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Here are some ideas for tasty snacks to make for your Chiefs watch party

Posted at 6:45 AM, Oct 14, 2018
and last updated 2018-10-14 17:04:42-04

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Nobody will be tailgating at Arrowhead Stadium today with the Kansas City Chiefs in Massachusett to take on the New England Patriots for the biggest game on the NFL schedule, a game you can watch at 7 p.m. on 41 Action News.

But Chiefs fans will still be hungry, right? If you're hosting some people to watch the game, here are a few of Hyvee's simple snacks to keep Chiefs Kingdom fueled up for the game.

Beef and Shrimp KaBobs (makes 4)

16 oz. Beef Ribeye Steak diced into 1 inch cubes

12 (26-30 count) pre-cooked, shelled gulf shrimp

1 medium yellow onion, large diced

8 button, mushrooms

1 large red bell pepper, seeded and cut into 1” pieces

1 large yellow bell pepper, seeded and cut into 1” pieces

4 grape tomatoes

Salt and pepper to taste

Pan spray

Hy-Vee Steak sauce

  • On a metal skewer start placing the following: piece of steak, onion, steak, red pepper, steak, onion, green bell pepper
  • Lightly spray with pan spray, Season well,
  • Place on high heat grill turning every 2 minutes, until nearly cooked
  • Remove from the grill and then add 3 cooked shrimp on each skewer, followed by a grape tomato
  • Cook an additional 3 minutes
  • Remove from heat and brush entire kabob with Hy-Vee steak sauce with silicon brush

Grilled Chicken Buffalo Dip

8 oz. chicken breasts, boneless, skinless

2 tsp olive oil

1 tsp garlic sat 1 tsp lemon pepper

16 oz. cream cheese

½ cup Franks Buffalo Hot Sauce

2 TB Sriracha sauce

1 cup ranch dressing, Hidden Valley

2 cups, mild shredded cheddar cheese

1 cup half and half

  • Rub chicken breast with oil, garlic  salt
  • Grill over medium high grilled, cool and dice into small diced pieces
  • In a sauce pan add cream cheese, hot sauce, Sriracha, ranch dressing, cheddar cheese, half and half, and heat until thoroughly combined, add cooked chicken and serve

“S’more Bread Pudding” (serves 6)

8 slices day old bread, cut into cubes

2 cups granola, broken pieces

3 TB melted butter

6 eggs, slightly beaten

2 cups whole milk

¾ cup granulated sugar

1 tsp sugar

½ tsp nutmeg

1 tsp pure vanilla

½ cup either semi sweet or bitter sweet chocolate chips

½ cup mini marshmallow

  • Toss  bread in bowl and toss with melted butter
  • In the pan that the bread pudding will be cooked in combine add ingredients except for the marshmallows
  • After bread is completely moist and well combined add the marshmallows to the top and bake for approximately 45 minutes at 350 degrees or on the grill (lid must be closed to maintain a high enough temperature to bake the bread pudding)

For more about the actual game from a Chiefs perspective, click here and be sure to tuns in for the pregame show on 41 Action News at 5 p.m.