12 Terrific Tailgating Potluck Recipes
Having people over to watch football is the perfect opportunity for a potluck. Fan favorites like deviled eggs, slow-cooked barbecue, and stuffed jalapeños are all dishes that serve well in this casual setting. Get started with these 12 recipes that will get you fired up for tailgating and the game that follows.
Potluck Pepperoni Bread
Four ingredients are all you need to make this ultra cheesy and savory dish. Serve with a side of marinara for dipping.
Red Skinned Potato Salad
Crispy bacon, rich eggs, and creamy mayo make this potato salad a stand-out recipe. User BAKERYBUFF says, "I have made lots of potato salad in my time, and this one is one of the best!"
Sweet Restaurant Slaw
If you're a sweet slaw fan, then this should be the recipe for your next tailgate. "Delicious cole slaw! Creamy and sweet, just the way I like it," says user Kaye Lynn.
Bacon Cheddar Deviled Eggs
What's better than deviled eggs? Deviled eggs with cheddar and bacon. Pipe the yolk filling into the empty whites with a frosting tip for an extra impressive presentation.
Slow Cooker Texas Pulled Pork
Sausage Stuffed Jalapeños
This recipe highlights spicy peppers, creamy cheese, and hearty sausage for a filling appetizer. "Loved these," says user philpot3. "So simple and definitely a new favorite!"
Seven Layer Taco Dip
Get a heavenly bite of all your Tex-Mex favorites with this layered dip. There's no cooking required, so you can whip the recipe out quickly.
Breaded Chicken Fingers
Twice Baked Potato Casserole With Bacon
Skip the effort of double-stuffing individual potatoes, and instead make this equally delicious casserole. "My husband said they were the best potatoes EVER," says user Angie Morris.
Slider-Style Mini Burgers
Super easy and tasty, these mini burgers rely on a package of French onion soup for an irresistible flavor.
Seven Layer Bars
Just like Grandma used to make! These sweet bars contain indulgent layers of coconut, chocolate, butterscotch, and more.
Corn Dog Casserole
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