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If you are on the hunt for super cute football party ideas, I have the perfect thing for you! I also have a few more quick, easy, hands-off ideas from Nestle to make your party delicious and keep you out of the kitchen!
The first is Stouffers Party Lasagna with Meat Sauce. This is my go-to meal for days when I need pasta but don’t feel like doing something as time-consuming as homemade lasagna. And it’s perfect for a football party because who doesn’t love meaty cheesy pasta?
Hot Pockets! When was the last time you had a Hot Pocket? I don’t think I’ve had one in at least 15 years but picked some up since they are cooked in the microwave and they have so many varieties. I liked the Ham & Cheese with Croissant Crust and my kids loved the Pepperoni Pizza with Garlic Buttery Seasoned Crust.
Both of those options require absolutely no prep work from you. No veggie chopping, no kneading dough, and no assembling lasagna layers! Just pop in the oven or microwave and go back to cheering on your favorite team!
And DiGiorno pizza, of course! Remember, they’re still on Rollback for $4.50 at Walmart!
No football party is complete without some sweets, right? And what’s better than ice cream? The Nestle Crunch Drumstick Cones are so delicious and the pack of 8 I got at Walmart came with vanilla, vanilla caramel, and vanilla fudge cones so there’s something for everyone!
The Dreyer’s (or Edy’s if you’re out east) Limited Edition Touchdown Sundae is so stinkin’ adorable! It has little caramel-filled chocolate footballs that made me squeal when I saw them!
I made Football Waffle Bowls to serve the ice cream in and they were such a hit! And so simple! They can be made the morning of the game and they’ll be ready to go by the time the game is on and everyone’s ready for snacks.
- 10 waffle bowls
- 1 pound chocolate almond bark
- 4 ounces white almond bark
Melt chocolate almond bark over low heat in a heavy saucepan, stirring until completely smooth. Remove from heat. Dip bottoms of waffle bowls, one at a time, in the almond bark and flip upside down onto wax paper. Allow to dry completely before moving on.
Melt white almond bark over low heat in a heavy saucepan, stirring until completely smooth. Remove from heat and allow to cool for just a minute or 2. Transfer almond bark to a zip top bag and snip off one of the corners. Draw lines on the waffle bowls to resemble footballs. Allow to dry completely before serving.
Serve with ice cream and any toppings you like.