Pabu Cookies Inspired by The Legend of Korra

Pabu Cookies Inspired by The Legend of Korra

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Mark your calendars! The Legend of Korra – The Complete Series Limited Edition Steelbook Collection will be arriving on March 16! 

And to help you prepare for your Legend of Korra watch party, I’ve teamed up with Nickelodeon to bring you a delicious treat inspired by the adorable and mischievous fire ferret, Pabu!

Purchase The Complete Series Limited Edition Steelbook Collection

The spirit of the Avatar lives on in the complete series of The Legend of Korra. Relive every moment from all four books. From meeting Avatar Korra, a teenage girl from the Southern Water Tribe, in Book One, to opening the spirit portal and entering a new age where spirits and mankind coexist in Books Two and Three, to embarking on a journey of self-discovery and restoring balance to the Earth Kingdom in Book Four, fans won’t want to miss a second of air, earth, water and firebending in this complete collection! 

The 4-book collection features stunning new artwork by artist Caleb Thomas, with each book featuring a different element (Fire, Water, Earth, and Air).

The front covers combine to showcase Korra’s physical journey to become the Avatar, while the back covers represent pivotal moments in her spiritual journey. Thomas also designed the covers of the Avatar: The Last Airbender SteelBook® and was handpicked to design both collections’ covers after series co-creator and executive producer Bryan Konietzko became a fan of Thomas’ art style on social media. The collection’s production run will be limited to 10,000 units.

Created by Konietzko and Michael Dante DiMartino, The Legend of Korra picks up seventy years after the end of the Avatar: The Last Airbender story arc with brand-new characters and settings. The series follows the new Avatar, Korra, as she faces the difficult challenges, duties, and responsibilities that come with being the Avatar. The series aired on Nickelodeon and Nick.com from April 2012 through December 2014.

Seasons:

  • Book One: Air
    • Season 1 – 12 episodes – Aired 4/14/12 – 6/23/12
  • Book Two: Spirits
    • Season 2 – 14 episodes – Aired 9/13/13 – 11/22/13                    
  • Book Three: Change
    • Season 3 – 13 episodes – Aired 6/27/14 – 8/22/14
  • Book Four: Balance
    • Season 4 – 13 episodes – Aired 10/3/14 – 12/19/14

The Legend of Korra – The Complete Series Limited Edition Steelbook Collection arrives on March 16! Pre-order the series now.

Decorate Legend of Korra Cookies Inspired by Pabu

Inspired by Bolin’s adorable and mischievous fire ferret, Pabu, these sugar cookies with textured buttercream designs will make the perfect treat for your Legend of Korra watch party! Find the printable cookie shape stencil below and the instructions to decorate your own Pabu cookies at home.

Ingredients and Supplies:

  • 2 sticks of butter, room temperature
  • 3 cups of powdered sugar
  • 3-4 tbsp. milk
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • Food coloring — brown, red, black
  • Three icing bags
  • Icing tips – small star, round, and basketweave tips
  • Pabu cookie shape stencil 

Prepare and bake your favorite sugar cookies in the shape of the Pabu cookie stencil.

For the buttercream icing, combine the butter, milk, and vanilla in a bowl and mix until smooth. Add the powdered sugar a few cups at a time until it is incorporated.

Color half of the icing with brown and red food coloring to match Pabu’s burnt orange fur color, then place in an icing bag with a basketweave tip.

Color a small amount of icing with black food coloring, then place in an icing bag with a round icing tip.

Place the remaining white buttercream in an icing bag with a small star tip.

With the burnt orange icing and basketweave tip, add lines of icing to the cookie to form the shape of Pabu’s head and ears.

Use white icing and the small star tip to add Pabu’s white facial markings, as well as the fur around the side of his head and around his ears.

Use the black icing and the small round tip to add two eyes, a nose, and a mouth.

Add two small white icing dots to each eye.

 

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