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  1. Cost per serving: 14¢These bite-sized treats are a sporty and fun alternative to cupcakes. The recipes calls for boxed cake mix (in any falvor) so you can customize these to your family's liking.See recipe: Football Cake Pops
  2. Cost per serving: $3.43Bake this crunchy, cheesey take on Frito-pie ahead of time. All you'll have to do when guests arrive is set it our with toppings, like salsa and sour cream, and watch it dissappear.See recipe: Football Fiesta Casserole
  3. Cost per serving: 32¢Skip the packaged chips and whip up a batch of homemade snacks. These are perfect with a flavorful dip as a side or serve them as an appetizer.See recipe: Garlic Pita Chips 
  4. Cost per serving: $2.35These cheesy chicken enchiladas get their kick from jalapeños and green chilis. This sauce already has a zesty flavor from salsa verde but to add a little bit more tang, garnish with roasted tomatillos.See recipe: Chicken, Chili and Cheese Enchiladas
  5. Cost per serving: 43¢If the roasted bell pepper is too hot to handle after 10 minutes of cooling in the paper bag, run it under cold water.See recipe: Garlicky Roasted Red Pepper Dip
  6. Cost per Serving: $2.62Make halftime extra special with these toasty meatball subs. To save yourself time, form the meatballs the morning of the game and then cover and refrigerate.See recipe: Turkey Meatball Subs
  7. Cost per serving: 33¢   The addition of salted pretzels helps balance out sweet treats like this chocolate-chip blondie. When baking this recipe, coarsely crush the pretzels to ensure that they keep their crunch.   Prep time: 15 min.  Bake time: 30 min.   Ingredients to Shop For:  • Eggs • Chocolate chips • Salted pretzels • Bittersweet chocolate • Smooth peanut butter  
  8. Cost per serving: 80¢The key to a successful tailgate party is to have plenty of easy finger foods for the crowd to munch on (and napkins). These quesadillas are quick to make and can be easily altered to fit your family's taste. Customize the recipe with chicken, shredded beef, pork or more vegetables.See recipe: Cheesy Corn and Black Bean Quesadillas
  9. Cost per serving: $1.86Don't forget the extras! Offer bowls of shredded lettuce, salsa, sour cream, guacamole, shredded Cheddar and other taco toppings.See recipe: Shredded Beef Tacos
  10. Cost per serving: 38¢   These budget biscuits are a snap to make. Although the recipe calls for low-fat Cheddar, you can use any full-bodied cheese, such as Gruyère or Havarti.   Ingredients To Shop For: Scallions Low-fat Cheddar Dark beer, such as Guinness   Ingredients You May Already Have: All-purpose flour Baking powder Baking soda Salt Unsalted butter Paprika Milk  
  11. Cost per serving: $1.10 These floats are the perfect way to celebrate a big win!See recipe: Root Beer Floats
  12. Cost per serving: $1.38These delicious brownies will be a hit with the whole crowd.See recipe: Peanut Butter Swirl Brownies
  13. Cost per serving: $1.46You can serve the sausages straight from the slow cooker, but if you want to add a little crunch and color, place them on a foil-lined baking sheet and broil them for a few minutes to brown lightly.See recipe: Slow-Cooker Bratwurst with Sauerkraut and Apples
  14. Cost per serving: $1.40 These hearty stuffed potatoes contain real sour cream yet are only 231 calories each! Fix the full recipe to feed a crowd, or halve it for a family-dinner side dish.See recipe: Broccoli-and-Cheese-Stuffed Baked Potatoes
  15. Cost per serving: $1.71For a healthy side dish try this chopped salad. Save time and make it a day in advance just be sure to wait and dress it until you are ready to serve.See recipe: Chopped Salad