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Movie snacks you can make and enjoy at home


With almost everyone forced to stay at home now, most people find themselves with plenty of time to spend catching up on TV series or movies, both new and older releases. And what’s the fun of binge-watching without some snacks to munch on? 

Here we list down several easy to make recipes (time to get some groceries delivered if you’re missing the ingredients!), some are wholesome snacks for the whole family, some are more suitable for adults only. Choose wisely and enjoy the snacks!

Easy to prepare and loved by both kids and adults! Either serve these fried nuggets on a plate or skewer them to keep the remote controls clean from oily paws. Best eaten with chilli sauce and/or ketchup. (Photo source: Azhan.co).
Either just stick a plain fried hot dog on a skewer (coat with batter before frying for an extra kick) or, if you have cheese, make it super cute as illustrated. Scrumdiddlyumptious has the recipe for this adorable octopus hot dog.
If there are hot dog buns and ingredients for chili available in your kitchen, you have to make chilli dogs. It’ll be more filling, albeit much messier to eat. My Food and Family has an easy 30-minute recipe you can follow.
The recipe for Jalapeno Poppers on The Spruce Eats calls for 25 jalapeno peppers, which will yield 12 servings. Best eaten when hot while it’s still all golden and crispy.  (Photo source: TheCrimsonMonkey | E+ | Getty Images).
More jalapeno peppers and cheesy goodness with Super Nachos. Unleash your inner Rachael Ray by grabbing the celebrity chef’s recipe for this from Food Network’s website.
It’s not a movie night – or day – without popcorn! Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking’s recipe shows you how to make microwaved popcorn in various flavours, while Elise Bauer’s Simply Recipes shows how to make them on stove-top. (Photo source: Gemma’s Bigger Bolder Baking).
For the more sophisticated audience, try your hands at making a homemade version of the Pink Champagne Marshmallow – foodiemisadventures.com has the recipe. Or if you prefer jello over marshmallow, scroll down to the next entry.
ForRent.com user Jessica Hill shared the recipe for these Champagne Jello Shots on the website. Perfect for couples who want to keep things fancy on date night, these shots even have edible glitter just to make the evening glitzier.
Grab a bunch of different flavoured M&M’s (or any candy of your choice) and pour them all into one bowl. The fun is in not knowing what flavour you’ll be getting every time you reach for one! Just make sure no one is allergic to anything in the mix, you don’t want to be going to the hospital in the midst of the current pandemic. (Photo source: Washington Post).

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