4 Fast Game Day Desserts

September 22nd, 2016 by Desiree Smith

4 Fast Game Day DessertsWhen you’re racing against the clock, anything you can do to save time gives back precious minutes. If you’re scrambling to make some treats for football practice, tailgating or a party at home, check out these fast game day desserts. When you use the Decorator Icing Pouch, your icing is already colored and ready to use. Just start decorating!


1. TEAM SPIRIT BIG CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES

You love your team and these BIG cookies make a BIG statement to show it! Learn to make these cookies in just a few steps so you can have these tasty treats ready to go for the tailgate, cookout, youth sports team or any occasion you want to show off your team pride! There are plenty of icing colors to choose from to match your team’s colors.

Team Spirit Big Chocolate Chip Cookies

2. STAR PLAYER TEAM COLOR CUPCAKES

Decorate cupcakes in just a few minutes using icing pouches with built-in decorating tips. The pouch has a round tip which twists off to reveal a star tip underneath. use the star tip to make cool designs in your team’s colors!
Star Player Team Color Cupcakes

3. EASY TEAM COLOR SUGAR COOKIES

Customized color on cookies has never been easier! Learn how to make this colorful and fun cookie recipe using these easy icing pouches to create bright and bold colors to cheer on your favorite professional football, basketball or youth sports team! Great for at-home game time treats or to bring to the tailgate party for the big game.

Easy Team Color Sugar Cookies

4. EASY RICE CEREAL TREATS

Everyone loves crispy rice cereal treats and now you can make them even better when you add custom colors in yummy icing! These easy icing pouches come in an array of colors and are equipped with fun tips to designs and patterns to fit your Game Time theme. Have fun creating your own customized treats!

Easy Rice Cereal Treats

 

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Desiree Smith Desiree is the Public Relations Manager at Wilton. She spends her days monitoring media opportunities, working with newspaper, magazine and television contacts, collaborating with bloggers and handling a variety of other odds and ends. Desiree has a degree in journalism and experience writing for newspapers and television. Outside of Wilton, she enjoys running and planning outings with friends.

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