15 Treats and Drinks You Need at Your Shark Week Parties This Summer
This year's week-long event promises to be bigger and better than ever before, kicking off Sunday, July 23 with a bang. Olympic Gold Medalist Michael Phelps will start the festivities by racing a Great White Shark.
As we watch the race of the century, we'll be chowing down on some shark-themed morsels at our shindig. Because what's a party without snacks?
Need some bites for your Shark Week soiree? Scroll below for 15 sharktastic treats and drinks:
Shark Chocolate Bark
Made with chocolate melts, shark gummies and Pop Rocks, this treat takes chocolate bark to a whole other level. One bite and you'll be hooked. Find the recipe HERE.
(via Sandy Toes and Popsicles)
This recipe basically just requires copious amounts of Jell-O, so what could go wrong? Although, somebody better tell that adorable teddy bear to look out. Find the full recipe HERE.
(via Homemade Interest)
Shark Bite Cupcakes
Shark-inspired cupcakes are always a must at a Shark Week party, because who doesn't love cupcakes? You seriously can't go wrong, especially with these ones that have a "bloody" strawberry-infused center. Find the recipe HERE.
(via Cupcakes and Cashmere)
Shark Bait Soda
A mix of Sprite, maraschino cherries and gummy sharks, this beverage is bloody good. Sorry, had to. See how it's made HERE.
(via A Few Shortcuts)
Shark Attack Cake
For those of you who are baking experts, this shark attack-inspired cake is right up your alley. The real question is, who will be your shark attack victim? HERE's the full tutorial.
(via Jo and Sue)
Shark Frenzy Ice Cream
Ice cream is the perfect summer treat, and we haven't seen any scoops more gorgeous than these. This dessert will take more than five hours to freeze, so it may be one of the first ones you get started on. Find the full recipe HERE.
(via A Night Owl)
Shark Bait Popcorn Mix
Drizzle some melted candy bark over the popcorn of your choice and some gummy sharks and you're pretty much good to go. A monkey could make this treat, but HERE's the tutorial just in case.
(via Life Anchored)
Shark Fin Cookies
There's no doubt about it, these cookies are a straight-up masterpiece. They do take a steady hand to make, however. If you're up for the challenge, find the tutorial HERE.
Popsicles are always a good call. They're easy to make and even easier to eat. Find the recipe for these bad boys HERE.
(via All for the Boys)
Shark Week Lollipops
We swam through the entire ocean to find this unique treat. Ready to make some shark lollipops of your very own? Head over HERE to see how it's done.
(via Sugartown Sweets)
Shark Ice Cream Sandwiches
Chow down on this ice cream sandwich as you watch the Shark Week specials. Don't worry, it doesn't bite back. Find the recipe HERE.
(via Reading Confetti)
Shark Cake Pops
It isn't a party unless you have cake pops. Get working on these beauties by following THIS recipe.
(via Cupcakes Take the Cake)
Shark Tooth Snack
Probably the easiest snack to make on this list, all you'll need are Bugles, peanut butter, chocolate chips and powdered sugar. See how to make them HERE.
(via Extremely Good Parenting)
Shark Attack Float
For all you vegans out there, you can join in on the Shark Week fun with this delicious blue raspberry float. It also happens to be gluten-free, so you know you need it. HERE's how you make it.
(via Nerdy Mamma)
Under the Sea Cookies
Good thing you don't actually have to go under the sea to chomp on these yummy cookies. HERE is what you'll need to make them.
(via Butter with a Side of Bread)
Don't forget to rep your love of the magnificent creatures with THESE shark-themed accessories.