16 Sweets for the Sweet 16

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Oreo Cookie Ball

Looking for an unusual cookie recipe? Have a ball with this easy and tasty Cookie Ball recipe!

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Strawberry Pâté di Frutta

If you cover this dish at room temperature, it will keep for up to five days!

Get the recipe: Strawberry Pâté di Frutta

Peanut Butter Fudge Bites

Butterscotch pudding and a sprinkling of chopped peanuts give these Peanut Butter Fudge Bites their moist and nutty appeal.

Get the recipe: Peanut Butter Fudge Bites

Indoor S'Mores

You don't have to sit around a fire to enjoy S'mores. Just be sure to watch them carefully under the broiler - the marshmallows can go from perfectly toasted to charcoal in a hurry.

Get the recipe: Indoor S'Mores

Easy Oreo Truffles

These truffles are so easy and the kids will will love the added Oreo cookies!

Get the recipe: Easy Oreo Truffles

Citrus-Infused Strawberries

A touch of lemon juice and Grand Marnier add zippy citrus notes to fresh strawberries. Serve with a dollop of lightly sweetened whipped cream.

Get the recipe: Citrus-Infused Strawberries

Bittersweet Chocolate-Orange Truffles

While orange adds an exotic note, much of the flavor of these simple yet sophisticated candies comes from the chocolate, so choose a semisweet or bittersweet with a flavor and level of sweetness you enjoy. The recipe makes a big batch of truffles - plenty for gift-giving. Although they should be stored in the refrigerator, they're best served after sitting at room temperature for about five minutes.

Get the recipe: Bittersweet Chocolate-Orange Truffles

Chocolate & Peanut Butter Ribbon Dessert

Peanut butter and chocolate for dessert? Always!

Get the recipe: Chocolate & Peanut Butter Ribbon Dessert

Cranberry-Raspberry Jellies

Deliciously addictive, these simple fruit candies have an intense cranberry-raspberry flavor and a consistency vaguely reminiscent of soft gumdrops. The individual candies are normally rolled in granulated sugar, but for a different, frosted look and smooth consistency, you can roll them in sifted powdered sugar instead.

Get the recipe: Cranberry-Raspberry Jellies

Chocolate & Nut Butter Bites

Sweet satisfaction in seconds.

Get the recipe: Chocolate & Nut Butter Bites

Bourbon Cherries

A boozy fire emanates from these drunken cherries that get better with age. Serve them with cheese or combine the cherry-infused bourbon with seltzer or other soda to make a special cocktail.

Get the recipe: Bourbon Cherries

Chocolate Thumbprint Cookies

Thumbprint cookies are an old-fashioned treat, a little cookie well holding a dot of jam. Here, they're reinterpreted with walnut oil and whole-wheat pastry flour for today's healthier eating standards - and, of course, with chocolate, simply for the taste.

Get the recipe: Chocolate Thumbprint Cookies

No-Bake Cookies

You'll love making these peanut butter-graham no-bake cookie treats!

Get the recipe: No-Bake Cookies

Lemon Puddin' Pops

These tasty lemon pops are creamy and delicious.

Get the recipe: Lemon Puddin' Pops

Pineapple Coconut Bites

These mini tarts use whole-wheat pastry flour and less butter and sugar.

Get the recipe: Pineapple Coconut Bites

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Is there a better way to enjoy the Sweet 16 than with sweets? We think not.

Sweeten up March Madness with these delicious recipes. Cookies, truffles and other little bites will be perfect for a game night party.

Check out the slideshow above for the sweetest treats.

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