How To Train a Dragon 2 Family Movie Night + Dragon Wings Recipe #HTTYD2

 Mama to 5 Blessings  wrote this post on the behalf of Dream Works and their PR Company. Mama to 5 Blessings received product in exchange for an honest review. This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.  


My kids have been huge How To Train a Dragon fans, stemming back to the 1st movie How To Dragon movie. So when How To Train a Dragon 2 came out on Blu-Ray/DVD my kids could not wait add this movie to their collection. 

How To Train A Dragon 2


 If you have not seen this movie I suggest you see it, this thrilling second chapter of the epic HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON trilogy returns to the fantastical world of the heroic Viking Hiccup and his faithful dragon Toothless. The inseparable duo must protect the peace and save the future of men and dragons from the power-hungry Dragon!  To celebrate the release of this movie on Blu-Ray/DVD we had a Family Movie Night watching How To Train A Dragon 2!


The kids got into “dragon” mode by coloring some of the How To Train a Dragon coloring / activity sheets that came in our party kit and they enjoyed wearing their DreamWorks Drgaon Flipeez Hat


How To Train A Dragon 2


I took the time to make them a yummy dinner before we watched the movie:


“Dragon Legs”


How To Train A Dragon


Dragon Wings (Chicken Wings)
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Cook Time
1 hr 20 min
Cook Time
1 hr 20 min
  1. 1 1/2 sticks of butter
  2. 2 lbs of chicken wings
  3. 1 bottle of Jack's Hot Sauce (or any other hot sauce brand)
  1. Line baking pan with aluminum foil.
  2. Clean the chicken wings and line them up on the baking pan.
  3. Bake on 425 degrees for 60 minutes.
  4. When the wings are almost done baking add the butter and bottle of hot sauce in a pan and cook on low until the butter is completely melted into the hot sauce.
  5. When the wings are done baking then drain any juice on the pan.
  6. Then broil for 7-10 minutes until the wings are crispy.
  7. Once the wings are done cooking then add them to large bowl and pour the hot wing sauce over the chicken wings and give them a toss so that they are all coated.
  1. You can use any hot wing sauce, the ones that do not have red 40 in them work best. Check the ingredients on the bottle.
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Once our bellies were full it was time to watch How To Train a Dragon 2.  We were looking forward to the new adventure and seeing the new dragons. Hiccup is an unlikely hero, a clumsy Viking who managed to make a huge difference thanks to his deep bond with a sweet and scrawny dragon named Toothless. These two were the key to bringing peace and unity to the warring factions of the dragons and the Vikings. Now, five years later, the land is tranquil, but new adventures await the duo in between challenging other dragon-riding pairs to races. The duo love to explore, and one day, they discover a mysterious cave in the ice. It is inhabited by one dragon rider and many dragons, and it’s unclear just what its presence will mean for the community. However, it’s the task of Hiccup and Toothless to find out and keep the peace. 

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Have you grabbed your copy to  yet? Need a stocking stuffer?  Now out on Blu-ray™,  DVD and Digital HD. Featuring hours of bonus materials that explore the world of dragons and more.  Accompanied with four exclusive featurettes, deleted scenes and a 60-minute behind-the-scenes documentary about the making of the film, shot and created by the film’s writer and director Dean DeBlois.


Mama to 5 Blessings  wrote this post on the behalf of Dream Works and their PR Company. Mama to 5 Blessings received product in exchange for an honest review. This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in any way.    Mama to 5 Blessings is disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.   




  1. Looks like you had a great movie night. Love your themed dinner and the Dragon hat is awesome.

  2. What a cute dinner idea! My son would love to have dragon wings. We enjoyed How to Train Your Dragon 2.

  3. Fi Ní Neachtáin says:

    I’ve never seen this film, I love the idea of a family film night though. Your little one looks adorable in the hat! 🙂

  4. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    What a fun movie night par-tay! We saw this movie at the drive in last summer and loved it.

    • We would have loved to see the movie at a drive in, but sadly the one in our hometown got closed down! We have been wanting to see it though!

  5. I loved the first HTTYD movie. My kids really liked it, too, and it was a fun way to talk about the Viking legends. My son really loves “dragon wings” and this would be a fun way to make it a family movie night.

  6. Looks like so much fun – movie nights are always awesome!

  7. I just love that Toothless hat. What a cute party idea.

  8. My son would love that hat! We have not seen the second HTTYD but plan to soon Great recipe!

  9. What an awesome party, that was such a great movie! I love that hat too – I bet it’s a hit with all his friends!

  10. How to Train Your Dragon is one of our favorite movies – the hat is priceless!!! You definitely had a fun movie night.

  11. Catherine S says:

    This looks like a really great movie I can’t wait to watch it. I love the dinner theme and the hat is just great.

  12. Love the Toothless hat! What a great gift set to set for the movie night theme.

  13. OMG, such a wonderful end to end experience, dinner and a movie!
    In our family, we love wings and we enjoyed both How to Train Your Dragon movies very much, a family favorite!

  14. Jenna Wood says:

    that hood is too adorable, I will ave to find it to go with the DVD already under our tree! We love HTTYD, and hope to catch the live show sometime too!

  15. We actually haven’t seen How to Train Your Dragon yet. It may actually end up as a stocking stuffer. 🙂

  16. Omg this looks like a lot of fun!!!!

  17. I have not seen this movie yet, I did love the first one and plan to see this one eventually! I love the wings too, wings are so delicious! Thanks for sharing your movie night, it reminded me I so need to watch this movie!

  18. My kids would have loved to attended (or hosted) a party like this!! We are huge fans of the movie. Can’t wait to see it at home!~

  19. Sounds like a fun night! I love the dragon hat.

  20. HTTYD is such a cute movie series. A movie night with it would be so much fun.

  21. The kids look so cute. I like the dragon hat! What a fun family night!

  22. This movie is our favorite right now. Can’t wait to try these wings, they look tasty!

  23. I want to come to one of your parties! My kids would have a blast too 😀

  24. Great movie night! I love to have food that matches the theme of the evening. Your kids will be telling their kids what a great mom you are!

  25. Looks like you guys had a great night! Always fun to do these!

  26. Wow! I bet your kids think that you have the coolest job ever!

  27. I saw the first one and I just got the second one and will be watching it when I find time. I like how the movie evolved. It would really be nice to have dragon wings while watching the movie.

  28. Personally, I love the first How to Train Your Dragon! I haven’t seen the second one yet, but I want to!

  29. You know how to throw a party. That recipe looks delicious!

  30. I really like how you made dragon wings for your movie party. What a fun and creative way to tie in the movie and food!

  31. I haven’t seen that movie, but it looks cute! I bet your kids had a fun time at your little party 🙂

  32. How fun! The first movie was so cute but we haven’t seen the second one yet. That hat is adorable!

  33. This looks like an awesome movie night! I bet you had fun with the kids!

  34. You sure know how to plan a movie night! The hat is adorable and the wings sound delicious.

  35. This would be such a fun movie night! And I am in love with the hat. We all love How To Train Your Dragon around here 🙂

  36. Omg I love toothless! This is a nice way to spend a movie night with my family!

  37. What a fun movie night set up for the kiddies!

  38. I love family theme nights, Dragon movie night sounds like a lot of fun. I love the idea of making Dragon wings 🙂

  39. See there! I might get hubby to sit down and watch if I make a nice wings recipe to go with the movie. 🙂 I love that hat!

  40. That dragon wing recipe is so easy to make! I think I’ll try it for movie night!

  41. Lisa Bristol says:

    This is a fantastic movie. I would love to have a How to Train your Dragon movie night. I will have to try the wing recipe.

  42. The chicken wings look amazing. We can’t wait to watch this movie.

  43. Looks like a fun movie night.

  44. Bonnie @ wemake7 says:

    Looks like a fun time. I bet my kids would like to see this movie. Thanks for sharing.

  45. My kids love How to train a dragon movies! And I secretly love them too! 🙂

  46. Looks like a fun night with the family. I haven’t seen any of these movies, but I could sure go for some wings!

  47. Chrissy Mazzocchi says:

    My kids loved the first 1 and so did I, very excited to see this one 🙂

  48. This looks like it was a fun movie night. I love having movie nights with my boys.

  49. My son is a bit old… 12 next week. He’s not seen the 1st, but he’s probably going to see it with his cousins because they’ve been wanting to watch the 1st one and that also means we’ll have to grab the second movie… lol

  50. Cindy Merrill says:

    Well, hot sauce is not my thing- my hubby would love this recipe, however.

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