Family Tailgating with KING’S HAWAIIAN® #kingshawaiian

I LOVE this time of year. The weather is starting to cool off, the leaves will soon change to beautiful colors and best of all – football season is here!

Every weekend we try to gather our family for a college football watch party to cheer on our team, the OU Sooners. Of course, a party isn’t a party without yummy food, so I am always coming up with new ideas on what to serve my guests and family. I don’t like to spend a ton of time in the kitchen on game day, though, so I typically prepare easy-to-make recipes. One of my favorites? Barbecue chopped brisket sandwiches on King’s Hawaiian buns!


  • King’s Hawaiian hamburger buns, toasted
  • prepared barbecue chopped brisket (pork or beef)
  • red onion, sliced

To prepare, simply heat up your favorite prepared barbecue chopped brisket while you are toasting the King’s Hawaiian hamburger buns. (I just use the toaster!) Add the brisket and onion to the buns and they are ready to eat!

I love the combination of the sweet King’s Hawaiian buns with the spiciness of the barbecue brisket. So delicious and take nearly no time at all to make. A definite crowd pleaser!

KING’S HAWAIIAN has an all-star line-up of sandwich products which includes: Mini Sub Rolls, Sandwich Buns, and Hamburger Buns and Hotdog buns.

Whether you are at your kid’s game or the stadium, KING’S HAWAIIAN is a great choice for a family tailgate.

What is your family’s favorite part of game day? Comment below and be entered for a chance to win $200 to put towards your next game day event. 

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Kings Hawaiian. The opinions and text are all mine.  Official Sweepstakes Rules.

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Amy Bellgardt

AMY BELLGARDT is a wife and mom of two boys, as well as founder and lead blogger at Mom Spark. Amy also manages Mom Spark Media, a social media marketing firm, as well as a thriving essential oil business.

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