From bite-sized cakes that pop out in a bunch,
to is-it-a-pie-is-it-a-cup, whatever’s your hunch.
Or say, choco-fortunes, even cookie-wiches,
or perhaps cuke-a-boats, filled with cheeses,
we have it all covered, from crunch to munch!
Like Picasso once said, it takes a long time to grow young. So, in the pursuit of youth and mirth and related matters, we present to you some Yummy-in-your-Tummy Tadka ideas for kids’ parties. As we take our baby steps in this little arena, our first Funnibbles kit is a scrumptious scream fit for little girls, and is sure to make you go heigh-ho, ho-hum, do-whee!
Wave your magic wand over the party table and arrange it like a special treat, the snacks perfectly proportioned, the munchies waiting to please the little darlings. A nibble here, a gobble there..and the giggles are music to Mommy’s ears!
Dress up your party table with whimsical place settings – paper doilies look sweet as place mats. Add each guest’s initials for a place marker and a complementing tattoo party favor.
Whether you’re serving juice or lemonade, who can resist sparkling glasses – swipe the rims with a lemon wedge and dip in colored sugar.
Fun! Fun! Fun! Remember those old-fashioned candy shops? Create your own with a row of glass jars or bottles filled with colorful snacks. We’re offering jelly beans, mini wrapped candy, pinwheeled bhakarwadis (for the spice lovers), tiny Cheeselings, sour twists and M&Ms. Kids love opening up the jars and serving themselves, they might even practice their manners as they pass the goodies around the table!
Corn-u-cup-ias! Kid-approved and thumbs up-ed..a crunchy pie shell, with a sweet-corn filling, bound together with lots of melted cheese. Who needs pizza with platters of these around?
There’s no prompting necessary to finish up veggies when you serve adorable cucumber boats, filled with squiggly cream cheese frosting and minty sprinkles. Why let the kids have all the fun? Turn these into hors doeuvres for a cocktail party – spice up the cream cheese and use round, thick slices of cucumber or zucchini.
Heaping popcorn or crackers in crinkly cupcake wrappers makes them super easy to serve and easy to reach for when hunger pangs strike little tummies.
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This is a wonderful way to host a “little” party. Great ideas, not too much effort, easy to do but lovely to look at.
Thanks, Aparna! Thats exactly what we were shooting for.
Wow! amazing ideas, love the last Funnibbles-popcorn in crinkly cupcake wrappers and Corn-u-cup-ias, routine grocery stuff but such an innovative effort:) Very impressive!
Thanks so much for the wonderful response, Vibha! Glad you liked our fun nibbles spread!
Your cake pops are TOO cute!! You are so talented!! Love your blog! 🙂
Thanks so much for your kind words, Kelly! Come by often!
Love the cake pops. So cute.
We think so too! Thanks for wandering in!
Wow, everything looks great! I love the cake pops, but the dipped fortune cookies and the cucumbers with cream cheese look awesome. I love that you kept everything fairly simple but dressed everything up!
Thanks, Heidi! So glad you liked it!
The cake pops are adorable! Thanks for the great idea!
They are an easy shape to make too. Thanks for stopping by!
Perfect! So cute 🙂 The kids must have been elated and such a gorgeous selection of treats, very imaginative 🙂
They were all keyed up for sure and the treats vanished within minutes! Thanks, Sasha, for coming by! 🙂
Cake pops are really so tempting!..what a lovely display..thanks for the entry
Wow, very nice. They all lovely and delicious.. I like it. Looks very tasty. I want to eat them all. Thanks for this one. Keep it up.
Thanks, glad you liked our little treats!
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Your stuff is so cute! such inspiration. … How did you shaped the strawberry cake pops? Is it a cookie cutter or did you just do it by hand. ?
Thanks so much, Sabrina. We shaped them by hand. Made a ball with the usual cake/icing mix and then flattened one end slightly and made the other end pointy. Once we did a couple, we were rolling out the berry shapes like pros 🙂
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