A Fun Way to Serve Game Day Chili!
What’s better for a cold winter’s day watching football then chili? When Old El Paso® and Budweiser® invited us to share our favorite game day recipe, I knew it had to be chili. But I put a little spin on it inspired by Old El Paso®. I transformed our favorite game day chili into into easy to serve appetizers that are crunchy and layered and delicious! Check ’em out…
Game Day Chili Cheese Boats – So Easy and Delicious!
I discovered that Old El Paso® Mini Soft Tortilla Taco Boats are perfect for making game day appetizers and snacks. Leave them soft or toast them to give ’em a little crunch. Add different meats or beans or any other combination of hearty ingredients. The possibilities are endless! And they’re easy to serve!
I picked up some Old El Paso® Mini Soft Tortilla Taco Boats, my chili ingredients, paper goods to make our family game day party cleanup easier, and some Bud Light Lime for Cliff and I from my local Walmart.
I sprayed ours with a little olive oil and sprinkled them with garlic salt before toasting in the oven.
It made them the perfect little edible containers for a scoop of chunky chili and sprinkle of cheddar cheese! (The full recipe for the chili is down below!)
I put them back in the oven just long enough for the cheese to melt on top. Then added some torn cilantro on top. Mmmmm!
Then the kids and Cliff and I munched on them while watching the football game. Cliff and I each enjoyed a Bud Light Lime, too. I’d say this family game day party was delicious!
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