Gallery: Share Your Sweets: Game Day Treats

Rebecca's Whoopie Pies
Rebecca's Whoopie Pies

"This year, I'm upgrading my usual game day chocolate chip cookies to these fun football whoopie pies."—Rebecca E.

Kailley's Edible Eggless Cookie Dough
Kailley's Edible Eggless Cookie Dough

"This cookie dough recipe is meant to be consumed raw, and can be made with just one mixing bowl. Top a batch of brownies with it, make an ice cream sundae with it like this, sandwich it between two chocolate chip cookies, or serve it as a one-bite dessert on a spoon to party guests!"—Kailley L.

Laura's Almond Butter Fudge
Laura's Almond Butter Fudge

"On game day, you need an easy to make sweet that will feed a crowd. Enter Almond Butter Fudge. It only requires four ingredients, is made in the microwave, and is even gluten free. Your sweet tooth and party guests will thank you for making this!"—Laura D.

Natalie's Oreo Krispy Treats
Natalie's Oreo Krispy Treats

"These krispy treats take almost no time to make and are a favorite around these parts! You can cut them into oval-shaped "footballs" for the super bowl or just leave them as squares!"—Natalie P.

Robyn's Sourdough Chocolate Cake
Robyn's Sourdough Chocolate Cake

"Nothing helps the victorious celebrate, or the losers commiserate, better than this super delicious, super easy sourdough chocolate cake with cream cheese frosting! It's perfect for a crowd because it's made and decorated in the same pan so everybody can help themselves. Go team!!"—Robyn F.