Win fans with these trophy-worthy World Cup snacks your guests will love. Even better, the recipes are so easy, you’ll be out of the kitchen and cheering on your favorite team faster than Ronaldo can score his first goal.
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Do nachos one better with our recipe for green-chile queso dip — just throw the ingredients in a pan and stir till warm. Pair with chips or baby carrots for no-fuss dippers.
Embrace the eats of World Cup host country Brazil by making Sandra Lee’s take on empanadas. These hand-held pastries stuffed with meat just got a whole lot easier thanks to refrigerated biscuit dough, shredded cheese, and jarred salsa. Score!
Concentrate on the game while chowing down on some old-school Chex mix. Make it up to two weeks ahead and store it in an airtight container (assuming you can resist eating it yourself for that long). Betty Crocker shares the recipe.
Cheer on the Land of the Free and the Home of the Brave with these classic (and easy-to-make!) sliders from Sandra Lee. Keeping snacks small lets guests try a bunch of different bites and keeps one hand free for high-fiving perfect plays.
Trade up from everyday guac and prep this chunky avocado salsa version instead. Serve with chips or quesadilla triangles (sprinkle shredded cheese on a a tortilla, top with another tortilla, and microwave till the cheese melts). Now go catch the game!