Throw the Ultimate Football Party with SUNSET®

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It’s official! Break out the jerseys and #1 foam fingers because it’s football season! With your favorite teams once again taking the field after a long off-season, it’s time to get ready for some football in your own home. If the weekly party planning seems like a daunting task, we’ve got just the list of ultimate football party must-haves to take you off the sidelines and get your head in the game!

Food:

No party is complete without tasty snacks and entrees that keep your guests full and happy, even when the team’s kicker just missed a 40 yard field goal. Buffet style is the way to go, so guests can eat as much or as little as they want while enjoying the game. Try out any of these SUNSET® recipes to set up an impressive defense against guest hunger:

Wild Wonders® Fundido

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No need to wonder what appetizer to look forward to this Sunday. The Wild Wonders® Fundido is the MVP of the queso game. This dip is tasty, easy to make and simple to adjust for a big hungry crowd.

SUNSET Wild Wonders® Pizza Bianca

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Every fumble or missed field goal hurts a little less with a slice of Wild Wonders® Pizza Bianca in your hands. Ready within twelve minutes, this pizza is cheesy and flavorful.

Heirloom Potato Skins

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Want to make a touchdown worthy play for your party? Party guests will want to get their hands on these potato skins the moment they touch down on the plate.

Wok Tossed Hot Wings

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The perfect tailgate meal, these wings are just what your family and friends need while enjoying the game. Be sure to pack plenty of napkins.

One Sweet® Bacon Bites

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Never take a timeout on flavor during the game with these delicious little bites! This appetizer is quick and easy to make, and even easier to enjoy!

Print out our game day grocery list

Décor:

Show your team spirit this season with some fun and easy football decorations. Your party guests will be impressed when they step into your game day paradise. Simply download these football themed free printables

Games for Game Day:

Take advantage of the half time break by having guests delight in games and your own healthy competition.

Football Charades  Ingredients:
  • Pen 
  • Paper
  • Bowl
To Play:
  • Split into two teams. On pieces of paper, write down football related words, such as helmet, cheerleader, touchdown, or even players, mascot and coaches names. You can also include food items such as chips, salsa and wings.
  • Put the pieces of paper in the bowl.
  • Have one team member pick from the bowl and act out the word on the paper. The other players on the actor’s team have to guess the word. The time limit should be 1 or 2 minutes per word.
  • Once the team guesses the word or the time runs out, the charades continue with the opposing team.
  • The winner is the team with the most correct guesses.
Betting Squares Ingredients:
  • Poster Board and Markers
  • Bowl
To Play:
  1. Set up a 10x10 grid on the poster board and write one team on the top. The other team is on the side.
  2. Sell each square on the grid for a set amount of money. Play big or small.
  3. Numbers 0-9 are assigned randomly across the rows and down the columns after bets are places and squares are bought. (Draw out of a bowl for the order of numbers for each row and column)
  4. The numbers beside each team name represent the last digit in the score for that team. For example, if the score were "Team A: 14- Team B: 3", then whoever's name is in the square under the "4" of the Team A and the "3" of Team B would win.
With these tips and tricks you will have a flavor-tastic party, that will leave guests feeling like they just won the Superbowl of gatherings. Enter the SUNSET Flavor Bowl™ Sweepstakes! Win up to $5,000 worth of amazing prizes!

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