Have you been journeying all over that open world map in search of the perfect palate-pleasing dish? What about for that geeky Friendsgiving soirée you were thinking of hosting? If you’re a gamer who enjoys whipping up new kinds of food, it’s really the perfect time for you to give these recipes a try. From the shores of Arcadia Bay to the windy peaks of Skyhold, we’ve gathered all the dinners and desserts you could possibly want to try (with a few honorable mentions for the truly adventurous).
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This comes as one of the highest rated Belgian waffle recipes on Allrecipes, so you know you’re getting something worthy of Joyce’s cooking. That said, if you went with the bacon and eggs option in “Out of Time,” then there’s no saving you. Opting out of waffles will have major consequences on your stomach.
Surprise! The cake isn’t a lie after all! At least, I hope it isn’t if you’re planning on inviting guests over. With just a few spare turrets and a bit of propulsion gel, you too can create your very own dessert that would even impress GLaDOS. Probably.
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These particular cookies are more than just merely tasty. By consuming them, your survival is all but guaranteed. Just make sure that you make enough to share with everyone! (We highly recommend that you follow this particular Tumblr for more fun, geek-worthy recipes.)
For the honeycomb:
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This nuclear apocalypse favorite will please both the vegetarian and meat lovers in your bomb shelter. Consider throwing a modest party to boost morale—there’s beer in both recipes, after all! Just make sure your ingredients aren’t, you know, too contaminated.
Ah, the dreaded sweet roll. Did you know that they’re the most likely possession to be stolen out of your modest dwelling? That and chickens, anyway. It’s advised that you bake as many as possible just in case. Your resident thief can’t escape with all of them if you have a storeroom full.
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You didn’t think we’d forget fans of spicy foods, did you? This recipe packs quite the punch, but since you’re basically a seasoned dragon-hunter worthy of any great Nevarran hero, these wings should be no problem for you.
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Going on an adventure? No problem! The cheese wheel shield of Dragon Age: Inquisition will surely serve two functions: snacking and safety.
Last, but certainly not least, is a recipe inspired by the now-infamous scene in Life Is Strange. Poor Frank never got to finish his plate of beans in an alternate reality somewhere.
And that’s all she wrote! Want a few drink recipes to pair with these delectable treats? Try our favorite alcohol pairings on Pinterest! We’re constantly updating that board with new, tasty drink ideas for every discerning gamer.