by Lisa Lozano
If you long to “go out to the ballgame” but don’t have a trip to the ballpark in your budget, we’ve got nine delicious recipes you can make to munch on while you watch the game at home.
Nothing says ballpark like hot dogs. Katie Lee’s West Virginia-style dogs are slathered with a delicious homemade chili sauce, yellow mustard, onions and cole slaw -- delish!
Bobby Flay combines two ballpark faves – nachos and hot dogs in this mouth-watering recipe. He tops a perfectly grilled dog with a flavor-packed homemade salsa, Monterey jack cheese, jalapenos, guacamole, tortilla chips and cilantro.
Who says you have to decide between tacos and hot dogs? Rachael combines both in this delicious Mexican-themed dog.
Katie Lee’s brownies have two concession stand treats hidden inside – pretzels and peanuts! Delish!
What says ballpark more than pretzels? And this recipe combines crunchy pretzels with peanut butter and chocolate! It’s a salty-sweet dream! Grant uses a store-bought brownie mix, and simply adds peanut butter and pretzels.
Peanuts are the standard ballpark snack, but we’re mixing it up by bringing you Martina McBride’s sophisticated-but-super-simple smoked paprika almonds.
And a trip to any sporting event isn’t complete without nachos. And Rachael’s delicious take on the classic snack adds crispy bacon – yum!
These flavor-packed, juicy brats are actually boiled in beer before being grilled. Nothing will say “summer” and “ballgame” like this!
This is the perfect snack to munch on the couch while watching the game. It features all those ballpark classic ingredients like buttered popcorn, peanuts, pretzels and even powdered beer!
What baseball team do you root for? Tell us in the comments – and play nice!