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Football Field Game Dip

Football Field Game Dip

A bean, cheese and guacamole dip that will have your football fans excited for the game to start! The pizza rolls are an added benefit to the delicious taste... Touchdown!MORE+LESS-

Updated December 26, 2014


ounces fresh guacamole


ounces shredded cheddar cheese blend


bag Totino’s™ Pizza Rolls™ frozen pizza snacks (any variety)

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    You will need a large, medium-depth serving tray to layer the dip in. Bake the Totino's Pizza Rolls™ so they're hot and ready when the field is assembled. Start the first layer off with refried beans.

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    The add some graded cheese to the top of the beans for extra flavoring.

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    Next layer is guacamole for the grass. Spread it evenly on top of the cheese.You’ll need a lot to cover a whole “football field” so make sure you get a lot of avocados!

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    Once the “grass” is laid down fill in the end zones and create the yard lines with sour cream.

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    When the field is complete you’ll need players! Place the Totino’s Pizza Rolls™ in any flavor and place them on the field as players.

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7 Layer Dip End Zone Recipe

Football season is in high gear and it won’t be long before the Big Game is here. I’m not much of a football fan, but I do love the food that gets served while the TV is on!

7 Layer Dip is a classic for parties. This one gets a little football theming with a tortilla goal post and easy field striping using Daisy Squeeze Sour Cream. Daisy Squeeze is really convenient and easy for kids (or grownups) to top tacos, chili, potatoes and more without making a mess. Use it to decorate other foods for the big game too – like making football laces or football field lines.

Daisy Squeeze made it really easy to decorate the top of the dip. This is a great project to do with your kids. From spreading the refried beans on the bottom layer, to mashing avocados to decorating the top with sour cream stripes – the kids can do it all!

Here’s what you’ll need to make your own 7 Layer Dip End Zone:

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0:25 100-Yard Football Field of Dips
0:44 Game Day Breakfast Sliders
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1:27 Smart Cookie Superbowl Football Cake
1:42 Buffalo Chicken Mac and Cheese
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2:21 Mini Meatloaves
2:34 Mouth-Watering Stuffed Mushrooms
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3:29 Guacamole
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Football Field Dip

While planning a football party for the big Utah vs. BYU rivalry game this weekend, I stumbled upon this Football Stadium monstrosity.

I immediately wanted to make it just because I thought it would be funny. Now, our little get-together wasn’t going to be that big and although the complete stadium looked awesome, it was lot more work than I wanted to put in and would have been way too much food. So, I took things down a notch and made just the football field. I did change a few things to suit my tastes, but feel free to follow the original recipe if you so desire (I’ve also seen the stands made with Rice Krispie Treats instead of Twinkies). Don’t be intimidated as this was incredibly easy to do.

  • 2 packages guacamole ( I used Wholly Guacamole… not sure how big the packages were)
  • 16 oz. sour cream
  • 12 oz. salsa
  • 2 15 oz. cans refried beans
  • 1 15 oz. can nacho cheese or queso dip
  • 4 oz. Monterey Jack or Cheddar Cheese, divided
  • 2 long Slim Jims
  • Sliced olives
  • Green onions
  • Toothpicks

First I put together the green part of the field. I used 2 cans of refried beans mixed with 3 tablespoons of sour cream and about 1/4 cup of salsa. This makes the dip a little softer to dip into even if it’s been refrigerated. Although, if you wanted to use straight-up refried beans it would be just fine. Spread the beans out in a 13࡯″ pan, leaving about 2-3″ on either end for the end zones. The original recipe used straight up guacamole for the field, so go ahead and do that instead if you’d like… you’ll just need way more guacamole.

Top the beans with about 2 oz. of shredded Monterey jack cheese (probably 2 cups or so). Over that spread a layer of sour cream ( I didn’t use all 16 oz…. probably closer to 8 oz… just put on as much as you like), then top it all off with the guacamole. I used a cake spatula to make the spreading easier and used a flat plastic scraper to push up against the edges of the beans on the end zone sides so they wouldn’t spread out too much while putting each layer on.

Pour the salsa into one end zone and the nacho cheese in the other. Put a couple spoon fulls of sour cream into a small zip-lock baggie and cut a small hole in the corner (to use like you would a pastry bag). Draw line a line to divide the nacho cheese and salsa from the guacamole. Draw a center line down the field and as many other yard line markers as you’d like. Mark the yard lines with numbers if you want. Or don’t. Doesn’t matter.

Cut each Slim Jim into 4 pieces (I actually used a little less than 1 full Slim Jim for each goal post) and hook the posts together with toothpicks (I broke mine in half) to form your goal posts. Cut a chunk of Monterey jack cheese (sort of wide and thick) and stick the goal post to it to anchor it. Put 1 goal post in each end zone, pushing it down into the nacho cheese or salsa to anchor it. Place sliced olives and sliced green onions on either side of the 50 yd. line for your players and you’re done! TA DA!

Now, I wouldn’t recommend making this too far ahead. If you want to get some of the work done ahead of time, you could do the beans through the sour cream and build your goal posts, but that’s about it. Guacamole will start to turn brown as soon as it’s exposed to air, so you’ll want to wait until just before you’ll need the dip to add the guacamole and yard lines. This is sure to be a big hit so give it a shot!

Football Snack Stadium

Now this was fun to create. Taking little boxes, we filled them with the snacks that we purchased at Walmart, and filled them up, to create the “stands,” for the football stadium.

Secret Tip:

To prop the boxes up, we grabbed rolls of ribbon and hid them underneath, and with other party decor.

Snyder’s of Hanover® Pretzels and Cape Cod® Potato Chips lined one side of the football field!

Mmm, I’m obsessed with the Garlic Parmesan Snack Factory® Pretzel Crips®! So those HAD to be on the table!

I’m a sucker for a good jalapeno potato chips, so we also lined one edge with a box of Jalapeno Kettle Brand® Potato Chips.

Some prefer a good ole tortilla chip to use with dips, so we put out Late July® Tortilla Chips on one corner as well!

• To round off the corners and close off the gaps of the stadium, we used small round bowls full of the popped, Pop Secret® Popcorn.

Salt and Pepper ANYTHING always ends up in my shopping cart. I had no clue that Salt and Pepper Cashews from Emerald® Nuts, even existed until I saw them at Walmart. They were AH-mazing!

What I love about this idea, is that the chips/snacks and dip are all right there together, all while resembling a football stadium. So, so fun.

To see another football party that I have styled, you can see that HERE :

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