Romantic movie-inspired treats for a cosy Valentine's Day

Bring the romance of the silver screen to your kitchen this Valentine's Day for a cozy movie night

14 Feb 2024

Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and what better way to celebrate than by indulging in some romantic film-inspired snacks? Whether you're cuddled up with your significant other or enjoying a cosy night in solo, these treats will transport you to the magical world of classic love stories. So, grab your popcorn (or better yet, whip up one of these snacks) and settle in for a fun movie night.

Casablanca Moroccan-inspired hummus platter

Let’s kick off our list with the most iconic love stories of our time.

Transport your taste buds to exotic Casablanca with a Moroccan-inspired hummus platter. Serve up a variety of homemade hummus flavours, such as traditional chickpea, roasted red pepper, and garlic herb, accompanied by an assortment of pita bread, cucumber slices, and olives. Add a sprinkle of za'atar seasoning for an authentic touch, and savour the flavours and enjoy.

La La Land jazzed-up popcorn

Get into the musical spirit with a twist on a classic snack inspired by "La La Land." Jazz up your popcorn by tossing it with melted butter, grated Parmesan cheese, and a sprinkle of smoked paprika for a kick. Serve in a big bowl and enjoy the magical melodies of romance while munching on this delicious treat.

The Notebook blueberry pancakes

Start your Valentine's Day morning with a romantic breakfast inspired by "The Notebook." Whip up a stack of fluffy blueberry pancakes and drizzle them with warm maple syrup. Add a dollop of whipped cream on top for extra indulgence, just like Allie and Noah enjoyed in that unforgettable scene.

When Harry Met Sally deli sandwiches

Pay homage to the iconic deli scene from "When Harry Met Sally" with a delicious deli sandwich. Layer slices of roast meat, turkey, veggies, and Swiss cheese on your favourite bread, and don't forget to add some tangy mustard and crisp lettuce for extra flavour. Cut the sandwich into halves or quarters and serve with a side of pickles for that authentic New York deli experience.

Sleepless in Seattle chocolate-covered strawberries

And finally, indulge your sweet tooth with a classic romantic treat inspired by the beloved film "Sleepless in Seattle." Melt some chocolate in a double boiler, dip fresh strawberries into the melted chocolate, and let them cool on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Once the chocolate has hardened, enjoy.

Now, it's your turn! What's your favourite movie snack, and which film do you plan to watch this Valentine's Day? Let us know in the comments below.

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