The summer Olympics in Tokyo officially launch on July 23 and will run until August 8. Schedule a little fun celebration for the family and make these Olympics-themed party foods!


10 Sweet Treats to Celebrate The Olympics

Olympic Rings Fruit Platter

The five colourful rings of the classic Olympics symbol are represented with five colourful fruits. It doesn't get any simpler. Get idea from The Kitchn.


10 Sweet Treats to Celebrate The Olympics

Olympic Doughnut Rings

Have these fun and adorable little Olympic rings at your Olympic party! Get recipe from Whatever Dee Dee Wants.


10 Sweet Treats to Celebrate The Olympics

Olympic-Themed Caramel Pretzel Cheesecake Brownies

After one bite of these caramel pretzel cheesecake brownies, you might be doing flips down the hall! Get recipe from Inside Bru Crew Life.


10 Sweet Treats to Celebrate The Olympics

Ice Cream Cone Cake Torches

Start off your games viewing party with these Ice Cream Cone Cake Torches. Get recipe from Wilton.


10 Sweet Treats to Celebrate The Olympics

Olympic Pizza

In honour of the Olympics, make this olympic pizza for the family! Get recipe from Karins Kottage.


10 Sweet Treats to Celebrate The Olympics

Olympic Cookies

You will need these cookies when you gather around the TV and watch amazing athletes compete. Get recipe from Love to be in the Kitchen.


10 Sweet Treats to Celebrate The Olympics

Edible Olympic Medals

These are so easy to make and the kids will love them! All you need is a package of Golden Oreos, Fruit by the Foot, white icing, and Gold Colour Mist. Get recipe from Create Craft Love.


10 Sweet Treats to Celebrate The Olympics

Honey Caramel Popcorn Olympic Torches

Recreate the world-famous torch with some caramel popcorn! Get recipe from Cook with Kids.


10 Sweet Treats to Celebrate The Olympics

Olympic Sugar Cookies

These simple, sparkly Olympics rings cookies are an easy, fun food idea for your Olympics party. Get recipe from The Decorated Cookie.


10 Sweet Treats to Celebrate The Olympics

Olympic Nanaimo Bars

In honour of the Olympics, here's a twist on a famous regional recipe: Nanaimo Bars. Get recipe from The Kitchn.

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