Dr Seuss Birthday Party Ideas for food wasn’t that difficult. We wanted to create memorable and fun food items to go along with the Dr. Seuss theme and we definitely succeeded.
And of course you’d expect to see green eggs…
And some Sam I Am Ham sliders….
Plus we wrapped up some silverware to make it easy for our guest to grab.
We made some Beeznut Splash Punch… (aka. Kool-aid) and placed them in some punch dispensers. This was a big hit for the kids and made it easy for them to serve themselves.
And some Yink, Pink, Ink drink…
Some One fish, Two fish, Red fish, Blue fish… (Goldfish crackers)
Hop on Pop… (Caramel Popcorn)
And more fish… (Swedish Fish)
More One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish Jello desserts. (Swedish Fish and Jello mixed)
And instead of having a cake to cut up, we made cupcakes instead and place them on a cupcake tower.
With the cutest printable toppers and wraps.
And of course with it being a first birthday, we made the baby her very own smash cake. We used another cupcake tower that we could place a cake on top with so it would actually look like a layered cake.
Be sure to come back tomorrow and check out our Dr Seuss Birthday Party Decorations and Game Ideas Post to see where we got most of our decorations from and don’t forget to check out our previous post Dr Seuss Birthday Party Ideas – Birthday Outfit and see how to make the perfect birthday outfit.
And be sure to follow my Dr. Seuss Pinterest board for more great tips.
All of these little food details really made the party come to life. Be sure to comment and tell me which of these Dr Seuss Birthday Party Food Ideas was your favorite.
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