Countdown to the Big Game: Dessert Dips to Sweeten Your Super Bowl Party

These dessert dips from Food Network are total game changers and keep the party going all the way to the two-minute warning.

S’MAUROS: SKILLET S’MORES Jeff Mauro The Kitchen/Fresh New Food Ideas Food Network Unsalted Butter, Walnuts, Mini Chocolate Chips, Mini Marshmallows, Graham Crackers

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Sure, everyone loves a hearty buffalo chicken dip, but don’t forget about the sweet stuff on Sunday. These dessert dips are total game changers and keep the party going all the way to the two-minute warning. Take them out during the fourth quarter when tensions are running high.

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Bring the joy of the great outdoors inside. All you need are some graham crackers to nosh on this toasted dip that only takes 10 minutes to bake.

Food Network Kitchen's Strawberry Shortcake Dessert Dip, as seen on Food Network.

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Shortbread cookies stand up to this hearty dip based on the sweet summer classic. Garnish the dip with some sugary strawberries for added color.

SHOW: Sandwich King EPISODE: From Italy With Love

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Jeff Mauro simplifies this classic Italian dessert into something that’s easy to make at home. We promise your party guests will still be wow’ed.

Food Network Kitchen's 7-Layer Sundae Dessert Dip, as seen on Food Network.

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Stephen Johnson, 2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Savory versions of this multi-layer dip are always a hit, so this year, try something sweet for a colorful addition to your dessert buffet.

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Cory Dawson

No matter which football team your guests root for, chances are, everyone’s a fan of chocolate. Put out this fondue with a spread of fruit, pretzels and marshmallows and let them dig in.

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