Easy and Instagram worthy foods for kid’s parties. Feeding kids is often challenging because they only gravitate to foods that look appealing. Here are some easy and Instagram-worthy foods that kids will definitely love. All of this looks so perfect that it won’t be difficult to get the kids to reach for them. These are also very easy to prepare so that you can do them yourself and save a lot of money instead of going for store-bought foods. Check out the list below for some of our top recommendations.
Individual Salad Cups
This is a convenient snack because it avoids one of the biggest issues at the dessert bar – communal dips. This cup contains an assortment of chopped vegetables with a healthy serving of the dip at the bottom. Make sure to create some variation in the contents of the cup and to make it as colorful as possible. You can add celery sticks, carrots, cherry tomatoes, and more.
Mini Pancake Stacks
This is another attractive snack that kids will surely love. Instead of serving one big and flat pancake to each kid, why not make smaller ones and then stack them? You can stack them and then pierce a flag through them to hold the layers together and to add some decorations. You can also be creative with the topping of the pancakes. Try a slice of banana with some peanut butter or a piece of strawberry with some whipped cream.
Watermelons are awesome snacks because they keep everyone hydrated and they are quite affordable, too. Skip the usual triangular slices and then go for cutouts! Slice the watermelon into half-inch layers. Use a cookie cutter to cut out interesting shapes. This makes the watermelon even more appealing to the kids. You can also use cookie cutters that form letters and then use the letters to spell out the celebrant’s name. The possibilities are endless.
Skewered snacks are perfect for kids. We all know that they are very likely to create a mess whenever they eat. The food they touch with their bare hands may stick to their fingers and then they will just rub it everywhere and stain everything. Try these sandwich skewers to skip that messy part altogether. The sandwich is deconstructed and each of the layers is on a skewer. The opposite ends of the stick have the bread of the sandwich. In between, you can add slices of tomatoes, lettuce, cheese, and ham. Simply alternate these ingredients to your satisfaction. This is super healthy and super easy to prepare. You can also make a variety of skewers for your guests in order to accommodate those with dietary preferences.