Easy, kid-friendly game day preparations

This post is sponsored by Frank’s Red Hot but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.

Football fans rejoice- it’s almost Super Bowl Sunday! If you’re like me then that means Super Bowl FOOD, right? The big game is the perfect excuse to eat and hang out with friends. 
Hanging out at my house always means lots of kids around, so here are a few tips for keeping your game day preparations quick, easy, and kid-friendly.
First off- head to Walmart and get some of these Franks Red Hot Wings. I make a mean chicken wing myself, but these will really cut down on the prep time and clean up.
The Buffalo and Kickin’ BBQ flavors were calling my name!
You might want to grab some Franks RedHot sauce too if you’re like me and like your wings extra saucy. My favorite is the Buffalo flavor but you can’t go wrong with the classic Cayenne flavor.
Fun fact: Frank’s RedHot Cayenne Pepper Sauce was used as the secret ingredient for the first ever Buffalo Wings in Buffalo, New York, putting it on the map and starting the flavor craze that has led to consumers obsession with all things Buffalo-flavor.
I like to keep the food pretty simple, so in addition to the wings I just like to put out kid-friendly finger foods, like fresh fruits and vegetables, chips, and cheese with crackers. If you’re expecting toddlers like me I also keep single serve snacks on hand and ready, like string cheese, applesauce pouches, yogurt tubes, etc. 
Make sure to stock up on paper plates, cups, and napkins to keep cleanup quick and easy. The last thing I want to do is wash a sink full of dishes after hosting. I found this football themed stuff at Walmart too and it looked perfect for the big game. This tablecloth was so cute and festive and made clearing the table a breeze.
Make sure to remember the dipping sauces! My favorite are Buffalo and good ol’ ranch.
Don’t let planning your Super Bowl festivities stress you out! Make sure to add Franks RedHot to your shopping list and you can’t go wrong.