Juice & Cheese Party

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Juice and Cheese Party

Theses Juice & Cheese Party ideas are an easy way to plan a fun family night! Simply start by taking a little trip to your grocery store and let each child pick out a different type of cheese. Each child can then pick out a delicious sparkling fruit drink to pair with their cheese. You may also want to pick up some fun plastic cups and crackers.

There are so many delicious cheese choices! Some of my favorites are:

  • Cheddar
  • Mozzarella
  • Nacho cheese
  • Babybel
  • Swiss
  • Havarti
  • Cream cheese
  • …maybe you can even include cheesecake on the list of options!

Juice & Cheese Party Tasting:

Once back at home, let each child set up their own special tasting station. You’ll have to help them cut up their cheese selection. They can then set the cheese up in some sort of decorative pattern on their serving tray. They’ll also need to set out their sparkling juice, plastic cups and any other treats they’d like to serve with their cheese (like crackers or chips).

Once everyone is ready with their juice & cheese station, the family can take a little tour of all the stations. At each stop, the station host will describe the cheese (texture, taste, etc.) and explain why they’ve paired it with the juice selection. The explanations you’ll hear are sure to be cute & entertaining!

Each child (& parent if you’ve set up your own station as well) will get a chance to showcase their selections and offer a taste testing to their guests.

What cheese would you choose for a Juice & Cheese Party?

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7 thoughts on “Juice & Cheese Party”

  1. That sounds so similar to our picking platter nights. We let the kids help us fill the platters with fruit, meat, veggies, and crackers. Then we set up a blanket in the living room and let each kid “serve” themselves.


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