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My Favorite Ravens Game Day Snacks

Check out these ideas for tasty snacks to enjoy while you cheer on the Ravens this Sunday.

Last week Patch told you where in , and while all of those places are still a good option, this week the game is a little more intense. With just 60 minutes standing between the Ravens and the Super Bowl, you may need to watch the game from home and not in a big crowd.

If that is the case, then try some of these great game-time snacks that will go perfectly with a Ravens victory.

Make your own pizza bagel bites:
Grab some mini bagels, some Ragu pizza sauce and some mozzarella cheese. Slice the bagels, lather on some sauce and sprinkle the cheese on top. Let them broil in the oven for a few minutes, and keep checking them until the cheese melts. For extra tasty bagels try adding toppings. My personal favorite topping is green peppers, but you could also add some pepperoni.

Buffalo Chicken Dip:
A crowd-pleaser during football season, Buffalo chicken dip is a great addition to any football watching affair. Cut up three large pieces of cooked chicken and mix them with 1/4 cup of hot sauce, 1 cup ranch dressing, and a package of cream cheese over medium heat. Add a cup of cheddar cheese and mix until everything is well blended. Pour the mixture into a casserole dish and put it in the over at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until it is bubbling. Add some chips and everyone will enjoy!

Ham and Cheese Pinwheels:
Like crescent rolls? Try them with ham and cheese. Lay the crescent roll flat, then roll them up with a piece of your favorite lunch meat ham and swiss cheese, and slice the roll in half. Put them in the oven and follow the instructions on the can for baking and you’ll have a warm and delicious snack.  

So gather around the TV with your family, and while you cheer on the Ravens to a victory enjoy some tasty homemade snacks!

Bob S January 20, 2012 at 08:36 PM
Ah, another slow news day! This time instead of "here's a pretty picture of a cloud" it's "boy, I sure do love bagel bites." I guess it's better than posting the same story about the weather to every Patch in the county. That's very local, by the way.
John Holmes January 21, 2012 at 02:12 PM
"Bob the Bitcher" strikes again!
CarolAnn January 21, 2012 at 02:47 PM
We are talking about Pasadena here, not exactly a thriving mecca of national news! I for one can't watch a big game without buffalo wings and homemade nachos.
Stretch January 22, 2012 at 03:07 AM
Bob S - Get a life.

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