'Game of Thrones' Season 8: Themed Food and Snacks to Serve at Premiere Watch Parties

In the world of Game of Thrones, feasts and celebrations typically end in bloodshed. That doesn't mean viewers should roll out the banquet spreads in honor of the final season's show premiere on Sunday, though. The episode may mark the last moments fans can enjoy with the few remaining characters who have actually lived long enough to see a Season 8 premiere.

Eating through some of the biggest battles, reunions and deaths of the series just seems like the right way to experience the final episodes of the show, and what better way to enjoy all that eating and all those battles than with some GOT-inspired goodies like Arya's famous Walder Pie? Just kidding! Cannibalism is largely frowned upon in the United States (and in some aspects illegal, plus gross), so baking Arya Stark's finger-filled pie recipe may not be the best way to participate in a GOT watch-party.

However, there are tons of other tasty treats worthy of serving to anyone on the Iron Throne. Read on for a few GOT-themed party snacks below.

House Sigils Cookies

The Buzzfeed recipe calls for any type of dough recipe, even pre-made dough works. What makes these cookies stand apart from all the rest, though, is the official GOT cookie cutter, which includes the sigils of House Stark, Lannister, Baratheon, Targaryen, Tyrell and Greyjoy.

Deviled Dragon Eggs

Certainly don't cook your dragon eggs if luck should lead you to discover them. A little green and blue dye and a few Ziplock bags are more than enough to give chicken eggs a reptilian upgrade. See the full recipe HERE.

The Kingslayer Crab Dip

This is really just a standard crab dip recipe, pegged and provided by Thrillist, but it sounds like something Jamie Lannister would enjoy. So fans should enjoy it too. See the full recipe HERE.

Theon's Favorite Toy in a Blanket

While any pigs-in-a-blanket recipe will likely do, none of them pay homage to Theon's long lost "toy" quite like this one. See full recipe HERE.

Little Chicken Fingers

Likely not as manipulative as its namesake Lord Petyr Baelish, this Buzzfeed recipe was inspired by the Winterfell feast described in George R.R. Martin's A Song of Fire and Ice, during which honeyed chicken was devoured.

Hot Pie's Pot Pie

Hot Pie's said it himself—the secret to a perfectly golden pie crust is to brown the butter first. YouTuber and chef Paul Tran shows viewers exactly how to do it just like Hot Pie, HERE.

The Hound's Fried Chicken

GOT fans know how much The Hound loves his chicken. He once murdered a man over a bite of the bird. That specific chicken was probably roasted over an open fire or in a fire-burning oven of sorts, but HERE is a fried chicken recipe Sandor Clegane likely would have also killed for.

Sansa's Sassy Lemon Cakes

Sansa Stark's favorite treat on GOT was lemon cakes. Sugar and Soul curated a recipe that would bring the Lady of Winterfell some delight. See it in full HERE.

Brienne of Tarth Tart

According to Taste of Home, this blueberry pie is so satisfying, you may feel confident enough to fight a bear after eating it. See it in full HERE.

Red Wedding Punch

Perhaps some medieval variation of sangria was in Robb Stark's cup when the events of the Red Wedding brought about his inevitable demise? See the full recipe HERE.

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