At this time of year, as the weather cools, you’ll often find me spending my Sunday evenings snuggled up on the couch with a film and some tasty snacks to get cosy with. Nothing beats the feeling of a warm sofa and a good movie on an autumnal eve. If you like to do the same but would like some new ideas for things to snack on, I’ve got some delicious ideas for you.
Try out some of these tasty movie snack recipes:
Skip the store-bought pots of ice cream for a homemade option with this no-fuss ice cream recipe. It’s easier than you might expect. Get creative; test out different flavours, and share with your friends. (That’s if you can resist keeping this treat to yourself!).
These moreish dulce de leche marshmallows are a lighter option than your normal marshmallows, with a much more airy texture. Pair these love-heart-shaped bites with your favourite romantic comedy.
Crisps are one of my favourite snacks for a night in. I generally go for the cheap, salty variety. For a more gourmet option to accompany your movie nights, try my tasty dill & cucumber crisps with avocado dip. These little bites are nutritious and simple to make.
If you’re a fan of sweeter films, like Willie Wonker & the Chocolate Factory or Chocolat, these chocolate medallions are a great way to bring your movie to life. Just try not too eat an entire plate in one sitting (I challenge you).
Love a cheesy film? Well perhaps you’d like a cheesy snack, too. Pop a tray of my cheese coins with figs in the oven. Experiment with your own blend of cheeses, if you like.
Alright, so that’s your snacks sorted. (Your priorities are in order.) Now, you’re probably wondering which movie to watch.
Take a peek at some of the movies we’ve been watching at Khoollect…
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Autumn’s must-watch films: a look at our favourite movies coming out this autumn.
What to watch at this year’s BFI London Film Festival: if you were around London the past couple of weeks, you might have taken a trip to the BFI film festival, here is some of the top films that screened at the festival.
Five foreign language films you need to see: a list of films that’ll make you feel like you’ve escaped abroad. Happy viewing…
Tag me on social media to show me your movie snack creations. I’d love to see what you come up with…