Roll out the red carpet, pop the bubbly, and butter the popcorn it’s Oscar party time!
The biggest night in Hollywood is here and we’re bringing the glitter and glam to Edmonton with our very own Oscar party! Complete with games and of course fancy, schmancy, delicious treats that your guests are sure to love.
Now, don’t fret, throwing an all-star Oscar party doesn’t have to be difficult, especially because we’ve done half of the work for you! We’ve got you covered with a fun DIY, Hollywood rated desserts and of course provided you with links to printables and games to play.
Continue reading for all of the inspiration you need to easily host the perfect night. Now, invite your friends and gather on the couch for a memorable evening!
And the Oscar goes to…
Give out your own Oscars with this quick and easy DIY.
Pick up some Ken dolls from your local dollar store and paint them gold. Don’t forget to write up your own funny awards that you can give to your friends as the night goes on!
Read the full DIY instructions here.
Put Some Glitter On It
Nothing says Oscar party like glitter...and lots of it! From donuts and cupcakes to popcorn and prosecco there is nothing a little edible glitter can’t do.
Add some glitter to The Golden Girl Cocktail
Make your glazed donuts shine
Spice up and Sparkle your Popcorn
Cast Your Ballot
During this time of the year we always think of two things: love and chocolate, lots of it! Around Heart of the Home we spend much of our time thinking about food - can you blame us, we have some of the best and most inventive kitchenware products in store - If we aren't on Pinterest looking up new recipes then we're most certainly in the kitchen whipping up something fun!
This Valentine's Day we wanted to be able to spend time with our loved ones, but we would also like to save some cash and avoid the crowds. There's no better way to do that than by having a date night in complete with a delicious menu. Here is what will be on our table February 14.
1. Red beet powder can be substituted for the red food coloring if that is a health issue for you.
ORIGINAL RECIPE: https://keviniscooking.com/red-velvet-waffles-with-cream-cheese-glaze/
3. Sprinkle your countertop or cutting board with a little flour. Place the room temperature pizza dough on top and use the 4″ heart shaped cookie cutter to cut out the dough. I was able to get 5 mini pizzas out of 1 pre-rolled pizza crust.
4. Place about 1 tablespoon of sauce in the middle of each crust. Use a spoon to spread it around the entire surface and top with cheese and heart shaped pepperonis.
5. Bake in the oven for 5-7 minutes or until the crust is crisp and the cheese is just beginning to brown. Allow it to cool for a minute and enjoy!
ORIGINAL RECIPE: http://sarahhearts.com/mini-heart-shaped-pizzas/
4. Sift together the flours. Use a large metal spoon to fold the flours into the butter mixture alternately with the cocoa mixture, in 2 batches each, until well combined. Divide the mixture equally between the 3 prepared pans. Smoothen the surface with the back of the spoon.
5. Bake in preheated oven for 20-25 minutes or until a skewer inserted into the centre of the cake comes out clean. Stand for 3 minutes before turning out onto a wire rack to cool.
6. Once cooled completely, frost with chocolate fudge frosting, either by spreading the frosting with a spoon or piping it onto the cake layers. Decorate with fresh raspberries.
Chocolate Fudge Frosting
ORIGINAL RECIPE: http://www.sugaretal.com/2016/03/09/3535/