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20minutes
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40minutes
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16 servings

Chocolate Nutty Mini-Footballs Treats™

Huddle together to make this fun recipe for the big game. The football shapes are easy for little hands to mold.
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773
20minutes
prep
80minutes
total
24 servings

Chocolate Scotcheroos

It's fun to say. They're fun to make. And, thanks to the chocolate, butterscotch and peanut butter, they're even more fun to eat.
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5176
30minutes
prep
60minutes
total
30 servings

Cookies & Cream Zebra Treats™

The Original Treats and Cocoa Krispies Treats team up with cookies and cream crumbles in this stripey, chocolatey recipe the whole family will love.
4
157
20minutes
prep
40minutes
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6 servings

Giant Remote Control


Dad will be happy to share this hilariously humongous remote control. And the kids will love frosting this one-pan recipe with big, colorful buttons.
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426
20minutes
prep
40minutes
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8 servings

MVP Jersey Treats™

Use cookies cutters and colored frosting to make and decorate your favorite team's starting lineup with your little ones.
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140
20minutes
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40minutes
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8 servings

Caramel Helmet Treats™

Cheering for your favorite team has never been tastier. Rally together to make these helmet shapes and decorate them with frosting to match your team's colors.
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102
20minutes
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40minutes
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10 servings

Vanilla Victory Hands

These delicious foam-finger shapes sit on sticks, so you and your kids can cheer for your team (and bite into something tasty) as if you were inside the stadium.
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124
20minutes
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40minutes
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12 servings

Chocolate vs Walnut Playbook


Kick off your game-day celebration by making and decorating this full-pan recipe. Frost the field, line up your "players" and dig in.
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64
20minutes
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80minutes
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24 servings

Gridiron Brownies™

Put your game faces on to make these crunchtastic brownies together. The end zones are so tasty, you might have to flip a coin to see who gets to eat them.
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43
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