5 Dine and Dash Meals for Game Night

5 Quick Meals for a Dine & Dash Game Night


It’s that time of year when you look at the clock at 4:55 and plan the quickest route to your car. You have to get home, make dinner, get the kids ready, and be at the field by 6:05. This isn’t a time to panic because we’ve got 5 easy meals to make your rushed night easy breezy!

Slow Cooker Meatballs

This is the perfect make it and forget it meal! Slow Cooker Meatballs can be used in subs, on top of twisted spaghetti, or baked pasta casserole. With so many different options, you can make these into a different dish every time!

Dine and Dash - Meatballs
Dine and Dash - Lo Mein

Spaghetti Lo Mein

This one pot dinner is so simple. Really. You’ll be shocked that something so yummy takes almost no time at all!

Need a 7-minute dinner? Try frozen stir fry veggies and pre-cooked pasta. Boil the pasta in the morning before you leave for the day and stick it in the fridge.  When you’re ready to make the Lo Mein, steam the veggies in your microwave while the sauce is cooking, then toss the noodles and veggies in the sauce when it’s ready.

Chicken Sloppy Joes

Sloppy Joes anyone? Take the classic to another tasty (and just as easy) level? Be sure your player doesn’t have her whites on for this fun and quick game day meal.

Be nostalgic and make it classic...

Dine and Dash - Chx Sloppy Joes
Dine and Dash - Popcorn Chx

Popcorn Chicken

Don’t waste time in the drive thru line. Make this delicious popcorn chicken that your kids can eat on the way to the field! Add some veggies and turn your popcorn chicken into a wrap!

Fettuccine Alfredo

This simple recipe is great for nights when you have just enough time to boil water. With only 4 ingredients, it’s easy on the clock and (bonus!) your budget. Add left over chicken to give this meal a little extra yum!

Dine and Dash - Fett. Alfredo

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