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You really need to see all of these mouthwatering recipes to celebrate Mardi Gras! Each one is full of flavor and will make you hungry. If you are hosting a Mardi Gras party or are just going to one and want to bring some food, then you are in luck! The colors that represent Mardi Gras are yellow, purple, and green. All of these meals will be a great addition to your party food.
Yummy Recipes To Celebrate Mardi Gras
There is nothing more fun than getting with family and friends and sharing a delicious meal together. The party will be even more fun with these tasty treats.
Mardi Gras Dipped Pretzel Rods by Living Life As Moms
Add some gorgeous traditional Mardi Gras colors to your food table! So pretty and creative!
Springtime Beignets by Jolene’s Recipe Journal
Springtime Beignets may look difficult to make, but they are super easy! Plus, they taste heavenly!
Mardi Gras Snack Mix by Family Fresh Meals
Having a snack mix handy for guests to grab is always sure to be a hit. They can eat a handful here and there while waiting for the main course.
Slow Cooker Jambalaya by Simply Recipes
Slow cooker jambalaya is jam-packed with tons of flavor! This traditional dish is perfect for a Mardi Gras themed party.
Chicken And Andouille Sausage Gumbo by Mooshu Jenne
Holy cow! This chicken and andouille sausage gumbo is out of this world amazing! Don’t take my word for it, try it for yourself.
Shrimp Po’Boys with Creole Remoulade Sauce by Living Sweet Moments
My mouth is watering just thinking about one of these hearty shrimp Po’Boys sandwiches. Yum!
Mardi Gras Dirty Rice With Red Beans by Kitchen Simmer
Just the right amount of spice in this dirty rice with red beans dish. It’s impossible to not go back for seconds.
Shrimp And Grits by The Speckled Palate
Grits and shrimp are a match made to be together forever. It’s creamy, flavorful and simple to make.
Mardi Gras Muffuletta by Striped Spatula
If you haven’t tried this Mardi Gras Muffuletta, then no more waiting! This easy recipe is just begging for you to taste it.
Mardi Gras Chocolate Dipped Cookies by Whisky N Sunshine
You can’t have a party without some dessert! These chocolate dipped cookies fit the bill too.
Mardi Gras Cake by Beth Cakes
Yummy! Cake! This isn’t your ordinary cake, because it’s filled with extraordinary colors that fit the Mardi Gras theme.
Mardi Gras Fleur De Lis Spritz Cookies by Bake Love Give
These Fleur De Lis Spritz Cookies taste even more amazing than they look.
Traditional Mardi Gras King Cake by Brown Eyed Baker
This cake has cinnamon, sugar and a buttery flavor that is a home run! You have to try this one!
Mardi Gras Cupcakes by Mooshu Jenne
Is it even a party if there aren’t at least some cupcakes? These gorgeous beauties will fit right into your next Mardi Gras themed party.
Gluten-Free Mini King Cakes by Hunny Im Home DIY
These mini cakes are too tempting to eat just one. It’s okay to indulge though. ;)
New Orleans Hurricane Drink by Foodie Misadventures
Get a little tipsy with this yummy Hurricane drink. Rum, passion fruit juice, and a few other ingredients are all you need to make this terrific drink.
King’s Cup Cocktail by Baked Bree
Honestly, this drink is so good, I would probably go ahead and make one so you can drink it while you plan the party.
Mardi Gras Smoothies (alcohol optional) by Living Well Kitchen
These smoothies can alcohol or not, which is great if you are planning to have kids or people who don’t drink at the party. Flavorful and fun!
Mardi Gras Lime Swamp Punch Mocktails by Jam Hands
Swamp lime punch will bring a smile to everyone’s faces when they see it!
Cajun Bloody Mary by Ezra Poundcake
You haven’t lived until you have sipped on a Cajun Bloody Mary! Yum!
Sorry, I know you’re probably starving now that you have seen all these amazing recipes to celebrate Mardi Gras! You should make several to try out.