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Food Inspired by Angry Birds

  • Food Inspired by Angry Birds 1 of 10
    angry-birds
    Pizza, cookies, cupcakes and more!
  • Angry Birds Babybel 2 of 10
    Angry Birds Babybel
    Okay. We know the birds are supposed to be angry, but we can’t help but find this Babybel creation insanely adorable.
    Make Angry Birds Babybel »
  • Angry Birds Onigiri 3 of 10
    Angry Birds Onigiri
    From now on we’ll only eat rice if it looks like this.
    Make Angry Birds onigiri »
  • Angry Birds Mini Pizzas 4 of 10
    Angry Birds Mini Pizzas
    With an olive unibrow and pepperoni feathers, these vegan pizzas get a high score (and three stars!) from us.
    Make Angry Birds mini pizzas »
  • Angry Birds Sandwiches 5 of 10
    Angry Birds Sandwiches
    Imagine the glee on your kid's face if you made him one of these sandwiches for lunch. (Sure beats the usual ham and cheese.)
    Make Angry Birds sandwiches »
  • Angry Birds Cupcakes 6 of 10
    Angry Birds Cupcakes
    You better keep the bird cupcakes away from the pig ones — unless you want a level 10 Angry Birds situation to take place in your kitchen.
    Make Angry Birds cupcakes »
  • Angry Birds Fruit Faces 7 of 10
    Angry Birds Fruit Faces
    On the hunt for a healthy snack for your hungry little birds? These fruit faces are so cute, your kids won’t even miss the processed sugar found in other treats.
    Make Angry Birds fruit faces »
  • Angry Birds Donut Holes 8 of 10
    Angry Birds Donut Holes
    Seriously ... how amazingly accurate are these donut holes? Anyone got a slingshot?
    Make Angry Birds donut holes »
  • Angry Birds Cookies 9 of 10
    Angry Birds Cookies
    Let the kids do the “painting” on these cookies, and you just might end up with a few new Angry Bird characters.
    Make Angry Birds cookies »
  • Angry Birds Baked Pancake 10 of 10
    Angry Birds Baked Pancake
    Fruit roll-ups and a little icing turn this whole-wheat pancake into everyone’s favorite flying pig-smasher.
    Make an Angry Birds baked pancake »
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