We always enjoy hosting a WWE Theme Party.
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Planning parties is always fun and planning a WWE Theme party is not exception for me. WWE Parties occur at our home about once a year around Wrestlemania. Because the characters change in the world of WWE, we are constantly challenged to come up with new ideas and pun name foods in particular.
I have seven grandchildren, six of which are boys. I know when I am outnumbered! My husband and three of our grandsons are WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) fans so I may or may not be willing to admit that I have a favorite wrestler. I am willing to admit how much I enjoy planning their favorite food for our annual WrestleMania party.
In addition to the once per year WrestleMania, there is also a pay per view event once per month which my husband and his brother have a standing date for. They always look forward to the food almost as much as the wrestling. One essential ingredient for a WWE theme party is pun named food. We recently had a lot of fun coming up with an entire list of ideas for WWE Party Food with Pun Names which you can find HERE.
I’m sharing a few of the dishes we enjoyed at our WrestleMania party recently. All of the pun names reflect a wrestler and or their persona or a member of the WWE community.
Just say Yes to some Daniel Bry-Yams! No need to go to a lot of fuss though, these just pop into the oven. You can find them in the frozen food section of your grocery store under their assumed name of Alexia Sweet Potato fries.
Dolph Zigglers are the perfect entrée for those man sized appetites. Find these and more crescent roll recipes on my Crescent Roll Pinterest board.
Even the ‘Authority’ would strut their power walk for these Vince McManwiches especially when served on Hawaiian buns.
Jerry the King Lobster will reign supreme at any WWE theme event. We can’t forget the King!
This bacon isn’t bad news at all! Find the recipe for these Glazed Bacon Crackers here. This is one of my most requested recipes for WWE parties.
Superman Punch will make the rounds with anyone in contention.
Let’s not forget the Triple H2O for those seeking a little less action.
No fruity pebbles, just The Rock Candy bar for sweet treats.
Your party guest will be saying “Feed Me S’mores” with these super easy Two Ingredient S’mores.
- 1 Pkg. frozen chocolate chunk cookie dough (12 count)
- 1 cup miniature marshmellows
- Place the cookies side by side in prepared baking pan.
- Press the cookies together to create one big cookie. There will be small gaps, which is fine. Cookies will spread while baking.
- Bake at temperature on package directions in preheated oven just until the cookie is almost completely done.
- Remove from oven and sprinkle with marshmallows.
- Return to oven until marshmallows have melted.
- Cool before cutting.
- Serve and enjoy!
We found our referee themed party paper products at Target. The cups, tablecloth and labels we used to wrap the water bottles ( I mean the Triple H2O) came from the party section at Walmart.
The Place the Patch on Cena’s Wrist game was also found at Target and the kids had a fun time with this dizzy game. We created our own rules. Children were paired in teams of two. One was blind-folded and the other was in charge of directing the blind-folded child to the poster. Our boys took it to another level by send the player as far away as possible. The goal is of course, to tape the wrist band in the correct location on the poster.
Ok, so I’ll tell you who my favorite wrestler is. I like the Yes man, Daniel Bryan but my favorite has always been John Cena. Who is your favorite wrestler?
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