Huddle Up: 10 New Recipes for Game Day

September 27th, 2016 by Desiree Smith

Huddle Up: New Recipes for Game Day!We’ve been having a ton of fun sharing tasty treats from our Game On series this month, but we know that teaming up on delicious recipes is the best way to score with a hungry crowd. That’s why we’ve partnered up with some incredible bloggers to bring you even more amazing ideas! Check out these new recipes for game day.


Let’s kick things off with these Candy Shot Glasses from Princess Pinky Girl. Jenn is ready to say “cheers” to her alma mater and their biggest rivals by throwing one back in an edible candy shot glass. She’ll walk you through how to make your own with the Silicone Shot Glass Mold to represent your favorite team – get the how-to right here.

Edible Candy Shot Glasses | Princess Pinky Girl


Dorothy from Crazy for Crust used the Mega Cookie Pan to take chocolate chip cookies to a whole new level. She filled the entire pan with cookie dough to make one Mega Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake! You can leave this giant cookie as is for the whole team to enjoy, or you can decorate it however you’d like. Check out how Dorothy did it and get the full recipe here.

Mega Chocolate Chip Cookie Cake | Crazy for Crust


Let’s get a little savory mixed in here. Stacie over at Simply Stacie used the Mega Mini Muffin Pan to make a meaty, cheesy, treat. These Cheeseburger Muffins are perfect for game day, whether you’re out tailgating or sitting on the couch watching the game. Get the full recipe for these bite-sized beefy muffins here.

Cheeseburger Muffins | Simply Stacie


What’s better than pizza? A brownie pizza! Kim, AKA The Partiologist, used the Easy Layers Cake Pan Set to create personal pan-style brownies loaded up with all sorts of yummy toppings. She finished off this decadent treat with a drizzle of Candy Melts candy in her favorite team colors! Get the full recipe here.

Game On Brownie Pizza | The Partiologist


This yummy School Spirit Snack Mix from Glory at Glorious Treats is perfect for an after-school snack, a treat to share during spirit week or after game practice. She’s created a mix of salty, crunchy and sweet that you won’t be able to stop munching on. Get the full recipe here.

School Spirit Snack Mix | Glorious Treats


Sometimes, football games start pretty early and that demands good morning munchies! Shell of Not Quite Susie Homemaker has a tasty recipe that is sure to get you going both on and off the field. Get the full recipe for these Egg, Pepper & Bacon Breakfast Bites here.

Mini Egg, Pepper & Bacon Breakfast Bites | Not Quite Susie Homemaker


Huddle up! These adorable cookies are dipped in Candy Melts candy – pick any color combo that matches your favorite team – and get to dipping! Meaghan over at The Decorated Cookie has decorated these cookies to look like football players and referees. They’re a cute and easy treat that are sure to get everyone smiling. Get the how-to for these Sports Team Oreos here.

Team Colors Oreos | The Decorated Cookie


I am just drooling over this Pizza Cake! Stacie of Simply Stacie has brought us another savory recipe that’s you’ve just got to try. She used the Easy Layers Pan to stack up five tasty layers of pizza filled with whatever toppings your pizza-loving heart desires. Get the recipe here.

Pizza Cake |Simply Stacie


Here’s a fast and easy appetizer to get your appetite up and running – Potato Bites! Shell of Not Quite Susie Homemaker threw some potatoes and simple seasonings onto the Mega Cookie Pan to bake four pounds of potatoes. Get the full recipe here.

Easy Potato Bites Recipe | Not Quite Susie Homemaker


Let’s round this up with these Football Team Cupcakes from Glory at Glorious Treats. She used the Color Right System and Color Swirl to pipe a perfect tri-color swirl in colors that represent her favorite team. No matter if the team wins or loses – these cupcakes are sure to win over everyone. Get the how-to here.

Football Team Cupcakes | Glorious Treats

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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