Make your Game Day Snacks score with these chocolate dipped Goldfish® crackers that I’m sharing as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars #GoldfishCrowd
It seems like once January hits everyone is talking about Game Day! Now you can call us crazy, but we aren’t big into sports. We don’t actually watch the Big Game for the game. We like it for the Game Day snacks and for the commercials. But just because we aren’t cheering for a special team doesn’t mean we don’t enjoy a great Game Day experience. Like getting the kids involved making these delicious chocolate dipped Game Day Snacks!
Game Day Snacks for a Touch Down!
Our Game Day snacks are super simple and great to include the kids! You simply get your favorite Cheesy Goldfish® crackers and then dip in chocolate!
- 1 cup Goldfish crackers
- 20 melting chocolate pieces
- Sprinkles (optional)
- Melt Chocolate in Microwave
- Dip ends of Goldfish crackers in Melted Chocolate
- Place on Wax Paper
- Sprinkle with Sprinkles
- Allow to cool
Measurements are estimated. Since I was making a lot for all 5 in our family. But you can simply adjust the measurements to fit your family size. And the great thing is if you just want a little, only melt 5-10 chocolate pieces and dip. You can make as much or as little as you want!
Place your favorite melting chocolates into a microwave safe bowl. I used Dark Chocolate because that is our favorite.
Melt in 30 second intervals stirring each time until all the chocolate is well melted and smooth.
Then simply dip the Goldfish crackers into the chocolate. You can dip the head or the tail. Or you can dip the entire cracker if you like. It was just really simple for us to dip the end.
And the fun is that Jade loved the hands on activity. Dressed in our matching aprons we were dipping Goldfish crackers together to make delicious Game Day Snacks!
It should be no surprise that while dipping, your little ones will definitely find a way to sneak a few. The evidence is in the chocolate on the face! But really it shouldn’t be a surprise. These Game Day Snacks are quite good.
Now, you may think chocolate dipped Goldfish crackers might be weird. But I’m telling you it is the perfect blend of sweet and salty. And it’s great because they are the perfect finger snacks for Game Day!
After you dip the Goldfish crackers into the chocolate place them on wax paper to cool.
If you want you can sprinkle with baking sprinkles. Make it even more festive and sprinkle with your team’s colors!
Once these Game Day Snacks are cool you can serve them up in a festive football shaped dish! I found mine at the local dollar store.
And then give each person their own little cupcake liner to serve up their Game Day Snacks!
They are festive, fun, and delicious! And the kids can be involved with every step of creating the best Game Day Snacks!
Make it even more fun with a creative no sew football table runner my friend Camille created! I have just loved this and it is perfect for Game Day. And then the kids can use the Goldfish crackers to represent the football players and they can act out the plays! Or create their own plays!
Want even more delicious Game Day Snacks using Goldfish crackers? Check out our popular Cheesy Potato Casserole, S’mores Popcorn balls and No bake Chocolate Cheesecake tarts for great Game Day Snacks!
Did you know Goldfish snacks has a #GoldfishTalesPromotion going on? Now through 1/31 you can create a photo or video that shows off Goldfish crackers in a Big Game theme via Twitter or Instagram with the hashtag #GoldfishTalesPromotion to enter. Posts using #GoldfishTalesPromotion may appear in the gallery on GoldfishSmiles.com. No Purchase Necessary. Open only to 50 US/DC residents 18+. Ends 1/31/16. Official rules and more at www.GoldfishSmiles.com. Void where prohibited.
What are your favorite Game Day Snacks?
Who would love to help you create our Chocolate Dipped Goldfish crackers?
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