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Planning a Birthday Party? Here are Some Ideas for the Menu

by lenardjohnson (writer), , May 23, 2016

Some of the best parts of any birthday party happen at the table!

No party is a party without great food, and the ultimate party for food is a birthday party. Who doesn’t remember enjoying great snacks at birthday parties of friends a long time ago? Here is a list of delectable birthday party food that kids and adults alike can enjoy:

Mini Hotdogs

Downsized hotdogs are the perfect b’day party treats for kids, and also for adults squeamish about biting into a regular sized hotdog in front of well dressed peers. Order mini hotdogs from a holiday party catering service for quality as well as convenience.

Unicorn Bark

Usually an Easter treat, this colorful acrylic painting-like dessert studded with cutesy decorations is almost too pretty to eat. Unicorn bark is easy to make—melt colored white chocolate and pour the liquid onto a tray. Generously sprinkle different types of candy on top. No baking needed. Kids will love this and adults will be enamored.

Fruit Smoothie Jellies

Don’t want to give your kids sugar and preservative filled regular jellies? Then try fruit smoothie jellies that can easily be made right at home. Make fruit smoothie as usual, but with some gelatin. Pour into molds and chill in the refrigerator until the liquid hardens. Take it out of the refrigerator and now you have healthy jellies. You can serve fruit smoothie jellies with ice cream at summer parties.

Devilled Eggs

One of the most classic party treats, add some apple cider to make your regular devilled egg recipe out of this world. You can add some light food dye to the yolks to make rainbow devilled eggs for kids’ parties.

Cocktail Shrimp

Sometimes you need one of those fancy “adult” foods at birthday parties, too. Marinated cocktail shrimp is a scrumptious and well-liked party treat that your guests will love. It’s difficult to make at home and get the luxurious taste just right. Therefore, place a party-size order at a Toronto private catering service.

Party Salad Boats

Hailed as the perfect “handheld salad,” this is one of the best finger foods around, especially for partygoers who are finicky about consuming too many carbohydrates. It’s easy enough to make at home. Make a regular salad of your choice and stuff it into jumbo pasta shells. Yum, indeed.


Introduce exotic Mediterranean tastes to your party food tray with this savory relish. Mash tomatoes, red peppers, carrots and some chili powder together, and voila, you have Ljutenica dip. Serve on toasted slices of baguette.

Stuffed Olives

Juicy green olives stuffed with briny feta cheese are to adults what pigs in blankets are to kids. For the best stuffed olives, use Halkidiki olives and organic feta cheese.

Piñata Sugar Cookies

They may look like innocent sugar cookies on the outside, but wait until you bite into them. This unique rendering of the sugar cookie comes with various kinds of candy stuffed inside. Piñata sugar cookies will be the perfect addition to a children’s birthday party.

Amazed? Surprised? The party treat world is full of wonders. Next time you are hosting a birthday party, use one or two of the treats above to wow your guests.

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