10 ballpark foods you can make at home
Put your favorite team on your TV and get in the right mindset by feasting on one of these 20 ballpark foods you can make at home.
Boiled peanuts. It’s an acquired taste, but if you prefer that your peanuts include some preparation
They’re easy to eat, they please the kiddos, and we love the super crunchy deep-fried texture of stadium chicken tenders.
Chili cheese dogs
Chili cheese dogs are even better at home because you can pick your preferred type of hot dog
If you want a type of hot dog that’s on the opposite end of the messy spectrum, then you can’t beat a corn dog.
Cotton candy, a.k.a. candy floss, also only involves a handful of ingredients, which are sugar, corn syrup, water, salt, flavoring, and coloring
“Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jacks,” say the lyrics of “Take Me Out to the Ballgame.
We used to have to choose between deep-frying our pickles and baking them, with the former being very unhealthy and the latter not tasting quite right.
When you’re at a baseball game, you don’t eat handfuls of little pretzels—you eat one giant soft pretzel that’s the size of the field.
They’re refreshingly frozen, they last for a while, and they’re not a bad bang for your buck—especially when the vendors deliver them right to your seat.
There’s something about the sweetness of a milkshake that balances out with the saltiness of pretty much every other item in this list