This classic roast turkey is perfectly seasoned, juicy, and has crispy skin.
When I am looking for something to feed my friends and family during the football season, I am always looking for recipes that are not fussy to make, easy to eat, and of course.. super delicious. These are my top 10 favorite game day recipes, and go-to’s for when I am entertaining.
These sesame chicken tenders are a fun way to change up your normal chicken for meals. Dip them in peanut dipping sauce, teriyaki, honey mustard, or whatever your fav chicken tender dipping sauce is!
Autumn minestrone soup has all of my favorite things about a traditional minestrone, with some added fall coziness. Hearty vegetables, salty tomatoey broth, and a little pasta.
Try these game day egg rolls next time you’re watching a football game, or having a casual get together. With mac and cheese, buffalo chicken, taco, and pulled pork, you’ll have a snack for everyone’s taste!
These pulled pork egg rolls are pretty much meat candy that you …
Buffalo chicken egg rolls can be a meal all on their own, or make a great addition to a spread of appetizers! This is a super easy recipe that you can whip up in no time.
These taco egg rolls are filled with deliciously seasoned ground beef, shredded cheese, and fresh pico de gallo. Make these when you want to change up taco night, need a fun appetizer, or for game days!
Cheesy noodles in a crispy egg roll.
This perfect penne vodka recipe really lives up to its name. This penne vodka has just the right amount of tomato, cream, cheese, and a balance of heat from crushed red pepper. My favorite part of this dish is how the sauce clings to the pasta with a little help from the parmesan.