17 Olympic Dessert Recipes That Get Your Head In The Games
Blood. Sweat. Tears… and sugar. It's almost time for the opening ceremonies of the 2021 Tokyo Olympics (finally!). Over the course of the competitions, you'll get to see some serious human strength, and you're going to need your energy. In the form of Olympic dessert recipes, of course. Olympic glory never tasted this sweet.
A little bit fruity, a little bit unique, and a whole lot of sweet, these desserts are the perfect way to welcome this year's Olympics. Make it extra fun and eat them while the real torch is moving across the world! (via Brit + Co)
Not cheering for the good old US of A? (Say what?) Change the colors to whatever flag colors you please. (via She Knows)
This cake has both winter and Russian vibes. Add an Olympic-Rings cake topper, and you've got all your bases covered. (via Use Real Butter)
Just watching gymnastics makes us exhausted. We'll reach for one of these athletically-challenged little morsels to recharge, courtesy of the official Russo-liquor. (via Just A Pinch)
6. Nanaimo Bars
Alright, these are totally leftovers from a past winter Olympics. Nanaimo is a Vancouver regional recipe, but sometimes reliving the good old days is so sweet. (via The Kitchn)
You really should be getting more fruits in your diet, even if they are covered in sugar and frosting. (via A Small Snippet)
Are you going to individually wrap Rolos in medal-colored foil for your friends? Yes, you are. Because you're a winner like that. (via Makes and Takes)
You can cut these little lovelies into Olympic rings, but really, we think that's overkill. Buy or make them in the correct colors, and let them do their duty just as they are. (via Diamonds for Dessert)
Celebrate your favorite places around the world with these worldly toothpick flags. (via Bird's Party)
14. Diver Cookies
If there was a baking Olympics, this recipe would take the gold. (via Heather Christo)
15. Frozen Cake
There are a few things we like about this cake. It's vegan. It's frozen. It's customizable. Change the colors to show whatever patriotic pride you're sporting. (via Bitter Sweet)
16. Fruit Cookies
They have fruit, so you could probably get away with eating them for breakfast, which we think you should most definitely do. (via Little Food Junction)
You might mistake these bad boys for a gold medal...we bet they taste better though. (via Brit + Co.)
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This post has been updated.