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Welcome to the 2015 OREO Cookie Bowl! The Seamintz and The Crumblerz have proven they are the best in the league, and tonight’s game will determine who is truly #1. Welcome fans, to the 2015 OREO Cookie Bowl!
Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to The Big Game. Both teams arrived a couple days ago to get adjusted to the high altitude, rest, and get in some last-minute practice time on this gorgeous field. You, fans, are in for a real treat.
The competition this year was top notch, but I believe we’ve got the two best teams in the league here today. They’ve fought hard to be here and we’re promised a good game.
We met up with the coaches of each team, The Crumblers & The Seamintz, to discuss today’s game. Let’s see what they had to say.
Coach Cookie, head coach of The Crumblers, told us earlier, “We’ve got this game in the bag. We’ll pound those Seamintz to pieces!” I think he really means it, folks. That zip bag is simply bursting with cookie goodness, and it is, indeed, in pieces. The Seamintz better bring their A game if they hope to come out victorious.
Coach Sprinkles, head coach of The Seamintz tells us, “We’re fully prepared. We’ll cream those Crumberz.” There’s nothing quite like a delicious mix of cream cheese and OREO cookies, is there folks? I think we’ve got just the right mix of goodness here today, and they’re almost ready to take the field.
I heard that OREO sponsored new uniforms for both teams. The Crumberz received some rich chocolate colored uniforms, complete with multi-color sprinkled helmets. Very classy. Let’s take a closer look at those helmets, shall we?
Very nice, very nice.
It’s hot outside today, fans, so both teams are spending the last hour before game time in their locker rooms, chilling.
It looks like the fans are starting to file in to the stadium. We’re going to have a packed house for the 2015 OREO Bowl!
It looks like the game is about to start! The teams are on the field, the crowd is getting restless. Let’s head to the field for kickoff!
The Seamintz won the toss and will receive first. Both teams are lined up on the 50 yard line. It’s a balmy 90°, and we are ready to play some ball!
So far this has been a very exciting game, but The Crumblerz have been dominant in the second half. We’re down to the wire with :30 left to play.
I can’t belive it! The Seamintz threw an interception! TOUCHDOWN CRUMBLERZ!!! The Seamintz just melted in the second half of the game, but The Crumblerz managed to hang on and score the winning touchdown!!
Well folks, this has been an amazing game, and we’re so glad you joined us. Congratulations to The Crumblerz in their 35-17 victory over The Seamintz.
Looks like the fans are storming the field! There will be a lot of celebrations tonight!
Thank you to the sponsors of the 2015 OREO Bowl, OREO Cookies. Be sure to stop by your local Wal-mart and pick up delicious OREO Cookies in the cookie aisle. I personally love the mint flavor!
Make your own #OREOCookieBalls for the Big Game!
- 1 pkg. (8 oz.) brick cream cheese, softened
- 36 OREO Cookies, finely crushed (about 3 cups)
- 4 pkg. (4 oz. each) semi-sweet baking chocolate, melted
- Mix cream cheese & cookies until blended.
- Shape into 48 (1-inch) balls. Freeze 10 min. Dip balls in melted chocolate; place in single layer in shallow wax-paper lined pan.
- Customize it with your own ingredient additions or decorative skills.
- Refrigerate 1 hour or until firm.
- Share and enjoy!
It looks so yummy! I love oreos and this is super creative, I love the ball too 🙂
Thanks so much Maria! This was really fun to put together. 🙂
Uh, YUM! And such creative story telling! I’ll be saving this recipe for sure.
This post is awesome, and those Oreo cookies balls sound fantastic!!!
Oh my goodness, these look AMAZING! You are too creative! Your game board is so cool. What a fun idea for the kids at our Super Bowl party coming up. And I’m not gonna lie, I know a few adults who will get in on this action too 😉
Thank you Melody! They are so yum! My husband kept coming in while I was taking pictures asking when I would be done so he could eat some. 🙂
Thank you Lindsay! It was fun!
I had so much fun making this football field, and Marley got in on the action and made the OREO Cookie Balls run plays – LOL! Thanks so much Julie!
I totally want to make these with the kids. How fun is this? You are so creative!
This post is too much fun! I totally want to have my own cookie bowl now so I can eat tons of Oreo balls!
Hahahaha this is brilliant. Love the creativity behind this. 🙂 Goooooo Oreo balls! (I may make these with my kiddos for Super Bowl!)
Love this Kirsten! I’ll have to give this a try with the kids. I think they’ll really love it. Thanks so much for the creativity and fun!
It looks like you had a ton of fun! I’ve seen these Oreo Balls all over blogland. I need to make them!
These are crazy awesome! Well done, lady! This would be a great centrepiece at a Superbowl party!
Thanks Chrissy! They were a lot of fun to make (and play with) 😉
Thank you!! It was totally fun! Now if I could keep Mark out of the OREO Cookie Balls, I’d be doing good!
Thank you Erika! I was raised around football and took my love of the game to new uncharted territory with this one LOL!
Thank you Lillian!
They’re so good Melanie! Enjoy!
Thank you! It was super fun! 🙂
This is, by far, the most amusing recipe post I have EVER in my life read! I was laughing out loud, and you just scored a game-winning touchdown in creativity! Awesome job! #client
Thank you SO much Summer! I honestly had a blast with this post. We are big football fans in our house, so I incorporated my love of the game. My daughter saw me setting it up and helped “run plays” LOL! She made the little pennant flags for the fans, too. It was awesome! I couldn’t bare to part with my hand-painted football field just yet, so it’s hanging in my office 🙂
This is too much fun! My son will be having a football themed Birthday party soon, I think I just found our centerpiece! What a fun idea.
Thank you Kadie! This would be the perfect centerpiece for the boys! What a great idea 🙂 I just used green scrapbook paper taped end to end, white paint, and number stencils to make the football field. Easy peasy! 🙂
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