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Hi everybody, and welcome to a new Top Ten Tuesday!
Today’s topic is all about bookish parties and I wanted to highlight one of the crucial elements (and my favorite) of any party, namely THE FOOD. Now a little disclaimer: I am no kitchen princess. I’m not even a kitchen mouse. I suck at cooking, baking and anything related to it and I’m not very fond of it either. But eating, especially sweets and snacks? I am awesome at that!
So I did not come up with any of the ideas below, nor do I have any idea on the difficulty levels of them (okay to be fair, some of these seem easy enough for even me to pull them off). But all of them look good and like a lot of fun for any bookish party for young and old!
Book themed cupcakes
If you’d like to keep your bookish party general and classy, one can never go wrong with bookish cupcakes!
Polyjuice Potion Punch
I would not add any hairs to this recipe to make sure no one would accidentally turn into a cat, but if you don’t do that I’m sure you’ll be just fine!
Ferrero Rocher Golden Snitches
Hey look, I love Ferrero Rochers and this is a fun and easy (definitely Lindsey-proof) “recipe”.
Blue chocolate chip cookies
If Percy Jackson likes it, it can’t be bad right? A guaranteed hit with kids and adult chocolate lovers alike 🙂
Elven Lembas Bread
When the party will last a long, long time, get some lembas bread for the journey!
Peeta’s Burnt Nut and Raisin Bread
Admittedly, bread alone does not look very festive, but add some butter or nice dip and I would love it!
Alice In Wonderland Eat Me Cookies
I’m not sure if these cookies will actually turn you into a giant or shrink you, but they do LOOK delicious and honestly, I’m not sure if I’d be any better than Alice at walking away without eating one.
Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda No Bake Oreo Cheesecake
You could always just add regular oreos to the party table and call it done (that would be my strategy), but this cheesecake also looks waaaaay too delicious.
And when in doubt…
would you like to have any of these at a bookish party? And would you try your hand at making them yourself or are you like me and would you just eat them?