It’s football season, errrbody! And no game is complete without food, so put on your cooking pants and get in the kitchen.
Having some friends over to watch football this Sunday? Your guests are sure to arrive with an appetite for beer and some not-so-great-for-you-but-oh-so-delicious foods. Do you really want to disappoint them? We didn’t think so.
These are an old school fave, for sure. They’re super filling without being a big hassle to serve up – all you need are toothpicks and napkins for these babies. (See below for a gluten-free recipe for Sausage-Cheese Balls.)
Step 1: Grab your ingredients and put your Bisquick, sausage, cheddar, parmesan, milk, rosemary, parsley and sauce in a bowl. Then, get your hands in there and mix it with your fingers until it looks uniform.
Here are nine more fave game day recipes that use Bisquick, everyone’s go-to for fast and easy treats. Hut hut – hike!
Gluten-Free Sausage Cheese Balls
People who have a sensitivity or intolerance to gluten don’t need to miss out on the fun of gobbling down sausage cheese balls, because we’ve got a gluten-free version for all of you celiac maniacs out there.
Spicy Chorizo Cheese Balls
Add a little zing to your festivitie. Use chorizo sausage and chipolte powder for some pow!
Sriracha Veggie Cheese Balls
Want to spice it up a bit more? Check out these sriracha baked cheese balls served with a sriracha sauce – perfect if you love Thai cuisine.
Did someone say churros? We sure did! These are super easy, and way better than the stale, store-bought kind. Make an easy dipping sauce by heating 5 oz. of chopped chocolate with 6 oz. of heavy whipping cream.
These little guys are super easy to make and will disappear before your eyes. This recipe calls for bacon, green onions and Swiss cheese, but use any kind of meat, veggie or cheese you like.
Impossibly Easy Chicken Taco Pie
This dish is basically chicken tacos in pie form, which is pretty mind blowing, and it gets even better once you realize how ridiculously easy it is to make.
Spicy Sausage Pizza Pie
You could go ahead and order a delivery pizza, that is, if you don’t think your friends are worth the effort of a homemade pie. Those of you who value your friendships would be better off making this sausage pizza from scratch (with just a little help from Bisquick).
Pizza Pot Pies
If you’ve just got a few peeps coming over, consider putting in the extra effort of crafting these adorb pizza pot pies with jack o’ lantern faces. They’re not even that hard, y’all, and they’re way more personal than a big ol’ pie.
Pesto Appetizer Squares
Tired of your average garlic bread? Try making these pesto-infused apps. They require just four ingredients, plus whatever type of sauce you want to dip them in. We recommend marinara.