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Looking for awesome eats for your fantasy football draft party?
With the excitement of another football season comes the pastime of the fantasy football draft. And with the fantasy football draft comes (if you do it right) a kickass party everyone looks forward to each year.
Now, whether you’re a man or woman and no matter if you have a family or not, I’ve compiled a great list of delicious food for your party. I mention family because not everyone is lucky enough to get an entire night away for a fantasy football draft. So, these awesome eats for your fantasy football draft party will be a hit with the kids as well!
Time to eat up! And, hey, make sure you do your research on your picks too.
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Found from Home Made Interest
Yum! Who doesn’t love sliders? And I’m personally a huge fan of meatballs, so I’m salivating just looking this as I type. Very easy recipe here provided for us from Kat and Melinda at Home Made Interest.
Found from Sweet C’s Designs
Loaded nacho fries. Think about that. Sounds like an appetizer worthy of any sports bar, so it must be delicious. And I’m such a sucker for good fries, which is one of the reasons I run! Thanks to Sweet C’s Designs your draft party can partake as well.
Found from Tammilee Tips
These lit’l smokies look so good! They could probably serve as the one and only course — and be very filling for everyone. But, who wants to just one choice of food at a fantasy football draft party? Come on.
Found from Mom on Timeout
Cheese balls are always a staple at parties we throw. Our families just love them. This one from Trish at Mom on Timeout looks just incredible! What a great idea.
Mom (or Dad) can definitely take a timeout after putting this thing together.
Found from Lil’ Luna
So, I’m such a meatball fan that I included another recipe involving meatballs — and I think it’s fitting. Plus, it’s so easy to prepare. Thanks to Kristyn from Lil’ Luna for showing us how!
Hey, these are some pretty delicious options for your fantasy football draft party. Wouldn’t you agree? Plus, they’re easy to prepare and won’t break the bank.
Parties are touch to put on and can be expensive. Don’t blow the family’s monthly budget by overspending and killing yourselves.
These foods can be easily supplemented with healthy snacks like a fruit or veggie plate. You also make one or two and order a pizza as well. So, there are great ideas here to keep things fun and frugal!
Now, if you can just figure out your draft picks …
So, what are you serving at your fantasy football draft party? I’d love to hear about it. Just tell us in the comments. Oh, and if you’re doing it frugally, bonus points!