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7 Football-Themed Chocolate Recipes to Delight Your Superbowl Party

7 Football-Themed Chocolate Recipes to Delight Your Superbowl Party

If you’re hosting or attending a Super Bowl party this weekend, volunteer to make the dessert!

These seven chocolatey recipes are so good, you might notice your guests paying more attention to the buffet than they do to the game.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Footballs

Have your cookie dough and eat it, too! This eggless cookie dough gets dipped into chocolate and molded into the shape of a football to make for a delectable, safe to eat treat. The recipe yields up to 24 “footballs;” don’t be shocked if they don’t last long.

Chocolate Football Pretzel Rods

Sweet meets salty in these easy-to-eat game day treats. Simply melt down white and TCHO dark chocolate discs, dip the pretzel rods into the chocolate, and allow the chocolate to harden. Then pipe white chocolate football “stitches” onto the dark chocolate rods for a footbally finish.

Football Pull Apart Cupcakes

This display looks impressive, but it’s deceptively easy to put together. Just make a bunch of chocolate cupcakes, arrange them in the shape of a football, and add in some simple, football-themed design elements with the help of chocolate and vanilla frosting.

Game Day Chocolate Cake

If you’re ready to go all out for your Super Bowl guests, nothing will “wow” them more than this chocolate cake. Not only is it loaded with chocolate in the form of bittersweet chocolate and cocoa powder. It’s also decorated to look like a veritable (and edible!) football field, goal posts and all. Cute football cookies top off this impressive display.

Game Day Chocolate Chip Cheesecake Ball

You’ve heard of cheesecakes. You’ve heard of cheeseballs. But have you ever heard of a cheesecake ball? That’s exactly what you’ll find in this football-shaped dessert, which boasts plenty of decadent flavor thanks to cream cheese, butter, and chocolate. Scoop up this scrumptious mixture with graham crackers, vanilla wafers, and/or pretzels.  

Peanut Butter Football Cookies

This batch of peanut-buttery goodness makes 48 cookies, so it’s ideal for satisfying a large crowd. The cookies get molded into the shape of footballs and then decorated with chocolate icing (complete with white icing “football laces,” of course!)

Super Bowl Popcorn with Chocolate Almond Footballs

Popcorn is an iconic TV-watching snack, and this recipe gives it a distinct Super Bowl twist. You may encounter a bit of a learning curve as you melt the chocolate for the chocolate almond footballs, but no one will mind if things get a bit messy. Add an extra festive flare by drizzling the popcorn with your favorite team’s colors.

From football-shaped cookies to a football field of cake, these chocolatey dessert recipes are sure to delight any Super Bowl fan with a sweet tooth.