Here in America, Après-ski is a term broadly used to describe just about anything having to do with skiing. French in origin, Après-ski is used around the world more as a term to refer to the post-ski style; that is, the going out, dancing, socializing and having a drink with friends after a day on the slopes.
With this winter theme party, we're using the term Après-ski the way the rest of the world does!
Whether you truly hit the slopes with friends and cap off the day with a fun Après-ski party, or you're just looking for a fun and seasonally themed party idea to stage at home, these ideas will delight.
The Après-ski menu is most important and Emily DiRienzo shares a simple selection of classic ski sides that will both warm and satisfy any guest. Ease back and enjoy, then finish off the night by the fire with friends and sip a sweet Snow Cap cocktail.
Start off your Apres ski party with a light salad. Emily's mountain berry recipe is sweet, savory, juicy, crunchy and fresh. With such an assorted ingredient list it's an unexpected side your party guests will enjoy and appreciate for its full flavor. Read More
Once you've got the fresh flavor of the salad in your guests' tummies, it's time for potato and cauliflower tartiflette. Creamy, but with a crisp bite thanks to bacon bits, this modern take on a classic Apres ski dish is the ultimate way to indulge after a day in the cold. Read More
The second part of your party menu must be sweet, and no Apres ski party is complete without fondue. Emily's got the recipe for the simplest and tastiest chocolate fondue we've come across. Read More
Add some flair to your party without adding more work to your plate with these printable toppers for fondue sticks. They're also great for tagging cocktail glasses with, using as place setting holders and dressing up other menu items. Print and download for free right here! Read More
Dessert is more than just fondue - Emily's concocted a snow cap candy cocktail your friends will love. Read More