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Get ready for game day with Spinach Dill Dip & Frank’s Redhot Wings!
This post is sponsored by Frank’s Red Hot but the content and opinions expressed here are my own.
I’m sure some of you are planning for New Year’s Eve parties tonight, but the rest of you are planning for game day tomorrow…right? My husband is!
What is on the game day menu? This Spinach Dill Dip & Frank’s Redhot Wings both are available at Walmart. We picked up the wings in the freezer section at Walmart and then I was able to get the items for the dip as well.
I’ve mentioned before that we do love our Dill Dip with wings. This time though we decided to make Spinach Dill Dip. The best part? It was actually enhanced with the Frank’s Redhot Buffalo Sauce. That’s right, you can add a few drops of the buffalo sauce right to the dip.
It gives the dip a nice little kick to pair with those wings.
What varieties of Frank’s Redhot Wings does Walmart sell?
We prefer all 3 wings to serve on a nice platter with the dip and some veggies surrounding it. It’s easy to just set the tray or platter in the center of the table and let everyone dig in on game day.
Do you always serve wings for game day? I feel like they are a must-have. What’s a game day party without the wings?
Yep, I said it.
Now, let’s get to this tasty dip.
What do you need for Spinach Dill Dip?
- Real Mayo
- Sour Cream
- Cream Cheese
- Dill Weed
- Seasoned Salt
- Chopped Onion Flakes
- Chopped Parsley
- Thawed Chopped Spinach
- Frank’s Redhot Buffalo Sauce
That’s all you need to make a delicious dip to pair with those wings. The dip can also be used for chips and veggies as well, it’s very versatile and tasty.
It’s a favorite that we have grown up on over the years and then we always add to it using the dill dip as a base recipe. It’s such a fun one to mix up depending on what will be served with it.
Often times, my husband takes over the wing making. He’s the king of the wings. That’s probably super cheesy but it’s so true. He loves wings and with Frank’s Redhot Wings they are already coated and ready to serve. It makes them super easy to just place on a baking sheet and cook.
Can you make Frank’s Redhot Wings in the Air Fryer?
Maybe you are one of the many that ended up with a new air fryer for the holidays? If so, these wings can easily be made in the air fryer too. Simply follow the instructions on your air fryer for the cook time and temperature for wings and they’ll be done in minutes.
I tend to love to use the air fryer to make them, not only am I obsessed with the air fryer, but it’s also just easier to do without having to get out any baking dishes.
As we get ready for our game day, my husband gets the wings in the oven while I work on the dip. I like to let the dip chill for a few hours before serving. It tastes best nice and cold.
Once you have everything ready to go. It’s time to put your feet up, enjoy a great football game, and some tasty Frank’s Redhot Wings!
Let’s get ready for game day!
Spinach Dill Dip & Frank’s Redhot Wings
- 1 Cup Real Mayo
- 1 Cup Sour Cream
- 8 Oz Cream Cheese, Softened
- 2 Tbsp Dill Weed
- 2 Tsp Seasoned Salt
- 2 Tsp Chopped Onion Flakes
- 2 Tsp Chopped Parsley
- 1/2 Cup Thawed Chopped Spinach
- 2 Tbsp Frank's Redhot Buffalo Sauce
- Cream together all ingredients in a large mixing bowl or using a stand mixer.
- Chill in the fridge for 1-2 hours before serving with Frank's Redhot Wings.
This can be made without the sauce and spinach if you prefer.