If you’re planning to celebrate the 65th Annual Grammy Awards with friends this Sunday, February 5, make your awards show watch party so much yummier with these themed Grammys snack and drink ideas based on your favorite artist. Enjoy all the fabulous performances from the likes of Lizzo, Harry Styles, Bad Bunny, and more as you sip cocktails/mocktails and root for your fave artists.

Check out these note-worthy treats that are all inspired by the biggest and best musicians in the mainstream music scene. Make sure to catch comedian Trevor Noah host the Grammys this Sunday from 8 to 11:30 p.m. EST only on CBS and streaming on Paramount+.

For Adele Fans: Wine Jello Shots

Sarah Silbiger

The “Easy On Me” singer is nominated not only for the heart-wrenching, chart-topping track, but she is also in the running for Album of the Year with 30. This snack idea is inspired by Adele’s standout song and corresponding music video for “I Drink Wine,” exploring the personal journey of and following her divorce. Certainly, jello shots are always a good idea, but these ones are *classy*.

For Taylor Swift Fans: “All Too Well” Apple Pie Dip

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Taylor Swift is up for several awards, including Song Of The Year with “All Too Well (10 Minute Version) (The Short Film).” In the spirit of a quiet autumn-inspired treat, look no further than this apple pie dip. It’ll transport you right back to perfect fall days with PSLs in hand and a cardigan on, of course.

For Kendrick Lamar Fans: Cereal & Milk Bars

Dylan Barth

It’s a little-known fact that Kendrick Lamar is a huge cereal fan, even a “connoisseur,” according to First We Feast. To celebrate his major success and nominations for his album Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers, why not make a treat that is unabashedly Kendrick? These bars are easy to make and can be enjoyed as dessert and as breakfast the next morning.

For Bad Bunny Fans: A Moscow Mule

Delfina Barbiero

Bad Bunny, aka, the most streamed global artist on Spotify for three years running, is up for Album Of The Year, Best Música Urbana Album, and Best Pop Solo Performance. With a nomination for hit “Moscow Mule,” it only makes sense you have the ginger beer beverage flowing all night. Try out these fun alternatives, too.

For Doja Cat Fans: Freeze-Dried Candy

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If you’re in the sweets scene, you know that freeze-dried candy is all the rage right now. It’s also the perfect space-themed candy to blast you off to Doja Cat’s Planet Her. Album single “Woman” is nominated for Record Of The Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, and Best Music Video, while her track “Vegas” is up for Best Rap Performance. Plus, these colorful candies fit the color scheme of Post Malone and Doja’s nominated pop duo “I Like You (A Happier Song)” music video.

For Beyoncé Fans: “Heated” Salsa

Sarah Choi

Beyoncé is up for nine awards with her latest album Renaissance, which could lead to her breaking a Grammys record on award night should she win just four of these categories. Inspired by her track “HEATED,” here is a spicy, easy-to-make corn salsa your friends will love and definitely keep coming back to. Serve with tortilla chips and you are set for a “COZY” night.

For Lizzo Fans: Heart-Shaped Trader Joe’s Snacks

It's ideal timing that the Grammys and Valentine’s Day are both happening in February. Across Lizzo’s nominated album Special and her single “About Damn Time,” she shares themes of self-love. Grab your favorite heart-shaped snacks from Trader Joe’s or your local grocery store to say “I Love You Bitch” to your friends and celebrate your fave singer.

For Steve Lacy Fans: “Bad Habit” Biscuits

Emma Spoldi

Steve Lacy is up for Record Of The Year, Song Of The Year, Best Pop Solo Performance, and Best Progressive R&B Album at this year’s Grammy Awards. His catchy, smooth single “Bad Habit” may make you crave biscuits and gravy, but we will do you one better with these easy pesto cheese bombs. With a little help from prepared biscuit dough, your friends will think you spent hours in the kitchen when in reality, you needed less than 30 minutes to make this recipe come to life.

For GAYLE Fans: Alphabet Gummies

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Nashville-based singer-songwriter GAYLE took the world by storm with her breakout single “abcdefu” and is now up for Song Of The Year. You can commemorate the track with Haribo’s Alphabet gummies available at Walmart and on Amazon. Plus, this isn’t the only GAYLE song featuring letters. Her track “z” is also a vocal feat examining the habits of Gen Z, which was recently remixed with UPSAHL and Blu DeTiger. You just might catch the singer opening for Taylor Swift on the 2023 Eras Tour.

For Harry Styles Fans: Harry’s House Fried Rice

Michael Chlumecky

Music For A Sushi Restaurant” is a fabulous track from Harry Styles’ latest LP Harry’s House, but making sushi for a party might not be in your budget or skill set. Instead, you can take his song lyrics to heart and make fried rice. You’ll definitely want to have a full stomach of this restaurant-quality dish to focus on Harry’s live performance and his six nomination categories including Record Of The Year, Album Of The Year, and Song Of The Year.

For Turnstile Fans: “Blackout”-Berry Lemonade

Phoebe Melnick

Your rock and metal-loving friends will definitely be celebrating the nominations of “Holiday” and “Blackout” by the breakout hardcore outfit Turnstile. Their most recent studio album Glow On launched them to widespread acclaim as they appeared on several late-night shows, played myriad sold-out headline shows, and will soon be opening for blink-182 on their arena tour. Celebrate their noms and hopeful wins with this blackberry lemonade mocktail.