Fun Summer Treats For Your Casino Party

Summer is a fun and exciting time in Pittsburgh, with the warm weather bringing people out of their homes and looking for fun ways to spend their summer evenings. If you are planning a summer Casino Party, there are a number of ways to take advantage of the seasonal favorites that summer offers and incorporate them into your Casino Party.

Fun Raspberry Pops

For this one, you can buy molds shaped squares and dot them with icing to resemble dice, that will complement your Casino Party theme:

4 c. raspberries, fresh or frozen
4 tablespoons of honey

Puree the raspberries in a blender and strain to remove seeds. Stir in the honey and pour the mixture into the molds. Insert an ice pop stick in, plastic ones work best and are decorative as well.

Flavored Ice Cubes

No Casino Party is complete without drinks! Whether you are adding flavor to a non-alcoholic drink or are looking to boost cocktails with a burst of flavor, you can freeze juices in silicone trays shaped like the card suits. For the most dramatic effect, use darker colored juice cubes, such as cranberry or grape in lighter colored drinks.

Cut Fruit

Summer and fruits go hand in hand, and you can take advantage of this with a Casino Party twist! Simply find mini cookie cutters available in the shapes of hearts, squares, and diamonds, or look for ones in the shape of card suits. Then slice your fruit, making sure to slice it large enough to accommodate cutting small shapes of fruit.

Lemon Berry Slushie

Give your Casino Party guests a fun frozen drink:

1 cup frozen strawberries, thawed, with juice
1/3 c. lemon juice
1 c. water
1/4 c. sugar
1 tray of ice cubes
Blend the above ingredients in a blender until they are of a slushy consistently. Then serve!

Contact Casino Unlimited today to book your Pittsburgh Casino Party, or for more fun ideas to enhance your Casino Party. We have decades of experience helping people organize and throw successful Casino Parties in and around the Pittsburgh area, and we look forward to helping with yours!


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