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Better CT: Easy Game Day Recipes

The Big Game is fast approaching and Lifestyle Expert Limor Suss is sharing some easy peasy recipes to help you score big for Game Day!

Game Day Dip

No Game Day is complete without some dip! You don't have to make a complicated dip. Limor made a homemade Garlic Aioli dip and paired it with Zucchini Fries.

To heat the Birds Eye Vegetable's Zucchini fries, just pop them into the air fryer for 10 minutes at 400 degrees.

For the Garlic Aioli, add 1 cup of mayo, 3 flash frozen cubes of Dorot Garden's Crushed Garlic, 2.5 teaspoons of lime, salt, and pepper. Mix and season to taste!

You can even go all out and put the zucchini fries into little fry baskets! To get the full recipe, click here!


Of course no Game Day spread is complete without some appetizers! Limor made a super simple yet unique appetizer - French Onion Bites!

All you need are Dorot Garden's Glazed Onions, Jarlsberg cheese (or any cheese like Swiss or Gruyere), and Athen's Phyllo Cups.

Just preheat your oven to 375 degrees, lay out the Athens Phyllo Cups, add the Dorot Gardens Glazed Onions and cheese to the phyllo cups, and bake for 10 minutes!

It's a fun take on French Onion and a great healthier option! Get the full recipe here!

"Main" Meal

Everyone knows that a Game Day spread consists on a bunch of foods. If you're looking for a dish that's a bit heartier, these Buffalo Chicken Sliders will be a winner!

Things You'll Need: 12 rolls dinner rolls, 3 cups of shredded mozzarella cheese (or your favorite cheese), 4 cups of rotisserie chicken, shredded, ¾ cup of hot sauce, 1 cup of ranch dressing, 1 cup of buffalo dressing, and 2 tablespoons melted butter.

How To Make: Slice the pack of dinner rolls in half, being sure to keep the rolls connected as a single units as they are split into tops and bottoms. Remove the top and place the bottom section in a baking dish. Sprinkle the bottom with about 1 cup of the shredded mozzarella cheese. Make sure it's evenly coated, which will prevent the rolls from becoming soggy. Top the cheese with the shredded rotisserie chicken. Drizzle hot sauce and ranch dressing over the chicken and spread out evenly. Top with remaining mozzarella cheese. Place the top half of the rolls on top. Brush the top of the rolls with melted butter. In a 350 degree oven, bake for about 10 minutes or until the cheese is melty and the rolls are heated. Remove from oven, cool slightly before transferring to a cutting board. Using a knife, follow the lines of the rolls and cut them into 12 sliders.

It might sound intimidating but Limor promises it's not! It's super easy to make and will be a pleaser! Click here for the full recipe.


A spread has to include dessert! And of course, it has to be Football-shaped! Limor made these delicious Football-Pops that will be "pop-ular"!

You'll need: Stuffed Puffs marshmallows, chocolate melts, white icing, sticks, and a crock pot.

In order to make these, you'll need to heat your crockpot and add the chocolate melts. While you're waiting for them to heat, add sticks into your marshmallows. Once the chocolate is melty and gooey, dip all the marshmallows into the chocolate and lay them on wax paper. Place them in the fridge to harden, for about an hour. Then draw on the football laces with white icing and wait for the icing to harden.

Limor loves Stuffed Puff marshmallows because they have a creamy, sweet, milk chocolate core, which makes for an even sweeter bite! Check out the full recipe here!

What recipes are you making for Game Day? Share them with us on Instagram @limorloves!

Disclaimer: Dorot Gardens and Stuffed Puffs are sponsors of LS Media Inc, which owns!


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