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The NCAA Tournament kicks off its Sweet Sixteen round on the 27th, with schools battling to win the title of top men’s college basketball team this year. Four days of games means there’s plenty of opportunity for snacking. But how do you decide what to make?
In the spirit of basketball and brackets, we put together the ultimate game day snacks bracket: 16 delicious, basketball-approved meals, battling it out for snack food supremacy.
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We created four categories — meat, dips, vegetarian, and quick snacks. You’ll find classics like Buffalo wings, chips, guacamole, and mozzarella sticks. But there are a few surprises too (the “Cinderellas,” if you will) — a seasonal take on game day fare in the form of asparagus pizza, or a spinach-artichoke dip that gets crafty (and healthy!) by adding kale and chard to the creamy, cheesy mix.
We broke down all of the matchups, comparing the pros and cons of each dish (trying to find a problem with sweet potato chips is hard work!), but left the real challenge to you: who comes out on top?
Guacamole versus Louisiana Crab Dip
Guacamole is always a crowd-pleaser: it's fresh, bright, and infinitely scoopable. But you could argue that it's a little "been there, done that" in the face of bubbling hot Louisiana crab dip — creamy, cheesy and laden with bites of sweet crab.
Greens and Artichoke Dip versus 7-Layer Dip
The traditional spinach-artichoke dip gets a healthier twist with the addition of Swiss chard and kale. But is it enough to top the layers of beans, guacamole, salsa, cheese and more in this loaded 7-layer dip?
Buffalo Wings versus Swedish Meatballs
The all-time classic, Buffalo wings, faces off in all its fiery, meaty glory against the upstart Swedish meatballs. While wings are almost synonymous with games, don’t discount the meatballs: they’re easier to make, less messy to eat, and lend a bit of class to your basketball-watching parties.
Beef chili versus Fried Chicken Tenders
Fried chicken tenders are the ultimate finger food (and very kid-friendly), but chili has the advantage of being extremely easy to make — and perfect for making ahead. Could there be a smoky, spicy, cumin-laced upset in the air?
Mozzarella Sticks versus Asparagus Pizza:
Though asparagus pizza features early spring's most beloved vegetable, mozzarella sticks, with their cheesy crunchiness (and the always-welcome side of marinara sauce) are a tough opponent to beat.
Stuffed Sweet Potato Skins versus Chipotle Panko Poppers
Both these sweet potato skins and jalapeño poppers feature the zesty flavors of the Southwest. But that jalapeño heat does create the perfect excuse to drink more beer.
Sweet Potato Chips versus Jumpin’ Chickpeas
Chips are impossible to stay away from, and they get a bit classed up when they’re made with sweet potatoes. These skillet-roasted chickpeas match the chips’ crunchy, crispy addictiveness. Upset alert! They’re healthy too.
Candied Spiced Mixed Nuts versus Mayan Snack Mix
This snack mix features corn chips, cheese crackers, crunchy cereal, and a genius secret ingredient: taco seasonings. There are no surprises in this candied nut mix, just a tried-and-true combination of sweet and savory that is hard to resist.
March Madness snack bracket
Stew Leonard, the president and CEO of Stew Leonard's Farm Fresh Grocers, shows us how to make a Buffalo chicken stuffed-loaf for your game time snack.
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Easy Snacks and Appetizer Recipes to Get You Through March Madness
March Madness is almost upon us. Pretty soon, all that anyone will be talking about will be their brackets, betting pools, and viewing parties. But you know what I’ll be talking about? I’ll be talking about (and figuring out) easy snack recipes and gluten free appetizers. I mean, you can’t have March Madness viewing parties without finger food, right? What would be the point of that?
This year, I’m planning on treating March Madness like a drawn out Super Bowl party. I’m going to try a bunch of different gluten free snacks and appetizers just because I can. Snacking is a good way to pass the time if the game that’s currently playing is super boring or if you’re nervous about a certain team moving on. Stuffing your face is a great way to either pass the time or calm down. I’m assuming that, this year, I’ll be wanting to do both.
March 15th is “Selection Sunday,” meaning that you need to have your easy snack recipes and assorted appetizers figured out and ready to go because if there’s one thing I’ve learned over the past few years it’s that March Madness moves pretty fast and so does your food (even if it’s gluten-free).
Below is my snack and appetizer roster for March Madness. Though these foods may be gluten-free, they taste great. Friends with conventional eating habits and no dietary restrictions will never notice that these foods (including the chips and dips) are gluten-free. I promise.
March Madness menu makeover: Eat healthy and keep the flavor
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- March Madness is here, along with all the fun parties and requisite snacking. But unlike the Super Bowl, the NCAA tournament runs through the month so you better make some healthy tweaks to the typical party snacks. Bay Area mom, healthy eating advocate and author of the 52 New Foods Challenge Jennifer Tyler Lee shares some creative ideas and recipes that will make your March Madness Menu a winner.
Lee's game plan is simple:
1. Make healthy subs
2. Give yourself a pre-game assist
3. Box out sugar
Making healthy subs is easy. Instead of the typical party platter that contains fatty ranch dip and chips, you can offer up hummus for dipping colorful vegetables and roasted chickpeas that give you that satisfying crunch along wit healthy fats, fiber, carbohydrates and lots of vitamins and minerals.
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Give yourself a pre-game assist by making one dish in advance. That way, you get more time with your guests and actually watching the games. One great choice is chili, because it keeps well, gets more flavorful with time and can be personalized easily. You can make a pot that's vegetarian, and add chorizo for guests who prefer meat.
To box out sugar, start by reducing the sugar you drink. Sodas may be a party staple, but you can replace them with flavored or bubbly water while adding team spirit with fresh fruit-topped drink sticks. For dessert, you can serve an oatmeal cookie that is high in fiber but low in sugar, thanks to the addition of apple sauce.
With Lee's simple game plan, your March Madness party can be less stressful and more healthful. That's something to cheer for!
20 March Madness Party Food Ideas
Get ready for game-day with these 20 March Madness Party Food Ideas. Your friends and family will be wishing for overtime just to stay and eat their bracket busted sorrows away.
Originally played with peach baskets and a soccer style ball, food and basketball made a well-matched team from the beginning. At Hungry Happenings I have some creative and delicious basketball-themed ways to combine the two!
Your crowd will have a ball with this bean dip and tortilla chips that you can decorate almost as fast as you can say “Dribble” to look like basketballs.
These cookies look like basketballs but hide a sweet surprise inside that’s sure to score points with your sports fans!
These slider-sized turkey, provolone cheese, caramelized onion, and roasted red pepper sandwiches are slam-dunk big on flavor.
Blackened Turkey Basketball SlidersThese savory lollipops are the perfect addition to your March Madness munchies.
Meatball Lasagna LollipopsYou can cure even a court-sized hunger with a few of these mini cheeseburgers that are topped with a cheesy basketball surprise.
So easy that even your littlest basketball fans can help in the kitchen, these snacks are fun to make and eat!
Super Simple March Madness SnackFrom Kitchen Fun with My Three Sons, here’s another fun, easy, and healthy snack for your team to create and enjoy!
Final Four Easy Basketball Snack
Whip up these quesadillas with guacamole served in a cute basket cup from Worth Pinning and SWISH! You’ll score the winning point!
These basketball bites from Sandra Denneler at She Knows are full of calzone flavor and are fun to dunk and eat.
Made from Oreos, these white chocolate coated cookies from 2 Wired 2 Tired are a sweet tooth’s basketball dream team.
Earn plenty of brownie points with these sundaes built to beat the buzzer from Beneath My Heart.
Chocolate and peanut butter make the perfect team in this dessert dip from Crazy for Crust.
Reese’s Peanut Butter Basketball DipClick on the link below for step-by-step instructions on how to make these basketball cookie confections from The Sweet Adventures of Sugarbelle.
Basketball Goal Cookies
Your game watching party will be mad about these easy to make basketball snack trays from She Knows.
Basketball Themed Snack Trays
Here’s a “basketball” with a cheesy twist from My Crazy Blessed Life.
Basketball Cheese Ball
Basketball great Shaquille O’Neal refueled after every high school game with this mac and cheese – his great grandmother’s recipe which he shared with the American Grandparents Association.
Shaq’s Macaroni and Cheese
Score a big slam-dunk when you serve this simple and delicious lasagna dinner from I Dig Pinterest to your star team.
Slam-Dunk Easy Lasagna Dinner
You’re sure to score the extra point with these Rice Krispie treats from Come Together Kids.
Basketball Rice Krispie Treats
You’ll say whoopie for these yummy “hoopie pies” from Cookin’ Cowgirl.
Need something sweet for your fans fast? These basketball cookies from Lisa Storms will hit the sweet spot in a hurry.
Served as a pie or as these cute one-serving shooters, instructions for both ways to serve this luscious Butterfinger dessert can be found at Play. Party. Pin.
These cake balls from Candiquik are one-bite-wonders!
Basketball Cake Balls
This easy to decorate basketball cake from Growing Up Gabel would be a perfect addition to your game watching party.
Reese’s Pieces Basketball Cake
Score big with these delectable cupcakes from Worth Pinning.
You’ll go March mad for these chocolate and peanut butter truffles from Roxana’s Home Baking.
Reese’s Peanut Butter and Chocolate Truffle Basketballs
March Munchie Madness Snack Recipes!
March is already here (seriously, where does the time go?) which brings along with it the beginning of Spring and the return of nice weather, spring break, and of course, the yearly NCAA men’s college basketball tournament! In anticipation of these events, come check out the below recipes for some delicious March Munchie Madness snacks to go along with pretty much any springtime activity! Whether on your own or sharing with friends, these tasty snacks are really quick and easy to make and involve ingredients and tools most enthusiasts already have in their kitchens.
Be sure to follow the link below for a few more recipes to try. Since these recipes are not exactly health food, make sure you snack responsibly and above all, enjoy in moderation!
March is full of holidays that celebrate various forms of munchable treats. No strangers to the munchies, the team at Marijuana.com thought it would be fun to use these holidays as inspiration for easy-yet-delicious creations even the most beginner of home cooks can make. The most complicated thing we used to assemble these munchie delights was a microwave.
You don’t need to be a Michelin star chef to pay homage to National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day, National Cereal Day, Popcorn Lover’s Day or National Potato Chip Day. Just grab some simple ingredients and enjoy! Also, shout out to Lucky Charms, who set the cereal consumer world atwitter this week by announcing the addition of a unicorn charm to replace the hourglass.
Peanut Butter Drizzled Kettle CornPeanut Butter Drizzled Popcorn to celebrate National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day and Popcorn Lover’s Day. Photo by Stephen Panosian
What you’ll need:
2 Cups Popcorn
1 Tbsp Peanut Butter
Small Bowl (for the peanut butter)
Put the popcorn in a bowl. Scoop 2 Tbsp of peanut butter into the small bowl. Heat in the microwave for 15 seconds. Stir. Heat for another 10 seconds. Using a spoon, drizzle the peanut butter over the popcorn and let cool. The peanut butter will return to its usual consistency upon cooling.
Lucky Charms Yogurt BowlLucky Charms Yogurt Bowl to celebrate National Cereal Day. Photo by Stephen Panosian
What you’ll need:
2 Cups Cherry Greek Yogurt
1 Cup Lucky Charms Cereal
Pour the cherry yogurt into the bowl. Add a layer of Lucky Charms. Add another layer of yogurt. And another layer of Lucky Charms. That’s it. That’s all you have to do.
20 Slow-Cooker Recipes to Whip Up During March Madness
I consider myself a sports fan. I like watching sports. But really, what I like about the whole ordeal isn’t the games themselves, but the beer and snacks that tend to accompany them. And if you’re still on the fence about the whole sports thing, I know of a few truly delicious March Madness slow-cooker recipes that might just change your mind.
While I don’t religiously follow teams or work my schedule around the playoffs, I do have pretty strong feelings about game day snacks. Namely that every spread needs a good mix of sweet and savory snacks and there should be at least one thing that can count as a legitimate meal. And when it comes to the weeks-long event that is March Madness, slow-cooker recipes are always a safe bet.
See, when you’re watching daily games through the week, it’s likely you won’t have time to spend hours making snacks in the kitchen beforehand. This isn’t football season, where most of the action is packed into Sunday afternoon, giving you ample time to prepare. March Madness is like a viewing marathon for basketball fans, which means snacks need to be made at the ready—and still tasty.
Whether you’re hosting or headed elsewhere, the 20 March Madness slow-cooker recipes below will be guaranteed hits. Go on, give the people who don’t actually care about sports something to get excited about.
Courtesy of Le Creme De La Crumb.
20 Healthy Snacks and Appetizers for Your March Madness Party
If I haven’t convinced you enough already, I’m a big fan of March Madness! Now that I own a home, I really hope that we can serve as a place for entertainment! I’ve been working on stepping up my game in the cooking department for months, so this is the perfect opportunity for meto try some delicious, healthy recipes to enjoy with my family and friends. Any of these appetizers, side dishes, or main courses would be a sure hit while watching one of the dozens of games that will be playing over the next few weeks! Check out the recipes below for some inspiration….Selection Sunday will be here before you know it!
You don’t have to be vegan to enjoy these dishes that are packed with flavor!
Crackers and Trail Mixes:
Sometimes it’s nice just to grab some crackers for a simple snack! Check out these creative recipes!
Dips & Hummus:
I love a good dip, don’t you? Here are some awesome healthy dip and hummus recipes!
Easy Taco Dip from Just Simply Samantha
Snacks & Sides:
There’s something for everyone in this selection of delicious, healthy side dishes and snacks!
Homemade Pizza Logs from Sweet and Strong Blog
Cauliflower Hummus Bites from Food Pleasure and Health
If you’re looking for a main dish to serve for Selection Sunday, I’ve got you covered with these amazing recipes!
What is your favorite type of snack for game day? Have you ever made a bracket for March Madness?
16 Slam-Dunk March Madness Snacks
After you’ve got all your brackets filled out, it’s time to focus on the fun finger foods you’ll be noshing on during the games. From pigs in a blanket to supernatural brownies, these March madness snacks will make all your hungry fans happy — win or lose.
The vegetables in this salsa recipe are roasted, intensifying the flavor of the tomatoes, mellowing the onions and garlic, and adding a touch of smokiness.
Loaded with spicy pulled rotisserie chicken and ungodly amounts of cheese, these chicken nachos are hearty and satisfying – and everyone is happy when you say, “Nachos for dinner!”
Think of this Asian-style hot crab dip with crispy wonton chips as a deconstructed crab rangoon.
These toasty, golden, and caramel-y Rice Krispie Treats are made with brown butter and a secret ingredient.
Parboiled, spiced, and roasted in a high-heat oven, these baked wings are extra crispy and packed with flavor.
These Sriracha deviled eggs are truly devilish and pop-in-your-mouthable.
With a chocolate cookie crust, peanut butter filling, and milk chocolate topping, these chocolate peanut butter squares are impossible to resist.
Made with cocktail sausages and puff pastry, these fancy pigs in a blanket are a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.
Easy to make and good for you, this classic guacamole is the only guac recipe you’ll ever need.
You’d never guess these outrageously good peanut butter cookies are made from just 5 ingredients.
These Southern-style ham and cheese sliders are doused in a tangy butter, mustard and poppy seed sauce. It’s impossible to eat just one!
This creamy, spicy Buffalo chicken dip has all the flavor of Buffalo wings, but without all the mess.
This is my favorite beef jerky recipe, and it’s easy to make without any special equipment.
These quesadillas are filled with gooey melted cheddar, shredded chicken and a smoky chipotle-tomato sauce.
If you like Thin Mints®, you’ll love these chunky mint chocolate chip cookies.
Fudgy in the center and cakey-crisp on the surface, these brownies from pastry chef Nick Malgieri are truly out of this world.
March madness sandwich platter
Turkey Breast Slider Ingredients:
10 slices Dietz & Watson Santa Fe Turkey Breast, thin sliced
5 slices Dietz & Watson Pepper Jack Cheese
1 pint Pico de Gallo (5 plum tomatoes, quartered, flesh removed, diced, 1/4 peeled red onion, finely diced, 1 jalapeno pepper, seeded, finely diced, 2 tbsp chopped fresh cilantro, juice of one lime, 2 tbsp Dietz & Watson Hoagie Dressing, salt and pepper to taste/ mix all ingredients)
Roast Beef Slider Ingredients:
10 slices Dietz & Watson London Broil Roast Beef
5 slices Dietz & Watson Baby Swiss Cheese
1 tbsp Dietz & Watson Horseradish Sauce