Mar
20

March Madness Munchies

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So, you can’t catch a flight to see the NCAA games up close and personal at one of the venues across the country, but you’ll be watching in the comfort of your own faux leather recliner – your bracket clutched tightly in one hand, an ice-cold beverage in the other. Why not up the ante, so to speak, and make the home-watching experience as memorable as some of the March Madness moments that are sure to come over the next few weeks?

We scoured our favorite food inspiration sites and found some new ways to celebrate bracket wins on an extremely full belly.

Game-on snacks – Here are 50 ideas (yes, 50) for some easy starters for your gathering. Don’t forget the chips!

Photo Courtesy of Hungry Happenings

Photo Courtesy of Hungry Happenings

Mini CheeseburgersA little involved, but we love the thematic element. Plus, you just can’t go wrong when potatoes and cheeseburgers are mentioned in the same sentence.

Photo Courtesy of FoodNetwork.com

Photo Courtesy of FoodNetwork.com

Indulgent Mac ‘n Cheese – Feeding a crowd? Check out Pioneer Woman’s recipe for mac ‘n cheese with some indulgent fixings. P.S. “Ice-cold beverage” could also mean chilled Chardonnay, which is a great pairing with mac ‘n cheese.

Photo Courtesy of MarthaStewart.com

Photo Courtesy of MarthaStewart.com

Don’t Forget Dessert The dessert “bar” is open for business! Deliciously sweet one-pan dessert bars equal minimal fuss. And in our book, that’s a slam dunk.

Tell us about your go-to snacks during March Madness.

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