All the Snacks to Make for Your Favorite Fall Shows

These recipes from Food Network make for even better binge-watching.

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Pacific TV

Now that all your favorite TV shows are back, it’s time to up your weeknight snack food game. TV time requires dishes that are easy to eat on the couch with little intrusion on any big moments during the hour run time. We found the perfect food to eat with every show you’ll be keeping up with this season.

If you watch… Grey’s Anatomy

Eat… Crazy Bark (pictured above)

Meredith Grey is obsessed with candy and this show is known for making audiences cry so it’s only fitting to have something sweet on-hand to sooth your broken heart.

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Paul Sirisalee

If you watch… Scandal

Eat... Popcorn

Olivia Pope’s dinner of choice, although this one is amped up with caramel drizzle. Don’t forget a glass of red wine to really channel your inner gladiator.

Photo by: Matt Armendariz

Matt Armendariz

If you watch… This Is Us

Eat… Ice Cream (and lots of it)

If you watched last season, you know this show is a weekly tear-jerker. We recommend having a box of tissues and a spread of your favorite no-churn ice creams at the ready before you tune in.

If you watch… How to Get Away with Murder

Don’t be surprised to find your jaw clenched throughout this series’ twists and turns. Pretzel pieces in Ree’s brownies add some crunch to help take the edge off.

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Matt Armendariz, Copyright 2015

If you watch… The Mayor

Eat… Star Confetti Cookies
Channel Courtney Rose’s unintentional patriotic spirit with red, white and blue star cookies.

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David Malosh

If you watch… Will & Grace

Eat… Layer Cake

Any fan of this show knows Grace is not afraid to eat and we don’t see that changing for the revival series. Make your weekly viewing an excuse to treat yourself to an indulgent Coconut-Almond Layer Cake with Chocolate Frosting.

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