DIY 'Game of Thrones' Party Snacks

The end of a television era is fast-approaching with the series finale of Game of Thrones. Celebrate the ultimate showdown for the Iron Throne with a festive feast that pays homage to popular elements from the show. Not only are these DIY snacks super easy to make and entirely delicious, but they will also steal the scene at your viewing party. Winter is here!

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Iron Throne Cupcakes

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Things You'll Need

Step 1

Start with chocolate cupcakes and chocolate frosting to create a dark base for the throne. To create the throne, insert pretzel sticks into the back of the cupcakes in a fanned out position. Use whole pretzels in the center and then break some pretzels in half so they are shorter on the sides.

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Step 2

Spray the cupcakes with edible silver spray. You don't have to coat the entire cupcake—concentrate the spray on the pretzels and frosting.

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Dragon Egg Cookies

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Things You'll Need

  • Milano cookies

  • Chocolate frosting

  • Sliced almonds

  • Dark green candy melts

  • Edible gold spray

Step 1

Frost milano cookies with chocolate frosting.

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Step 2

Stick sliced almonds into the chocolate frosting, overlapping them to form a "dragon scale" pattern. You don't want the almonds to lay completely flat in the frosting, but rather slightly raised up to create texture.

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Step 3

Melt dark green candy melts in the microwave and use a spoon to drizzle it over the cookies. Use a toothpick to smooth the melted candy over the almonds and work it into the spaces between the almonds.

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Step 4

Spray the bottom halves of the cookies with edible gold spray.

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Red Wedding Cake Pops

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Things You'll Need

Step 1

Bake a red velvet cake and allow it to cool completely. We used a box cake mix.

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Step 2

Crumble the cake into a bowl, and then mix in two tablespoons of vanilla frosting.

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Tip

Before crumbling the cake, trim off the thin outer layer of cake on the top, bottom and sides. By using just the inside part of the cake, it will ensure the cake pop mixture is moist and won't fall apart.

Step 3

Scoop out a heaping tablespoon of the mix for each cake pop and roll it into balls.

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Step 4

Melt 1/4 cup of white candy melts in the microwave and dip lollipop sticks into the melted candy. Immediately insert the lollipop sticks into the center of each cake pop, about halfway through.

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Step 5

Freeze the cake pops for about 15 minutes to help them set, and then remove from the freezer. Melt more white candy melts in the microwave and pour the mixture into a glass. Dip each cake pop into the melted candy (straight up and down—don't swirl) and allow the excess to drip off.

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Step 6

Stick the cake pops into a block of styrofoam and let the candy coating harden. Use red icing gel to draw "blood" dripping down the sides of each cake pop.

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White Walker Cocktail

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Things You'll Need

Step 1

Fill a round ice ball mold with water and freeze. This will make a giant ball of ice for your cocktail.

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Step 2

Dip the rim of a cocktail glass in light corn syrup, and then swirl it around in coconut flakes to coat the rim.

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Step 3

To a cocktail shaker, add 2 ounces of pineapple juice, 1 1/2 ounces of blue curacao, 1 ounce of vanilla vodka, and ice. Shake well.

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Step 4

Place the round ice ball into the cocktail glass and strain the cocktail mixture into the glass. Pour 1 ounce of cream of coconut on top. Serve with a straw.

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