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Amazing Three-Ingredient Game-Day Snacks (Slideshow)

Amazing Three-Ingredient Game-Day Snacks (Slideshow)


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Game day just got a whole lot easier with these super-easy snacks

If you’re looking for a snack that can double as an easy game-day meal, sloppy joes are perfect. We like this recipe because it calls for just three ingredients and is ready in under a half an hour.

Sloppy Joes

If you’re looking for a snack that can double as an easy game-day meal, sloppy joes are perfect. We like this recipe because it calls for just three ingredients and is ready in under a half an hour.

Carrot Slaw

This crunchy three-ingredient side dish is great on top of sandwiches, burgers, and hot dogs too. Don’t have carrots on hand? Try shredded cabbage instead.

Dry Rub

No one will believe you added so much flavor to your wings, ribs, or grilled chicken with just three ingredients. This dry rub is a game day game-changer.

Snack Mix

This recipe technically calls for more than three ingredients but, because you’re simply combining your favorite snack foods, you could easily trim it down to three.

Brisket

Perfect for game-day sliders, this super-easy brisket recipe has tons of flavor from the canned soup and dry soup mix packet. Just combine your three ingredients in an oven-safe baking dish, pop the dish in the oven, and then forget about it. The brisket will be tender and flavorful in about four hours.

Garlic-Herb Dip

With just two ingredients, this tangy dip wins the game-day MVP award. Simply combine goat cheese and garlic herb dressing for an easy and flavorful dip for chips or crudité.

Teriyaki Meatballs

Simmering frozen meatballs in tangy teriyaki sauce makes them super moist and flavorful. You could serve these meatballs on rolls for a twist on the traditional meatball sub but they’re delicious as-is. All you really need to do is stick a toothpick in each one for an easy, portable snack.

Peanut Butter Cookies

These classic cookies come together with just three ingredients. If you want to make them more festive, try shaping them into footballs before baking them. Then, instead of using a fork to make a cross-hatch pattern, press a few lines in the top to mimic the lacing on a football.



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