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Super Bowl Party Desserts

Looking for Super Bowl party desserts? Get easy to make Super Bowl party dessert recipes. Taste of Home has desserts for Super Bowl party parties including pies, cakes, and more Super Bowl party desserts.

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I've been making these cookies for nearly 30 years. The flavor is delicious and they are always a well appreciated. This is an all-time favorite with my family. —Nancy Horton, Greenbrier, Tennessee
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Chocolate Chip Graham Bars

Chocolate Chip Graham Bars

Chocolate Chip Graham Bars

These moist chewy bars are a satisfying snack any time of day. Packed with oats, chocolate chips, crunchy peanuts and graham cereal, they have something for everyone. -Sandi Michalski, Macy, Indiana

Oatmeal Cookie Pizza

Oatmeal Cookie Pizza

Oatmeal Cookie Pizza

When my son was 7, he loved making this cookie pizza. It's a great project for those "Mom, I'm bored" days. —Judy Brinegar, Liberty, North Carolina

Maple Whoopie Pies

Maple Whoopie Pies

Maple Whoopie Pies

In New York, we have a huge maple syrup industry. I took a basic whoopie pie and gave it a twist using our beloved maple flavor. —Holly Balzer-Harz, Malone, New York
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Honey Caramels

Honey Caramels

Honey Caramels

I love whipping up a batch of homemade honey-sweetened caramels for my family and friends. Sometimes I replace the walnuts with pecans, filberts or almonds. —Arline Hofland, Deer Lodge, Montana

Football Cake

Football Cake

Football Cake

Surprise your favorite fan on his birthday with a cake he's bound to get a kick out of! This cake can cover the field for non-birthday occasions, as well. Think what a hit it would be at a Super Bowl party, taken along for tailgating at a game this fall, or at a bake sale to raise funds for the local school football team, cheerleaders or pep band! —Ruth Andrewson, Leavenworth, Washington

Tailgate Apple Pies

Tailgate Apple Pies

Tailgate Apple Pies

Made as single servings, these handheld pies are ideal for football games or other parties. They always disappear quickly. You can also use large cookie cutters to create holiday shapes in the tender pastry. For Valentine's Day, I cut a small heart into the top crust. —Jennifer Stoltz, Spring Green, Wisconsin

Popcorn Snacks

Popcorn Snacks

Popcorn Snacks

We always had popcorn balls at Christmastime when I was growing up. A couple years ago, my mother gave me this recipe for an updated version.—Vicki Theis, Shakoppe, Minnesota

Taffy Apple Pizza

Taffy Apple Pizza

Taffy Apple Pizza

This sweet treat from Melissa Beachy of Guthrie, Kentucky has something for everyone. With peanut butter, apple, peanuts, caramel topping and a sugar cookie crust, the pleasing pizza pie is sheer delight!

Fudge-Topped Brownies

Fudge-Topped Brownies

Fudge-Topped Brownies

If you love brownies and fudge, why not combine the two? Mix up a pan of these exquisite brownies for any holiday or special gatherings...or just when you want to treat yourself to the ultimate chocolate dessert. -Judy Olson, Whitecourt, Alberta

Pecan Chocolate Chip Brownies

Pecan Chocolate Chip Brownies

Pecan Chocolate Chip Brownies

"We call these 'magic bars' because they're fast and easy to make, and they disappear quickly when finished-just like magic!" declared Beverly Wilkerson of Crocker, Missouri.

Peanutty Caramel Bars

Peanutty Caramel Bars

Peanutty Caramel Bars

Made in the microwave, these sweet and chewy bars can be stirred by very quickly. Loaded with caramel, chocolate, peanuts and peanut butter, they remind some folks of a candy bar. Kids of all ages love them. —Charlene Bennett Clearville, Pennsylvania
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