Red Velvet Arc Reactor Cookies

Red Velvet Arc Reactor Cookies Here at Kitchen Overlord, we’re irrationally big fans of red velvet and Iron Man. Naturally, we had to combine the two. Unlike the intimidatingly complicated Iron Man Sweet Rolls (which, no joke, take about five hours to make) these so easy Thor could make them and so fast The Hulk won’t have time to get

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Iron Man Arc Reactor Sweet Rolls

Avengers! You have one heck of a task ahead of you if you really want to assemble these heroically tasty rolls. You’re essentially making two different flavors of cinnamon(esque) rolls plus two different icings, then topping them off with a tasty slice of fried banana. Since they’re honestly a bit of a pain to make, consider doubling the recipe so

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Iron Man Cocktail

Iron Man Cocktail 1 shot Pama Pomegranate liqueur ½ shot Cointreau or orange liqueur pink sparkling wine yellow rimming sugar Here at Kitchen Overlord, we’re kicking off Iron Man Appreciation Week with a stiff drink. To make this seductively good cocktail, start by pouring some water in a saucer or wide bowl. Dip the rim of your lowball glass in

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More than Schwarma: Iron Man Noms Roundup

Before I grace you with some original Iron Man recipes, I thought I’d share the rest of the world’s edible Iron Man creations. This caketacular depiction of Iron Man riding a rubber ducky makes me think there must be some kind of extensive fanfic backstory. Wait, it’s hosted on DeviantArt. Change that from “think” to “know.” While she has a

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Edible Art: Tony Stark’s Seductively Good Arc Reactor Pasta

There’s more to life than good schwarma. Inspire your own home team of Avengers with Tony’s own artfully narcissistic pasta dish. Represent the rest of the team with a spinach and kale smoothie as green as the Hulk, some moussaka for Hawkeye’s smooth purple and black look, or an uberpartiotic edible version of Captain America’s Shield. Tony Stark’s Seductively Good

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Captain America’s Breakfast S.H.I.E.L.D. Mark II

Ahh. That’s better. My first attempt at recreating Captain America’s shield as a delicious breakfast treat was, ahem, well intentioned. The Mark II shield, however, can patriotically defend you from hunger pangs while hearkening back to a simpler era. Unlike Steve Rogers himself, this recipe is incredibly easy. Captain America’s Breakfast S.H.I.E.L.D. Ingredients: One tortilla One egg Four drops of

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