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Farm Birthday Party Food – Hoppin’ Haystacks

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Farm Birthday Party Food – Hoppin’ Haystacks Hay, here’s another cute idea for your barnyard roundup’s vittles! Kids will plow right through these yummy snacks… Ingredients: – 1 cup peanut butter (or almond butter) – 2 cans (5-oz.) chow mein noodles – 1 cup cornflakes – 1 bag (12-oz.) butterscotch chips You’ll also need a wooden spoon, large bowl, saucepan and waxed paper. Using a wooden spoon, stir the 4 ingredients together in bowl. Melt the chips in the saucepan on low heat, then stir into bowl with the other ingredients. Spoon out small mounds (haystacks) onto waxed paper, cool […]

November 13, 2014 by MamaDuck

Make Your Own Scarecrow – Farm Birthday Party Activity

Make Your Own Scarecrow Farm Birthday Party Activity

For a fun themed farm birthday party activity, how about a make your own scarecrow? You’ll need: – pillowcases or large T-shirts made into balls (heads) – permanent markers or acrylic paints (for drawing a face) – old clothes (hats, shirts, pants, etc.) – hay bales or raffia (stuffing) – rubber bands or string (keeps stuffing in) – lots of safety pins – yarn (hair) Collect used clothes from rummage sales and thrift stores (the crazier the better!); find a hay or straw bale online or from your local farm or craft store. Attach pieces of yarn to hats for […]

January 21, 2014 by MamaDuck

Farm Animal Pizzas – Barnyard Birthday Party Food Ideas

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Barnyard Birthday Party Food Ideas – Farm Animal Pizzas! On this cute birthday party treat, the kids get to create fun animal faces on their very own mini farm animal pizzas! Ingredients: – English muffins (split in half) and pizza sauce – toppings (sliced pepperoni, olives, mushrooms, etc.) – cheese slices You’ll also need a (dull) butter knife for each guest and a cookie sheet. Give each child an English muffin half and ask everyone to spread on some pizza sauce. Invite them to decorate an animal face using the pizza toppings. Show how to use the butter knife to […]

January 6, 2014 by MamaDuck

Ice Cream Piglets – Farm Birthday Party Food Ideas

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Farm Birthday Party Food Ideas – Ice Cream Piglets! These little piggies are made of ice cream and they’re bound to delight your guests at your adorable birthday party! Ingredients: – cherry, strawberry, pink bubblegum or any other pink colored ice cream (sherbet or frozen yogurt could also be used if you prefer) – chocolate or carob chips – pink jelly beans or other small colored pink candies – black decorator gel You’ll also need an ice cream ball scoop, cupcake wrappers, a cookie sheet, melon ball scoop and pink pipe cleaners. Scoop a large ice cream ball onto a […]

January 3, 2014 by MamaDuck

Pig Out Activity – A Farm Birthday Party Game

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Farm Birthday Party Games – Pig Out Activity You’ll need: – bowls of chocolate pudding (1 for every player) – barrettes and hair ties for kids with longer hair Kids love playing this messy game. Line up the bowls of muddy-looking pudding along the ground (outside if the weather permits; if playing inside, lay a tablecloth or newspapers under the bowls for easier cleanup). Tie back hair that might get in the way. Then ask your guests to place their hands on the ground, beside their bowls, and keep them there throughout the game. When you shout, “Suey!” everybody dives […]

September 16, 2013 by MamaDuck

Mister Monkey Sandwiches – Jungle Party Food Idea!

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Continuing our jungle animal party food ideas, these mister monkey sandwiches are cute and easy for parties that occur around mealtimes. They are also easy to adapt to suit children’s selective tastes, using cheese spread, jelly, or other things instead of the peanut butter as needed. Mister Monkey Sandwiches: 2 slices bread Peanut butter 3 M&M’s or raisins Sunflower seeds Cut a large circle from a slice of bread for the monkey’s face base. Get another slice of bread. Cut a smaller circle for a muzzle and 2 little circles for ears. Spread peanut butter on the face and ears. […]

November 19, 2014 by MamaDuck