The Super Bowl is just about a week away and I’m already planning my snack and drink menu. Have you guys started yet? If not, you should definitely consider adding this baby to your list! I’m upgrading a traditional root beer float to an adult level, that’s perfect for game day! These caramel whiskey root beer floats are easy to make and delicious too!
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College football season is finally here and I couldn’t be more excited! I’m a huge football fan and there’s just something about hanging out with friends and family before a game, grilling, eating, catching up, and enjoying each other’s company over some football!
I’m planning some epic gatherings this season and I’m planning all of my tailgating with Dr Pepper®! It’s one of my favorite beverages, and it’s easy for me to pack up and serve to all of those thirsty fans!
Guys, I’m trying not to get too ahead of myself here, but I don’t think I can wait to bombard you with all things Halloween any longer. Multiple people, and I do mean multiple, have made comments about me getting a little too excited too early, but I say, screw it. As soon as September 1st hits my calendar, I’m ready for ghosts, goblins, caramel apples, and skeletons galore. And, technically, I did wait until the middle of the month to jump into the swing of things, so I think I’ve been patient enough. 😉
Either way, Halloween is hitting the blog and I’m thrilled. It’s my very, very favorite holiday and one that I celebrate to the fullest. But, to ease you guys in, I’m starting with a fall themed project first. These DIY football pumpkins can be used throughout September and well past Halloween too! They couldn’t be any easier to make and you only need a few cheap items to throw them together.
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These DIY football party cups are easy to make, fun, and perfect for tailgating or the big game! Find out how to make them in less than 30 minutes!
We’re a little over a week away from the big game and I’m getting party ready over here! The big game is all about great football, friends, family, and FOOD, of course! I’m always looking for fun serving ideas and today’s project is easy and great for football fans, little tykes, and those people who have no clue who’s even playing this year. 😉 These DIY football party cups can be used to hold your favorite drinks, or you can use them like I did, and load them up with everything that’s yummy instead!
It’s always a good idea to serve some sweet options to balance out all of the salt that’s usually served on game day. This chocolate brownie football cheese ball will do just that!
I’m pretty excited. The big game is almost here and I’m definitely looking forward to it, except for the fact that my team didn’t even make it to the playoffs (Ravens, you let me down guys). Either way, I’m a sports girl. I’ll be cheering on the underdog and stuffing my face full of delicious snacks, because if your team’s not playing, isn’t that the whole point?
Sure, someone usually brings the chips, the dips, the beer, and the smoked sausages, but you can become the new snack MVP by bringing something a little sweeter for the occasion…a yummy chocolate brownie football cheese ball!
Another playoff weekend is over and we are that much closer to finding out who’s headed to the Superbowl this year. The hubs is the only one left with his team still in the running, but with a house full of football fans, I’m already starting to think about what to serve for our game day menu. As much as the Superbowl is known for football and the actual game, it’s also known for parties and food!
I like to pick options that are festive and fun, but that won’t take too much time to put together either. It’s not fun to spend the entire day in the kitchen and miss out on the game, or commercials. 😉
If you’re planning to serve a crowd this year, today’s recipe is for you! I’m stealing some inspiration from a famous Philadelphia sandwich and making some Philly cheese-steak nachos!
The big game is less than a month away and you might be one of the few that is still anxiously waiting to see if your favorite team will make it in or not. You might also be one of the few that isn’t waiting for anything other than the delicious snacks and fun parties that comes along with game day. Whichever you happen to be, today’s post is perfect for your football get together with friends in the next few weeks.
If you’re hosting a party soon, thinking of all of the details can be daunting, but I’m here to help with fun and super easy penalty flag favors that are sure to appeal to the fans at your event and are also a breeze to put together!
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One of my favorites things about Fall is definitely football. My entire family crowds around the couch on Sundays, we eat lots of snacks, and lounge around in sweats and comfy clothes all day. (What’s not to love about that?)
We all root for different teams, so there’s a bit of competitive spirit going around too. 😉
With the holidays right around the corner, the big game will be here before you know it and I’m always on the hunt for new and fun ideas to celebrate.
Regardless of what team you or your family cheer for, you still need a few people to keep the crowd under control and make things fair, which is exactly what today’s post is all about!
I’m making some adorable OREO Cookie Ball referee pops!