Have you ever thought of stuffing Starburst® candies into Chocolate Chip Cookies? No? Me either. That is until I was allowed to participate in this #BigGameTreats promo with #CollectiveBias!
At first I thought about stuffing some SNICKERS® into crescent rolls and shape them into footballs… As good as those are, and yes we have made them before – yum! We decided to make Starburst Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies. In addition to making Starburst Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies, we also made SNICKERS Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies and SNICKERS Stuffed Crescent Rolls. Scroll through all the deliciousness!
Did your team make it to the big game this season? Ours did! Hopefully, our team’s adrenaline will continue on and we’ll emerge victoriously with a huge blowout like we did in the championship game! No matter who wins or loses, we’ll be sure to have a great home-gating party with some awesome snacks.
For the big game we’ll be making a trip to Walmart to pick up our cookie recipe ingredients, snacks, drinks and other home-gating supplies.
Starburst Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies
It didn’t take long to whip up these chocolate chip cookies stuffed with Starburst candies. They’re pretty simple to make and hit your taste buds harder than your favorite team’s red zone defense!
But wait, there’s more!
SNICKERS Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies
If you’re not feeling like a daredevil and want to make a more relaxed treat for your football game tailgating or house-gating party, you can replace the Starburst in the recipe with halved SNICKERS Fun Size candy bars, they came out awesome too! Simply cut SNICKERS Fun Size in 1/2 and put them inside the cookies just as directed with the Starburst. We even made some combo-cookies with both a slice of SNICKERS and a Starburst stuffed inside.
Snickers Stuffed Crescent Rolls
Here’s that football shaped SNICKERS Crescent Roll Treat I was telling you about. They’re easy to make and taste great. Take a crescent roll triangle, stick a SNICKERS Fun Size bar in it and roll it up. Manipulate the edges, pinch it all together so the SNICKERS doesn’t run out and shape them into footballs. Place them on a parchment lined cookie sheet and bake as instructed on the crescent roll package. Note that it may take a few extra minutes to bake. Ours took 2 extra minutes to become a nice golden brown.
So, we’ve discovered some new tailgating snacks…
What’s your favorite big game treat? Leave a comment below…