Get fired up for game day with our Tailgating party tips and tasty recipes. Whether your tailgating party is a parking lot picnic or festive living-room fete, we’ve got you covered with everything from burger recipes to a few unexpected surprises.
Crowd-Pleasing Slow-Cooker Pumpkin Chili
Make this in the fall for Sunday football. Start it early in the morning and your house will smell great by afternoon game time. Nobody ever suspects how healthy this chili really is. The pumpkin gives it a smooth texture and flavor even without any added fat or fatty cuts of meat.
Turkey Vegetable Sliders
Kid-sized plates need kid-sized food. These Turkey Vegetables Sliders, with zucchini and carrot, are a perfect choice for kids.
Italian-Style Steak Wrap (Piadina)
An alternative to panini, this grilled sandwich stuffs in the veggies with dabs of melted cheese.
This salsa capitalizes on a plentiful crop of cucumbers and tomatoes harvested in the summertime. Try using heirloom tomatoes like Cherokee Purple and Brandywine.
Brilliant Chili Topped with Walnuts
This turkey chili is topped with a sprinkling of chopped walnuts.
Smoked Turkey Pinwheels
These low-fat turkey pinwheels are easy to make and ideal for the dieters are your get-together.
Creamy Enchilada Dip
This dip made with ancho chiles and sour cream tastes like red enchilada sauce; serve it with salty tortilla chips.
Panko-Crusted Salmon Sliders with Quick Ponzu Cucumbers
These easy-to-prepare salmon sliders with Asian flair will score points with Super Bowl Sunday guests.
Cheddar Sliders with Tomato Jam
A lightened-up, grown-up version of a grilled cheese that will be a sensation at your Super Bowl Sunday get-together.
Sliders are the new Super Bowl burger—these are just a bite or two, but packed with a tasty layer of spicy guacamole.
Ginger-Orange Glazed Chicken Wings
A citrusy Asian glaze sets these wings apart for your Super Bowl party line-up.
Roasted Red Pepper Dip
This spicy dip—high in calcium and vitamin C—is a perfect party appetizer served with a vegetable dunkers or toasted pita crisps.
Deli Pasta Salad
When you don’t know what to prepare and have deli in the fridge, try this quick, refreshing salad.
A new take on a classic ratatouille recipe—this hearty version calls for fresh ricotta cheese to add heft and flavor.