8 Broadway-Inspired Treats To Serve At Your Next Party

What thespian doesn’t love a good theme party? Whether you’re just throwing a party to throw one, hosting a cast party or having dinner with friends before a show you’ve been dying to see, here are some culinary delights that will get your guests humming:

1. ‘Wicked’ Delicious Punch

Serve up this refreshing beverage at your next Wicked-themed cast party. Find the recipe here

2. ‘Mary Poppins’ Umbrella Appetizers

These tasty umbrella cheese treats are practically perfect in every way. Get more “Mary Poppins” ideas here

3. ‘Grease’ Cookies and Fry Shooters

Broadway inspired food

These nostalgic 1950s treats will get you hand-jiving in no time. Besides, sweet and salty go together like rama lama lama ka dinga da dinga dong. Check out more ideas here

4. ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ Chocolate-Dipped Strawberry Roses

These roses inspired by “The Phantom of the Opera” will make any Christine melt for any Erik. Get the recipe here

5. Bend and Snap Cocktail From ‘Legally Blonde’

Who could forget the famous Bend and Snap from “Legally Blonde?” It’s certainly a moment worth toasting! So, next time you get tickets to the show, say “Cheers!” and sip this tasty treat. For those below 21-ers, orange juice will make for a good substitute for a delicious mocktail! Find the recipe here

6. ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ Audrey II Cupcakes

You’ll be saying, “Feed me, Seymour!” after you bake these “Little Shop of Horrors” cupcakes for your next cast party. Find out how to make them here

7. ‘Sweeney Todd’ Meat Pies

Don’t worry, there aren’t any kitty cats in these — it’s just a traditional English meat pie! This is just the thing to get you in the mood for “Sweeney Todd” rehearsals. Find the recipe here

8. The Mermaid Pie From ‘Waitress’

Whose mouth didn’t water after seeing and hearing about all the delicious pies made in “Waitress?” It’s a creation of the imagination for sure. Get the recipe here

What musical theatre-themed party treats have you served up in the past? Let us know in the comments below…

Written by Lisa Kay Jennings

Lisa is a voice over actress and writer with her B.F.A in Acting from Wright State University. Lisa lives in Los Angeles and when she's not writing or performing she's usually drinking wine and dressing up her Shih Tzu in funny outfits.


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