Welcome back to Dr. Seuss week here on Moms & Munchkins! So far this week we’ve shared Dr. Seuss Party Ideas, Dr. Seuss Activities and Dr. Seuss Crafts. Today we’re moving onto silly Dr. Seuss food ideas for your parties or family fun celebrations. In addition to the silly food ideas, we also have them in a free printable format!
Simply print the Dr. Seuss party food tents and cut along the blue lines then fold each card over to make your food tents.
Dr. Seuss Food:
Not sure what to serve at your Dr. Seuss party? Want to plan a silly Dr.Seuss-themed lunch for your kids? Here are some fun ideas or Dr. Seuss food:
Green Eggs and Ham: deviled eggs with the yolks tinted green with cubes of ham on little appetizer picks (Book: Green Eggs & Ham)
Hot Dogs From A Spool: barbequed hot dogs (Book: Happy Birthday To You)
Wocket Pita Pockets: mini pita pockets filled with meat, cheese and vegetables (Book: There’s A Wocket In My Pocket)
The King’s Stilts: jumbo pretzel sticks dipped in chocolate and rolled in sprinkles (Book: The King’s Stilts)
Cat In The Hat Push Pops: red velvet cupcakes and cream cheese icing layered in push pop containers
Floob-Boober-Bab-Boober-Bubs: gummy fish (Book: On Beyond Zebra)
Thidwick Mousse: chocolate mousse (Book: Thidwick, The Big-Hearted Moose)
Pink Ink: pink lemonade (Book: One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish)
Doodle Delight: lime green soda (Book: Please Try To Remember The First Of Octember)
One Treat, Two Treats, Red Treats, Blue Treats: one small treat in a mini cupcake wrapper, two small treats in single cupcake wrappers, red candies and blue candies (Book: One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish)
Oobleck: green JELL-O (Book: Bartholomew and the Oobleck)
Daisy-Head Cookies: daisy-shaped cookies (Book: Daisy-Head Mayzie)
Roast Beast Sandwiches: mini roast beef sliders (Book: The Grinch)
Hop On Pop-Corn: popcorn with flavored salts (Book: Hop On Pop)
Yertle’s Turtles: chocolate & caramel Turtles (Book: Yertle The Turtle)
Truffula Seeds: a large variety of colored jelly beans (Book: The Lorax)
Poodle’s Noodles Salad: pasta salad (Book: Fox in Socks)
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