Review - Score Some Delicious Game Day Recipes from Progresso

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Progresso Recipe StartersGame Day is one of the best days of the year to get together with friends and enjoy some delicious food and fun. This year, let Progresso™ Recipe Starters™ be the perfect teammate and help you score big at your party. With plenty of recipe ideas for different Game Day snacks, Progresso™ Recipe Starters™ will make sure you have a crowd-pleasing performance.

Keep reading for some delectable ideas for game day treats!

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Creamy Portabella Mushroom: Creamy and highly indulgent, this smooth sauce is rich with sautéed Portabella mushrooms, giving you any easy way to start delicious dishes like  Cheesy-Mushroom Joes and Mushroom-Swiss Burgers. 

Game Day Idea: Bacon Cheese Stuffed Mushrooms
Recipe Link: http://bit.ly/Uuwr4R

 


 

Creamy Parmesan Basil: This creamy, full-bodied and indulgent sauce that was inspired by alfredo and creamy pesto sauces can be used to make dishes such as Pizza Primavera and Slow Cooker Lasagna Alfredo. 

Game Day Idea: Chicken and Ham Slab Sandwiches
Recipe Link: http://bit.ly/VLN5vV

 


 

Creamy Roasted Garlic: With caramelized, roasted chicken broth, garlic and a touch of cream, this stock is perfect for dishes such as Cheesy Turkey Sandwiches, Chicken Enchiladas and Green Chiles Chicken Quesadillas.  

Game Day Idea: Easy White Chicken Chili 
Recipe Link: http://bit.ly/VEEoVc

 


 

Creamy Three Cheese: Rich and creamy with a blend of yellow and white cheeses, and a savory background of chicken stock, onion, garlic and cracked pepper, this is a great way to satisfy cheese lovers with Easy Weeknight Bacon Mac & Cheese, Baked Turkey Hoagie and Cheddar-Parmesan Puffs with Dipping Sauces.  

Game Day Idea: Chorizo con Queso 
Recipe Link: http://bit.ly/Tz17o2

 


 

Fire Roasted Tomato:  A medium-thick tomato sauce, accompanied by flavors of roasted, caramelized tomatoes, oregano and bell peppers, which can be used as a great way to begin creating Buffalo Chicken-Potato Bake, Saucy Meatball Hoagies and Zesty Turkey Tacos. 

Game Day Idea: Pulled Chicken Sandwiches
Recipe Link: http://bit.ly/UKB26r

 

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Disclosure:  The information, products and Progresso™ Recipe Starters™ gift packs were provided by Progresso through MyBlogSpark.

 

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