Ideas for bunco recipes or bunco menus are easy when you think about it.
Just follow a few rules and you'll be able to plan your bunko menu faster than you can roll the dice!
Here are some tips:
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Avon Lake Bunco Babes
We have a fabulous group of women that have been together for about twenty years and still going strong!!! Every September we make out our new Bunco Season …
Bunco Shrimp Not rated yet
Shrimp with cocktail sauce is always a good addition to any home party. But I step it up a kick by putting a small amount of cocktail sauce in individual …
Maple Peanut Mix Not rated yet
At our bunco game last night, we had the yummiest Maple Peanut Mix. I love M&M's at bunco, but this was a great alternative! We couldn't get enough of …
Truffle Recipe Not rated yet
Here's a yummy truffle recipe we had at bunco last night. 1 package crushed Oreos 8 oz. cream cheese, softened Combine above, and form into balls …
I thought it might be helpful to come up with a list of bunco food that I usually see at the different bunco games I attend:
Remember, bunco food doesn't need to be fancy, just something fun. If you are having a themed bunco party, select some finger foods or appetizers that will work well with your theme.
Mix brown sugar and vanilla into egg white. Add pecans and stir until all are coated thoroughly. Spread out on sheet and bake at 275 degrees for 40 minutes, stirring after 20 minutes.
Pineapple Cheese Ball
Mix ingredients and form into a ball. Roll in pecans, chopped parsley or chili powder. Best made the day before so the flavors will really mix!
Rolo and Pretzel Treats
Place an unwrapped Rolo on top of the pretzel, and then microwave just long enough for the Rolo to get soft. Press another pretzel on top to make a "sandwich."
Instead of pressing another pretzel on top, you can also opt to press an M&M on top of the Rolo instead.
Cool and store in a dry, airtight container until ready to serve.