a game day must!
This corn casserole recipe is so good you'll want to scrape the dish completely clean to get every last bit of caramelized goodness from the corners!
I lightened up my favorite hot spinach artichoke dip by swapping in 1/3 fat cream cheese, artichokes canned in water, and mozzarella cheese, but it's still as delicious as ever!
These easy slow cooker ribs are every bit as good as ribs cooked on the grill all day long. But they allow you more time to focus on your guests!
Wash it all down with these easy strawberry daiquiris. I'm not kidding when I say these are the BEST EVER!
Around these parts, this is the recipe for buckeyes, also known as chocolate-covered peanut butter balls. Ohio State fan or not, these are delish!
What's your favorite game day tailgating recipe?