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These aren't your typical grinders. Peppery Italian sausage and garlic-seasoned onions make an unforgettable duo. Take your sandwich over the top with ooey-gooey cheese and crunchy banana peppers.
Mini bowls of this cheesy mix make great grab-and-go snacks. You can enjoy crunchy chips, salted nuts, and crispy cereal squares all before kickoff! Add a few drops of hot sauce for some extra heat.
Sweet root beer and hot pepper sauce make for a tasty combination when paired with savory pulled pork. To make ahead, slow cook overnight, then reheat on the stove the day of your event. For easy toting, place your slow cooker in an insulated carrier.
Watch how easy it is to make pork in your slow cooker!
Say goodbye to hot pockets and hello to barbecue pasties. Our veggie-pork snacks feature sharp cheese and poppin' jalapeno peppers, and can be dipped in warm barbecue or sweet mustard sauce. To save time preparing, use a refrigerated, unbaked piecrust instead of the homemade pastry.
Our take on hearty cocktail wieners features a crispy bacon wrapping that's covered in a mouthwatering cheddar-beer glaze. Carry them with you in a portable crock to keep them warm all party long.
No grilling necessary here. We've twisted this all-American meal into a ridiculously simple casserole filled with fresh burger toppings and crisp, wavy fries. Pop it in the oven an hour before you leave, then keep it warm on the way by using an insulated carrier.
Try these smoky jalapeno meatballs in our homemade plum-barbecue glaze. The mouthwatering duo makes the perfect party appetizer. Plus, its simple two-step process makes these delicious bites a go-to potluck dish. To make ahead, slow cook for 3 hours the night before or morning of your event.
Get your fix of gooey mac and cheese -- crock-style! Prepare garlicky ground beef and savory mix-ins the morning of the party, then stir it all together in a large, insulated slow cooker. To keep warm throughout the tailgate, simply tote in your slow cooker.
Bring the state fair to your party! Juicy pork chops on a stick make tailgate dinners easy. Let them soak in our zesty lemon-garlic marinade for 4 hours, then throw them on the grill and they'll be ready to eat in less than 7 minutes!
We've captured all of the classic sandwich flavors in this easy salad recipe. Bacon, lettuce, tomato -- we've got the works! Toss in a few extra veggies for added crunch, and your salad is ready to serve in less than 20 minutes. Chill overnight before serving at your get-together.
Nothing beats this winning tailgate recipe. Our beer-chili combo, filled with hearty beans and savory seasonings, gets its spicy kick from canned chile peppers.
Pork lovers unite! These tasty Cuban-style sliders are all you need for a great potluck party. Our recipe for homemade Mojo Sauce adds a burst of citrus flavor, while fresh jalapeno peppers spice things up.
Mix chopped cucumbers, tomatoes, and other fresh produce with a lime-oil dressing to make this delightfully light relish. Taking it to the tailgate? Keep it in a cooler until ready to serve.
Turn the classic soda fountain treat into a yummy cupcake at home. Root beer barrel candies float on soft vanilla frosting, while a colorful straw adds finishing flair.
Get your pumpkin fix in one of the yummiest brownies around. Our fall take features rich chocolate, sweet cinnamon, and toasty walnuts. Store up to 3 days before serving.
These adorable lollipop pies make peachy-keen potluck treats. We've take the idea behind peach melba, a traditional French dessert, and combined fresh raspberries with sweet peach pie filling to make a fun portable mini pie. To make the double crust, simply cut out with a round or ridged cookie cutter, then press both sides together.
With instant French vanilla pudding mix, you can make these simple candy squares in a snap! We’ve included a crumbly wafer cookie bottom followed by a layer of creamy peanut butter and fluffy whipped cream. Buttercup candies make a sweet and final touch.
These divine cheesecake tartlets, filled with soft vanilla flavor and fresh strawberries, make classy party treats. Bake up to a month in advance of your event, then keep fresh by placing them in an airtight container in the freezer.
Nothing says autumn like sweet apple pie. Try these cinnamon-infused, crumb-topped treats with your favorite apple variety. Rome Beauty apples are tart and firm, while Granny Smiths are sweet and soft. For easy toting, carry this yummy slab pie in a disposable foil pan.
Add some zest to your party with fresh lemon bars. The secret to our luscious lemon-butter frosting? Frozen concentrate! Top with bright lemon slices for a showstopping potluck dessert.