6 DIY Video Game Foods You Can Make (And Eat!) in Real LifeFood The List
You know when you're a little too hungry while playing your favorite video game – or watching the kids play their favorite – and a power up that looks like food comes up and you think, "Man, I'd totally eat that"? Well now you can. We found 6 video game inspired snacks that you can make at home – they're so easy, you won't even need a cheat code!
1. Mario Pizza Biscuits
We'll get to the desserts in a second, but you have got to stop what you're doing to take in this Mario-inspired deliciousness. Take pizza night 1-Up a level with HellthyJunkFood's incredible pizza biscuits.
2. Chocolate Poké Ball Treats!
This creative twist on a chocolate ball treat by Pins and Things is super easy to make and you can even put little Pokémon inside! Just make sure you tell your party guests they're in there – I can't imagine Pokémon like getting bit into.
3. Minecraft Rice Krispie Treats
If you love Rice Krispies and you love Minecraft, than we and HooplaKidz recipes have the tasty treat for you – heck, you don't even have to like Minecraft. These things look and taste delicious whether you know how to mine them or not!
4. Skyrim Sweet Rolls
If you're a fan of the medieval, action RPG, Skyrim, you might have seen a sweet roll in a store or in a slain bad guy's inventory. And if you're anything like me, you totally want to know of those rolls are as delicious as they look. Make them at home and see for yourself! This recipe by nerd-themed goodies cooking show, Nerdy Nummies will definitely make you dragonshout with joy.
5. The Sims' Goopy Carbonara
If you grew up playing The Sims, you know that you can make your characters cook meals they seem to love. But if you've ever wondered what a delicious Sims meal would taste like in real life, Shacknews' Video Game Cooking is here to quell your curiosity. Find out how to make Goopy Carbonara in real life – you won't even need anyone to tell you to.
6. Mario Star Cake Pops
If you've been a big fan of Mario since way back when, you'll love these creative cake pop treats by Laurie Shannon, "The Icing Artist". Not only do these pops look good, they're the perfect victory treat for when you kick some Mario Kart butt – or the perfect way to say, "Sorry I blasted you out of the lead with my koopa shell"…
Need some more nerdy food inspiration? Check out Solo Food's ultimate geeky treat list!
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