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One of the most exciting Sundays of the football season is right around the corner. Do you know what that means? Big Game parties! We know that chicken wings and pizza are popular when it comes to football watch parties. Don’t be penalized for showing up with the same dish as a fellow fan. We have five first-string appetizers that will be the perfect Hail Mary for your Big Game party. Not only are these recipes delicious, but they require only three ingredients and are easy to make! Please note, to maintain food safety, the USDA recommends an internal temperature of 145°F, as measured using a food thermometer.

Ingredients shown on how to make pigs in a blanket

Hot dogs, puff pastries and everything seasoning make the perfect finger food for football fans.

Ingredients shown on how to make chikcen skewers

Cut a chicken breast into strips and dip into a savory BBQ sauce. Add to a skewer and grill or bake until internal temperatures reach 165° F. Add the final touch by sprinkling chives over the chicken. This dish is guaranteed to be a hit!

Ingredients shown on how to make jalapeno poppers

Jalapenos + bacon + cream cheese = touch down. Bake these poppers at 400°F for 20 minutes and enjoy! *Broil on high for an additional five minutes to add a touch of gold to your poppers.

Ingredients shown on how to make chili cheese dip

Spread out one block of 8 oz. cream cheese in a baking dish and add a layer of chili. Top it with one to two cups of cheddar cheese and bake at 350°F or until the cheese is melted. Grab your favorite chips and dig in!

Ingredients shown on how to make lil smokies

This recipe is as simple as tossing two packs of little smokies, 18 ounces of your favorite BBQ sauce and 6 ounces of Cola into a crockpot, then enjoy!

Give these recipes a try and let us know your favorite.


Allison L.

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Allison began her journey with Publix in 2017 on the social media team. While serving customers online, she realized she found her forever home. Her love for helping others and passion for Publix culture drove her to become the Employment Branding Specialist where she assists recruiters with advertising job openings through traditional print, digital and social media advertising. When Allison isn’t sharing what she loves about Publix to job seekers, she is usually watching college football with a Pub Sub in hand or riding one of her three horses. Allison looks forward to helping others learn about the career opportunities at Publix.

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