Foster Farms Bowl Game Day Recipes and Giveaway

Thank you Foster Farms for sponsoring today’s post.  All opinions are always my own.
College football bowl season is almost here and starting December 16th through the early part of January there are many great opportunities to Feed Your Fandom with Foster Farms while watching the bowl games. Including the Foster Farms Bowl and the exciting matchup between the Pac-12 and the Big Ten, airing on Fox Sports on December 27th at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA. Every ticket sold to the Foster Farms Bowl generates a donation to local area food banks. 
The bowl games are always my favorite part of the college football season.  There is so much excitement around them and a great excuse to get together with friends.  I live 10 minutes away from Levi’s Stadium and it is such a great stadium to for games.  I am so excited that the Foster Farms Bowl will be this close to me. The Arizona Wildcats will be playing the Purdue Boilermakers and it should be a great bowl game!  Having friends over, cooking some delicious game day food, and watching the teams battle it out is a big part of December and January tradition. 
Foster Farms has a great line of products for all of your game day needs. Whether it’s a platter filled with wings, chicken strips and nuggets, Foster Farms has you covered. Ground turkey for tacos, chili or juicy turkey burgers. Foster Farms chicken breasts and legs marinated in your favorite sauce and grilled to perfection. Or Foster Farms sliced turkey that goes great for those game time hoagies and sandwiches. 
Starting right now at participating Safeway, Savemart, Lucky, Foodmaxx, Raley’s and Nob Hills stores you will find a code to scan on specially-marked Foster Farms packages of fresh chicken, ground turkey and lunchmeat and also on signs in the frozen food aisle that will connect to up to $7.50 in coupon savings when buying participating Foster Farms products.  Also on the packages and at this Foster Farms website you will find great game day recipes like Buffalo Blue Cheese Roll-Up SandwichesEasy Chicken Party PoppersChicken White Bean Chili and other game day recipe ideas as well as savings to Feed Your Fandom during the college football bowl season.  Yum!
A simple game day snack is to make sandwiches on big rolls and cut them in quarters.  This way they are more bitesize and people can take several different combinations.  Some of my favorites are Foster Farms Deli Turkey and swiss or Foster Farms Chicken and cheddar. 
On my menu for the Foster Farms Bowl is my homemade Turkey Chili that everyone LOVES.  It is perfect for game days.  This turkey chili has become a favorite of everyone that has tried it. I now have people requesting I cook it for gatherings. It is so easy and your home will smell so good as it cooks all day. I use extra lean (99% fat free) ground turkey for the healthiest option. You can use just lean ground turkey if you like, but be sure to drain the meat after cooking before you add it to the slow cooker otherwise it will thin the chili. Enjoy!


  • 1 ½ lbs extra lean ground turkey breast
  • 1 yellow onion (chopped)
  • 2 cloves garlic (chopped)
  • 1 can diced tomatoes
  • 2 cans tomato sauce
  • 2 cans kidney beans (rinsed and drained)
  • 2-3 tsps chili powder
  • 1 tsp dry mustard
  • ¾ tsp dried basil leaves
  • ¾ tsp black pepper
  • 2 tsps ground cumin
  • ½ teaspoon salt
  • ½ tsp onion salt


  1. Saute the ground turkey and chopped onion, along with the chopped garlic until turkey is cooked.
  2. Put cooked turkey mix into slow cooker.
  3. Add all the rest of the ingredients and stir.
  4. Cook on low in the slow cooker for 8 hours
  5. Top with whatever anyone wants like chopped onion, sour cream, cheese, or just enjoy by itself.
Want a chance to win some free Foster Farms for you game day spread? I have a giveaway for $83 worth of Foster Farms Coupons (winner will get nine $6.99 Foster Farms Ground Turkey coupons and 2 $9.99 Frozen Chicken Coupons) US Only

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Feed Your Fandom during this college football bowl season and head to Foster Farms for great game day recipe ideas and savings. Don’t forget to watch the exciting year-end action when the Pac-12 battles the Big Ten in the Foster Farms Bowl airing on Fox Sports on December 27th at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA. 


  1. Tim | 5th Dec 17

    Any finger foods are great for me. I like things that can be eaten while I watch the game. You can’t do that with a chili dog. Chicken strips or mozzerella sticks are perfect.

  2. sandra | 5th Dec 17

    Chips and Salsa

  3. gracefulcoffee | 5th Dec 17

    Chips and dip! 🙂


  4. Elena | 6th Dec 17

    My favorite game day food is pizza

  5. shelly peterson | 6th Dec 17

    I like hot wings or nachos.

  6. Lauren | 6th Dec 17

    I like guacamole and chips.

  7. Cheryl | 6th Dec 17

    I like VELVEETA Chili Dip.

  8. Jessica To | 6th Dec 17

    We like to make buffalo chicken dip.

  9. Tammy Woodall | 8th Dec 17

    We love Buffalo Wings, Hot Dogs, and Hamburgers.

  10. Nancy | 8th Dec 17

    We like chili, chicken strips, and corn dogs.

  11. marilynnawara | 9th Dec 17

    How wings is my favorite football food.

  12. Jen | 10th Dec 17

    We love buffalo wings.

  13. carey | 11th Dec 17

    I like to make chili and cream cheese dip but this turkey chili looks amazing.

  14. Katie Bellamy | 12th Dec 17

    My Dad makes an awesome cheese dip we have at all our parties!

  15. Carolsue | 13th Dec 17

    My favorite is Buffalo Chicken Wings, followed by pigs in a blanket

  16. Kathy Lane | 13th Dec 17

    Pizza and Buffalo Wings are my favorite Game Day food!

  17. Helen | 15th Dec 17

    Nachos would have to be my favorite game day food

  18. Cheryl B | 18th Dec 17

    We love sliders.

  19. Kelly McGrew | 18th Dec 17

    My favorite game day food is spinach dip!

  20. Kelly McGrew | 18th Dec 17

    My favorite is spinach dip with chips or bread !

  21. LaTanya (@sweetums82) | 18th Dec 17

    I like dip and chips

  22. sgrm9514 | 19th Dec 17

    I love just good old fashioned chips salsa and a lil bit o cheese !! 🙂

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