16 recipe ideas for game nights
Yes, Super Bowl or hockey nights are about the game, but they’re also all about the snacks.
Let’s face it, finger food is often the main attraction. Simply lay the dishes out on the living room table or throw ’em on the counter, and let people graze as they watch. No matter the outcome of the game, with these dishes, you’ll be a winner.
We’re kicking it old school with my nonna’s pan sheet pizza recipe!
A classic North American lunch that can be found from coast to coast. Who doesn’t love a classic? And by using our ready-to-cook meatballs, you’ll almost feel like you’re being served — it’s that quick and easy.
Every good chef has a recipe for ribs; if you don’t have yours, this is my gift to you! It’s a dish that’s as easy to make with friends, as it is to eat with them. If they ask you, you don’t have to say it’s from us, it’ll be our little secret.
Après-ski or post-match meal? Chili. It’s cold outside? Chili. Having friends over? Chili. With the slow cooker, you can prepare everything in the morning and leave it to cook all day so it’s ready for dinner. And if you’re eating in front of the TV, enjoy it with your favourite tortilla chips or served in tacos!
These sliders are guaranteed fun, just make sure you have enough! You tell us which is easier: making them or devouring them.
This hot dip is the solution to hosting, while keeping it simple. All you have to do is mix it up and put it in the oven. As simple as that and even better than you think!
Spicy honey on pizza? Oh yes! Especially a pepperoni and cheese pizza. An amazing combination of sweet and spicy. Once you go pepperoni, cheese, and spicy honey, you never go back!
The inspiration for this recipe came to us from our good friend Marc Vetri and is now served at our pizzeria, Gema. A masterpiece to make at home with mortadella & pistachio pesto on our tomato and cheese pizza.
Giardiniera is a condiment that can enhance almost any dish. Add this crunchy, vinegary vegetable mix to our sausage and bell pepper pizza to add a little oumph to your happy hour or game night.
Don’t let the name intimidate you! Our Alsatian pie is so easy to make and perfect for sharing as a starter. Crumbled sausage, shortcrust pastry, and our secret ingredient: Alfredo sauce.
Calzone comes from the regions of Calabria and Puglia in southern Italy. When they made pizza, they didn’t want to throw anything away, so they used the leftover pizza dough to make calzones. This dish was sold as street food, because it’s very easy to eat on the go.
Whether it’s an impromptu party or one that’s been planned for a long time, the sausages are up for the challenge. Encourage your guests to add their own toppings to make it their own, that’s half of the fun.
It’s simple: it’s impossible to say no to macaroni. Especially macaroni and cheese. Try it and see!
These crispy, cheese-filled meatballs served with our marinara sauce are a finger-food twist on the Italian classic. Made easy thanks to our ready meatballs and bursting with gooey mozzarella, this fried version is a perfect for your next game night!
Can’t go wrong with this classic appetizer! Super simple to make, comes together in no time and is a crowd pleaser. What’s not to like?
These pizza baguettes are just what’s in order for those nights when you running out of time or just don’t feel like cooking. They come together in minutes and are (almost) as good as the real thing without the hassle of making your own pizza dough.