Win The Superbowl With These 9 Amazing Dessert Snacks (Recipes)
By Cooking Panda
Ready for Superbowl Sunday?
Whether you’re a diehard football fan eager to see the yearly ultimate showdown or you simply enjoy having a party with your friends and family, there’s one thing we can all agree on: The snacks ROCK.
Superbowl Sunday is one day where calories definitely don’t count. If you’re looking for some delicious savory apps, you can find some awesome ones here. But you’ll want to make sure you have some solid desserts as well. Bring any of these bite-sized, easy-to-eat sweet treats to your game-day party, and walk around telling everyone you won the Superbowl. They will agree.
Looking for a fudgy, gooey sweet and salty combo? Toss some caramel, pecans and pretzels into your brownies to cover all your snack bases.
Gooey chocolate and peanut butter, plus some crispy candies? We are all in.
No matter how you decorate these cupcakes, they will still be super adorable — especially if you adorn them in the colors of your favorite team.
How could anyone not love this giant football cookie? The peanut butter provides a deep flavor and rich, chewy texture, plus it’s super cute.
Surround balls of the best dessert snack known to mankind with a thin, crispy batter and deep fry the whole thing to win everyone’s hearts. How can you pass this one up?
This luscious dessert pizza has all the delicious flavors of a cinnamon roll with half the work. Plus, the novelty of a dessert pizza is just too exciting to pass up. A crowd pleaser for sure!
This dip is stunningly gorgeous and looks like it’s a lot of trouble, but all you need are a few extra bowls, a box of Funfetti cake mix, a couple other ingredients you probably have on hand, and you’re all set to score a touchdown with this gorgeous and tasty foolproof dip.
Everyone loves a good cheese ball. Sweeten the deal with a dessert version that tastes just like peanut butter cheesecake. The only downside is that this one is so tasty, it might not even make it out the door.
Just like the real thing! Of course, if you’re not in the mood for these tasty little pretzel balls, you can totally just make the sweet, fluffy dipping sauce and serve it with anything you want — mini cinnamon rolls, cookies, vanilla wafers … you can’t go wrong here!
This delectable dip gets extra bulk from rich peanut butter, creamy, textured oats, crunchy, sweet M&Ms and classic chocolate chips that will make your team’s victory even sweeter.
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Funnel Cake Fries And Other Shameless Crunchy Desserts
By Cooking Panda
The weekend is upon us, and we just have this feeling you want those kinds of desserts that are drool-worthy and easy to make — and that fearlessly embrace how crunchy, fried and generally satisfying they are.
These treats are perfect to bring to a get-together, but if you want to stay home and eat them all by yourself instead, it’ll be our little secret; these sweet apps are almost too good to share.
Besides the delicious crunchy shells and gooey chocolate filling, we just love how simple it is to make these crescents. Pretty much all you do is fill them with chocolate, seal them up, and fry the crap out of them.
What’s better than donuts? Donut FRIES. Smother them in bacon, maple syrup and chocolate, and enjoy — or use this recipe as a template and top the fries with anything that would be delicious on a donut, like vanilla glaze, candied pecans and coconut flakes.
If you love apple fritters, you’ll adore these apple rings dipped in a donut-like batter, fried to perfection and coated in cinnamon sugar. They’re “healthy.”
Yes, you CAN make your favorite fair food at home, and it’s actually pretty easy! For ultimate enjoyment, make them in fry form and plunge them straight into your favorite sweet dipping sauce, like jam, cookie butter or maybe even instant pudding.
Everyone knows s’mores are good all year ’round, whether you have a campfire or not. When you mix cookie butter, chocolate bits and marshmallow fluff together, magic happens.
So you know about the chocolate and bacon, but there’s more. Wait for it … PRETZEL CRUST.
If you want to skip half the work, pick up a can of your favorite pie filling — any flavor — and these satisfying, crunchy desserts will be ready in no time.
No way do chips and salsa have to be savory only. For a super special twist on your favorite snack, bake or fry flour tortilla chips and coat with butter, cinnamon and brown sugar. Dip in fruit preserves, or consider making your own sweet pico de gallo-type chopped salsa with whatever yummy fruits you have on hand.
Fry up a flour tortilla, douse it with cinnamon sugar and stuff it full of your favorite pie filling. If you’d rather nix the pie filling, throw in some fresh fruit and cream or your favorite dessert spread (Nutella? Cookie butter?) topped with marshmallow fluff instead. The possibilities are endless!Tags: dessert appetizers, dessert recipes, fried desserts, game day dessert, Party Snacks