A staple of summertime is all the delicious fair food that’s available throughout the season! We decided to put our own twist on some county fair classics that you can make at home. Check out these scrumptious ideas:
1. CRINKLE CUT COOKIE FRIES
What goes better with a hamburger cake than these Crinkle Cut Cookie Fries? Made using a simple roll-out dough, these crinkle cut cookie fries are then dipped in melted Red Candy Melts candy ketchup for the final touch. A fun dessert idea for kids and adults alike, these sweet cookie fries are a quick and easy treat that’s hard to beat. Get the recipe here.
2. COTTON CANDY CUPCAKES
Nothing says county fair quite like cotton candy, and these County Fair Cotton Candy Cupcakes are a sweet treat for summer reminiscing. Made using the ColorSwirl 3-Color Coupler, these cupcakes feature three colors of icing to match the cotton candy topping…and since they feature light pink and blue colors, these would also be great for any baby shower or gender reveal party. Get the how-to here.
3. CHERRY PIE POPS
Whether you’re looking for a classic Independence Day dessert or something simple and easy to make for your backyard BBQ, these Cherry Pie Pops make it so easy to create a quick and fun dessert that everyone will love. One recipe makes about 15 pie pops and is a great crowd-pleasing idea that doesn’t involve any slicing and serving. Use a circle cookie cutter to cut out your pie crusts and fill them with tasty cherry filling for a sweet treat that screams summer fun. Get the recipe here.
4. CHOCOLATE DONUT ICE CREAM SANDWICHES
Beat the summer heat with these Chocolate Doughnut Ice Cream Sandwiches. Sweet homemade chocolate doughnuts are sliced and filled with ice cream, making these a crowd-pleaser for summer BBQ’s or kids birthday parties. Mix and match ice cream flavors and have fun decorating these doughnuts with a collection of Wilton sprinkles. A fun project to do in the kitchen with the kids, these Chocolate Doughnut Ice Cream Sandwiches are sure to become a summertime family favorite. Get the recipe here.