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I like to keep things casual at our football parties. There are usually some guests glued to the TV and others chatting in the kitchen. So the more relaxed the vibe, the better.
But I still want it to look good and taste good. So here are 5 tips for throwing an awesome game day party this football season...
5 GAME DAY PARTY TIPS
Set up a buffet table of finger foods
I usually set out a variety of foods, many in small portions. My goal is to give my guests options.
And also here are some free penalty flag printables to help you decorate.
I always put out lots of drinks so people can help themselves. How cute are these football themed mason jars?
For finger foods, how about trying these Bacon-Wrapped Cheeseburger RITZwiches. How yummy do these look?
Or for chips and dip, how about serving some savory Greek yogurt Chicken Shawarma Dip with WHEAT THINS Toasted Pita Original Oven Baked Crackers.
And for dessert you can't top these no-bake OREO Cookie Ball Football Helmets. You only need four ingredients: cream cheese, OREO Cookies, candy melts and pretzels. That's it!detailed instructions.
Set up a well-stocked drink station
And how cool is a personalized bottle of Coke!
Play football bingo
Make a buffet table backdrop
For more info from EVITE, check out How to throw a Touchdown of a Game Day Party.
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