Chocolate Treat Recipes for Your Super Bowl Party
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Everyone loves a good snack at the Super Bowl and if you’re invited to a party, you have to contribute something to the spread. This year skip the savory dishes and dips – everyone else will be bringing those already – and impress everyone with some delicious football worthy chocolate treat recipes. Chocolate is highly versatile and you may be surprised at just how many great desserts you can craft up for this annual football celebration.
Can't Go Wrong With Brownies
We aren’t talking box mix here. Instead, we’re talking about the true, from-scratch, homemade delicious brownies. You can make a pan of the classic or mix it up a bit and craft something fun – like these Peanut Swirl Brownies from the Food Network. Get creative and cut up your brownies into football shapes, top with chocolate frosting and then finish off the laces with white royal icing or melted white chocolate.
Go With Classic Cookies
Sometimes simple is best. If you have a favorite chocolate chip recipe, make it. To save yourself some time, transform it into a pan recipe so that all you have to do is bake one batch and cut up into squares before the game. Plus, it makes it easier to transport. Add extra chocolate chips or perhaps two different types of chocolate chips so that it’s extra chocolateful.
Homemade Chocolate Rice Krispie Footballs – I Think So!
Got chocolate rice cereal? Then make the classic rice cereal treats in cocoa form and then shape them into footballs. Top them off with icing to finish the look and you got a delicious treat adults and kids will enjoy. You can find a rice krispie football recipe on That’s What Che Said that is easy and quick to follow.
Opt for the Refined with Chocolate Covered Strawberries
These are fresh, delicious and easy. Strawberries somewhat already have a football shape too – as close as you can get naturally anyway. Just dip them into some dark, milk or semi-sweet chocolate, then finish the laces with white chocolate. They’re super quick to make and the adults at the party will enjoy the slight refinement to your dessert choice.
Bring the Real Deal
If you don’t have time or you’re going to a fairly intimate Super Bowl party, bring the chocolates you receive from your chocolate of the month club. These clubs send a hearty amount of chocolate each month and they are perfect for sharing. Just a few of our favorites include the Clubs Galore Chocolate of the Month Club, Harry & David’s Chocolate of the Month Club and the original Chocolate of the Month Club.