Your Foodie Horoscope: 12 Recipes Just for Leos
Fiery, popular and commanding of attention—that's Leo for you! And that's exactly what these Leo-inspired recipes bring to the table.
Leos (born July 23 – August 22) are the social butterflies of the zodiac. As such, you bet they’re hosting and attending their fair share of parties. These popular lions might want to brush up on fun and easy party apps like these five-star crispy sriracha spring rolls.
Is it any surprise that Leos prefer food as decadent and regal as they are? Keep it interesting at lunchtime with a meaty salad that’s also packed with a ton of fresh ingredients. And, to reduce Leo’s notorious heart strain, have some plums, pears and oranges around to snack on.
Popular Leo, you’ll want to add recipes that feed a crowd to your baking repertoire. These tasty pistachio bars are simple to make (a bonus for Leos) and serve up to 36 people! That’s just enough for all of your friends.
As a fire sign, you can bet that Leos know how to turn up the heat. Try these spicy shrimp on for size!
Leos are the scene-stealers of the zodiac. They naturally attract others with their winning personalities and hold that attention with their over-the-top presentation (they’re exceptionally snazzy dressers). Leos can do just that with this stunning crepe cake. The sparkler toppers are optional, but a very Leo touch.
Leos are lavish—and what’s more luxe than steak? This high-class main dish gets elevated with a bright green chimichurri sauce that—just like a Leo—stands out in a crowd.
Leos are always looking for a taste of luxury, and this decadent fudge cake fits the bill. The rich cake and creamy white chocolate glaze are guaranteed to steal the show at any dinner table—just like a Leo.
Reminiscent of a fancy coffee shop drink, this caramel mocha is extremely decadent. Heavy cream, Dutch-processed cocoa and caramel syrup make this recipe a lavish treat any Leo will enjoy.
When it comes to going above and beyond, Leo, you do it best. At your next dinner party, you might want to break out a jaw-dropping entree like a crown roast.