Everyone's donning their gear for the big game, and I'm over here making football pizza like some sort of Martha Stewart kitchen cheerleader.

Touchdown pizza. This is a super-cute way to serve pizza for a football game - and SOOOO easy!

If there is any way to translate sports into food, you know I'll find it!

Touchdown pizza. This is a super-cute way to serve pizza for a football game - and SOOOO easy!

I've shared my obsession with gluten-free sponsor Smart Flour Foods in the past. They make a few different varieties of frozen pizza, including Uncured Pepperoni pizza with vegetarian-fed pork (no nitrates!) and my new fave Chicken Sausage Pizza.

Touchdown pizza. This is a super-cute way to serve pizza for a football game - and SOOOO easy!

All I had to do for this football pizza was add a few sliced olives. Touchdown!

Football pizza with pepperoni. This is a super-cute way to serve pizza for a football game - and SOOOO easy!

This football pizza is ridiculously easy, and Nate giggled when he saw it. I simply rearranged the pepperoni into a football shape and added some thin-sliced mozzarella. I've found that string cheese also works in a pinch, and it actually tends to hold its shape better when being used for decorative purposes like a football pizza.

Pizza snackadium with veggie dippers. This is a super-cute way to serve pizza for a football game!

This pizza snackadium here is my baby. I've seen SO many snackadiums, but I was proud of myself for coming up with one that offers up something healthy and showcases everyone's favorite game day main dish.

Pizza snackadium with veggie dippers. This is a super-cute way to serve pizza for a football game!

It works best if you first lay out your veggies in a large bowl with a plate in the middle.

Pizza snackadium with veggie dippers. This is a super-cute way to serve pizza for a football game!

Cook a bunch of pizza and cut down a large piece to fit a plate the same size as the plate in the middle of your presentation (so you'll need two plates). Construct some cheese sticks into a goal post configuration with toothpicks, and then prop them up on your pizza with a few more toothpicks at the base. The smaller the goal posts, the easier they'll stand up. Once you have your pizza-field setup, you can lower it down gently into the middle of your veggie sticks. With everything already in place that way, there's less chance of your goal posts getting bumped as you try to arrange vegetables – or vice versa.

Keep the display refrigerated until serving time, and then put it in a COLD corner of your kitchen (I stuck mine in a windowsill with the sun on it and the cheese stick goal posts started to slowly keel over…oops). Plate a bunch of pizza slices and add some ranch dip surrounding your snackadium. Voila. Game time!

Touchdown pizza. This is a super-cute way to serve pizza for a football game - and SOOOO easy!

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