When you’re having a movie night, you need the ultimate snacks on hand. Aren’t you tired of popcorn and candy? Go back to your childhood and Step up that movie marathon with these decadent appetizers that are impossible to put down.
There has never been a more foolproof combination than potatoes and bacon. This recipe ups the ante with spicy sour cream dip on the side. Diets are overrated anyway!
Satisfy your inner child and all those carnival cravings with these all-American mini corndogs. Dipping sauce is made easy since corndogs taste great with just ketchup or mustard.
Nothing accompanied movie nights more frequently than pizza rolls as a kid. Here, we can pretend to adult with pepperoni pizza rolls Replace pepperoni with prosciutto or mushrooms for a classy twist.
Nachos are a staple for any social gathering, but we bet that you’ve never tried sockeye salmon nachos. Think fish tacos meets nachos for this delicious fusion the utilizes omega-3 rich salmon and all the fixins’.
5. Onion Bread
A bloomin’ onion is another fairground favorite that brings about nostalgia in the best of us – traditionally, it’s a deep fried onion that’s filleted open so that you can pick for like onion rings out. This version takes all that goodness and pops it into a cheesy sourdough bread.
No movie night would be complete without the perfect boozy beverage. Adult meets college fun in these Champagne Jello shots that consist of ginger ale, champagne, lemon, sugar, and gelatin.
Jalapeño poppers are the tastiest movie night snack ever, but they’re chock full of calories and bad-for-you ingredients. This baked version is just as mouthwatering, easy to devour and even keto-friendly.
Puff pastry tarts of any kind are always a resounding success at any event, and there’s a reason for that – they’re mouthwatering little morsels! This savory, French inspired tart combines potatoes and creamy brie cheese – now go watch Amelie!
These might be slightly messy for movie night, but completely worth it. In these tacos, the saltiness comes from soy sauce and sesame oil, while Asian pear adds sweetness to the succulent beef bulgogi.
Spinach and artichoke has been making the rounds as a hearty party dip for years now – it’s versatile enough to be paired with bread, chips or crackers, but this recipe take-out the risk of dip spills. Fried into breaded arancini style balls, your movie-going guests might try to sneak some of these home in their pockets.