These tips will allow you to be a great host with out missing any of the game time action.
Our pre-game meal is more of a sit down menu which encourages everyone get here before the game for fellowship.
This year we’ll have Stouffers Party Lasagna & Garden Salad. This is an easy to prepare meal that doesn’t leave you slaving over the stove all day.
For our party guest can choose between Ham & Cheese or Pepperoni Hot Pockets.
These #GameTimeGoodies are easy to serve up using parchment paper and napkins.
I’ll use warming pans to keep the Hot Pockets. Position game time finger foods in the same room as the game will ensure no one misses the action.
So, on game day I place a small bucket with paper towels and cleaning spray near the buffet area.
If an accident does occur, everything I need for clean up is nearby.
Win or lose, we like for our friends to stick after the game and encourage them to stay awhile by serving dessert.
We usually have something simple that doesn’t require any preparation.
This year we’ll serve Edy’s Touchdown Sundae Ice Cream and Nestle Crunch Dipped Drumstick Cones.
My final tip for hosting a football party is to enjoy yourself.
Once you’ve managed to create an atmosphere that lends it’s self to relaxed hosting, sit back and enjoy.