Enjoy your Game Day party with these easy to assemble Antipasto Football Cracker Stacks with salami, turkey, ham, and mozzarella cheese.
Are you ready for some football?! Or maybe you’re like me and you’re ready for some Game Day football food.
I may cook for myself on a daily basis but since we’re in the middle of football season, my parents somehow magically invite themselves over for the game. Secretly I think they come over for the food and the cat.
I know it can be a little overwhelming to suddenly go from 2 servings to 4+ servings. How much food should you buy? How long will it take to cook everything? How will you get everything done without an assistant?
That’s where these Antipasto Football Cracker Stacks come in handy. They’re RITZ Crackers topped with basil, salami, turkey, ham, mozzarella cheese, Italian dressing, and either a tomato or an olive. They take only a few minutes to assemble, which means less time cooking and more time socializing with your guests.
One of the hardest things about small serving sizes is buying meat. Since you only need a few slices of each lunch meat, it’s easy and more cost effective to buy a small amount at your local deli counter than buying pre-packaged. This reduces both overall cost and food waste.
I bought about 1/4 pound of each lunch meat then either snacked on the leftovers or used them in crepes. You can also add some ham or turkey to these Roasted Broccoli And Cheese Quesadillas.
If you’re used to cooking for 1-2 people, it can get overwhelming when you have guests over. Even more so when you want to enjoy your company and don’t want to be stuck in the kitchen the whole time.
That’s when RITZ Crackers comes in handy. Typically I serve them with a bacon cheddar cheese ball, but I wanted to make them a little more substantial (and fun!) by stacking them with salami, turkey, ham, and mozzarella cheese.
To make serving even faster, cut the meat and cheese ahead of time so all you have to do is assemble.
I’m not much of a party decorator, but I did find some astroturf for my photo shoot. You can use it as a festive “tablecloth” for your food. You can also buy these fun football toothpicks to top your crackers.