Win Over Your Clients with These Game Day Recipes

Football season can be an amazing time to make connections with old friends, current clients, and new prospects alike.

Whether you’re hosting your own viewing party or attending someone else’s, you’ll be surrounded by people who are ready to enjoy some tasty grub and bond over a shared love of the gridiron action.

These finger foods, savory snacks, and other delicious dishes will be a hit at any game day party. Simply make the recipe (or recipes) of your choice and print out the instructions to share with guests.

If you don’t have any parties on your calendar, don’t worry—you can always share these recipes with your followers on social media. (And, when you do, feel free to use any of the sample copy we’ve included below!)

Garden Herb Cheese Curds

Garden Herb Cheese Curbs

Sample copy: “You don’t have to be a Green Bay Packers fan to enjoy this take on a Wisconsin food staple.”

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Buffalo and Beer Wings

Buffalo and Beer Wings

Sample copy: Beer and buffalo wings are football season favorites for a reason—two great tastes that taste great together!

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Avocado Cilantro Deviled Eggs

Sample copy: “Serve this delicious twist on standard deviled eggs during the big game.”

 

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Grilled Sweet Potato Black Bean Nachos

Grilled Sweet Potato Black Bean Nachos

Sample copy: “Nachos are delicious, but they’re generally not considered “good for you.” This healthier take on traditional nachos will please your guests without all the guilt.”

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Cheesy BBQ Prosciutto Pizza

Cheesy BBQ Prosciutto Pizza

Sample copy: “Why order delivery when you can make this flavorful, filling pizza in your own kitchen?”

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Savory Monkey Bread

Savory Monkey Bread

Sample copy: “Monkey bread is always a big hit, and we can’t get enough of this cheesy version.”

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BBQ Cauliflower Bites

BBQ Cauliflower Bites

Sample copy: “You don’t have to be a vegetarian to enjoy this tasty appetizer.”

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Korean Fried Wings

Korean Fried Wings

Sample copy: “Looking for an alternative to the same old buffalo wings? Look no further.”

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Sweet Chili Garlic Baked Ham

Sweet Chili Garlic Baked HamSample copy: “Want a delicious dinner to serve after this weekend’s big game? Try this flavor-packed ham on for size.”

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Vegan Sloppy Joes

Vegan Sloppy Joes

Sample copy: “Lentils, seitan, and a plenty of spices make for a tasty meal your guests won’t soon forget.”

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Spicy Wings w/ Avocado Dipping Sauce

Spicy Wings with Avocado Dipping Sauce

Sample copy: “These wings are hot, but fear not: the avocado dipping sauce will take the edge off.”

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Extra Cheesy Short Rib Pizza

Extra Cheesy Short Rib Pizza

Sample copy: “Short ribs on pizza? Yup! Your guests won’t be able to get enough.”

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We hope these recipes help you network with old chums and new acquaintances—creating the kinds of connections that will keep your business top of mind and lead to countless deals in the months ahead.

Remember to follow up with everyone you talk to at your football season gatherings (as well as with anyone who likes, comments, or shares on social media). After all, regular communication with your clients is the key to more repeat transactions and referrals.

Looking for more great recipes to share with your social media followers? Visit americanlifestylemag.com/bites or starthealthy.com/food.

For printable recipe cards, scroll down and click the Free Download link.

Written by Kevin McElvaney

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