This kids party snack mix recipe full of FUN, KID FRIENDLY snack foods, is the perfect thing to serve at a children’s party!
Customize with your favorite snack items to make the perfect finger food for kids of all ages.
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WHAT FOOD DO YOU HAVE AT A BIRTHDAY PARTY?
When I hear birthday party, I immediately think birthday cakes and ice cream!
But you can’t go all dessert, especially for the kids and have them hyped up on sugar. Unless you are sending them home to their parents, LOL.
You need to have some real food. It has to be delicious, but above all else, it has to be FUN FOOD.
BIRTHDAY TREAT IDEAS
When I am thinking about birthday party snacks, I like to have rice krispie treats. Everyone loves those for sure.
Maybe some chocolate chip cookies, or brownies with whipped cream.
But, if there is a way to sneak some sort of “good food” into the kids, I will definitely try.
Your best bet is to serve it along with something that the kids love and you can get them to eat it. SNEAKY but EFFECTIVE!
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INGREDIENTS FOR KIDS PARTY SNACK MIX
- pre-popped pop corn
- goldfish crackers
- fruity cereal (such as Fruit Loops)
- frosted animal crackers
Goldfish Crackers – feel free to use the cheddar, graham cracker, or pretzel version. I like the contrast of the cheddar flavor the best.
Pretzels – I like the wheel shaped ones the best, but use your favorite shape or one that fits the occasion.
Cereal – Any fruity cereal will work but the larger ones are the best. Loops, Trix, Apple Jacks.
Animal Crackers – Animal crackers are fun because of the shapes and the frosted ones are the best, but feel free to use the plain ones if that works for you.
HOW TO MAKE A SNACK MIX FOR KIDS PARTIES
ONE: Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl and enjoy! Store in an airtight container for up to 3 days.
This party mix is a great combination of sweet and salty! Perfect for car rides, parties, movie night, or after school snack idea.
It’s guaranteed to be a hit with the kids!
WHAT CAN I SERVE AT A KID’S PARTY?
If you are wondering what to serve at a kid’s party, look no further.
Aside from the traditional party foods like hot dogs or pizza, which are great for feeding kids, you need something to snack on.
This mix is perfect because you can fill it with your (or your kid’s) favorite foods and snacks.
With so many festive and colorful foods out there, you can customize it down to flavors and colors depending on your occasion!
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This kids party snack mix is a cheap and easy party food that will be welcome at any birthday celebration!
MORE EASY PARTY FOODS
- Elf Snack Mix
- Holiday Pretzel Treats
- Pickle Roll Ups
- Sweet and Spicy Bacon Crackers
- Shirley Temple Float
- 2 cups popcorn (popped)
- 2 cups wheel pretzels
- 2 cups goldfish crackers
- 2 cups fruity cereal (Fruit Loops)
- 2 cups M&Ms
- 2 cups frosted animal crackers
- Mix all ingredients together in a large bowl and enjoy!
- Great for kids of all ages!
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1 cup
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 270Total Fat: 10gSaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 5mgSodium: 237mgCarbohydrates: 42gFiber: 2gSugar: 23gProtein: 4g
This nutrition information was generated via a third party, Nutritionix, and can not be held liable for any discrepancies in the information provided.
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