Have you all heard about the new Spice Girls musical, Viva Forever, that’s making its way to London’s West End? The Spice Girls are back to bring girl power to a new generation of music lovers, and what better way to celebrate than with a few recipes fitting of a celebration such as this? It’s time to pop in your Spiceworld VHS and relive your favorite scenes from the alien visit in the forest to the claymation double-decker bus jumping the Tower Bridge. Pick your favorite Spice Girl and zig-a-zig-ah through our favorite Spice Girl-inspired recipes from our friends over at FaveHealthyRecipes.com!
Baby Spice was known for her innocent ways, her love of lollipops, and her signature pigtails and platform boots. As such, it’s only fitting that she’d have the sweetest and most playful recipes of the bunch.
Ginger Spice was the sassy one, the one who had a witty quip for every situation. Her fiery personality was only topped by her flaming red hair and her infamous Union Jack dress. With a nickname like Ginger, however, how could we choose any other recipes?
Posh Spice was always an interesting character. She seemingly never smiled and demanded the finer things in life, all the way down to her little black dress. She was always neat and polished and never wanted to get her hands dirty (making this Little Black Dress Apron from our friends over at FaveCrafts.com the perfect fit!). It’s only fitting then that we include some of our more exquisite dining options.
Scary Spice was a bit harder than most to get a good grasp on. She was wilder, untamed even, and seemed game to try just about anything whether it involved bizarre-looking horns on her head or crazy outfits. It’s only fitting then that the most eclectic recipes are paired with her.
Sporty Spice was the down-to-earth, yet super-energetic member of the group. She owned more pairs of workout pants than Sue Sylvester and could pump up a crowd better than anyone. Mel C. fans would not be surprised to find recipes that are designed to keep you moving all day long.
So now that you’ve got your menu sorted out, it’s time to spice up your life and relive the magic of the 90’s.
Leave us a note in the comments! Who was your favorite Spice Girl?
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