Your carefully thought-out brackets have been tested as 32 of your 68 choices dwindled down to 16, 8, 4, and soon the final two to go head-to-head. Now, there’s nothing to do but sit back, watch, and enjoy your predictions played out on the screen. Load up on the snacks with creamy dairy foods for delicious and nutritious recipes. They are a slam dunk choice for any basketball fan!
Add Delicious Dairy Foods to Any Snack
Buffalo Chicken Dip
This buffalo dip combines heat with the comfort of dairy foods cream cheese, Greek yogurt, cheddar cheese, and blue cheese. Add shredded chicken, parsley, and green onions before serving with chips.
Baked Spinach Artichoke Yogurt Dip
A hot spinach-artichoke dip is always a hit, and this one is packed with protein from the yogurt and the cheese. Garlic and chopped red pepper add additional flavor. Serve with pita chips or veggie sticks for a satisfying crunch.
Chipotle Pepper Dip
The smoky flavor of this creamy yogurt dip comes from adobo sauce. Store-bought chunky salsa and cilantro make this dip easy to make with plenty of flavor. Grab some veggie sticks for an easy snack to work on all game long.
Jalapeño-Honey Mustard Hot Wings
Delicious hot wings made in a slow cooker? It’s too good to be true, right?
Eat it and believe it. These homemade hot wings combine chicken drumettes with butter and spices like paprika, dry mustard, and celery salt. Then toss in a homemade jalapeño, honey, and dijon mustard sauce stirred into a Greek yogurt base.
Cheesy Stuffed Meatball Cups
Pizza dough makes the perfect cup to hold marinara sauce and cheesy-filled meatballs. Flavor like that is guaranteed to please eaters of all ages! Simply surround mozzarella cheese with a ground beef mixture of egg, breadcrumbs, parmesan cheese, and seasonings. Place in the dough with marinara sauce and bake.
Dairy Foods Make any Snack Heartier
And when the Final Four cuts to a commercial break, refill your plate with more dairy food snacks and grab your phones. Try the new milk-fueled Dunks On You challenge. Head over to Twitter to choose who should be dunked next.