Halftime Salsa Chili Dog

Prep Time: 5 min
Total Time: 15 min
Makes: 8 servings, 1 chili dog each

1 can (15 oz.) chili with beans
1/3 cup Thick 'N Chunky Salsa
8 Beef Franks
8 hot dog buns, partially split
1/2 cup Shredded Cheddar Cheese

MIX chili and salsa in medium saucepan. Add franks; cook on medium
heat 8 to 10 min. or until heated through (160F), stirring
occasionally.
FILL buns with franks; top evenly with the chili mixture.
SPRINKLE with cheese.
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Want to throw a fun and casual football party?
I love a game-day party! When I'm throwing my own, it's always really
low-key: a few friends and some quick and easy fixin's, like the
recipes featured in this email. Here are some great tips to help you
plan a fun and relaxed get-together:
Put together a buffet table for snacks so people can help
themselves. Replenish as needed.
Bring some team spirit to the table by using team colors for napkins
and plates.
Keep party food warm by placing hot dishes in a 200F oven.
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Fun football ideas that will score at your Most Valuable Party!

Fun football ideas that will score at your Most Valuable Party!

Watch a video and learn how to make Fun Dip Bowls from vegetables and
bread.

Turn over a football helmet and line with foil and napkins. Place
smaller bowl of dip inside. Use napkins to make a padded base on the
table to keep helmet in place.

Set the table with team spirit for the big game.

Make these fun JELL-O Football JIGGLERS in your team's colors.

Use team colors for napkins, plastic utensils and plates


Wrap place settings with "coach's" whistles or small team pennants

Let people serve themselves during breaks and halftime with a buffet
table.

Keep party food warm by placing hot dishes (covered) in a
low 200F oven. Replenish the buffet table as needed.

Make simple paper pennants to direct fans to the food. "Pre-Game"
or "First Down" could be appetizers, "Half Time" could be entrees
and "Third Quarter" is a great time for sweets.



ENJOY!!!!

Kelly in IL