Gameday Wolf Brand Tex-Mex Chili Nachos + Giveaway

Tracking PixelThis is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Wolf Brand Chili.

Sundays are a big deal at our house. We have Sunday Ticket. To say we (read: Greg) take our football seriously is an understatement. We usually have three TVs set up with the Texans playing on one TV, the Patriots on another (Greg’s from Massachusetts), and the eight game mix on the third TV. It’s a lot of games all at once.

Food is no joke, either. We will have friends and family over, and are constantly eating tasty food all day. Diets go out the window on Sundays. The grill is always fired up and ready to go by noon! That’s what Football Sunday is all about.

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I recently had an awesome chili package sent to me by Wolf Brand Chili that not only included some cans of their tasty chili, but a super cute Texas cutting board, apron, chili bowls, and coasters. Wolf Brand Chili recently launched a thicker and heartier recipe and wanted to reach out to Texas Moms like myself to create a fun recipe. I immediately thought I could use  the contents to create a great Gameday Nacho Bar for my guests to create their own  Gameday Wolf Brand Tex-Mex Chili Nachos! And what’s better on Sundays than some nachos, prepared by yours truly? I know make barefoot in the kitchen look good. I promise I am wearing shorts. This isn’t that kind of happy fun place.

I am a slave to queso. I could probably eat it every day and be happy. But probably enormous. Queso is an important component of Football Sunday. We even bought a small Crock Pot just for our queso! Here’s the nacho bar I set up for Football Sunday!

Chili Nacho Bar

I can most definitely say that the chili is much thicker than I remember. It’s been years since I’ve had a good ol’ bowl of Wolf Brand Chili, but I was pleasantly surprised! It was really yummy and perfectly complemented my nacho bar!

Gameday Tex-Mex Chili Nachos

INGREDIENTS:

1/2 block Velveeta
1 can Wolf Brand Chili
Handfuls of homemade pico de gallo (roma tomatoes, onion, cilantro, jalapenos, lime juice and garlic)
Sliced avocado / guacamole
Tortilla Chips

DIRECTIONS:

Let the Velveeta and pico de gallo melt in the slow cooker. When ready to serve, heat up the chili. Drizzle the queso and chili over the chips, and top with more pico de gallo and avocado. You’re all set for game day.

Want to cook up your own chili bar? Click on the image below to take you to some fun printables and ideas!

Free Chili Party Prtintables

Now for the fun part!

GIVEAWAY!

I am giving away one chili kit to one lucky reader! It includes the Texas Bamboo cutting board, the Texas apron, cans of Wolf Brand Chili, chili bowls, and coasters! Over $100 v alue worth of goodies! This is open to residents that are 18 years and up in the continental U.S. Please read my Terms & Conditions for more information.

HOW TO ENTER:

Leave a comment telling me if you have about your favorite traditions you like to do for football! If not, tell me how you like to eat your chili (me? I love it with fritos and diced tomato).

 

Wolf Brand Chili is now thicker and heartier than ever, just the way that Texans like it! The new, thicker and heartier recipe can also be found every day on the shelves of your local grocery store.

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Wolf Brand Chili.

For more information, visit http://www.wolfbrandchili.com or https://www.facebook.com/Wolf.Chili

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