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Safari Munchies Mix Recipe for Party Snacks

To start off our jungle animal party food ideas, here is a fun and flexible trail mix style snack item for your little adventurers! Safari Munchies Mix Recipe for Party Snacks: 1 Cup Dry roast peanuts — unsalted 1/3 Cup Butter or margarine 1 Pound Marshmallows 1/2 Cup Peanut butter 3 Cups Puffed rice cereal 1 Cup Apricots — chopped 1 Cup Raisins In a large bowl, combine cereal, apricots, raisins and peanuts. In a microwave safe 9×13 inch pan, […]

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Cowgirl Themed Birthday Party Ideas

These cowgirl themed birthday party ideas give you suggestions for games, activities, food and fun at your country cowgirl’s party event! Here’s a roundup of all the ideas we have shared in one easy location for your party planning reference. Also see our design gallery of our customizable cowgirl birthday invitations to suit your own country card needs. Cowgirl Birthday Party Activities: Draw Pardner Craft Project Mustang Roundup Kids Party Game Easy Apples for Appaloosas Party Game Cowboy Herd-n-Seek Party […]

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Cowgirl Birthday Party Food – Campfire S’mores Recipe

Cowgirl Birthday Party Food Ideas – Campfire Smores Recipe Ingredients: – Chocolate chips, marshmallows and graham crackers It’s easy to make these old favorites, even if you don’t have a real campfire. Just use your microwave! Simply place a spoonful of chocolate chips on half of a graham cracker, top with a marshmallow and heat in the microwave approximately 1 minute. (Keep on a plate or paper towel.) Then put the other graham cracker half on top. See the rest […]

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Cowgirl Birthday Party Food – Happy Trails Mix

Cowgirl Birthday Party Food – Happy Trails Mix Ingredients: – Raisins, pretzels, chocolate chips, cereal and nuts Mix any of the above ingredients to create a healthy treat your guests can munch on throughout the party. Yippee! Also check out all of our cowgirl birthday invitations for your event needs! See the rest of our cowgirl birthday party ideas for your party planning, including the Easy Apples for Appaloosas Party Game and Campfire S’mores Recipe.

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Cowboy Cookies – Cowgirl Birthday Party Food & Activity Idea

Cowgirl Birthday Party Food & Activity Idea – Cowboy Cookies Ingredients: – Cookie dough and frosting or decorator gel You’ll also need a large baking sheet, toothpicks and a large tray or foil-covered cardboard. Prepare your favorite cookie recipe and form a giant dough ball. Spray a baking sheet with vegetable oil, and place the ball on it. Shape into a large cowboy hat, boot, sheriff’s badge, or any other shape you choose. Make it about 1/2 inch thick. Bake […]

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Homestyle Wrangler Wraps – Outdoor Party Treats!

Cowgirl Birthday Party Food – Wrangler Wraps If you’re heading to a ranch or other outdoor farm for your cowgirl’s birthday party this year, wrap up these quick and easy treats. These homestyle wrangler wraps are perfect for cowgirls on the run! Ingredients: – natural peanut butter – 8 wheat tortillas – 2 cups granola cereal – 1 cup raisins – 2 chopped apples or bananas Simply spread peanut butter on 1 side of tortillas, sprinkle on some of the […]

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Trailblazing Taco Bar Party Food

Cowgirl Birthday Party Food Idea – Trailblazing Taco Bar! Set up a huge trailblazing taco bar party food option at your country style birthday party, full of yummy fixings to please little eyes and tummies. Give kids crispy corn tortilla shells, pre-warmed in the oven. Then, enlist adults to help them walk around the taco bar stuffing shells with delicious fillings! (Separate the veggie and fruit ingredients, and tell kids how they can make 2 different types of tacos: Veggie […]

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How Now Brown Cows Dessert Recipe

Cowgirl Birthday Party Food Ideas: How Now Brown Cows Dessert Recipe! Whether or not they’ve come in from a long dusty ride, young buckaroos always enjoy a refreshing cold beverage. Ingredients for party food fun: – Vanilla ice cream – Cola or root beer You’ll also need mugs or tall glasses, straws and long spoons (optional). Put scoops of ice cream into mugs or glasses, slowly top with soda. Add straws, spoons, and serve! Also check out all of our […]

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