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It’s that time of year again! Time for football which also means time for food. Because really, as awesome as the games are, who wants to watch the pigskin fly around without some game day snacks?
The Big Game is still a few weeks away, but there have been plenty of playoff games each week leading up to it. This has given us the opportunity to do some test drives, so to say, as to what combination of favorite game day recipes and quick snacks we’ll serve that day. We’ve also come up with a few games and other fun activities for our guests.
One thing I know we’ll be serving is wings because, well, we love wings. Specifically we’ll be serving up the Tyson Any’tizers Hot Wings. They’ve got a bit of heat without being too hot, there is just the right amount of sauce, and they taste really great.
For those that don’t prefer or don’t want the heat, we’re also serving Tyson Crispy Chicken Strips, something that’s almost always in our freezer. Not only are they convenient and versatile, I recently found out that Bubbles loves them. Loves them so much she asks for more chicken, and for a child who hasn’t shown any interest in meat since she was born, this says a lot about how good they are.
Of course, good chicken can be made even better by some delicious dipping sauces. Kraft actually has a new line of ranch dressings that I started noticing on my past couple of trips to the store. They come in awesome-sounding varieties like Kraft Grey Poupon Dijon Ranch, Kraft Bulls Eye BBQ Ranch, Kraft Velveeta Cheesy Ranch, and many others, too.
For a limited time at Walmart, participating Kraft Dipping Sauces will have a special bottleneck playbook hanging on them. The Tyson chicken will also be on rollback for $5.98; with a low price like that, we’ll be trying the Popcorn Chicken and new Boneless Chicken Wingz. Keep an eye on the endcaps in the freezer section to catch special messaging from Tyson and to find all your favorites in one place.
There is also a fun Super Moments website you can visit dedicated to helping you enjoy the Big Game this year. There are recipe ideas, product suggestions, and – my favorite – some printable “penalty flags” you can use during your party. If anyone is Holding Up the Food Line or creates a Party Foul you can flag ’em to let them know they need to get back on their game.
Those #SuperMoments inspired us to come up with some of our own. I ran across penalty and challenge flags while shopping, so I picked up a couple. Now if anyone participates in Illegal Dipping of Chicken or Interference of Deliciousness (snagging food of someone’s plate when they’re not looking), there will be no hiding it!