Regardless of whether your team wins or loses, you can guarantee your guests leave your football party happy by serving up something sweet. There are many different sweets that you can make for a football party to fit in with the theme. Here are a few fun football dessert ideas.
Brownies are already brown, just like a football. You can either use icing to draw a football on the pan of brownies or use a football-shaped cookie cutter to cut footballs out of the pan and then add football laces to each one. Either way, your football-shaped brownies are sure to score you points with your guests.
Cupcakes are one of the easiest football dessert ideas. You can typically pick up cupcakes already decorated for a football game at any grocery store or bakery, or you can make your own. Ice the cupcakes in your team colors and add fun cupcake picks to make the cupcakes pop.
If you are looking for something that is more unique than brownies or cupcakes, consider making football-shaped whoopie pies. Whoopie pies are nostalgic treats that are sure to remind your guests of years gone by. When shaped like a football and decorated with white-icing laces, these treats can also help your guests root their team on to victory.
Rice Krispies Treats
If you are short on time and are looking to throw a dessert together quickly, consider Rice Krispies treats. Instead of using regular Rice Krispies, select chocolate ones instead. Shape the marshmallow and Rice Krispies cereal into football shapes and allow them to harden. Then use icing to create football laces on your chocolate Rice Krispies treats.
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