Game of Thrones Party Food and Free Printables: Fire and Ice Snack Board, themed food with printable labels and “Winter Is Here” Banner.
Who else loves the Game of Thrones? A Game of Thrones party with Game of Thrones themed food and free printables is a great theme for a get together. I had so much fun putting this Game of Thrones themed party together -complete with a party menu any Game of Thrones fan would love. We had a fire and ice snack board, plus lots of other themed food ideas. Plus, we’ve included free printable food labels, plus some other party printables you will love.
Fire and Ice Snack Boards
The final season of Game of Thrones is all about fire and ice, so we thought that was the perfect theme for a epic Game of Thrones party snack board. We set this up for the premiere party for the final season of the tv show on sunday night. This snacky menu would be great for any Game of Thrones party. For the fire and ice snack board, on one side we’ve got all the snacks that are bringing the heat, and on the other side a feast of ice!
For the fire board I used a few different spicy snacks, starting with:
- Cheddar Jalapeno Cheetos
- Flamin’ Hot Nacho Doritos
- Spicy Plantain Chips
- BBQ Peanuts
- Buffalo Chicken Wings
- Crackers and Cheese
- Spicy Pepperoni Sticks
- Dragon Fruit
- Red Hot Cinnamon Candies
- Hot Tamale Candies
I wanted to include some crackers and cheese, so I used some marble cheddar and brie cut into triangles to reflect flames, and then used some Babybel Cheese with the outside wax cut out like a flame. I used a few different crackers and then some spicy pepperoni sticks.
For the fiery sweets I included a dragon fruit, some red hot cinnamon candies, and some hot tamale candies.
And what would a fire board be without a dragon in the centre -this one I picked up at the craft store, and was the perfect creative way to add a little more heat to the fire side of the board.
And then for the ice board, things got much cooler. I used
- York Peppermint Patties
- Blue Jello
- Clear, Blue, and White mints
- Rock Candy
- Blue Cotton Candy
- Blue Freezies
- Cookies and Cream Ice Cream Bars
I thought the little swords were perfect for celebrating the iron throne and the clash of kings.
A couple of tips for the ice side -put your frozen treats on ice to keep them cold for the party. Don’t put your cotton candy out too early, and also don’t put it beside anything wet, like the washed fruit or it will dissolve. For the jello, I made it in a baking dish and used a knife to cut it into cubes and served it in mini plastic shot glasses.
I love how the ice board came out, so many pretty blues and whites, and really cooling after all that fire. It was feast fit for a white walker.
Fire and Ice Food Label Printables
I also created some printable labels for the fire and ice boards. You can access all the free printables at the end of this post. It was fun coming up with themed names like White Walker Ice Cream, Night King’s Eyes, Ice Cubes, Icy Mints, White Walkers Breath, and for the Fire -Dragon Scales, Dothraki Jerky, and Fire Candies.
More Themed Snack Ideas
Not only did we have our amazing fire and ice boards, we also included lots of other themed snacks. I hope you have an empty stomach, because we’ve got all the cute food ideas . The food labels and names were so fun to come up with.
We made another platter with food themed after all our favorite characters. We had “Brie of Tarth” cheese and crackers, “Imp Shrimp” for Tyrion Lannister, “Little Finger Chicken Fingers” for Petyr Baelish, and “Dragon Wing” Chicken Wings for all the dragons.
- Brie of Tarth cheese and crackers
- Imp Shrimp
- Little Finger Chicken Fingers
- Dragon Wing Chicken Wings
I also served some “Wildfire” which was sports drink. You could also add some vodka to make it into a cocktail.
Game of Thrones Themed Desserts
Over on the other side of the table we included some Game of Thrones themed desserts.
The “Red Wedding Cakes” are mini red velvet cupcakes, and there were “Sansa’s Lemon Cakes” for Sansa Stark and “Jon Snowballs” for Jon Snow, which are jelly donut holes.
- Red Wedding Cakes
- Sansa’s Lemon Cakes
- Jon Snowballs
- Dragon Eggs
- Lannister Gold
- Dragon Glass
And I also included some candies. The “Dragon Eggs” are Easter eggs, the “Lannister Gold” are chocolate coins, and the “Dragon Glass”.
The “Dragon Glass” is made of Jolly Rangers.
I used mostly grape and a couple blue and red ones. I melted them on a baking sheet sprayed in cooking oil. Once they were melted I swirled the colours together with a toothpick, and then after it cooled and re-hardened, I broke it into shards.
It turned out really cool looking, was easy to make, and tastes delicious too. This was the perfect way to bring in the dragon glass that was so important in the final season of the show.
Game of Thrones Decor
To create the feeling of fire and ice in the seven kingdoms, I used lots of candles and furs. The brass ones are some that I did a DIY paint dip effect on, you can see the tutorial here.
The Dragon Eggs are large chocolate Easter eggs from the dollar store. The wood chest is also from there. I added some straw and used the Dragon Eggs as a simple centerpiece for the party food table.
“Winter Is Here” Printable Banner & Game of Thrones Food Labels
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