Taylor Swift listening party menu ideas
If you haven’t had a Taylor Swift listening party yet (because it was at midnight and you have a job), you are probably planning to listen to Midnights within the next day or two. Every good listening party needs a good menu. Here are a few ideas to make the evening even more magical (although with a new Taylor Swift album that may not be possible).
- Coconut madelines – these are fancy, pretty, and taste amazing. If you don’t like coconut, you can sub it out for chocolate chips, walnuts, or fruit pieces. These are also gluten-free and pack a delicate, cake-like texture.
- T-Swift is a known burgers and fries fan, so this burger recipe will fit the bill. Add a side of air fryer duck fat fries if you want to be a little more indulgent.
- If your party is actually at midnight, you may want more of an appetizer menu. These little caprese-like poppers are bite sized and perfect with a too-late cocktail.
- Another Taylor Swift favorite is ice cream, and this coconut milk version is easy to make and easy on the stomach, so when you find out the tea about Scooter Braun it won’t unsettle.
- Obviously I had to go with the lemon lavender Vesper martini, because… well, lavender. (Make sure you have some fancy glasses for the best vibe.)
- This Negroni cocktail with honey and rosemary is perfect to go with the chill vibes of any Taylor Swift album, add some Prosecco if you want to be trendy (Stunning!).
- If you’re listening with kids (mine are eagerly awaiting when the clock strikes 5 today to start ours) or just don’t need a cocktail at midnight, this healthy chocolate shake or this healthy hot chocolate will be perfect.
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I am a mom of two and wife to a martial arts school owner, full-time social media professional and avid cook and gardener. I love creating recipes and involving my kids in the process. The food we cook is usually dairy-free and gluten-free, and sometimes paleo, but we make exceptions (ahem, sourdough bread). The “hippie” part of this blog comes into play in the ingredients we use—I’m pretty vigilant about the health of my family and you could even call me “crunchy.” The “modern” part is that I am busy! You won’t catch me making my own nut milk or churning butter (not that there’s anything wrong with that). I’m more than happy to take the shortcuts provided by our lovely grocery stores and online shopping —especially in the midst of this global pandemic.