What do you serve at a Nascar party?

Here are the five easy NASCAR party foods that I served:

  • PIZZA! Seriously, pizza saves the day for me all the time.
  • Hot Broccoli Dip. This was the only thing I made from scratch, but don’t worry!
  • Cheese Ball & Crackers. Okay, there is no way you can go wrong with a cheese ball.
  • BBQ Cocktail Wieners.
  • Chips and Dip.

What do I need for Nascar tailgate?

Another thing that makes the NASCAR tailgating unique is the ability to camp out on the premises (or, at the worst, there’s a camping field within walking distance)….Tailgating Essentials:

  1. Tins and Sternos.
  2. Tupperware.
  3. Aluminum foil.
  4. Plastic wrap.
  5. Grill.
  6. Grilling utensils.
  7. Gas or charcoal for the grill.
  8. Matches/lighters.

What should I eat for lunch on race day?

You should avoid extra dietary fiber so feel free to choose white bread instead of dark and to drink juice instead of eating fruits. Typical pre-race meal foods include white bread and honey, eggs, oatmeal or low-fiber cereals, bananas, yogurt, and juice.

What should I make for appetizers?

50 Easy Appetizers (+ Quick Recipes)

  • Pigs in a Blanket (with Cheese!)
  • Easy Cranberry Brie Bites.
  • Easy Pizza Dip.
  • Crockpot Buffalo Chicken Wings.
  • Spinach Artichoke Zucchini Bites.
  • Easy Roasted Sweet Potato Bites.
  • Hormel Chili Dip.
  • Easy Homemade Mozzarella Sticks.

Can you tailgate at Nascar race?

Just as NASCAR is a sport unlike any other, NASCAR tailgating is an art and event all its own. In fact, some fans show up days in advance just to experience the tailgating camaraderie and energy of NASCAR, even if they still end up watching the race on their TV in the parking lot.

Can you tailgate at Daytona Speedway?

Tailgating. Tailgating is a big part of the fun at the Daytona Speedway, where events bring out a real community of racing enthusiasts with a distinct culture of celebration. Outside food and beverage is allowed, as long as its contained in a small, soft-sided cooler.

What should you not eat the day before a race?

What Not To Eat Before Running

  • Legumes. Legumes – beans and lentils – are a great source of energy, but are also high fiber and can cause gastrointestinal distress when running.
  • Too Much Fat.
  • Spicy Foods.
  • Sugary Stuff and Too Many Carbs.