- 5th November
- Action Games
- Alice In Wonderland
- Alice In Wonderland Decorations
- Alice In Wonderland Party Food
- Alice In Wonderland free printables
- Alice in Wonderland
- Alice in Wonderland games
- April fools day
- BBQ food
- Badge Hunt
- Ball games
- Batman Clothes
- Batman Cocktails
- Batman Party
- Batman Party food
- Bay Max
- Big Friendly Giant
- Big Hero 6
- Birthday Party
- Board Game
Now one thing I think is missing from all of my Pokemon blog posts are some really easy but cool Poke Snacks, whether you are having a full Pokemon party, a Pokemon TV marathon or a gaming session, some great Pokemon Snacks will always take it up to the next level. Make sure you check out all of the other Pokemon blog posts I have written too, there are so many great ideas from decorations, free party printables and even some great games too. At the end of this post I have included a gallery of Pokemon birthday cakes, just for inspiration.
Before we get started with our first snack how about making a special lunch for your little Pokemon Fan, I found this great healthy Pokemon lunch and its easy to do. Another little gem I found was this cool popcorn, I must find out how to make different flavoured popcorn one day. As always thank you for coming to check out my blog, make sure you stay up to date with my public events too.
Babybel Cheese Pokeball
You'll need, babybel cheese, black card, scissors, hole punch, sticky tape, mcdonalds straw
First cut a strip of the card and punch it with the hole punch. Cut out the red wax on the cheese using the straw as a template for the round semi circle. Wrap the strip of card around the cheese and use a small piece of tape on the back to keep it in place.
Candy Poke Balls
Here’s what you need to make Pokemon candy pokeballs:
- Red candy melts
- White candy melts
- Black candy melts
- Disposable icing bag
- White chocolate candies
- Mini M&Ms
Melt the red candy melts according to package directions. Add a small amount to one of the circle cavities and use the back of the spoon to spread it around. Make sure to completely coat the inside. Fill all the cavities and chill in the refrigerator for 5-10 minutes to set.
Repeat the process with the white candy melts.
Add a second layer of each color and chill in the refrigerator for 5-10 minutes to set.
Remove the set chocolate from the silicone mold, then place the white bottoms loosely back inside. Try to hold the chocolate as little as possible because the heat from your hands will cause it to melt.
Fill the white bottoms with Mini M&Ms or other candies.
Spread some of the red candy melts onto the edges of the red candies and place on top of the white to create the pokeballs. Allow to harden.
Turn the pokeballs on their sides. Melt the black candy melts inside the icing bag and snip off the end with a pair of scissors.
Pipe a black line around the front of each pokeball and let it harden. Turn the balls and repeat on the back side.
Add a bit of black candy melts to the back of a white candy and attach to the front of each pokeball for a button.
Poke Pizza Anyone?
Ok so you can use my Pizza recipe from the St Patricks Day blog post I did a while back, instead of adding the rainbow toppings just follow the picture, half just covered with a mix of cheeses, the other half covers with pepperoni and then use black olives cut into slices for the middle section.
As promised below is a gallery of inspiration Pokemon birthday cakes, find some that you like and see if a local baker can reproduce something similar.
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