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7 Babywearing-Friendly Recipes for Game Day

7 Babywearing-Friendly Recipes for Game Day

Whether you're gearing up for the Super Bowl or getting ready to root on your alma mater, we can all agree football and food go hand in hand. And when you add baby snuggles into the afternoon mix, you've got a winning combo that's hard to beat. 

We put together a list of our favorite babywearing-friendly recipes (think: no hot stovetops required) for game day, so you can fill your belly while you cuddle your little one and watch your favorite team. From easy appetizers to low-prep meals and shareable treats, here’s a roundup everyone will cheer for. 

Photo Courtesy of Magnolia

Texas Caviar
Hearty, fresh, and crowd-pleasing. The best part: No cooking required.
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Photo Courtesy of Half-Baked Harvest

Everything Ranch Cheese and Pretzel Mix
A snack mix so all-around delicious, you won’t pick around for the “good stuff.” 
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Photo Courtesy of Two Peas & Their Pod

Spinach Artichoke Dip
Everyone's favorite dip. Serve it warm with cut up veggies, crackers, or tortilla chips!
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Photo Courtesy of The Defined Dish

Carne Asada Sliders with Spicy Mexican Coleslaw
These sound fancy, but your slow cooker will do all the hard work for you. *chef's kiss*
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Photo Courtesy of Delish

White Chicken Chili
Throw everything in the slow cooker right before the game starts, and it’ll be ready by halftime!
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Photo Courtesy of Ambitious Kitchen

Salted Brownie Cookies
Aka “brookies.” Trust us, you’ll want to make a double batch.
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Photo Courtesy of Broma Bakery

Chocolate Chip Blondies
Made with only six ingredients that are probably already in your pantry (now that's what we call a win).
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Enjoy the game! But mostly enjoy those scrumptious snuggles. Before you start cooking, be sure to check out these tips for safe babywearing in the kitchen.

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