The big game is this weekend and I can’t wait to see my favorite Seattle team play. What I get even more excited about is the chance to cook all these little yummy treats. These Big Game Pizzazz Bites are super easy throw together on game day. No baking, no cooking, and very little cutting. I use a pizza slicer just to cut the pepperoni quickly, at once.
Dress up your table with some green napkins and football cups for a great display. You can add in some Coke for refreshments. These are just an easy add in that is full of flavor. The perfect finger food for everyone. We usually pair these with queso, guacamole, salsa, chips, and a big ole pot of beans. Paper cups, paper bowls, and spoons make up the rest of the table.
I found these on the cracker aisle at Walmart located next to the ice cream cones. Picked up some Coke on our way out of the store on the soda aisle. It was a quick in and out for the daughter and I. I am surprised I got to make these as they normal demolish a box of these in about 10 seconds.
Toppings on these Big Game Pizzazz Bites can really be endless. I love my pepperoni, pepperoncini’s, and cherry tomatoes. I’ve done buffalo chicken with small pieces of sauteed carrot and topped with blue cheese. Ritz crackers are literally so versatile. I would love to know what you like to top you Ritz Crackers with? Do you dip them instead? I’ve shared my game day traditions with you. I’d love to hear about your plans for the Big Game! Leave a comment sharing your family traditions.Print
Ritz crackers topped with cherry tomatoes, pepperoni, and pepperoncini’s.
- 10 cherry tomatoes; sliced into halves
- 5 pieces of pepperoni
- 1 package of Ritz crackers
- 3 tablespoons pepperoncini’s
- Lay out crackers onto a tray. With a pizza slicer, slice the pepperoni into fourths to make wedges.
- Top crackers with pepperoni. Slice cherry tomatoes in halves and place on top of the pepperoni.
- Place about one pepperoncini whole or chopped on top of the tomatoes. Serve!
- Category: Appetizer
- Cuisine: American