To make my snackadium, you'll need the following supplies:
- Football field: a 12 1/4" x 8 1/4" x 1 3/22" disposable aluminum cake pan
- Stands: Three-tier plastic spice shelf
- End zone seats: Two Ortega Fiesta Flats taco shells
- Goal posts: beef stick snacks
- Team logo and favorite player cutout: thin cardboard and a glue stick
To complete my field, I placed a Texans logo midfield. I then placed the Fiesta Flats taco shells to the immediate left and right of the field to resemble end zone seats. I filled the taco shells with a spicy snack mix. For the main snacks, I arranged scoop-shaped tortilla chips on the bottom tier of the three-tier spice shelf. The second tier featured pigs in a blanket sat upright to look like fans in the stand. Because I wanted to include one sweet treat, I placed freshly baked chocolate chip cookies on the top tier of the stands. To complete the scene, I arranged a Red Gold banner on a pyramid of their tomato products to the side of my snackadium. Finally, I also added a cutout of popular Texans player JJ Watt. I printed a picture of JJ, attached it to thin card stock with glue stick, and cut it out. I anchored the cutout on a full-size croissant. The JJ Watt cutout was the perfect finishing touch for my Texans-themed snackadium!
Now that you see how very easy it is to assemble a simple snackadium, I hope that you'll give it a try for your upcoming Super Bowl celebration! Even if your team isn't playing in the big game this year, you can still have a great time eating some yummy food while watching football and enjoying all of the fun commercials. If you want to take part in the Red Gold Game Day Recipe Challenge, simply follow the instructions in the illustration below!
Who knows...your best game day recipe featuring Red Gold tomato products could be selected as the Red Gold Game Day Recipe Champion of the week! What foods do you enjoy on game day? Leave me a comment below letting me know your favorite game day snacks that I should consider adding to my Super Bowl menu.
Disclosure: Red Gold provided me with a selection of their salsas and diced tomatoes with chiles, along with a gift card to purchase materials for my snackadium.