If you’re like me and have been hosting your girlfriends every Monday night at 8 p.m. to watch Joey Grazadei’s season of The Bachelor, giggling along to the cheesy reality T.V. drama and jaws dropping at Maria’s shocking elimination after hometowns. On Monday March 25, Joey’s internet buzz-worthy season will be coming to an end. And if it’s as “unexpected” and “dramatic” as host Jesse Palmer says it is, you and your besties are going to need some good snacks.

Pizza Roses

The rose is an iconic part of The Bachelor, the deciding factor of who gets to stay and keep dating Joey, and who leaves. But what’s better is a rose you can eat. Cut some pie crust into strips and then top with tomato sauce, cheese, and any other desired toppings. Then, roll them up and pull some of the edges out like the petals of a rose. Put each rose in a cupcake tin and bake them at 350 for 30 to 35 minutes.

Poutine Fries

When The Bachelor traveled to Montreal, one of the group dates was a build-your-own poutine bar, hosted by Canadian celebrity chef Chuck Hughes. Jenn decides to make a ridiculous poutine concoction, adding pineapple, chocolate sauce, and sriracha to the cheese curds and gravy. She certainly got Joey’s attention on this date. Nevertheless, poutine is the perfect grub food to chow down in anticipation of the final rose.

Charcuterie Board

There’s no sense in breaking from the classics. A good charcuterie board is perfect for a long night of grazing, since the finale will run from eight to 11 p.m. EST. Assemble your favorite cheeses, fruits, and crackers on a board. To add a spin for The Bachelor, take your desired cured meats and fold them around the edges of a wine glass. Flip the glass upside down onto your board, and you’ll be left with a perfect rose!

Raspberry Rosé Bellini

This refreshing cocktail is what I would be drinking if I was on The Bachelor traveling the world in luxury. Add raspberry sorbet to a glass, and top it with sparkling rosé. Serve this in champagne flutes to imitate Joey’s post-rose ceremony toast.

“Tennis” Oreos

Joey is no tennis professional the way that the show sometimes boasts him as, but he did play in college at West Chester University and gave tennis lessons in Hawaii post-grad. For an ode to Joey’s career outside of The Bachelor, melt white chocolate and mix in yellow and/or bright green food coloring. Impale some Oreos with a stick and dip them in the chocolate, then refrigerate for 30 to 40 minutes. Finally, take some white icing and pipe two lines to imitate a tennis ball.