Mini Football Subs ~ Perfect for the Big Game

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In Texas, football is almost a religion in itself!  So it's no surprise that Thanksgiving and football are synonymous in my household!  Here's a festive treat which would make a great appetizer before the official bird of the day hits the table.

Ingredients:

  • Meatballs
  • Spaghetti Sauce
  • Shredded Cheese
  • Individual-Sized Rolls

Directions:

  1. To make a batch, first prepare your favorite meatball recipe, shaping each meatball into a mini football before cooking. Once they're cooked, add the meatballs to a skillet of spaghetti sauce and warm them through.
  2. For each sub, cut a V-shaped notch from the top of an individual-size roll, place a meatball in the roll, and top with cheese shred laces. Finally, get the sandwiches in a huddle on a cookie sheet and place them in a warm oven for a few minutes to melt the cheese.

Mini Football Subs Thanksgiving Day Appetizer

{This post is an excerpt from "Mini Football Subs Recipe" as published in FamilyFun magazine}
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