Tailgating Treats (Free Ebook!)

It's football season! Celebrate with fun and easy football-themed treats!

Last week I started my senior year at the University of Alabama, Roll Tide. As much as I'm not looking forward to graduating (I mean, where did the first three years go?), I'm super excited about the football games this year. I live near the stadium, so all my friends usually come over beforehand. If my parents happen to have tickets to a game, they bring TONS of food with them. We'll all pig out and then walk around the quad for a little bit. Maybe get some deep fried Oreos and listen to the Million Dollar Band. I love the atmosphere on gameday. Did you know that as many as 150,000 people come to Tuscaloosa on gameday? Bryant Denny holds over 100,000 people, so that means that about 50,000 show up just to be there. To tailgate, socialize, and be where it all happens. To cheer on the Crimson Tide to victory.

A big part of tailgating is food. Just today, one of my teachers asked the class what they were planning on cooking for the first game tomorrow, even though it isn't a home game. Football and food just go together. Like cake and frosting. Which is why I put together this little ebook!

Tailgating Treats has eleven fun recipes you can make for your next tailgate or game-viewing-get-together! These recipes are easily adaptable for any football team, and include directions for baking from scratch or from boxed cake mixes. 

Did I mention...it's free? Because it is. :)

If you'd like to download Tailgating Treats, here are a few things you should know!

1. This ebook is a pdf, and I used a website called E-Junkie to host it. All you have to do is click the "Add to Cart" button below.
2. It'll take you to "shopping cart" on E-Junkie and will look like you're going to buy the ebook, but the price is set to $0.00, so it's free.
3. Then it will ask you for your name and email address. You will not get annoying emails from E-Junkie. They require an email address because they'll email you a receipt. That's all!
4. After that, it'll take you to a page that says your transaction was completed, or something like that, and there will be a download button. So click away!
5. When you download the pdf and open it, click "View" on the top menu. Then click "Page Display" and then "Two Up". That way two pages will be displayed at a time (which is how I designed it in InDesign not knowing that it wouldn't do that automatically in Adobe reader).

Then you're good to go!

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If you decided to make any of the recipes in this ebook, I'd love to hear about it! Feel free to email me at thecollegiatebaker@yahoo.com or send me a Tweet at @CollegiateBaker!

And as always,
Roll Tide


  1. ROLL TIDE ROLL! Your ebook is Championship worthy!

  2. I am very excited about your first ebook. It looks great and makes me very hungry. Roll Tide!

  3. Just got through downloading and reading through your ebook. You did an excellent job Beth! I'm looking forward to trying these out with Sarah.. along with a few team choice color changes of course! Again, well done!

    1. Thank you so much! I hope you guys like them and let me know how it turns out! :)

  4. Roll Tide girl! Good job. I have my ebook and can't wait to make something. Patrick is coming over Labor Day and might have to try one of the recipes.

    1. Thanks, and Roll Tide to you too! I hope you guys like whatever you decided to make!