Sharing a Super Bowl delicious tablescape for the big game with a Snickers cookie cup recipe.
The best way to celebrate the Super Bowl is with snacks, dips, and appetizers to feed a hungry crowd.
With three kids in tow, my game plan was to prepare something simple and easy. While the husband created a field goal out of PVC for the kids (and our tablescape football display), I started in the kitchen to feed everyone's hungry bellies.
The goal (no pun intended) was to make each entree a 2-3 step process. Today, I'm sharing you a few of these recipes and how I put them together.
First, I wanted to share with you two amazingly easy recipes for dessert - a SNICKERS Cookie Cup.
Get some cookie dough and roll it into balls. Place them into a muffin pan. Put it in the oven at 350 degrees for 10 minutes.
After pulling them out of the oven, stick a fun size SNICKERS bar into the middle. The cookies will mold around the SNICKERS bar. The chocolate will slowly ooze and meld with the cookies into a delectable treat!
It is seriously delicious.
I then also took Kim Six's recipe for a Starburst Creamsicle Milkshake that is to die for! It too was an easy 3 step process, literally. Melt the Starburst in your favorite flavor. Then, mix in a few scoops of vanilla ice cream!
For the main course, I always try to do two options. This year, we chose wings, smokies in blankets, and hot turkey croissants - guaranteed to be crowd pleasers. Each literally took about 10 minutes of prep time.
With the wings, I put a little olive oil in a plastic zipper bag with some of my favorite dry rub. Then, I placed it on a rack in the oven for 25 minutes, and they were perfect.
For the smokies in blankets, I just split each triangle from a refrigerated crescent dinner rolls and rolled them up in there. After I took out the wings, I popped the smokies in blankets in the oven for 10 minutes.
Since I cannot get enough of the deliciousness of flaky croissants, I decided to make some croissant swiss turkey sandwiches for the main course. I used prepackaged croissants.
Next, I added Swiss cheese and some turkey deli meat. I placed the sandwich in the oven for about 3 minutes, long enough for the cheese to melt. EASY, y'all!
And just so that I didn't have to break out any additional dinnerware for my football fanatics, I wrapped it up!
And 'les not forget about popcorn and Skittles! These are so easy to make and divy up in snack size portion. Almond bark, popcorn, and Skittles - can we say yums?!
You melt the almond bark, cover popped popcorn into the almond bark, and top it off with Skittles. For the Skittles you don't use, just put a container out. I promise you they will disappear!
And while you're at it, leave out the M&M'S for another entree.
To add some flare to our party, we put up Ryan's field goal and dressed it with a few printable banners, one of which you can download here: Go Team printable banner. Isn't it cute!
You can find the red concession stand banner here with the recipe for the delicious Girl Scout tagalong peanut butter cookie recipe.
How will you celebrate game day?
Easy Sweet Dessert Recipes
- Whipped Peanut Butter Brownie
- Holiday Truffles and Mini Cupcakes
- Holiday Tres Leche Milk Cake
- White Chocolate Popcorn Recipe
- Cereal, Chocolate, and Caramel Chex Mix Recipe
- Girl Scout Tagalong Copycat Recipe
- Snickers Cookie Cup Recipe
- Instant Oatmeal Cookies with Vanilla
- Strawberry Sweet Parfait with Ice Cream
- Semi-Homemade Churro Sandwiches
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