43 football crock pot recipes that will help you stay out of the kitchen and in front of the football game and your friends. These football crock pot recipes are great for tailgating or bowl games.
Football crock-pot recipes are an easy and delicious way to feed your football fans. Before you go any further you need to check out my other favorite tailgating foods.
Calling all football fans!!! It is time to gather all your friends, do a bit of smack talking and cheer on your favorite team! But what is worse than a fumbled football? Spending time in the kitchen of course!
Game Day Crock Pot Chicken Recipes
- Slow Cooker Crack Chicken from Cookies and Cups
- Crock Pot Buffalo Chicken Dip - This restaurant quality easy Crockpot Buffalo Chicken dip is an affordable creamy cheesy dip, loaded with chicken and cooks with minimal effort and prep.
- Slow Cooker Turkey Wings - Cooking turkey wings in the Crockpot doesn’t get much easier! A slow cooker is the best way to achieve juicy fall-off-the-bone wings. Smother these in our gravy recipe if you wish!
- Chicken Alfredo Dip by Life With The Crust Cut Off
- Crockpot Chicken Tortilla Soup by Savoring The Good
- EASY CROCK POT SALSA VERDE CHICKEN by Diet Hood
- Slow Cooker Turkey Legs - made in the Crockpot and are perfect for fall-off the bone drumsticks. The drumsticks are tender and juicy. Serve these for Thanksgiving or any weeknight meal.
Football Crock Pot Beef Recipes
- Slow Cooker French Dip Sandwiches from Let's Dish Recipes
- Brown Sugar Meatballs - Crockpot meatballs are a simple 4-ingredient recipe that combines basic ingredients you have on hand to make an easy meal that’s tender, juicy and a fan favorite!Serve them as a meal or as an appetizer for a party – you’ll have everyone asking for more!
- Slow Cooker Guinness French Dip Sandwiches by Baked By Rachel
- CROCK POT CHEESEBURGER SOUP by Life In The Lofthouse
- Crockpot Grape Jelly Meatballs - You only need 3 ingredients to make these family favorite Slow Cooker Grape Jelly Meatballs. The perfect appetizer for cocktail parties, game day, and potlucks.
Football Crock Pot Pork Recipes
- Easy Crockpot Pulled Pork Sandwiches - Boston butt cooked in a slow cooker or Crock-Pot will make the most delicious pulled pork. Make this recipe for crock pot pulled pork at the beginning of the week as part of your weekly meal plan.
- DR. PEPPER SLOW COOKER PULLED PORK RECIPE by Spending With Pennies
- Cuban Mojo Pork - Use your crockpot to help make the best Cuban mojo pork recipe! A pork shoulder marinated in a blend of citrus juices, garlic, cumin, cilantro, olive oil and oregano.
- Crockpot Lil Smokies - coated in a flavorful savory bbq sauce are the best quick and easy appetizers for game day parties, holiday parties, or when you need a delicious snack to make with simple ingredients!
Football Crock Pot Hot Drink Recipes
- APPLE CIDER BOURBON WHISKEY COCKTAIL by Growing Up Gabel
- Crock Pot Vanilla Latte by Kitchen Treaty
- Slow Cooker Recipe – Cranberry Apple Cider from The 36th Avenue
Football Crock Pot Warm Dip Recipes
- Sweet Onion “Crack-Dip” Recipe from White On Rice Couple
- SLOW COOKER SPICY CORN DIP from Gal On A Mission
- Spinach Artichoke Dip - insanely easy and delicious dip recipe. It’s warm and cheesy and makes the ultimate game day or party appetizer that can easily be made in advance!
- SLOW COOKER CHICKEN FAJITA DIP from Boys Ahoy
- HOT REUBEN DIP from Recipe Girl
- Velveeta Cheese Dip - This quick and easy Rotel sausage cream cheese dip is a crowd pleaser and has the perfect balance of heat, meat and spice. Rotel dip made in a crockpot is the ultimate appetizer for game day and couldn't be easier to make.
- Bacon Spinach Artichoke Dip - the best cheesy appetizer for any occasion. This dish is served warm and loaded with cream cheese, Parmesan, mozzarella, and no mayo.
Other great Football Crock Pot Recipes ~
- Easy Crockpot Pulled Pork Sandwiches
- Crockpot Chicken Corn Soup
- Crockpot Chicken Tortilla Soup
- Crockpot Lasagna
published December 22, 2015
👩🏻🍳 Sarah Mock
Sarah Mock is a classically trained Chef and graduate of Johnson & Wales University. A culinary blogger for 14 years Sarah helps the home cook prepare her recipes with professional results.
I bought a crock pot three years ago and haven't used it yet. This is as good of an excuse as any to take it out of the box!