Wednesday Oct 22, 2014
Happy Halloween from all of us at SEGA!
We’re getting into the Halloween spirit with a some special SEGA themed treats. We challenged ourselves to create edible treats modeled after our SEGA brands and are happy to share them with you today. We pulled inspiration from our games, from the web, and collaborated on the following treats.
Did we nail it, or do they need work? Let us know in the comments!
House of the Dead Cupcakes
Don’t call them zombies! These mutant cupcakes are hit with the undead, dead, slightly dead, mostly alive, and, of course, the living. There are a ton of graveyard related cupcakes on Pinterest to draw inspiration from, so find the one you like best.
Pro-tip: Find mutant themed cake toppers or find some gummy body parts to dress up your creation.
Sonic’s Golden Ring Treats
These special Golden Ring treats are easy to make and something the whole family could enjoy. Grab the recipe here and show us your own creations!
These treats are easy to make and easy to enjoy, yum!
Crazy Taxi Cupcakes
These cupcakes take a steady hand when making the details of the Taxi. Be sure to use gel frosting so it doesn’t drop off.
Super Monkey Ball Cake Pops
We used dipping chocolate and could have used more oil for better coating. We also could have used a different color to make the skin and hair look different.
Puzzle Pirates – Pizza Treasure Map
X marks the spot of flavor (and bell peppers).
The Royal Jelly is a massive gelatinous cube with a short fuse who loves to throw his weight around. Knights who venture into Tier 2 of the Clockworks know to run for cover when this boss goes into a royal Tantrum! Whip up some Jello to create a likeness of this regal jelly.
Training to become a Coin Master begins with these basic monsters. Use your favorite cake pop recipe to create your favorite common monsterlet. This will be the tastiest Dragon Coins mission ever! Here’s a handy guide for cake pops: http://www.instructables.com/id/How-To-Make-Cake-Pops-Step-By-Step/
Send Us Your SEGA Themed Halloween Treats!
How did we do? Are our snacks delicious treats or terrible tricks? Think you can do better? Then show us your creations by emailing us at communityteam (at) sega (dot) com with your treat and it’s inspiration. If it’s good enough, we might just show it off for all SEGA fans to see.
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