Olympic Party Roundup! 20 Sweet Treats for an Olympic Party

It’s finalllllly here. I told you all I would wait until July 23rd to post any of my Olympic ideas. I think I did pretty well – unless you are a Club CandiQuik member, then you saw a sneak peak of a few ideas. But today you get the directions and recipes to all 20 sweet ideas!

Can you tell, I have been pretty excited about this Olympic Party?! Even more so once I started seeing the many cool, unique, sweet, and delicious ideas that rolled in. You are all such talented bloggers and bakers.

FYI: The London Summer Olympics begins Friday, July 27, and ends Sunday, August 12, 2012. Are you having an Olympic-themed party? I think I’ll have one, even if all it entails is myself eating all these sugary treats while watching swimming, gymnastics, and track & field.

Let’s get the party started.

*Related: WINTER Olympic Ski Treats!

 

Olympic (graham cracker cookie) Flags

 

Caramel Pretzel Cheesecake

 

Olmypic Torch Snack Mix

 

 Gold Medal Cookies by The Sweet Adventures of Sugarbelle

 

Olympic Swimming Pool Cake

 

Olympic Torch Cupcake Toppers 

 

English Apple Cinnamon Pasties

 

Go for the Gold Pineapple Truffles

 

Olympic Torch Cake Pops

 

{Brownie Batter} Hand Pies

 

Olympic Ring Oreos

 

Olympic Medals – Dipped Ritz Crackers

 

Olympic Ring Marshmallow Pops

 

Olympic Medal Cookies

 

Olympic Flame Cake Pops

 

Olympic Ring Cake Pops

 

Chocolate Barbell Cookies

 

Soccer Cake Balls

 

Olympic Nanaimo Bars

 

Horse Cookies

 

Oreo Olympic Gold Medals Dessert

 

Free Olympic Printables

 

Here they are again, compiled into one giant pin-able collage!

New! Check out the Winter Olympic Marshmallow Skiers!

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