Whether it’s with your best girlfriends or just your amazing self in need of some ‘me’ time- Girls Night IN is a necessity. In fact, it’s mandatory.
We’re sharing our favorite chick flicks paired with our creamy, dreamy dips for your next evening in with your squad.
Apothic Red Blend Wine
A good face mask- we recommend: Wishful Thirst Trap by HudaBeauty
Baba’s Dips and Pita Bread
Your Chick Flick Pick
The Plastics. Regina George. Burn Book. That’s so fetch. Need I say more? This cult classic never gets old.
Oh and on Wednesday’s, we wear pink.
Baba’s Pairing: Zesty Za’atar Hummus
AS IF this wouldn’t be on our list?! Alicia Silverstone is a pop culture icon after starring as Cher, a spoiled, rich teenager from Beverly Hills with an incredible wardrobe and affinity for match making. This coming of age story follows Cher on her journey to love- who happens to be her stepbrother. Ew.
Baba’s Pairing: Roasted Red Pepper Hummus
Annie, a thirty-something year old, is trying to figure out her life while being her bestie’s bridesmaid. But when competition between Annie and the maid of honor gets heated, things get pretty shitty. Literally.
This one will have you rolling on the floor laughing. Once you get to the bridal dress scene, you’ll know what we mean.
Baba’s Pairing: Spicylicous Sriracha Hummus
Grab a box of tissues with your wine and hummus- you’ll need it. Adapted from a Nicolas Sparks novel, The Notebook is a tale of time following the passionate love story between Allie and Noah.
*If you’re a bird, I’m a bird*
Baba’s Pairing: Creamy, Dreamy Traditional Hummus
Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion
Another true cult classic. Romy and Michelle are the definition of ride or die besties. And we’re here for it.
The two inseparable friends concoct an elaborate lie to glamorize their rather ‘normal’ lives for their 10-year high school reunion by claiming they reinvented the post-it-notes. Let’s just say it gets real sticky.
Baba’s Pairing: Mediterranean Salsasita
What is your favorite chick flick of all time? And which Baba’s dip would you pair it with? Comment below!