LG Do March Right™ Tip-Off Recipe Contest and My NCAA Game Day Recipe
LG Do March Right™ Tip-Off and My NCAA Game Day Recipe

LG Do March Right™ Tip-Off Recipe Contest and My NCAA Game Day Recipe | #LGDoMarchRight

by Alicia in Alicia's Corner, Food and Drink

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My 6-year-old daughter has recently become interested in basketball, thanks to my Dad.   After long days of playing in the lake, playing games, and walking down Park Avenue in Winter Park, my Dad sits in his leather chair and my daughter gets comfy on the sofa and they watch basketball.  They usually watch Orlando Magic play against whoever they are playing against but they’ll watch just about any team.. I think.   I love that she knows how many points each type of throw makes and what a foul is.  She knows more about basketball than I do!

LG is dedicated to creating a great game-time experience especially for your game-day parties! That’s why LG has created the LG Do March Right™ Tip Off Facebook Page to collect amazing game-day recipes to share with all NCAA fans.  I submitted one of my favorite game-day recipes.  Why don’t you?

Playoff excitement, great friends and awesome food go hand in hand. And there’s never been a better time to share your favorite game-time recipe. If it’s as terrific as you think, you’ll see it right on their Facebook page. And when the voting starts…that’s when The LG Do March Right™ Tip-Off really takes off!

This game-time recipe has been submitted for LG’s Do March Right Tip-Off Challenge.

This is one of my favorite ‘special occasion’ recipes that mom, dad, and kids  love!  You know how heated things can get while watching a good ball game.  This snack will ensure that you and your game-day guests stay cool, calm, and collected.  Well, maybe not calm and collected but cool at least!

Very Berry Rice Krispies Treats with Raspberry Sorbet

Very Berry Rice Krispies Treats With Sorbet


  • Rice Krispies
  • Butter
  • Marshmallows
  • Raspberry (or other flavor) Sorbet
  • Cool Whip
  • Fresh strawberries and blueberries


  • Make Rice Krispies Treats as usual (see below)
    • Melt 2-3 tablespoons butter in large pan on low heat
    • Mix marshmallows in and stir constantly until completely melted
    • Remove from heat
    • Stir in 6 cups Rice Krispies
    • SPECIAL – Separate Rice Krispies Treats mix into two 13×9 inch pans to make two thin layers
  • Refrigerate for 30 minutes to an hour – not necessary, but keeps the sorbet you are going to put on the soon to be cut out stars, from melting quickly
  • Once cool, cut Rice Krispies Treats into star shapes with a cookie cutter and put the individual stars on wax paper
  • Coat 1/2 of the cool Rice Krispies Treats stars with raspberry sorbet (substitute with your favorite flavor, ice cream, or frozen yogurt)
  • Place a star on top of the sorbet covered Rice Krispies Treats stars
  • Top with Cool Whip, strawberries, and blueberries
  • Garnish the plate with fresh fruit and enjoy immediately!


I hope you’ll try this recipe.  You and your kids will enjoy making it and I think you’ll love eating this tasty snack!


Whether you submit a recipe or not, you’ll have the opportunity to enter the LG 2013 NCAA® Final Four Sweepstakes.  The Grand Prize consists of a trip for two to the 2013 NCAA Final Four, including airfare, round trip ground transportation, four days and three nights of accommodation and tickets to the Final Four games, plus $500 spending money.

Other great prizes include an LG Washer and Dryer, LG Cinema 3D TV, a LG Optimus G and a $100 NCAA Shop Gift Card.

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