If you are planning a pirate theme kids birthday party, start by sending piriffic kids birthday party invitations. Then, you’ll be looking for some, tasty ideas for your pirate party menu to serve to the hungry swashbucklers. It’s easy to make any food fun, by adding a few pirate touches. Here a few great ideas to help you plan the perfect pirate party menu to serve at your celebration.
Pirate Party Invitations
Pirate Party Menu Ideas
- You can create a, a pirate ship, treasure chest or pirate hat shaped cake to have a a table centerpiece.
- Since pirates were known for their rough eating habits, try and include food which can be eaten with the hands.
- Choices like chicken drumsticks, pizza slices, hot dogs, or fish and chips work great.
- For sweet treats, we love the idea of “Peanut Butter Canon Balls.” They are a snap to make. Just mix peanut butter with powdered sugar and cereal, roll into balls and then roll the balls in coconut. Refrigerate for 45 minutes or longer.
- You can really turn any food into pirate food just by they way you serve it. Serve chips and pretzels, in toy treasure chests and adorn with shiny costume jewelry.
After lots of activities, the kids will love these cool drinks:
- Frosty Ale: Rinse a glass mug in warm water and put it in the freezer for 10 minutes. Then add a scoop of vanilla ice cream and top off with root beer.
- Magic Potion: Use red Kool-aid or punch and make ice cubes. The kids then drop the red ice cubes into sprite. It is interesting to see the drink turn pink/red.
Remember to keep it simple and fun. The kids will be so busy running around they won’t be dedicating a lot of time to eating! A cute accent treat to add it is chocolate gold coins scattered along the food table. Edible booty at it’s best!
We hope these Pirate Party menu ideas helped you plan for your party.
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