Munch Madness

What to eat during the biggest month in college basketball? We created game-day snacks honoring 2015’s Elite Eight.

Duke Blue Devils: Blue Deviled Eggs

Duke basketball doesn’t always win in the popularity contest — and neither does stinky cheese. But these blue cheese deviled eggs prove the haters wrong, just as the Blue Devils did when they won the National Championship in 2015.

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Gonzaga Bulldogs: Bulldogs in a Pretzel Blanket

Even if you don’t root for the Zags, bulldogs in a blanket are a must-try. Giving pizza dough the pretzel treatment is game-changing. 

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Arizona Wildcats: Spicy Wildcat Claws

Your viewing party snacks should match the intensity of the game on TV. Kick up the heat and make these pepper-Jack bites. 

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Kentucky Wildcats: Sweet Wildcat Claws

If you’re a University of Kentucky fan (or just a bigger fan of dessert), make these sweet puff pastry claws. With cookie butter and puff pastry, you can’t lose. 

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Wisconsin Badgers: Bucky Bites

These fried cheese curds are a nod to Bucky Badger, the Mascot Hall of Fame-winning badger. But you don't need to sport a red and white Wisconsin sweater like Bucky to enjoy these beer-battered bites dipped in garlicky mayo. 

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Notre Dame Fighting Irish: Fiery Potato Skins

Potato skins are always a good call when you’re planning a finger food spread. Give them a touch of fighting spirit with habanero cheese. 

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Michigan State Spartans: Spartan Sword Crudites

Don’t underestimate vegetables on the snack table. They’ll go quickly when served with tzatziki, green goddess dressing and adorable cocktail sword picks.

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Louisville Cardinals: Birdseed Truffles

Packed with oats, chia seeds and peanut butter, these mini chocolate treats will keep you energized through both halves of the game. 

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