I don’t like sports. I don’t like watching them, playing them, talking sh*t about them. It’s not my style. I honestly think they are a waste of time. Why are you watching sports when you could be playing them? And why are you talking sh*t to someone about their opposing team? One time, in college, I was walking through our opposing team’s campus during a game and I had a guy call me a whore. A damn whore for having my own team’s colors on. After that, I refused to watch it from there on out.
But then I met my fiance. And he likes that sh*t. It sucks. Because he supports me in anything that I do, so I have to do the same. But to meet in the middle, he bribes me with food. This is why I love him. If there is a game on, he’ll make sure I have food packed ready to go at any point as I become a whiny b*tch. Man, there’s a lot of cursing going on here. Definitely going to have a few choice emails written to me about that. I’m sorry, it’s the sports talking, it gets me all riled up.
Anywho, if you’re a sports watcher with a kind heart and a tummy that prefers clean food, don’t worry. JB’s got yo back. I’ve put together my favorite finger food, snacks, meals that will please any appetite, drinks and desserts so no one will go hungry at your next positive, supportive sports game. PS if you want even more delicious football friendly recipes, be sure to pick up a copy of my newest cookbook Juli Bauer’s Paleo Cookbook!
Want even more football friendly paleo food? Find more recipes in my third cookbook, Juli Bauer’s Paleo Cookbook along with tons of other food inspiration! Some of the football friendly recipes include:
Bacon Buffalo Deviled Eggs on page 206
Sweet & Spicy Sesame Almonds on page 208
Delicious Meal Ideas:
Sesame Teriyaki Chicken Wings on page 82
Jalapeno Popper Chicken Chili on page 100
Street Tacos on page 148
Truffle Mushroom Burgers on page 112
Pizza on page 136
Pomegranate Moscow Mules on page 266
Bloody Mary’s on page 264
Basil, Mint & Cucumber Gin & Tonic on page 267