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Happy Labor Day, friends! I hope you’re enjoying the day off and have some fun plans for the day. We are heading home from a quick trip to Atlanta where we continued to celebrate the husbands graduation. A fun mini getaway recap is to come.
Let’s chat football parties! It’s time to start prepping for those game day gatherings. Football parties are HUGE and everyone gets into them, even those who are just there for the food. To help plan your next tailgaiting (or homegating) party I’m sharing a simple general tso’s boneless wings game day station that you can create in record time.
Next time you’re in the craft store pick up a black poster board and gold marker to create a custom game day food station sign. This board can be brought to tailgate parties too! I added tiny splotches of gold all around the wording on the sign to give it a worn in look. The writing isn’t perfect but I like it that way, gives it character. Black and white stripe fabric is always a good choice too.
When it comes to game day food easy finger foods are the go-to. These Tyson prepared wings from the Walmart deli are delish, ready for pick up and come boneless or bone-in hot. These wings are the perfect pairing for any football party and can be picked up in a pick 3 bucket, plated meal or by the pound. What goes better with wings than Kraft ranch dipping sauce options? I find that most people are ranch dip fans, but offering a variety is an even safer option. These 3 simple wing dipping sauce recipes only take minutes to create. Ready to go wings and 3 Kraft ranch dipping options that you can whip up in minutes- win!
Spicy Ranch Recipe:
1/4 cup of ranch with 2 tsp of hot sauce. Double (or even triple) the recipe if required.
Dill Ranch Recipe:
2 tsp of dill, 1 tsp parsley and a splash of freshly squeezed lemon. Double (or even triple) the recipe if required.
Creamy Ranch Recipe:
2/3 cup of mayo, 1/4 cup of ranch and 2 tbsp of chopped green onions. Double (or even triple) the recipe if required.
Happy game day tailgating and homegating this football season!
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