While the Super Bowl might be the biggest sporting event in America, there’s no bigger athletic event in the world than the Olympic Games save maybe the FIFA World Cup. But the US is more or less interested in the women’s tournament while the rest of the world would rather watch the men’s. This year we have the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janiero, Brazil which is turning out to be kind of a shit hole with Zika, crime, pollution, corruption, and well, it’s a mess. A real mess. You kind of wish it was like 2012 when they had it in London. Oh, wait now they have the Brexit going on which really is screwing everything up. And their Prime Minister has resigned. Seriously, Brits, the the hell were you guys thinking? Or perhaps like the Winter Olympics back in Sochi during 2014. Oh, I forgot, their track team’s been banned for steroid use and there’s been a major cover up over doping there. Why am I not surprised? Because sports is full of it. Nevertheless, people have a tendency to hold Olympic parties which is only fair since some people take this occasion more seriously than others. Yet chances are you’ll find plenty of Olympic themed treats on Pinterest if you know where to look. So for your reading pleasure, I give you a championship worthy assortment of Olympic treats.
- The sweetest thing about Sochi were these cookies.
Must be professionally made. But they are so detailed in the fine icing.
2. Feast your eyes on the Olympic jello of champions.
I guess mold were used for this dish. Like the Olympic rings though.
3. This bento lunch is perfect for any little Olympic gold medalist.
And it’s great for aspiring athletes. too. Just as long as they don’t try to cheat with doping like Lance Armstrong.
4. Any athlete can’t seem to resist these Olympic cake pops.
These have candy cane sticks and lifesavers on top. Quite clever if you ask me.
5. For gold medalists, other desserts can’t compete with these.
These use white Oreo cookies with fruit roll up. Not that difficult to make for little champions.
6. For the Olympics it helps if you arrange your cupcakes in rings.
And like the rings, they’re in 5 different colors. Makes a great champion addition to an Olympic dessert platter.
7. This Olympic season, have your smores torched.
Well, these are brownie smores that use ice cream cones. But they sure looked torched all right.
8. Olympic waffles are always a breakfast of champions.
Each one is a ring of 5 different colors. Wonder if they go along with 5 different color syrups, too.
9. For the Olympics, each country has its own pizza.
Of course, these aren’t all. But each is according to their flag. Notice that Britain, France, the US, and Japan are on here multiple times.
10. These cookies are pure Olympic gold.
Doesn’t hurt that they’re attached to ribbons, too. But unlike real Olympic gold, you can eat them.
11. These Olympic cookies will keep you going.
Yes, these are Olympic shoe cookies. And they seem to be professionally made. But they’re great nonetheless.
12. Wake up to your Olympic morning with this champion worthy toast.
Each Olympic ring on this toast is of a fruit or veggie. And it’s all on top of cream cheese.
13. For the Olympics, your dessert platter can’t go wrong with a swimming pool cake.
Wonder if Michael Phelps ever had a cake like this. Doesn’t seem very hard to make.
14. These Olympic cake pops are among the desserts for champions.
Each ring is in 5 different colors. And each pop is decorated in its own way.
15. Grace your dessert platter with this Olympic cake.
This one even has an ice cream cone as a torch. Wonder how many cake pans it took to make that.
16. This pizza was made with some Olympic quality pepperoni.
Hopefully, none of contains any trace of human growth hormone. But I’m not sure. Still, like the pepperoni rings.
17. For Olympic cakes, this one goes for the gold medal.
This was made for the London 2012 Olympics. But you have to like the medals and torch at the top.
18. On your Olympic dessert platter, these weights are a real treat.
Made with chocolate pretzel sticks, shortbread cookies, and lifesavers. Easier to make than lifting big weights in the weightlifting competition.
19. For a winning breakfast, lunch, or brunch, get a taste of these Olympic bagel rings.
These have cream cheese with a different color sauce. Not sure which ones they are besides ketchup and mustard for the red and yellow.
20. These Olympic Oreo pops are great for any athlete’s just desserts.
Comes in 5 different colors as you see. But none of them are hollowed which is fine by me.
21. For summer Olympic fun, these cookies are just the ticket.
This one was also made for the 2012 London Olympic Games. And by professionals, no doubt. Like the sport silhouettes though.
22. This Olympic pretzel is a snack for the ages.
Like how the rings on this one are of 5 different colors and linked. Wonder if it’s something I want to try.
23. As far as Olympic cakes are concerned, this one takes top prize.
Like how this one uses M&Ms for the rings. And quite nicely, too. So cool.
24. While watching the Olympics, munch with this snack mix.
Sure it might contain candy torches and marshmallows. But I’m not aiming for nutritional content here.
25. For your little champions, this edible torch will sure delight.
Contains fruits and veggies as well as includes an ice cream cone. So what’s not to love?
26. Any Olympic swimmer is bound to enjoy a dessert like this.
Yes, I know it’s of another Olympic swimming pool. But it’s a great cake design if you can call it that.
27. Each Olympic fruit or veggie should come with its own dip.
Consists of blueberries, black olives, cherry tomatoes, yellow peppers, and celery. And yes, they’re all arranged in rings. A winning Olympic veggie tray.
28. Nothing makes a prize winning dessert platter great than Olympic ring cookies.
Each are arranged to their color. And yes, they’re from 2012. Quite creative in my book.
29. With this cake, you get gold, silver, and bronze.
Because that’s what they give out to the 3 best in every Olympic competition. But everyone tends to go for gold.
30. These Olympic flag cookies are the desserts of champions.
And each ring is represented by an M&M. Shouldn’t be hard to decorate at all.
31. May these torch cupcakes keep your Olympic party bright.
Despite that the torch is an Olympic symbol, the ancient Greeks didn’t have Olympic torch relays. Their other sporting events did though.
32. Olympic ring cookies will surely delight any champion.
These are professionally made. But I had to include them on this Olympic treat post.
33. A bento lunch like this is bound to give any kid Olympic fever.
This one has an Olympic sandwich flag and supports Team USA. Love the M&Ms.
34. This Olympic dessert will give you a gold medal chocolaty delight.
Now this looks tasty. Must be some sort of cheesecake. Possibly from some high class bakery.
35. Wow your Olympic guests with these prize winning cookies.
These cookies use icing rings that were delicately applied. Nevertheless, they’re quite lovely.
36. Nothing makes your Olympic dessert platter worthy of the gold than these cake pops.
Each of these is decorated in support of Team USA and in it’s own way. Also seem to come in a bucket.
37. These laurel wreath cookies are great for any Olympic occasion.
Laurel wreaths are another Olympic symbol. Because they were once prizes given to Greek Olympic winners back in ancient times.
38. These cookies have Olympic fever all over the icing.
Some of these even feature sports in Olympic colors. Also include torches and Olympic flags, too.
39. At any Olympic party, you’d want to have international representation on the dessert platter.
Assuming the flags are of a country you know and a flag that’s easy to translate through icing on a graham cracker. If not, then that country is out of luck.
40. A veggie Olympic pizza has international variety.
However, since it has no tomato sauce and cheese, the term “pizza” is applied very loosely here. But at least it uses a different veggie for each ring.
41. For healthy options, this Olympic bento aims to please.
Helps that it has Olympic fruit rings. Adorable if you think about it.
42. I present to you now Rice Krispie Olympic ring treats.
Didn’t know these were even possible. Then again, never say never.
43. At any bakery contest, this dessert is bound for Olympic gold.
Guess it’s a cake of Olympic rings. And each one is over a delicious interior of chocolaty goodness.
44. These Olympic cupcakes are here to support Team USA.
Then again, a lot of these treats are probably American made, anyway. These cupcakes especially.
45. For bread rings, each one has its own Olympic dip.
Well, each according to its ring color. But the bread looks fairly tasty.
46. These cookies may not be gold but they still taste of victory.
Yes, I showed Olympic medal cookies before on this post. But these have Olympic rings on them. That’s different.
47. Guess you’ve never heard of a popcorn torch.
Well, they’re torch snacks. But the ice cream cones make great edible receptacles.
48. This Olympic bento is sure to capture the winning spirit.
Well, it has a weighted dessert and a cheesy torch sandwich. But some kid is going to love it.
49. For any Olympic party, this pizza is the food of medal winning champions.
The blue ring doesn’t look right. But to be fair, there’s not a lot of blue things you can put on a pizza.
50. A cake like this possesses great Olympic spirit.
It’s smaller than the other one. It also supports Team USA as you can see.
51. A bento lunch like this is perfect for any Olympic swimmer.
This one even has veggie rings as well as pepper swimmers in dip. Very creative if you ask me.
52. If popcorn torches aren’t your think, you can always go with a Cheeto flame.
Of course, eating it might make you look like Donald Trump for awhile. But I’m sure people might like it as a snack.
53. If you want to eat better, these Olympic fruit rings might suit you.
At least you can have fruits for each different color. That’s not the case with veggies.
54. These medal cookies make a winning dessert platter for any Olympic party.
Sprinkles available in gold, silver, and bronze. Medals aren’t edible though.
55. Many people at your party may view these Olympic cupcakes as a real treat.
Unlike the other cupcakes, these use cake toppers. Still pretty neat though.
56. No one can ever resist these torch cupcakes.
These have cupcake filling in them with torch icing on top. Some of them even have flags, too.
57. Speaking of rings, you can’t exclude Olympic donuts.
They may not be healthy for you. But at least they’re in Olympic colors and resemble bright rings.
58. For young champions, you can’t do wrong with this torch breakfast.
Has a pancake receptacle and a flame of eggs. Also contains Olympic Froot Loop rings as well.
59. These bagels are part of a fruit filled Olympic breakfast.
Well, these seem like a healthy way to start one’s day. Of course, each one has a different color fruit.
60. These open faced Olympic sandwiches are sure to be golden.
Can’t believe you can make so many Olympic treats with bagels. Must be the bagel’s shape, I guess.
61. I guess this cake will make a winning medal platform at any Olympic party.
This one was made for the London games in 2012. But it has an original concept. So it goes in.
62. For fruit, each has to be arranged in its own ring.
I guess this one uses a certain dish for them, too. How ingenious if you think about it.
63. These torch cupcakes will make a great dessert for champions.
Unlike the ones I previously shown, these use a different cone and have candy flames. Not sure if that looks better or not.
64. All these Olympic ring cookies are decorated with are icing and jelly beans.
I hate jelly beans. But these are quite unique. So they go in the post.
65. A medal winning Olympic gymnast should always have a cake like this.
This one is for the balance beam from Team USA. It’s professionally made. But it’s cute.
66. These chocolate brownies would certainly take the gold at any Olympic party.
Doesn’t hurt that this dish is decorated with M&Ms. So lovely and tasty.
67. Any winning Olympic team is bound to enjoy sugar cookie rings like these together.
I know this had to be a delicate shape to muster. But somehow this baker pulled it off.
68. Now this is the kind of cake to have at your Olympics party during the Games.
This was made in 2010 for the Vancouver Winter Games. But it’s just as good for my post anyway.
69. These Olympic Rice Krispie treats come with 5 Olympic layers.
That’s unique. Never seen treats like that before. Like the layers on them.
70. This Olympic cake is decorated with rings of fruit.
Not sure if it’s easier to make. But at least on the surface, it’s healthier than some of the others.
71. For these Olympic sugar cookies, no icing is needed.
These just need M&Ms as decoration. For each cookie, one of each color will do.
72. Perhaps a pizza might go well with Olympic onion rings.
This has to be professionally made. But at least this is in a pie shape though.
73. I guess this is what makes a complete Olympic breakfast for champions.
This one includes a torch and fruit bagels. Same egg flame though.
74. This Olympic dessert was made possible by Hostess and M&Ms.
Because they consist of Hostess cupcakes decorated with M&Ms as rings. Pretty clever and adorable, too.
75. These open face sandwiches are befitting of any Olympic lunch.
And each one tries to correspond with their ring color. I’m sure some of them will make a mess.
76. Victory can’t simply be sweeter without these Olympic ring macaroons.
These might not have much to them. But you have to like how they interlock with each other.
77. There’s no breakfast like an Olympic pancake breakfast.
This one has 5 pancakes with butter and syrup. Not recommended for those with cardiac issues.
78. Guess this is a great way to wish anyone a fruity Olympics.
And boy, does it have a lot of fruit on it. Not something I could do for sure.
79. This Olympic pizza certainly has a lot of pep to it.
Well, it has 4 kinds of peppers on it anyway. Yet, some of them don’t stand out very well.
80. I’m sure this makes a great Olympic platter for champions.
And it even has the dip in the middle. Of course, the black and blue don’t have food that matches their colors. But that’s fine.