Monster Theme Party Food

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When I asked Chook what theme he wanted for his fourth birthday party he answered without hesitation, “A monster party”. At first I wasn’t convinced. His third birthday had also been a monster party! But his mind was set on it, so I turned to Pinterest for new inspiration and inspired I was!

Using Picklebum’s free monster printables I created food labels for the monster feast.

Monster Theme Party Food

Monster Themed Party Food: Mini Monsters. Totally delicious. Very easy and quick to make.

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Mini Monsters
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Recipe type: Snack Treat
Serves: 12
What you'll need
  • Fried noodles
  • 2 tablespoons of peanut butter
  • 250g melted chocolate
  • Mini marshmallows
  • Mini M&Ms
  1. Place noodles, peanut butter and melted chocolate in a mixing bowl. Stir to combine.
  2. Place rounded evenly spaced mounds on a tray.
  3. Place mini marshmallows where desired to represent eyes.
  4. Put a dab of melted chocolate on the back of a mini M&M and gently push onto a marshmallow.

Monster Themed Party Food: Mini Monsters

Monster Themed Party Food. Monster Sandwiches. A little bit of effort but worth it for the effect!Monster Sandwiches inspired by My Own Road.

Monster Themed Party FoodA new take on the humble meat pie (Monster Knees)  and sausage roll (Monster Toes).

Monster Themed Party FoodMonster Fingers (mini frankfurter).

Monster Themed Party Food: Eyeballs. Fondant coated cake pops. Personality all of their own!I hadn’t planned on making these Monster Eyeballs, but as I finished decorating the cake with two of these I was inspired to make more! So, how do you spend your child’s birthday eve? He he he!

Using a simple chocolate cake recipe and the cake pop tin I purchased for the twins Bubble Party I made the cake pops. Once cool I encased the cake pop inside fondant. I then placed a circular blue piece of fondant on the cake pop. Using a small tip piping nozzle and melted chocolate I went around the outside of the iris and finished off with the pupil. Once the eyeball was complete I pushed it onto a plastic pop stick and pressed the stick into a wrapped foam board.

So, what about the cake? Well, it is so awesome it had to have a post all of it’s own! Monster theme cake.

Monster Themed Party Food: Love this monster take on the fruit platter!Inspired by Palmettos and Pigtales.

Monster Themed Party Food: Monster Pudding Cups.The hit of the party! Monster Pudding Cups. I will post more about these in my Monster Theme Party Activities.

I had so much fun putting this Monster party together and the delight on all the kids faces made the effort worth it! Making the monster theme party food took only a little bit of time and effort. I hope we have inspired you with our cute monster theme party foods for your next party!

More Monster Themed posts:

Kid Made Monster Theme Party Invitations

Monster theme party decorations

Monster theme party activities

Monster theme cake

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