Not all types of food play well at sex parties. Some are can be downright sabotage to the hot fun you’re trying to make happen. Let’s chat about the good & bad so you can make the best choices for your party.
When we host parties, we often imagine how the night will go. Sometimes we can veer off into our fantasy world & think of what we want. It is fun imagining & being creative, but the best parties happen when we stay true to what our guests want. Please don’t complicate things more than they need to be. You can stress yourself out with a crazy workload that others might not even appreciate.
If your guests prefer a pizza party, give them a pizza party. If they want something more interesting, we have some suggestions below. Going with the flow will make them happy & help you more smoothly move the party along to the sexy fun. Be open to ordering prepared food to make your life easy and give your guests what they like. Be wise & don’t battle yourself.
We want to help everyone in a sexy state of mind. So skip the spicy, smelly, or messy food items. It is hard to flirt with someone when you have sloppy food like spare ribs that might spill or drip on you while eating it. Hopefully, there will be some kissing, and we want everyone to have good breath, so pass on the garlic bread. Hopefully, there will be some naughty touching, so skip the spicy finger foods, which can burn our sensitive under-bits if someone doesn’t carefully wash their fingertips after eating.
Here are some problematic ingredients.
- Onions or garlic for lousy breath issues.
- Asparagus can make things smell funky down below.
- Cayenne can burn if dirty fingers touch our naughty bits.
- Curry can be a bit overpowering.
- Beans can be gassy.
- Carbonated drinks can cause burps.
- Butter popcorn or potato chips can be too greasy.
- Shellfish can be lovely if eaten immediately or cause illness if they linger too long on the buffet table.
Some of your guests will probably not closely know everyone. Even if they know each other, they will still want to flirt & reinforce those sexy connections. So we want to make it easy for others to socialize as much as possible. This is why swinger house parties tend to be more informal finger foods that can be quickly eaten instead of a formal sit-down dinner.
If you go with catered options, pick foods that don’t need to be sliced. You might not have enough room for everyone to sit down at a table to cut their food. Even if you do, having things pre-sliced makes it easier to serve, eat and focus on flirting. Foods that can be eaten with only two fingers are usually in much more demand.
Think about how & where you are going to entertain people. If your kitchen isn’t big, you might want to move the cooking outdoor to the grill. This will keep the mess out of the kitchen and let it be more of a serving station.
Also, moving the cooking outdoors will keep any smoke or heat outside, which can help people feel more comfortable in your place.
Stick with the tested recipes that you know are winners. You don’t want to deal with any curveballs that might stress you out. Remember, you are hosting a swinger party and not a cooking party.
Everyone’s focus is on sexy times. The food should not be the main attraction. The swinging connection is the #1 priority.
It is not easy hosting a swinger party, so make it as less complicated as you can. Prepare as much as you can in advance. For some reason, the earth spins faster than it ever has when you are behind schedule prepping for the party. There is never enough time when you need it.
Better yet, outsource it.
You can buy prepared food from your grocery store or a local restaurant that has a catering menu. You can save money and reduce stress by asking guests to bring a dish.
If you ask guests to bring a dish, you might want to provide a suggested list of menu choices. Politely ask that the dish be ready to serve upon arrival; you might not have enough oven space or time to cook the dishes.
If people bring dishes, make sure to clean them during the party so they can take them home the same night. You don’t want to have to deal with returning platters to your guests for the next two weeks.
It takes a few seconds to ask and can save you so much stress. Besides, guests with allergies will greatly appreciate your concern for them.
The bigger the party, the more things can get crazy & lost in the shuffle. Silverware can be accidentally scraped into the garbage can.
Glasses can be knocked over and broken.
Tablecloths can be stained with spills.
Save your best stuff and buy some disposables. It will make it much easier to clean up and let you enjoy the night without worrying about your nice stuff.
People will probably be naked, and body fluids might be flying around. Keep the food safe & protected from all of that. Remind your guests that they should wear clothes in the kitchen and not play in it. You don’t want someone’s body to land in the dip bowl.
- Chicken Skewers – Easy to make & eat. Can do a few different flavors.
- Bite-Size Sandwiches – Mini BLTs are a fan favorite & don’t need oven space.
- Nachos – Build your own nacho station, simple comfort food.
- Meatballs – So many varieties and easy to eat.
- Pretzel Bites – Easy snack without the grease of potato chips.
- Pigs in a Blanket – Classic fan favorite or replace with fig & cream cheese to make it vegetarian.
- Deviled Eggs – Classic fancy appetizer.
- Shrimp Cocktail – Make sure to keep on ice or grill them on skewers.
- Avocado Toast Bites – Spread some fresh avocado over those toast bits.
- Baked Chicken Wings – Go with classic salt & pepper to avoid a messy sauce situation.
- Mini Cornbread Muffins – Comfort food that always satisfies.
- Mozzarella Sticks – Can be a bit greasy, but they always sell out.
- Mac & Cheese Bites – You can use prepared ones to save time and still make guests happy.
- Mini 7 Layer Dip Cups – Make the seven-layer dip but use individual clear plastic cups.
- Mini Corn Dogs – Not fancy, but an excellent opener for blowjob jokes.
- Mini-Burger Sliders – Looks cute, tastes great, & easy to eat.
- Chicken (or Pork) Pot Stickers – Tasty Asian treats.
- Mini Bacon Quiche – Bite-size & tasty, use your mini cupcake trays for this.
- Greek Tartlets – Phylo cups filled with feta cheese & whatever sparks your fancy.
- Steak Crostini – Tasty two-biter that always impresses.
- Cucumber sandwiches – A classic from those English tea parties.
- Grilled Tuna Kebabs – Seafood twist for the skewers.
- Mini Crab Cakes – Fancier version of meatballs.
- Mushroom & Parmesan Palmiers – Fancy-looking elephant ears provide a wow factor.
- Pinwheel Sandwiches – Take some wrap sandwiches, slice them up & stick some fancy toothpicks in them.
- Bacon-Wrapped Dates – Stuff them with cream cheese & enjoy the flavor explosion.
- Bruschetta – Go light on the garlic.
- Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce – Enjoy this favorite from Thailand.
- Sushi – Make sure to place the tray atop ice to keep it fresh.
- Fresh Oysters – Great on the half shell. YouTube can show you how.
- Lasagna Cups – Repurpose your cupcake tray to make these bite-size pasta bits.
- Bacon-Wrapped Scallops – Great option for the grill or the oven.
- Mini Stuffed Mushrooms – Fill button mushroom caps for a bite-size treat.
- Lamb Skewers – Interesting twist for your culinary-minded friends.
- Crab Rangoon – Cream cheese-filled wontons.
- Veggie Tray – Classic healthy finger food.
- Fruit Tray – Cut fruit is a great way to eat healthy & also recharge in between play rounds.
- Cheese & Cracker Tray – Classic option, but remember to pre-slice the cheese for easier serving.
- Snow Pea Wreath – Surround a dip bowl with snow peas & tomatoes looks like a wreath.
- Tri-Color Tortellini Salad – Filling pasta dish you can make in advance.
- Grilled Vegetable Tray – Eggplant, squash, mushrooms, and more can work.
- Roasted Cauliflower Bites – Vegan treat you can sprinkle with different spices.
- Caprese Salad Kabobs – Vegetarian treat that looks good, tastes better.
- Whipped Avocado Crostini – Impressive vegan option.
- Fig & Ricotta Canapés – A pretty vegetarian option.
- Spanakopita Triangles – Greek treat of spinach stuffed phyllo.
- Polenta Triangles – Top these vegan treats with whatever you like.
- Hummus & Pita Crackers – Make your own hummus and go easy on the garlic.
- Mini Vegan Summer Rolls – Stuff with your favorite julienne veggies.
- Baked Sweet Potato Fries – Looks good & skips the grease.
- Grilled Brussel Sprout Skewers – Because we love to skewer everything.
- Cannolis – Italian pastry treat with ricotta cheese. Bite-size is better.
- Strawberry Cheesecake Bites – Strawberries stuffed with cream cheese filling.
- Mini Cupcakes – Better than the full-size ones, which might be too big, remember bite-size is easier.
- Cookie Tray – Simple, easy & sweet.
- Mini Cookie Sandwiches – Stick some cake frosting or ice cream between the mini cookies.
- Nutella Cups – Smoosh the cookie batter into cupcake trays to form cups that can be filled with Nutella mousse.
- Cream Puffs – Perfect bite-size dessert treat.
- Meringues – So many flavors, colors, and shapes you can explore.
- Mini Baklava – Buy the phyllo cups and stuff with a Greek baklava mixture.
- Jello Shots – Go light on the alcohol to help it set & avoid people getting drunk.
- Mini Smores – Make these campfire classics in the oven and dip in chocolate.
- Brownie Bites – Who doesn’t love a tasty bit of chocolate?
- Chocolate Truffles – Surprisingly easy treat to make at home.
- Rugelach – Tasty Jewish bakery treats that are perfect in bite-size portions.
- Cake Pops – Looks fantastic and tastes good too.
- Mini Lemon Meringue Pies – If you want to impress guests or have an excuse to use a blowtorch.
- Banana Split on a Stick – Fruit skewers dipped in chocolate, don’t forget a nice chilled fruit tray.
- Box of Chocolates – Save yourself work and grab one of those fancy chocolate boxes.
- Margarita Tarlets – A gourmet twist on a favorite party drink.
- Petit Fours – Again, save your energy and pick up these sweet treats at a local bakery.
- Mini Eclairs – Many supermarkets sell these in the frozen food section.
- Donut Bites – Swing by your favorite donut shop and grab a selection.
Wicked Guide to Hosting Sex Parties
- Start Hosting Your Own Sex Parties
- Where to Host Sex Parties?
- Navigating Your Invite List
- Changing Vanilla Spaces Into Sexy Ones
- Design Tips For Sex Party Spaces
- Crafting Your Sex Party Rules
- Top Pitfalls of Accepting Cash
- How To Feed Your Guests
- Choosing The Best Party Theme
- Games for Entertaining Swingers
- Tips From Veteran Sex Party Hosts
We hope you enjoyed reading this hosting guide! Remember, there is no single right way to host a great sex party. Be smart and adapt these things to fit your party & preferences best.