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When you’re hosting a girl’s night in, you have a few requirements. There must be awesome guilty-pleasure food, there must be some sort of refreshments (preferably alcoholic), and there has to be an all-around good vibe. Whether you are gathering together for a long overdue meet-up, or respite from your significant other, a girl’s night in is a great way to spend time with the ladies in your life.

There are plenty of activities you can do for a girl’s night in, but no matter what you’re doing, a great soundtrack always helps. Play it during dinner, while you're catching up, or sing along during an impromptu karaoke night. Either way we are sure this soundtrack will be perfect for your night-in!

1. The Kooks – Junk of the Heart (Happy)

2. Aliyah – Girls Night Out

3. Spice Girls – Saturday Night Divas

4. Barry Manilow – Some Girls

5. Girls Night Out – Ladies Night

6. Cyndi Lauper – Girls Just Want to Have Fun

7. Bastille – Pompeii

8. Fun. – We Are Young - feat. Janelle Monáe

9. Of Monsters And Men – Little Talks

10. Lady Gaga – Just Dance

11. Spice Girls – Wannabe - Radio Edit

12. Lorde – Royals

13. Destiny's Child – Survivor

14. B*Witched – C'est La Vie

15. Miley Cyrus – We Can't Stop

16. Swedish House Mafia – Don't You Worry Child (Radio Edit) [feat. John Martin]

17. American Authors – Best Day Of My Life

18. The Royal Concept – On Our Way

19. Fiona Apple – Criminal

20. Alanis Morissette – Ironic

21. TLC – No Scrubs

22. All Saints – Never Ever


23. Katy Perry – Roar

Girls' Night Party Plan

Our recipe for a killer night? Shoo your husband and kids out of the house and invite over the girlfriends who help you hold it together. The key is to exert minimal effort and have maximum fun, so we got tips from a girlfriend-party master. Chick-lit novelist Emily Giffin &mdash author of such best sellers as Heart of the Matter and Something Borrowed &mdash shares how she calms down (hint: you might need some salt and a lime) and kicks back with her closest pals.

1. Don't freak out.

Know who's coming over? Your friends. Know who's not coming? The crazy class mom who freaked out when you neglected to bring vegan cupcakes for your kid's birthday. But if party night rolls around and you're still nervous, have a drink to take the edge off. "I always down a glass of wine &mdash or even a shot of tequila &mdash before my guests arrive," Giffin says.

2. Keep it simple.

Dismiss any thought of a theme it's too much work. Save book club for another time and just enjoy the good company. Your friends will thank you for not having to do assigned reading in order to hang out together.

3. Kill the clutter.

But don't bother lugging out the vacuum. "I toss loose papers and my kids' toys in the oven to get them out of the way," says Giffin. "Just make sure you clear them out after the party so you don't end up roasting the Legos!"

4. Have a soundtrack.

Nothing dampens a party like the sound of a churning dishwasher. Music: so much better. "I make a mix beforehand," says Giffin. "I'll even burn my friends copies to take home." Her top three tunes: "Bad Romance" by Lady Gaga, "Scenario" by A Tribe Called Quest, and "When You Were Mine" by Prince.

5. Fill 'em up.

You've got Gaga and a starter cocktail. Next step: food! It's fine to heat up pigs in a blanket, but if you want to make things easy, stick to cold stuff. Chips and guacamole, pasta salad (turn to page 179 for inspiration), and fruit skewers &mdash buy the fruit pre-cut &mdash are all quick and delish.

6. Simplify the pour.

Why play bartender when you can make a jug of sangria and call it a day? Try Trader Joe's "three-buck Chuck" (three dollars a bottle!), or use boxed wine and hide the evidence. Check out a brilliant sangria recipe at

7. Chat, don't rant.

Your kids aren't there, so don't let them take over the conversation. At a minimum, avoid obsessing about SATs or potty training (ditto real-estate stress or weight issues). Nobody wants to talk test scores or mortgage rates while getting their cocktail on.

That's it! Now look around. Your girlfriends are laughing, somebody's spilling about her husband's muffin-top fetish, and your husband and kids aren't due back from the movies for two whole amazing hours. That's what we call success.

How to Create an Amazing Girl's Night In

With so many of us feeling like we’re constantly on-the-go and living super busy lives, it’s important to schedule time to slow down and focus on yourself. A girl’s night in is a great way to connect with your friends and provide some much-needed time for unwinding without the stress that can be associated with going out. No matter what type of girl’s nights you prefer, these ideas will get you inspired to create your perfect night in.

While we all deserve to be pampered, a spa day for your entire crew can become expensive quickly. Luckily, a spa night at home can be just as fun, and encourage you all to try some new products (or use up ones you’ve been saving for that special night!). Take a moment to set the mood by lighting some candles, turning on an essential oil diffuser, setting up some spa music, and mixing up some refreshing spa water, or steeping some comforting tea. A great face mask is a good go-to, but you can also take this time to let the rest of your body soak up some moisture with a deep conditioning hair mask, nourishing foot mask, or a soothing eye mask. You can also invite your friends to bring their favorite nail polish colors and set up stations for manis and pedis.

Setting a date to move your body can make it that much easier to ensure that you get the physical activity your body needs. Plus, a yoga date can help make it easy to make time to connect with yourself and feel that sense of community without attending a class. Set the mood for your yoga time by dimming the lights and lighting candles, or take your experience outside by setting up space in your backyard or arranging to meet in a local park. There are several free yoga classes available that you can set up to stream depending on your mood, such as Yoga with Adriene, Fightmaster Yoga, DoYogaWithMe, Yoga with Kassandra, and

Craft & Dessert Night

Crafting is a great way to relax as well as let go and allow creativity and inspiration to flow. Plus, it makes the perfect thing to do for a girl’s night in as conversation can flow naturally. One of the easiest ways to set this up is to host a bring your own coloring book night - you can supply the pens and coloring crayons, and encourage everyone to bring an adult coloring book of their own (bonus if the pages tear out as this can make swapping easy!). If you’d like to take things up a notch, a paint night at home is another great idea. Virtual paint nights like those hosted by Yaymaker make it easy to set up at home: all you need is acrylic paint, paintbrushes, and a canvas, and the instructor will guide you through the process live via video. Of course, crafting pairs perfectly with a sweet treat: we recommend picking up our Doughy Delicious Baked Cookies and heating them up for the perfect crafting snack.

Karaoke at Home

A good karaoke night is just plain fun, but if you’re intimidated by singing in front of a group of strangers - or just want to keep things a little casual - you can still enjoy the fun that karaoke presents at home. Of course, if someone in your girl group has a karaoke machine that makes things easy, but you don’t need a professional set-up to get a karaoke party going. Just search for your song choice + karaoke version on YouTube to find a track you can sing along with. Take things up a notch by choosing prizes for certain categories like Best Duet, Best Costume, or Best Dancing Performance.

Games are one of the best ways to have fun with friends - no matter whether you’re into something that’ll bring out the laughs or involve some intense strategizing. Cards Against Humanity is a go-to for any party night, while Jackbox Games allows you to experience similar fun virtually. For strategizers, Settlers of Catan and Ticket to Ride make great options. And if you’d rather work together than compete, opt for a co-op board game like Pandemic or Gloomhaven. And keep in mind that a game night doesn’t have to be traditional board games. Step outside the box with a virtual escape room at home like The Escape Game Virtual Adventure or The Grimm Escape. Or, get some physical gaming options like Super Mario Party or try Just Dance for a dance party at home.

Clothing Swap

Got some clothes in the back of your closet that are in good condition yet you just don’t find yourself wearing? Allow yourself an opportunity to clean out your closet while also refreshing your wardrobe by hosting a clothing swap (jewelry and shoes go to0!) with your girlfriends. An easy way to set this up is to ask everyone to bring at least 3-5 gently used items and organize tables based on size, setting aside an extra table for things that are unsized such as purses and jewelry. Once you’ve all done your shopping, any leftover items can be donated to a local thrift store to ensure that all your previously loved items will get a new home.

Brunching makes for a great girl’s date or girl’s night in - no matter what time of day it is! Plus, by hosting it at home, you can keep things cozy by encouraging everyone to show up in their comfiest pajamas and bring their slippers. Keep things easy by opting for brunch recipes that are baked in the oven - such as frittatas, quiches, or Sheet Pan Pancakes (which would be a treat topped with our Milk n' Cookies Edible Cookie Dough!) Or, make it a potluck and assign everyone a part of brunch, such as coffee, doughnuts, or scones.

Looking for more ways to enjoy your time at home? Check out Our Guide to a Fun Movie Night IN!

Ideas for a great girl's night (or day) out

Girl's Night Out is a perfect opportunity to ditch the never-ending to-do list and just have fun with your gal pals. OMC has compiled a list of possible itineraries you and your fabulous femmes can use to jumpstart the ideas for your own GNO.

We go to powder our noses in pairs. We always get a second opinion on shoes. We spend all of our free airtime minutes dissecting the details of our lives. We swap recipes, babysitters, sweaters, and sometimes guys. We will tell you the truth and support your decisions, but unlike your mothers, you will actually listen to our advice. We are your girlfriends, and we are amongst the most important and rewarding relationships in your life. Isn't it time to celebrate all the fabulous femmes in your life?

Girl's Night Out is a perfect opportunity to ditch the never-ending to-do list and just have fun with your gal pals. The best thing about Girl's Night Out is that it's whatever you make it to be. A GNO is completely customizable, so tailor the female fun to the personalities and desires of your ladies. You can recharge your batteries, re-energize your mood, gripe about work/kids/guys to the unyielding soundboard or choose to forget it all for a night. has compiled a list of possible itineraries you and your fabulous femmes can use to jumpstart the ideas for your own GNO. So gather up your girls and let your hair down. Guaranteed good times are ahead, but this is just a start. Have other suggestions? Let us know using the talkback feature at the bottom of the article.

Party Itineraries: Walker's Point Women
Kick off the party with dinner and margaritas at La Perla (734 S. 5th St.), and someone is bound to ride the pepper. Expel some energy at the dance clubs in the area. Hot Water (818 S. Water St.) features different types of music all week long, and La Cage is good for getting your groove on without risk of groping dudes.

Party Itineraries: Riverwest Ravens
Riverwest is a funky, eclectic neighborhood with plenty of restaurants boasting great atmosphere. Go casual or upscale at Brewers Hill neighbor Roots (1818 N. Hubbard St.), followed by drinks and atmosphere at Club Timbuktu (520 E. Center St.). Cap the night off with drinks and dancing at Mad Planet (533 E. Center St.).

Party Itineraries: Low-key Ladies
K.I.S.S.- Keep it simple, sister! Do it Milwaukee-style with a brewery tour at Lakefront (1872 N. Commerce St.), naturally followed by darts at Wolski's (1836 N. Pulaski St.). Kick back with some great food at Nessun Dorma (2778 N. Weil St.). If you're not ready to call it a night, hit up Landmark Lanes (2220 N. Farwell Ave.) for a couple of frames.

Party Itineraries: Sophisticated Ladies
Want to celebrate a new job or that sweet corner office? Do it up diva-style with martinis at Hotel Metro (411 E. Mason St.), followed by a wine and dine at Bacchus (925 E. Wells St.). Unwind with a cosmo at the top of the Pfister at Blu (424 E. Wisconsin Ave.) while checking out the amazing view.

Party Itineraries: Fine Arts Femmes
Sample a variety of tapas at La Merenda (125 E. National Ave.) before taking in the opera, theater, or concert at the Marcus Center (929 N. Water St.). Discuss the show over a drink at the bar at Eagan's (1030 N. Water St.).

Party Itineraries: Brady St. Betties
Want to see that new indie film? Don't bother with your dude grab some gals for art-house intrigue at the Oriental Theatre (2230 N. Farwell Ave.). Discuss the cinematic nuances over dinner and drinks at Hi Hat (1701 N. Arlington Pl.) and stroll along the shops of Brady St. If you have enough ladies, arrange for a free shopping party at Vieux et Nouveau (1688 N. Franklin St.). Your girls will love you for it.

Party Itineraries: Bay View Babes
Poke around the plucky galleries like Paper Boat Gallery (2367 S. Howell Ave.) and Tip Top Atomic Shop (2343 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.) Gear up on girl power at the feminist bookstore Broad Vocabulary (2241 S. Kinnickinnic Ave.) where you can catch a lecture or peruse the shelves. Share your enlightening experience over the salads and sandwiches at Café Lulu (2265 S. Howell Ave.).

Don't let nighttime commitments cramp your style. Do some gal pal time during the daytime hours.

Girl's Day Out: Lakefront Ladies
Start your Sunday with a delectable champagne brunch at Lake Park Bistro (2133 E. Newberry Blvd.). Take in the latest exhibit at Milwaukee Art Museum (200 N. Art Museum Dr.), and chat over coffee at Alterra at the Lake (1701 N. Lincoln Memorial Dr.). If it's summer, try out your sea legs with a class at the Milwaukee Sailing Center (Veterans Park, McKinley Marina), or visit Villa Terrace Museum (2220 N. Terrace Ave.) for Café Sopra Mare, a relaxing Sunday concert in an Italian courtyard.

Girl's Day Out: Mind, Body, Soul Sistahs!
Drop into a yoga or pilate's class at Yama Yoga (231 E. Buffalo St. Suite 201) followed by an organic brunch at Roots (1818 N. Hubbard St.). Feel like preparing it yourself? Hit up the new Milwaukee Public Market (400 N. Water St.) for a cooking class or demonstration. Outfit your fine form with boutique browsing at the shops and galleries of the Third Ward. Check out Lela (321 N. Broadway), Blush (249 N. Water St.) or Broadway Paper (191 N. Broadway).

Girls' Weekend Easy Appetizer Party

January has become the month for getaway weekends with "the girls"-- my college girlfriends two weeks ago and three of my childhood friends this weekend. For our college friends&apos gathering, we decided that total relaxation was the goal and we wouldn&apost worry about preparing elaborate meals. All of us love to cook and entertain, but this was the time for packing light and heading for this year&aposs destination, Reynolds Plantation, with nothing but our jeans, PJs and spa appointments.

Don&apost get me wrong. Just because we opted out of elaborate meal preparation doesn&apost mean that we did not dine well. Our definition of light packing includes tote bags and coolers filled with bottles of wine and all the makings for a mighty fine appetizer buffet.

  • Here are a few of the recipes on our menu: (photo above) Brie with whole grain crackers Pecans
  • Assortment of crackers, breads, and pretzels

Because our spread was so satisfying (and so plentiful), we only ate out for dinner one night. There&aposs nothing better than sitting in front of the fireplace, savoring an assortment of tasty appetizers, and catching up with your dearest friends. My new motto for the girls&apos weekend menu is &aposKeep it simple, satisfying, and, of course, stylish." Isn&apost that what we all want out of life?

For more ideas for your Girls&apos Weekends, see Girls&apos Night In Movie Night and Martie Knows Parties: Girls&apos Getaway Dinner. We&aposd love to hear about your girls&apos weekend trips!

Taste-test your favorite flavors

There is no better way to show your love and appreciation for your gal pals than by sharing your ice cream with them.

Since there are so many delicious Arctic Buzz flavors to choose from, everyone can bring a flavor to share! Heck, even get a little crazy and mix the flavors together. We won’t judge.

Of course, save a little extra of your favorite flavor for yourself.


Nothing tops a fun and relaxing evening in with your girls better than a sweet treat to send everyone home with a smile. This doesn’t have to be complicated, though. Sure, you can spend time baking something on your own or make a run to the grocery store and grab a pre-packaged box of treats.

But there are better options, ones that practically scream GIRLS NIGHT in their uniqueness and flavor.

Marlei’s Sweets is a fun Brazillian bakery right here in our very own backyard. This Mother-Daughter team offers beautiful cakes, pavlovas and, our personal favorite, the “dessert in a jar”. Daughter Vanessa Bordasch says,

Marlei sweets doesn’t just make your regular dessert. It is a Brazilian way of making desserts with a Portugal inheritance. It is the kind of sweets you want to offer to your best friends and loved ones to cause a BIG impression. Our desserts are made from scratch with our family recipes that were curated over the years through many generations.

And while all of Marlei’s sweets make a perfectly sweet ending to your evening with your best, for a girls’ night I don’t think you can find anything more symbolic than the Martha Rocha cake (in a jar, pictured above), a fun little jarred sweet that is as delicious as it is meaningful.

Martha Rocha was a gorgeous Miss Brazil that was the favorite to Win the Miss Universe pageant in 1954, even among Americans but lost the crown to Miss America because she had 2 extra inches around the hips. It is notorious because she had won the hearts of the people.

In her honor, a Brazilian baker baptized its new incredible cake creation with her name because it’s many layers of goodness got a little tilted. It became one of the favorite cakes in South Brazil and teaches you don’t need to be perfect to be fabulous!

So the next time you’re craving some girl time but don’t want to head out on the town, give a Girl’s Night In a try and if you follow any of our tips, let us know. Share some pictures and tag us. We’d love to see these Girls Nights brighten up our days on social!

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About Meaghan Dawson

Meaghan is an East Coast girl living in this Frisco, Texas world with her husband, three crazy kids and one giant dog. As our Sr. Food & Restaurant Writer, she’s an avid reader, extroverted introvert, and lover of twinkle lights. A few years ago she decided to turn her passion for cooking and sharing life into a blog and has since created a community of like-minded people who love real food and real life over at BeautyfromBurntToast. There she tells stories about her wild and crazy life, some will make you laugh and some will make you cry, but she always hopes to leave you encouraged (and well-fed) at the end of the day.

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10 Movie Options For A Girl’s Night In

With finals coming up and all of your college besties about to scatter to the winds of their home towns, the time is ripe for a great girl’s night in before another year of college comes to a close. So you’ve got your popcorn and snacks, your wine of choice, your favorite yoga pants, but something is missing. That something is the perfect movie, or two or three, to inspire the best “aww” and “OMG” moments of the night. Read on for a few flicks you might want to screen, most of which include the next best combination after peanut butter and chocolate: a plot that spurs your imagination and conversation, a hot guy, and some laughs.

The Princess Bride. So maybe she’s not the most independent and empowering female heroine, but Princess Buttercup’s love story is a timeless classic, and if Westley’s chivalry isn’t enough to win you over there is always the classic performances of Inigo Montoya, Vizzini, and Fezzik (Andre the Giant) to tide you over.

Dirty Dancing. The lift in the infamous dance scene to Time of My Life. Enough said.

Mr. And Mrs. Smith. Nothing like the chemistry between Brad and Angelina to spice up your girls night!

Charlie’s Angels. If you and your girls want to a daily dose of feeling badass and empowered look no further than this flick, especially the recent installment with Lucy Liu, Cameron Diaz, and Drew Barrymore.

Chocolat. No girl’s night moviethon is complete with Johnny Depp, and while there are an array of great Depp movies to chose from, why not stick to a classic? It’s a feel good movie that has all of the elements for a great story, and a great night.

Atonement. If you’re looking for something a little less cheery and a little more on the artistic side, Atonement is your pick. The love story between Ceilia and Robbie is compelling and will tug at every heart string, and the cinematography and glamor factor alone is worth watching for.

Up. Enough said.

The Holiday. If you thought Titanic was the only great love story for Kate Winslet, think again! Also, this movie is shorter so it’s ideal for a girl’s night that doesn’t leave everyone feeling tired and ready to go home and hit the sack. Also, Jack Black is his usual funny self, balanced perfectly by the studly Jude Law.

The Break-Up. Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn at their finest!

Bridesmaids. If you’re hosting a girl’s night this is a go-to, you’ll laugh for days and be reminded of how much you appreciate your (hopefully) healthier friendship!

What do you think?

What do you think of the films on our list? What are your favorite girl’s night movies? Add to our list in the comments section below!

Raspberry Mojito Recipe for Girl’s Night Parties!

I was compensated with some cash-money for this post. But as always – I only write posts if I love the brand, product, and message. I love this Trop50 juice, I love girl’s nights, and I love you…..

Who is ready for a girl’s night?

Um, I’m going to guess that most of you ladies are waving your arms in the air saying, “*I* need a girl’s night, Meagan!! Pick me, pick me!!” And I feel ya – I definitely don’t get to spend enough time with my favorite ladies. Between doing projects on the house, chasing an increasingly clever almost 4 year old, watching my nephews, and oh yeah – running a business from home – well, there’s not a lot of time left for fun! But, I’m hoping to put one together soon, and wanted to share some inspiration.

  • Dressing up. Doesn’t even always have to be fancy. But something more than sweatpants and a ponytail.
  • Fun drinks. When you get girls together, it’s a good time for fun, fruity, pink, sparkly, delish drinks – right? And it’s even better if the drink is low cal – which you can do if you use my new favorite mixer, Trop50.
  • Accessories. You need hot shoes – whether they’re amazingly sweet heels that give you some swagger, flats that make you feel comfortably confident, or your most worn-in flip-flops – you need great gear on your heels. Add on things like sparkly bracelets, glittery clutches, and other baubles, to make things more fun. There’s no rule that says you have to stop playing dress up just because you’re an adult :)
  • Music. You canNOT have a girl’s night without great tunes! My favorite is the Bose speaker from Best Buy that plays music via Bluetooth from my phone. But anything that gets the night movin rocks.
  • Movies. I love having a great “girl” movie playing when I have friends over. Next up on my must-watch list? Steel Magnolias. Can you believe that it was a Christmas gift from my bloggy buddy Dusty from As Mom Sees It, and I still haven’t gotten a chance to watch it? #NeedToMakeTimeASAP

So – let’s get to the “fun drinks” part of the night that I mentioned earlier, shall we? I love to create new party drinks for every event that we throw, but many of those drinks are on the “massive-calorie-grow-your-hips-three-sizes” side of life. Which is no bueno. If you read this site often, you know I’m on a #mommymission to lose some extra baby weight Anyway – on my mission to lose weight, my current goals are just to add an extra 10 minutes of activity per day, and make small changes to my diet each day by swapping out for healthier choices.

I make a lot of different healthy swaps every day – low fat mayo instead of full fat. Whole grain bread instead of white. An apple with cinnamon sprinkled on top, instead of a piece of apple pie. And… I’ve found a really simple swap to make my fruity party drinks better for my waistline! I recently tried the new Trop50 line of juices, – and that’s where my new Raspberry Acai Mojito recipe came from. Check it out:

  • First step – build your Mojito. Add a slice or two of fresh lime to a glass, topped with a few leaves of mint.
  • Next – add ice, to fill the glass about halfway.
  • Then – add another slice of lime, a few more mint leaves, and a fresh raspberry or three.
  • After that – pour equal amounts of clear rum, and TROP50 Raspberry Acai juice over the top of the ice.
  • Last – top with a bit of sugar, and stir until well blended. Drink, smile, and enjoy!

This is the quick ‘n easy way to prepare. If you want to put in a little effort before entertaining, you can make your own mojito syrup to keep handy. Simply add one part sugar to one part water, add about half a lime’s worth of slices, and a few mint leaves, simmer until thick. This works perfect as a simple mojito syrup on it’s own. If you want flavor, you can add fruit before simmering, or use a delish low-calorie juice like TROP50. Can you say, yum??

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Three-O Bubble Vodka Cocktails and Shots Recipes

Blueberry Bubble – recipe by Cheri Loughlin, The Intoxicologist

1-1/2 ounce Three Olives Bubble Vodka

1/2 ounce Hiram Walker Blueberry Passion Schnapps

1/4 ounce Homemade Grenadine

Garnish: Blueberries Skewered

Combine Three-O Bubble Vodka, Blueberry Passion Schnapps and Grenadine in a cocktail shaker with ice. Shake to chill. Strain into a cocktail glass. Top with 1-1/2 ounce Club Soda. Garnish with skewered blueberries.

Blueberry Bubble is quite bubbly delicious with blueberry flavor and candy-like appeal. It is sweet of course, but this parties to the beat of a carefree crowd. Fun, fruity, sporting good fun. Makes a great Girl’s Night Out cocktail with it’s beautiful hue and girlishly fun appeal.

Boo-Berry Bubble – recipe by Cheri Loughlin, The Intoxicologist

1-1/2 ounce Three Olives Bubble Vodka

1/2 ounce Hiram Walker Blueberry Passion Schnapps

1/4 ounce Homemade Grenadine

Place layer of ice in bottom of glass. Add three or four blueberries. Continue layering process until glass is full of layered ice and blueberries. Add liquids to glass in order given leaving the Blue Curacao as last ingredient to pour as the ‘float’ for the ‘Boo-Berry’ effect.

The look of the Boo-Berry Bubble drink reminds me of the Boo-Berry cereal from the days of childhood with the monster on the cereal box. It’s whimsical, playful, fun but don’t choke on the blueberries! The Boo-Berry Bubble drink recipe is perfect for Halloween themed drink recipes with the name, but anytime with ease of preparation and flavor. It is merely a slight variation on the Blueberry Bubble drink recipe above however this one goes long for lasting refreshment since it is built in a tall glass.

Pink Peach Bubble – recipe by Cheri Loughlin, The Intoxicologist

1-1/2 ounce Three Olives Bubble Vodka

1/2 ounce DeKuyper Peachtree Schnapps

1-1/2 ounce Cranberry Juice

Combine first three ingredients in cocktail shaker with ice. Shake to chill. Strain into cocktail glass. Top with 1 ounce Club Soda.

Great combination aroma of bubbly peach! Pink Peach Bubble contains great Bubble flavor with a touch of peach in the background rounding out any hard edges cranberry juice can sometimes leave behind. Beautiful pink color is perfect for Pink themed parties, Girl’s Night Out and Bachelorette parties.

Bubble Delicious – recipe by Cheri Loughlin, The Intoxicologist

1 ounce Three Olives Bubble Vodka

1-1/2 ounce Cranberry Juice

Garnish: Maraschino Cherries

Build in a highball glass over ice. Garnish with maraschino cherries.

Remember the sugary syrup rush of those first few chews of delicious bubble gum before the flavor died away? Bubble Delicious tastes exactly like the first fifteen seconds of fresh bubble gum. This time the flavor lasts through the entire drink. That might roll off a little too sweet for some, but there is a reason there are so many sweet drinks served from cocktail menus (and bubble gum for that matter).

4 Bubble Blow Pop Shots – recipes by Cheri Loughlin, The Intoxicologist

Directions: Combine liquids in cocktail shaker with ice. Shake to chill. Strain into a shot glass. Shoot it or sip it, but taste it just the same. These treats will take you back to the days of childhood candy, but the result is all grown up.

Jolly Apple Bubble Shot

3/4 ounce Three Olives Bubble Vodka

3/4 ounce DeKuyper Sour Apple Pucker

Tastes like an apple flavored Jolly Rancher without the sour.

Mad Melon Bubble Gum Shot

3/4 ounce Three Olives Bubble Vodka

3/4 ounce DeKuyper Mad Melon

A bit like watermelon bubble gum. It makes the mouth water.

Grape Bubble Burst

3/4 ounce Three Olives Bubble Vodka

3/4 ounce Hiram Walker Blueberry Passion Schnapps

Leans a little toward grape flavor with a little edgy kick.

Smart Bubble Shot

3/4 ounce Three Olives Bubble Vodka

3/4 ounce Hiram Walker Pomegranate Schnapps

Smarties candies flavor with small hint of tart at the finish.

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50+ Unique Girls Night Out Ideas in Southeast Michigan

For Adventure:

  • Use your brain and solve a mystery at Think It Out Escape Room, The Great Escape Room, or the Puzzled Escape
  • Gather a group of girlfriends and attend a dinner with the Murder Mystery Co.
  • Float along the Detroit River with some adult bevies with Cycle Boat
  • Pedal your way to local pubs with High Five Pedal Tours, HandleBar Detroit,Detroit Cycle Pub, Capital City Bike-N-Brew or JoyRide Pedal Tours
  • Bowl at Lucky Strike, Punch Bowl Socialor Revel & Roll
  • Cheer on the Detroit Derby Girls, Brighton Roller Dollz, Ann Arbor Derby Dimes or Lansing Derby Vixens
  • Shop, play and stay in downtown Ann Arbor

For Scenery:

  • Tour the amazingly beautiful gardens and homes at Ford House, Meadowbrook Hallor Cranbrook
  • Rent a canoe or kayak in Milford or at Gallup Park
  • Rent bikes with Wheelhouse Detroit and check out the Riverfront
  • Try Stand Up Paddleboarding
  • Try FootGolf at a local course

For Laughs:

  • Enjoy Drag Queen Bingoor catch a drag show at Gigi’s Cabaret
  • Sing your hearts out in a private room at Blue Karaoke
  • Have a drink and learn to play a ukulele at Ardis Music
  • Have a ‘pole party’ at Wonder Women Pole Studio
  • Cheer on pianists and laugh at Duel Dueling Piano Bar
  • Rent the karaoke room at Punch Bowl Social
  • Head to a comedy show at Mark Ridley’s Comedy Castle, Joey’s Comedy Shop, Go! Comedy, Detroit Comedy Undergroundor Ann Arbor Comedy Showcase

For Dancing:

  • Learn to country line dance at either Coyote Joesor at Tequila Cowboy
  • Dance to Motown hits on a Detroit Princess Cruise
  • Visit Stayin’ Alive and boogie to hits from the 1970’s-1990’s
  • Dance it out at Luna
  • Rock out one of metro Detroit’s favorite bands – the Killer Flamingos or the Mega 80’s for a fun concert
  • Take a free salsa lesson on Fridays and Saturdays at Vicente’s Cuban Cuisine

For The Love of Art:

  • Try Painting With A Twist
  • Visit Paint & Pour
  • Host a crafty party at Whimsy & Wine
  • Invite friends to a paint party at Painting Sensations
  • Make a rustic-inspired custom sign at The Barn
  • Create a painted sign at 141 Design Company
  • Paint a masterpiece at Pips Painting Pub
  • Make a Pewabic tile at a hands-on workshop

For Foodie Fun:

  • Take a Strolling Brunch Tour tour with Feet on the Streets and sample various foods
  • Enjoy a Royal Tea at the Royal Park Hotel
  • Attend a wine tasting at Fieldstone Wineryor Howell Main Street Winery
  • Grab some wine and a charcuterie board at The Royce
  • Grab a DD and hit up as many breweries as you can along the Grand River Beer Trail
  • Enjoy a literature and speakeasy-inspired bevy at The Last Word
  • Visit El Topo for Latin street food and margaritas, then check out the vending machine in the back for a door to open to a speakeasy
  • Take a baking class at Zingerman’s Bakehouse
  • Sign up for a cooking class at Mirepoix Cooking Schoolor Sur La Table

For Culture:

  • Visit the Detroit Institute of Arts and then visit Good Girls Go To Paris Crepes
  • Pack up the gang for a Wild Women of Detroit History bus tour
  • Visit Greektown for some flaming saganaki
  • Grab a drink and listen to live jazz at Cliff Bell’s or Baker’s Keyboard Lounge
  • Learn together at The Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village
  • See an indie flick at the Michigan Theater
  • Visit The Dio for dining and entertainment in Pinckney
  • Check out a professional production at The Purple Rose Theatre
  • Watch a performance at the Flint Institute of Music
  • See a show at The Whiting and then taste delicious noms at Table & Tap and/or Cork on Saginaw

Where are your favorite spots to go for a girl’s night out? Drop me a comment or message and I will add your suggestions!

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