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Super Bowl Dessert Recipes to Feed a Crowd

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Super Bowl desserts should be easy to eat and easy to make for a crowd. These Super Bowl dessert recipes can be made in advance, eaten with one hand (you need the other hand for cheering) and are guaranteed to be a hit with your guests.

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Peanut Butter Brownies Recipe

Peanut Butter Brownies
Stephanie Gallagher

These brownies make a great last-minute Super Bowl party dessert, because they are soft and buttery. Chocolate chips give these brownies a winning flavor.

Kit Kat Bars Recipe

Kit Kat Bars
Stephanie Gallagher

Like the taste of Kit Kat candy bars? Then you will adore these Kit Kat bars. They're similar to the candy, but more like a bar cookie in texture. And these bars make a perfect hand-held dessert.

 

Fudge Brownies Recipe

Fudge Brownies
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Dense and chewy, these rich fudge brownies will make the chocolate-lovers at your Super Bowl party happy - even if their team doesn't win.

Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies Recipe

chewy chocolate chip cookies
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Who doesn't like chocolate chip cookies? And this recipe makes a wonderfully soft and chewy cookie. The secret is an extra egg yolk in the batter.

 

Ultimate Chocolate Brownies Recipe

Ultimate Chocolate Brownies
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When you're throwing a party, you ought to pull out all the stops, and these brownies definitely have a "wow" factor. A thin crispy crust forms on top of a chewy-fudgy brownie base that will have your guests begging for this recipe.

 

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies Recipe

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies
Stephanie Gallagher
Warm and homey, these spiced oatmeal cookies are everything a good cookie recipe should be - soft, chewy and comforting.

 

Cowboy Cookies Recipe

Cowboy Cookies
Stephanie Gallagher

These cowboy cookies have a little bit of everything in them - chocolate chips, coconut, oatmeal and nuts. These cookies make a great dessert that appeals to all of the senses.

 

Peanut Butter Cup Cookies Recipe

Peanut Butter Cup Cookies Recipe
Stephanie Gallagher
Every time I make these cookies, they are eaten right away (no leftovers), and I am asked for the recipe. That's probably because chocolate and peanut butter are such a winning dessert combination, and these cookies score big with both flavors. These may become your game day dessert standby for years to come.

 

German Chocolate Brownies

German Chocolate Brownies
Stephanie Gallagher

If you like the flavors of German chocolate cake, you will like these brownies. A sweetened coconut and pecan layer tops a chocolate brownie base in these rich brownies that are definitely worthy of serving as a special occasion dessert.

 

Chocolate Football Rice Crispy Treats Recipe

Chocolate Football Rice Crispy Treats
Stephanie Gallagher

These mini chocolate footballs are the ideal game day dessert recipe to make with the kids. They're fun to make, and these treats don't take much time at all. For a fun twist, let the kids decorate with icing in the color of your favorite team.

 

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