Celebrate Hollywood's biggest night with an incredible DIY spread of movie theater-snacks.

By F&W Editors
Updated June 13, 2017
Katie Button: Crackersnacks  

From sweet-salty popcorn to candy-coated ice cream bon bons, here are seven snacks to make for an Oscar viewing party.

1. Popcorn with Sesame-Glazed Pistachios

Popcorn with Sesame-Glazed Pistachios
Credit: © John Kernick

How do you make the ultimate, party-worthy popcorn? Mix it with glazed pistachios for excellent sweet-salty flavor.

2. Crackersnacks

Katie Button: Crackersnacks  

This is chef Katie Button's sweet and savory take on the classic snack, Cracker Jack.

3. Mexican Pizza

Mexican Pizza
Credit: © Pernille Pedersen

Can't decide between pizza and nachos? Now you don't have to.

4. German Soft Pretzel Sticks

German Soft Pretzel Sticks

For us, game day is all about salty snacks and cold beer. If you want to keep entertaining easy, serve crowd-pleasing appetizers like creamy guacamole, spicy chicken wings and cheesy nachos. Whether you're hosting the whole neighborhood or heading to a potluck, these snacks are the perfect pairing for a day of football.

Eat these slightly sweet, chewy, dark pretzel sticks plain or dipped in mustard or ranch dressing.

5. Spicy Popcorn Balls


A smart update for popcorn balls: chipotle-spiked caramel.

6. Ice Cream Pop Bon Bons

Ice Cream Bonbon Pops

You can coat these ice cream pops in whatever candy you want—whoppers, Sno-Caps, even Skittles.

Coat these delicious ice cream pops with your favorite crushed candy such as Sno-Caps, Skittles or M&Ms.

7. Milk Chocolate, Nut and Raisin Clusters

Milk Chocolate, Nut and Raisin Clusters

These crispy, crunchy, nutty and chewy mounds with just the right amount of salt are incredibly complex—and dangerously good.