Thor: Ragna-ROCK Candy Cupcakes Recipe + Submit Your Thor Recipes for A Chance to WIN! | #ContestOfChampions #TessaCOC

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As you probably know already, I am a HUGE Marvel fan! One of the latest Marvel Cinematic Universe films is Thor: Ragnarok – and it is one of my favorites! I was lucky enough to walk to red carpet at the LA premiere and trust me, this movie is amazing. You probably already know this, but I interviewed some of the cast and filmmakers as well, so be sure to check those out! Thor: Ragnarok is finally coming to digital release TODAY (February 20th), and in order to celebrate, I have come up with a fun and delicious recipe for you. I brainstormed with Amy over at As The Bunny Hops for this one while we were discussing our #CountdownToInfinityWar fun.

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Thor: RagnaROCK Cupcakes

These are really simple to make! Simply choose your favorite cupcake recipe (here is mine which I have used many times, even for these Smurf cupcakes) and pick up some rock candy. That is all you need to make these amazingly delicious cupcakes!

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If you have seen Thor: Ragnarok already, then you probably know Korg totally stole the show. He is voiced by the director Taika Waititi and is hilarious! Definitely my favorite character of the film. By far. Korg, who is a Kronan, which is essentially a giant rock creature. These cupcakes can be a play on him, or, if you select different colors, can represent different characters in the film. It might be fun to make a variety of colors to represent all of the characters!

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Once you have baked your cupcakes, HULK SMASH the rock candy (or Pop Rocks would totally work too!) and sprinkle them on top. You now have some delicious cupcakes that resemble

Thor Ragnarok Korg

Marvel Studios’ THOR: RAGNAROK..Korg (Taika Waititi)..Ph: Film Frame..©Marvel Studios 2017

About Thor: Ragnarok

Imprisoned on the other side of the universe, the mighty Thor finds himself in a deadly gladiatorial contest that pits him against the Hulk, his former ally and fellow Avenger. Thor’s quest for survival leads him in a race against time to prevent the all-powerful Hela from destroying his home world and the Asgardian civilization.

Thor: Ragnarok is available on digital now – and will be in stores on blu-ray & DVD March 6th!

Contest Time!

Now it is your turn! Submit your own Thor: Ragnarok-related creation in the comments for a chance to win! The recipe can be based on any Thor: Ragnarok character – or the movie in general! No need for full recipe details – just the name of your creation and the gist of how to create it works fine! The prize? A copy of Thor: Ragnarok on Blu-ray, a Valkyrie Pop! Vinyl Bobble-Head, and a Thor hammer/Hulk fist set! I mean, is that cool or what? Good luck – and I can’t wait to see what you all come up with! On March 6th – when Thor: Ragnarok hits stores – voting will start for the best recipe! Voting will run for one week and the recipe with the most votes will win!

Submit Your Recipe In The Comments!

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  2. I've made gamma radiation punch before. It's basically taking Mt. Dew and adding a few drops of food color. It looks blindingly neon green!
  3. Joseph Musgrove on
    Oh hey, I actually have a drink I've made based off of something Thor related, kinda. It predates this movie, but it's my Loki Low-key melonball. Shot and a half of midori, two shots of watermelon or similar flavored vodka, and pineapple juice. With the melon flavor and pineapple juice, it's got virtually no liquor taste, so most people don't notice how strong it is. It's usually what I make for people who come over and don't know what they want to drink, and I've gotten many a friend more intoxicated than they expected off of it. Based off of his staff in Avengers, I usually put in a yellow straw for added effect.
  4. We did thor hammers for our super hero party. We made rice krispie treats and rolled them into a log. We cut the log into chunks and shaped them like the top of the hammer. We dipped them in silver candy melts and rolled them in silver edible crystals. We put a hole in the bottom for sticks when we dipped them.
  5. How about a recipe for the Devil's Anus cake! You make a bundt cake (using a swirly bundt pan to get the vortex shape) and then use different colored frostings to simulate the swirling clouds :) Ok, this one would be hilarious to make.
  6. THOR CAKES I GOT This recipe from a blog awhile ago for my nephews thor party Set oven to 1 lb Demerara su 2 ts Baking Powder 1 ts Ground ginger 1 lb Fine oatmeal 1 lb Flour 2 oz Candied peel 3/4 lb Butter 1 ts Salt 1 ts Coriander seeds 1 lb Warmed black treacle 350/F or Mark 4. Mix all the dry ingredients together in a bowl, rub in the butter and add the treacle. Knead together and roll out fairly thinly on a floured sur face. Cut into large rounds, place on a greased baking tray and bake until golden; about 20 minutes. The actual cooking time depends on the thickness and the size of the cakes.
  7. I loved this movie, especially when they are about to fight in the colisium and he brought up that they saved the world in The Avengers and i busted up laughing!!
  8. Tamara Regan on
    My littles had a great time making Thor hammers for our Avengers party. We bought skinny pretzel sticks, big marshmallows and edible silver powder. You just have to jab a pretzel stick into the side of the marshmallow and then dust the marshmallow with the silver powder.
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