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Create the most delicious buffalo chicken wrap EVER with this Buffalo Chicken slow cooker recipe and Stonefire Naan. It’s the perfect choice for your Game Day party food.
I love getting together with family and friends to bond over football. However, I used to really stress out when it was my turn to host the Game Day party. One time, I stayed so busy cooking in the kitchen that I didn’t get to see any of the game! It was frustrating. I decided that with a little bit of advance planning and preparation, I could throw a Game Day party that basically runs by itself.
Guess what? I was right. It’s totally possible to host a Game Day party without the stress. I’m sharing some of my best Game Day Party tips below. Follow them and everything will come together in no time. You can have your party and spend time watching the Big Game along with everybody else.
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My family looks forward to the Big Game every year. Watching the game is the #1 priority, and eating lots of good food is a very close second. Buffalo Chicken is always a winning pick at our house.
For this year’s Big Game party, I am making easy and delicious Buffalo Chicken Wraps with Stonefire Naan. Stonefire’s authentic flatbread is soft, tasty and perfect for making wraps.
7 Tips for Hosting a Totally Fun Game Day Party (Without the Stress)
These Game Day party tips will help you get your Game Day party prepped ahead of time, so you can enjoy watching the Big Game with your guests.
Tip #1: Use simple decorations that make a big impact. A football field green tablecloth, football-shaped paper plates and Game Day napkins pull your Game Day Party theme together. Need a quick and easy DIY banner? Put some of the Game Day themed napkins spaced about an inch or two apart along a string, and hang it by the party table.
Tip #2: Prep foods like fresh vegetables, dips and desserts a day or two ahead of time. That way, when you are ready to set out the party food, all you will need to do is put it on a serving plate.
Tip #3: Let your slow cooker do all the hard work. Not only will it cook the food, it will keep it warm for your guests throughout the entire party. My Buffalo Chicken Wrap recipe (above) is a real crowd-pleaser.
Tip #4: Set up a buffet style party table for all the party food and drinks. Let your guests grab a plate and serve themselves.
Tip #5: Create a Self-Serve Soda Station by setting out cups, ice, a variety of sodas, and flavored syrups. Everyone loves to mix their own drinks!
Tip #6: Make sure all your guests have a decent view of the game. Move furniture, add extra chairs and/or floor pillows to provide additional seating if necessary.
Tip #7: Don’t be afraid to ask for help, especially if you are expecting a large crowd. Let people bring their favorite Game Day appetizers or snacks. The more, the merrier!
Bonus Tip: Accept all offers to help with the after party clean-up.
PIN this Buffalo Chicken Wrap!
I hope my Buffalo Chicken Wrap recipe and Game Day party tips help you get ready for the Big Game! Find Stonefire Naan at your local grocery stores including Publix, Ralph’s, Ahold and Giant. Remember to save on Stonefire with this $1 off Stonefire Naan coupon. Please visit the Stonefire website for more delicious recipes.
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