This post is sponsored by BabbleBoxx
The big game is coming up and if you’re looking for simple game day snacking ideas you’re in the right place. Snack boards have become the trendiest way to serve up several different foods at just about any event. Making them for holidays, game day and special occasions can be super simple or really extravagant. Today I’m sharing some simple options for your game day snack board inspired by the items in the Big Game Day Snacks BabbleBoxx.
The Big Game Day Snacks BabbleBoxx includes BIGS Little Caesar’s ExtraMostBestest Pepperoni Pizza Sunflower Seeds, Slim Jim Savage Spicy and Dorot Gardens herbs.
BIGS Little Caesar’s ExtraMostBestest Pepperoni Pizza Sunflower Seeds
First up, are the BIGS Little Caesar’s ExtraMostBestest Pepperoni Pizza Sunflower Seeds bursting with pepperoni pizza flavor. Sunflower seeds are one of my favorite salty snacks. I think I fell in love with sunflower seeds on game day from eating them while watching baseball games with my dad.
BIGS Little Caesar’s ExtraMostBestest Pepperoni Pizza Sunflower Seeds are bursting with pepperoni pizza flavor and the resealable bag makes them grab and go. For a snack board I recommend pouring them into a bowl so everyone can grab a handful. Be sure to place a few empty bowls around for the shells.
Slim Jim Savage Spicy
Speaking of childhood snacks, Slim Jim was one of my mothers favorite snacks back in the day and still today. She brings them to my kids when she comes to visit, so she’ll go crazy when she sees me serve these Slim Jim Savage Spicy sticks on game day.
Slim Jim Savage is super beefy weighing in at 3 oz. making it 3X’s the size of a Slim Jim Giant stick. It has a bold, spicy flavor that pairs well with cheeses on a snack board.
Dorot Gardens frozen herbs are a time and money saver in the kitchen year round and especially during the game when I am prepping snacks and beverages.
I’ve used Darot in many dishes and for game day, I use it to make a refreshing basil lemonade. I like that Darot pre-measured herbs require no chopping, no measuring and leave no mess. I just pop out what I need from the tray and keep prepping.
If you find yourself throwing away half a bunch of herbs and unused garlic every week, using Dorot Gardens frozen herbs could save you some money.
The tray stores in the freezer, has a two year shelf life and are always ready when you need them.