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Mini SNICKERS Chocolate Torte Footballs Recipe


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Game Day for the Gourmet: Mini Snickers Chocolate Torte Footballs

Recipe Type: Dessert
Author: Stacie Haight Connerty
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Serves: 8-12
  • 9 oz good dark chocolate
  • 1 cup unsalted butter
  • 1/4 cup cocoa powder
  • 1 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 1/2 cup toasted almond slivers, smashed
  • 6 eggs, room temperature
  • 8 oz chocolate
  • 1 cup of cream
  1. FOR THE TORTE: Preheat oven to 300 degrees. Grease a 9 inch spring form pan.
  2. Melt the chocolate and butter together over a double boiler.
  3. Wisk in the cocoa powder and sugar until combined.
  4. Wisk in the eggs one at a time.
  5. Fold in the Snickers.
  6. Put batter in the pan and tap to make it smooth and level.
  7. Bake for 40 min in convection oven or 50-60 in conventional oven.
  8. FOR THE GANACHE TOPPING: Heat the cream in a pot until hot (don't boil).
  9. Remove from the flame and add the chocolate (No flame!).
  10. Allow the mixture to rest for 2-3 minutes.
  11. Wisk together and pour over the torte.


After you make the recipe, there are still a few more steps to go to make these into the cute footballs that you see above. I allow the torte to rest for about 20 minutes and then I put it in the refrigerator for about an hour to get chilled and little hard. While the torte is chilling, here is what I do next:

1. Make your footballs.

The torte must be thoroughly chilled and you have to work fast. I can get about eight (8) footballs out of one torte. But you have to cut quickly and shape them quickly before the heat from your hands makes them start to melt a little.

I cut all nine shapes into something that resembles a diamond and then quickly shape from there.

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2. Crunch up your SNICKERS

This is probably the most cathartic part of the entire recipe. There is just something so fun about using a meat tenderizer and pounding away.

I put the SNICKERS in two Ziploc bags. Once they are double bagged, I cover them with paper towels. Then I get the meat tenderizer and start hammering away. Make certain that your bag is on a cutting board so that you don't hurt your counters.


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3. Top your footballs with SNICKERS

Now just sprinkle the footballs with the SNICKERS. I usually press them in the top just slightly so they don't fall off. Then I immediate refrigerate. I take them out about halfway through the party. They are the perfect treat for the game day gourmet.

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  1. I love that those Snickers come unwrapped! Sadly, I would eat the entire bag before any of them made it onto the torte…..sigh.

  2. You are killing me here…. Those Mini SNICKERS Chocolate Torte Footballs look so good. I can’t do sugar and haven’t eaten it in 6 years. Those are making me want to cave.

  3. How fun and delicious! Definitely making these for game day!

  4. OH my goodness, those snickers tortes look amazing!! Snickers are my favorite candy!

  5. i sort of hate you for this recipe.

    my derriere thanks you for helping it grow.


  6. Yummy! Those look unbelievably rich and delicious! I am having a chocolate craving… again! Just tried the Snickers Bites last night… addicting!

  7. Tiffany

    This is the second time I have read a blog post about Snickers in the past 15 minutes. I think the blogosphere is trying to tell me something. lol

  8. This is such a cute idea! My husband loves having friends over to watch the games, and I couldn’t be less interested, so I can spend my time whipping up these snacks for them when they come over. 😉 LOL Those Snickers Bites look dangerously addicting!

  9. oh wow this looks really awesome! Great job with this. tasty

  10. Angela

    That is some seriously rich, chocolatey goodness going on there!

  11. Christine Luken

    Wow, those look awesome! They would definitely be a hit for a tailgating party.

  12. Jennifer

    Yum – those look SO delicious!

  13. OMG this is the one thing that could get me to watch football! (And I’d probably win some fans by bringing them to the party on game day. 🙂

  14. YUm! These look so sinful and delicious! I love Snickers too!

  15. Pam

    Those look amazing. I am a sucker for anything with ganache.

  16. Oh my yum, those looks so rich and chocolaty! I would love to try these out.

  17. Chavonne H

    Oh my! I wish I could bite into this right now. Looks so decadent and rich. Looks like I’ll be baking soon. And that coupon will come in handy too!

  18. These look fabulous! I love that you used a meat tenderizer! Perfect! And, no mess in the baggie!

  19. Oh my goodness I love snickers and anything Chocolate. These look delicious and I can’t wait to make them. I will be pinning this to my favorite recipes too, it needs to be shared.

  20. Please come to my house and make these for me, Stacie!

  21. Kammie @ Sensual Appeal

    Oh my gosh, looks so deliciously decadent. That dark deep chocolate… my God! Just dreamy.

  22. I’m totally drooling and need these now! YUMMY!

  23. Those look super delicious! My kids would love to eat those. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  24. OMG! These so would not last long in my house! LOL! They look delectable! Mmmm

  25. Those look absolutely divine!!! I am going to try this….wish I had the ingredients now because I’m really craving some chocolate!!

  26. Wow! Do those look delicious, or what! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  27. Karen

    These look so good! Love Snickers and chocolate so its a win win

  28. Kristy S

    Wow those look amazing! I think I might have to make those tomorrow. yum

  29. Wow this recipe looks amazing. My kid would love these

  30. What a wonderful recipe! I think I would eat as many bites as I used for the brownie topping! Great coupon too!

  31. Ive come across alot of snickers posts today. Now I want a snickers!! That looks sooo good!!!

  32. Yum!! I can’t wait to make this for the next Steeler game. (& I love snickers!)

  33. Pam

    Oh my, what are you trying to do to me? These look like they taste amazing. I must put these on my list to make.

  34. I love snickers! And your recipe is easy and looks very delicious!

  35. Oh my gosh! That looks delicious!

  36. Areeba

    Looks heavenly yummy! Game day would be awesome if I get a plate full of these , yum yum!1

  37. SO mouthwatering . I am a big fan of both chocolate and snickers so it’s a win win.

  38. YUMMM.. I love brownies and these look amazing.. perfect for tailgating; thanks for a great recipe idea… My boys love snickers and I bet they would like them

  39. Nicole A.

    These look amazing! I’m a huge snickers fan too. I bet they taste incredible.

  40. not really a snickers fan. i don’t really do candy.

  41. These look really good and I’m sure that the kids would love them at any party gathering this Halloween. I love the fact that they are bite-sized.

  42. Serious drool factor going on here!!

  43. Can’t take anything chocolate anymore. Will go crazy…I am kidding. Love this recipe especially with Snickers.

  44. Thank you very much for this fantastic recipe. I would have never thought to try it, but it sure does look appealing!

  45. Kyle

    Great recipe. I will need to direct this site to my wife so she can make this for me on game day lol

  46. Oh my these look soooo good!. I would like one now please : )

  47. That looks so heavenly yummy! Thanks for the recipe, saved!

  48. I can tell you what I’m making tonight!

    Can’t wait.

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