Best Supporting Snacks

Take movie snacks to the next level with Food Network's recipes that'll have you satisfied until the credits roll.

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Theater-Style Buttered Popcorn

Use real clarified butter to make popcorn that will transport you to your favorite move theater seat.

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Pepped Up Popcorn

For a new spin on the most classic movie snack there is, try Food Network Magazine's popcorn three ways: Cheesy, Sweet and Spicy, and Rocky Road.

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Almost-Famous Soft Pretzels

This concession stand favorite is even better baked fresh at home.

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Nominee Nachos

Turn nachos into a fancy appetizer by topping chips with chopped mushrooms and a drizzle of truffle oil.

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Balloon Bouquet

Crave sugar at the cinema? Dress up jelly beans by threading onto long wooden skewers and tying into a bouquet with shoestring licorice.

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Broomsticks and Wands

Channel movie-favorite Harry Potter and make easy-to-eat breadsticks into fun shapes using refrigerated dough.

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Spaghetti-and-Meatball Skewers

Who knew you could eat spaghetti and meatballs on a stick? Make this deep-fried bite a movie night treat.

Get the Recipe: Meatball and Spaghetti Skewers

Romulan Ale

In place of those elecric blue slushies you sip at the movies, make this kicked-up cocktail with seltzer, lemon-lime soda and fresh blueberries.

Get the Recipe: Romulan Ale

Homemade Candy Bars with Chunks of Cookies and Caramels

Damaris Phillips makes her own chocolate candy bars with dark chocolate chips, speculoos cookies and caramel. A sprinkle of sea salt completes the candy that won't be too sweet to snack on. 

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Corn-Industry Fritters

Sick of popcorn? Make a bowl of these tasty corn fritters to snack on during a flick.

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French Toasts

For a classy foreign film night, spread duck pâté on warm baguette rounds; top with sliced brie and fresh tarragon and sprinkle with pepper.

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Cafeteria Sloppy Joes

To feed a crowd for movie night, make a big batch of old-school sloppy joes. Just make sure napkins are on hand!

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Spicy Soup with Cheese Moons

For a cozy movie night, season your favorite tomato soup with red pepper flakes and warm through. Cut several slices each of white bread and cheddar cheese into moon shapes. Top the bread with the cheese and broil until bubbly.

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Concession-Stand Cupcakes

You love cupcakes. You love candy. Why not put 'em together?

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Wonton Envelopes

And the award goes to? Most delicious edible envelopes.

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Caramel Corn

Make your own stovetop caramel sauce and toss with popcorn for a sweet and sticky treat.

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British Meat Pies

Easy to eat sans utensils, meat pies are an ideal movie-watching snack.

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Bollywood Fries

Get inspired by a movie capital on the other side of the world. Toss ground cumin, garlic powder and onion powder with fries.

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Sweet and Salty Popcorn Mix

Popcorn, peanuts and wasabi peas pack this popcorn bucket.

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Beef Sliders with Horseradish Cream

Top beef sliders with horseradish cream and crispy onion rings for a creamy and crunchy bite.

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Alley Fries with Balsamic Glaze

Top homemade french fries with syrupy balsamic glaze instead of basic ketchup.

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Golden Curry Popcorn

Curry powder is the secret kick to this popcorn.

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Butternut Squash Crostini

Spoon cooked squash onto baguette slices and top with fried pancetta and sage.

Get the Recipe: Butternut Squash Crostini

Coconut Cupcakes

Ina Garten uses a standard ice cream scoop to fill her cupcake tins to ensure the exact same size of cake every time. Use almond extract and vanilla extract in the frosting to mirror the flavors in the cake batter.

Get the Recipe: Coconut Cupcakes

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