This may be the Super Bowl dessert of all Super Bowl desserts – I made cookie dessert nachos, you guys! And, not just any cookies, but crunchy funfetti cookies!
I didn’t stop there. I went one step further to make them loaded nachos with a meringue dip (you can use marshmallow fluff if you want to save time), diced strawberries, and chocolate chips. You can get creative with this and add chocolate sauce, Nutella, caramel, or whatever else you can dream up! Touchdown!
The dessert nachos are even adorable without the accoutrements.
But, I say, “Load ’em up!”
The key to making dessert nachos is baking cookies with a little curve in them (I’ve never seen flat nachos – not good for scooping). You don’t need anything special to get nacho cookies to curve.
Simply roll aluminum foil into tubes, place on a cookie sheet, spray with non-stick cooking spray, and drape triangle shapes of cookie dough over the tubes.
I used Arnhem cookies for this project. They are thin, crispy cookies that are made without sugar. Traditionally, they get their sweetness from being rolled in sanding sugar, but I switched it up and rolled the dough in rainbow nonpareils.
Baking doesn’t get much more fun that this! Watch out, though, those little suckers like to roll everywhere!
The funfetti dessert nacho recipe is below, but before you decide on your Super Bowl dessert, check out some other options: