Welcome back to another Nerdie Foodie! If you haven’t heard of the Pokémon Go, then you’ve been either: A) living under a rock or B) a hermit like Luke Skywalker and Obi Wan Kenobi. Let’s check out how to catch ‘em all foodie style!
Who loves chocolate? This girl, right here! Even better, Cayla Gallagher from Panko Bunny shows us how to make chocolate Pokémon piñatas!
TigerTomato’s father-son duo are back at it again with Pokémon pancakes! Check out these next three links on how to make your own Bulbasaur, Pikachu, and Charmander pancakes!
Nerdy Nummies’ Rosanna Pansino shows us how to make various pokéballs in cake pop form! Check it out in the video below!
Rosanna also show us how to make pokéball cookies! Check out this throwback Nerdy Nummies video from 2012!
Jello & Gummies
Marlin Ramsey Chan shows us how to make jello/gummy pokéballs WITH hidden Pokémon in them! Although, instead of using milk for the white part of the sphere, maybe try coconut milk or almond/soy milk? It might taste better than just milk, gelatin and sugar. Just a suggestion 😉
Liv from Keeping Up with Liv shows us a few ideas on how to make quick and creative eats and treats from parfaits to pizzas to doughnuts! From the Canadian: Thank you Tim Hortons for giving us Timbits! Those will help in making the pokéball doughnuts in this video.
Vanilla Essence on YouTube shows us how to make poke puffs! That’s the food that you feed your Pokémon in the video game. Now you can make a humanized version! Check it out below!
And finally, check out Yolanda Gampp from How to Cake It show us how to bake and create a super realistic pokéball cake! Check it out!
And there you have it! I hope you have a fun but safe time Pokémon hunting and let us know what is your favourite Pokémon in the comments below. Mine just happens to be Pikachu! For more Pokémon foodie ideas, check out my 20th Anniversary Pokémon post here!
‘Til next time,