Make Game Time Snacking A Slam Dunk With Foster Farms
College basketball season is in full swing this March. Are you keeping score? My family is excited to watch and we love rooting for the underdog. We don’t wear team colors or sing fight songs but we do cheer passionately for our favorite teams! We also love to snack on all kinds of food and I typically create a game day watching spread for the college basketball tournament.
Finger foods are a favorite of ours and Foster Farms always has everything I need. In honor of the March college basketball tournament, Foster Farms has gotten in on the competition with the Foster Farms Buzzer Beaters game. This fun game tests your hand-eye coordination by seeing how many shots you can make to beat the buzzer. Then you are entered into an instant sweepstakes for prizes from 20% discount codes up to codes worth $500 on your favorite college gear on Fanatics.com. Plus on this website you can save on your Foster Farms favorites for game time snacking by getting coupons. I am pretty sure I spent 30 minutes trying to beat my husbands score. (Buzzer Beater game will run through 4/3/18.)
Here are my game day spread suggestions this year:
We eat a lot of ground turkey in our house as it is a much healthier alternative to beef. One of my favorite meals to make are Sloppy Joe’s because they are easy, filling and full of flavor. All you need a pack of Foster Farms Ground Turkey, 6oz. tomato paste, 1 1/4 cup water, seasoning mix and some hamburger buns.
I pair them with mini Foster Farms corn dogs and crispy strips! because I can dip them in the leftovers!
Foster Farms makes perfectly round chicken patties that only take 10-15 mins to cook in the oven. Slice up some ripe tomatoes and top it with some crisp lettuce. Now you have yourself a delicious lunch that can feed a whole family.
Crispy Strips and Mini Corn Dogs
If you like to dip, the Foster Farms Crispy Strips are big, textured, crispy and the perfect size for dipping. We use BBQ sauce, ranch dressing and blue cheese. These can even be cut in half for double the portion. They feed a large crowd so if you are having a party your guests will be all set.
Are you hungry yet? If you have filled out a bracket or joined a pool consider inviting some friends over for some game time grub. This spread should have you covered.
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13 thoughts on “Make Game Time Snacking A Slam Dunk With Foster Farms”
I like chicken parmesan
I like chicken enchilada casserole. A casserole is a great way to empty the cupboards and fridge of things that have been up there for a while.
I like chicken fettuccini.
Bread crumb and mayo covered chicken cooked in the oven.
I like to make No-Peeking chicken
Chicken cutlets or chicken cordon bleu is my favorite recipe
Fried chicken for me.
I love fried chicken the best. I subscribe to you on youtube as [email protected]
My favorite is one I found online where you put the chicken in the bottom, sour cream on top….swiss cheese slices…and smashed ritz crackers on top! They you put melted butter on top of the crackers…and pour chicken broth over it all and bake! It is soooo good!
chicken cordon bleu.
I love my homemade baked chicken enchiladas.
I love fried chicken but today I have chicken breasts and gravy cooking in the crock pot.
One of my favorite chicken recipes is a Coconut Milk Baked Chicken also really like Bourbon Chicken.