You wouldn’t think Suzanne Collins’ bestselling trilogy would make for a great wedding, what with the televised survival competition pitting district against district. At the heart of the politics and fighting you’ll find an incredible story of love and perseverance.
Celebrating the movie release of the Hunger Games with some of the best cupcakes, cakes and cookies Mellark’s bakery, I mean, the internet has to offer. With lots of recipes and step by step instructions on how to make these edible creations yourself.
Submitted for the 2nd Annual Edible Book Contest at the University of Hawaii, this Hunger Games cake took about 12 hours over a period of five days. See a step by step photo process of ”The Cake That Was On Fire” and learn how to make it yourself here.
“I flinch when he whispers in my ear, By the way, I know about the kiss.”
This gorgeous “Blood and Roses” cake inspired by President Snow was submitted in a recent Hunger Games dessert competition.
Made by Polkadots Cupcake Factory, specializing in custom cakes, cupcakes and hand iced sugar cookies. Polkadots bakes everything from scratch for your special occasion. Located in Austin, Texas.
From Fictional Foods, watch a video on how to make these Hunger Games cupcakes! Special ingredients you’ll need for these include Fondarific Black Fondant and Edible Gold Glaze (which tastes like mint).
A Hunger Games cake pop from Cake Stix. A home based cake pop bakery in Tempe, Arizona.
These cookies were made by Not Your Momma’s Cookie using Vodka and gold luster dust as a finishing touch. Get the recipe and how to guide for these circle shaped cookies on her site.
Another great cookie recipe from Jennifer the CCO (chief cookie officer) over at Not Your Momma’s Cookie, guest posting on Rae Gun Ramblings. She shows you step by step how to make these Hunger Games sugar cookies.
Learn how to make these butter cream piped Mockingjay cookies from At Second Street.
To make these into Hunger Games cookies, simply stamp in different names and phrases. Learn how to make these using a Message in a Cookie Kit from Williams-Sonoma by simply pressing names into the cookies before baking on Fictional Foods.
In the words of Effie Trinket, “Happy Hunger Games! And may the odds be ever in your favor!”