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The Best Kids' Birthday Party Food Ideas

Monday, July 22, 2013

So it's your child's special day. Surely you want your kiddo to have the most memorable time on his party. And some of the things that make a party a sure blast are good music and entertainment, a nice venue, and some good food. So check out these excellent food ideas your kid and his or her guests will definitely love.


Very rarely do you see kids saying no to pizzas. These snacks are great for fussy eaters or those who don't like to eat veggies. You can make home-made pizzas and top them with some healthy vegetables kids would still love. If you do not have the time for this, you can just order.

Chocolate Fountain

A party can be doubly fun and exciting with a chocolate fountain. You can either use white or brown chocolate, or both. It would still excite the kids. The things you can serve with a chocolate fondue are countless. You can serve fresh fruit slices or dried fruits, cookies, marshmallows, bread sticks, small brownies, marshmallows, and a lot more. You can also set up a cheese fondue and serve with nachos, or other types of fun chips.

Mini quiches

Kids love almost anything bite-sized. You can cut out circles of puff pastry you can get from your local store. Place them in 12-cup muffin tray. Fill each cup with softened onion, grated cheese, some chopped veggies or ham and then pour in a mixture of milk and beaten egg. Bake at 180 degrees until brown.


Kids surely love mini-sausages. You will not be surprised to see how fast a plate of mini-sausages disappear. You can serve the small sausages in skewers with marshmallows to make it more appealing. Or go with the classic way and serve them wrapped in small buns with some mustard and ketchup.

Fun Sandwiches

Keep the fillings of the sandwiches simple. Cut them into fancy shapes using pastry cutters to make them more fun and exciting to eat. You can make butterfly, flower, star, or heart shaped sandwiches.

Fresh Fruit Art and Cut Outs

Serve the kids with fresh fruits in a different but thrilling way. Cut some fancy shapes out of melon or watermelon and serve them in skewers. To make it more fun and thrilling, make a bouquet of flowers using slices of mango, banana, whole strawberries, and grapes.

Popcorn Delight

Serve bowls and bowls of popcorn covered with mouth-watering caramel. You can also do different flavours like chocolate, the classic cheese and BBQ, or even strawberry.