Stay Indoors With A Winter Game Night Party

Stay Indoors With A Winter Game Night Party

This winter, remind yourself that you can have fun indoors and invite your friends over for a Game Night Party filled with food and fun!


Now that winter is in full session, it's time to crack out the poker chips, Monopoly, Scrabble, Cranium or whatever your favorite board game may be! Invite your friends over for a night of fun, food and games.  The best thing about this sort of party is that it is cheap to plan - have your guests bring their favorite games too! And when it comes to the food, casual affordable recipes are perfect. Feel free to just supply some appetizers and desserts and cut out the main course if you'd like.

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Appetizers Begin the night with some wonton poppers or quick and easy chicken quesadillas. Just be sure and supply napkins so your guests can still play the games!

Quick Chicken Quesadillas

Easy Apple Dip

Wonton Poppers

Chicken Ranch Spread or Dip

Cranberry Appetizer Meatballs

Main Courses

Easy and fun comfort food will do the trick for your game night party main course!

Sweet Teriyaki Chicken

Taco Pizza

Cheesy Meatloaf

Pork Chops

Burrito Casserole

Side Dishes

Beer Battered Veggies

Tater Tot Casserole

Spinach Balls

Zucchini Cheese Squares

Family Favorite Crockpot Potatoes

Desserts

Serving sweets should be a simple task for this game night party - so put together one of these favorites!

Mini Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Ball

3 Ingredient Peanut Butter Cookies

Apple Crumb Pie

White Chocolate Pretzels

Lemon Pie

Beverages

Delight your guests with some of these fun and tasty beverages - they're easy and they will add an unexpected touch to game night!

Easy Peppermint Patty Cappuccino

Non-Alcoholic Margarita Punch

Peach Daiquiri

Cranberry Cooler

Ambrosial Apricot Punch

Presentation Pointers:

1. Often the best games for game night parties are those that involve teams. When choosing your teams, separate close friends or couples to mix up the dynamic and allow more people to interact.

2. Make sure to keep your appetizers or snacks near the games so guests can refill their plates while the fun is going on.

3. Depending on the size of your crowd, you might consider splitting your room up into stations of games. Too many people might not work for one game.

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