Holiday Recipes for Nerds, Techies, and Gamers

This time of year, it seems like all anyone has on their mind is food, food, and more food. And why wouldn’t they, with the winter holidays coming up? The only thing more fun than food is themed food, so here’s six recipes that are perfect for the season, taste great, and will make any nerd, techie, or gamer excited to get into the kitchen.

8 BIT Heart Cocoa

This hot chocolate idea comes from YouTuber Rosanna Pansino, who’s cooking video series “Nerdy Nummes” has earned her over 4 million subscribers! This recipe is perfect for this cold season. Watch the video here.

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Minecraft Rice Krispie Treats

Gamers will appreciate these rice treats. Plus, they’re incredibly simple to make, and the mint flavor is great for the upcoming holiday season. Read the recipe at Masshole Mommy.

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Computer Keyboard Chocolates

These treats also come from Rosanna’s YouTube channel! She gets super creative with this recipe by using an old computer keyboard. Check it out! original source click here.

Savory Spiral Scones

For those who prefer savory over sweet, we have something for you. The spiral shape of these scones make them interesting and fun. To get the recipe for these cheesy, creamy, tomato-filled scones, head over to Fairly Nerdy Food.

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Rubik’s Cube Fruit Salad

Little blocks of watermelon, kiwi, and feta come together to make this mind-boggling treat. It’s in the shape of a Rubik’s Cube! Luckily, this isn’t as hard to make as it’s namesake is to solve. Find a how to make this delicious treat at The Kitchen Prescription. original source click here.

Pi-Pie Pops

Yet another recipe from Rosanna, these are absolutely adorable! And whoever heard of cake pops made out of pie crust? We haven’t, but it sounds delicious. You may want to keep this recipe in store for Pi Day, which is March 14th! Here’s the link to the video. original source click here.