Oscar party food ideas for your awards show parties (or just your next Netflix binge) #Recipes#alcohol#beverages#cooking#jello shots#party Posted Feb 26 2016 Catherine Clark bijouxandbits Photos by: Bijoux & Bits Photos and recipes by Bijoux & Bits Related Post Super Bowl party snacks you need to serve on game day Need some rad Super Bowl party snacks for your big game party? I've got a trio of a side, an app, and a dessert that... Read more This coming Sunday is the king of movie awards shows, The Oscars. Will you be watching or has the string of wonky host gigs (or lack of diversity) done you in? (Don't worry, Chris Rock's opening monologue isn't likely to be boring, at least!) Either way, we've got a few festive Oscar party food ideas to pepper your party table. Pair these with some of our other party recipes, party ideas, and even a gut-busting Oscars bingo game for good times for dimes. Spicy apricot slow cooker meatballs For a kick of heat and a lot of sweet, try these Spicy apricot slow cooker meatballs. Stick a toothpick or some mini forks to make them seem MUCH shmancier than they actually are. Get the recipe here. Glittery chocolate-covered pretzels For a crunchy dessert that pairs salty and sweet, these glittery chocolate-covered pretzels are a win. Working with sprinkles is never unfun, either. Plus, they kind of look like magic wands! Get the recipe here. Champagne Jell-o shots What's a fancy Oscars party without a little bubbly? Take the class down back to our level by serving your sparkling wine in the form of bad-ass Champagne Jell-o shots. Make a just-as-fun mocktail version with sparkling cider. Hell yes. Get the recipe here. Related Post Miley mentions, F-bombs, and wrong way exits: Play Oscars Bingo this Sunday Remember going on long road trips, and being super bored, until Mom whipped out those auto-bingo cards to shut you up? Well, now there's something kinda like that for adults… Read More Which movies are you rooting for? Catherine Clark Catherine Clark loiters at her local library, makes art, watches movies en masse, plays video and tabletop games, poorly cooks healthy things, cuddles with her feline fur babies, and blogs at BijouxandBits.com. @enidjcoleslaw @bijouxandbits @bijouxandbits PREVIOUS 9 tips for getting pets and babies to live together harmoniously NEXT What were/are your favorite GOOD books for middle schoolers?