Overnight Party Menu

We had a fantastic weekend! The weekend where you reunite with friends, enjoy a homey meal, see your kids bond with each other, most importantly leave the frantic life at door and reminisce about the College KATTA.

Thus when your college gang crashes at your place for an overnight party, after decades, you ought to make it a memorable night plus when they demand to have +CrazyFoodies on Toes  menu then you better get going.

We had the following menu
  • Cheese Cherry Pineapple
  • Tacos with Guacamole Salsa and Red Leaf Lettuce
  • Elephant Yam Fries.. Click here for the recipe
  • Red Sauce Pasta with Zucchini, Bell Peppers and Smoked Cheese   ....Click Here for Similar
  • Deconstruted  Strawberry Cheese Cake with whipped cream  ..... Click Here for Similar
  • Mango-Coconut Milk Smoothie with Oatmeal Biscuit and Maple Syrup
Unfortunately I do not have any snaps; why ?? Ask my friends who just couldn't wait for a click. I had made the dessert earlier and I should have clicked it but alas with Arha and the party prep, just couldnt get my hands on the camera. Nonetheless, the entire menu has featured on the blog or on our Facebook Page previously at some point, in some way or the other. 

Few Tips if you are planning to host a party 

  1. Plan the menu. Write it down. 
  2. Be sure on the Guest count. 
  3. Note ingredients in your pantry.
  4. Shop for what you don't have. Get all things together which you have.
  5. Make space in the refrigerator
  6. Get disposable plates and sppons to cut down on the washing.
  7. Pate up dessert in indiviual cups so that you do not have to keep serving.
  8. Infact have lots of finger food and for main course make a pot meal.
  9. If you have kids make sure their food and milk is ready before you start the party.
  10. Keep a trash bag nearby so that the guest can participate in keeping your house clean ;)

Cheese, Cherry and Pineapple Skewers

    Tacos with Guacamole Salsa and Red Leaf Lettuce

    How to make Guacamole ?

    Mango Smoothie 

    *For the part I had placed an otameal biscuit in the bottom of the glass soaked in maple syrup to add bit of texture.

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