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Old 12-05-2010, 08:02 PM   #1
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"WDW themed Birthday Party Food Ideas"

What food do you think of when you think of Walt Disney World (for ex; Philadelphia you think cheesesteak)?

I want to have a Walt Disney World themed party for my son who is turning three. It's an adult and kid party so I need kid friendly as well as adult food. Already going to make Mickey shaped rice crispy treats & Mickey shaped pizza. I don't know if I should go the quick service route such as Pecos Bills, hamburger and fries or more international..Canadian beer cheese soup etc...

Any suggestions welcome
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Old 12-06-2010, 10:16 AM   #2
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Well- as easy add to the list is the Mickey and friends chicken nuggets that are avialable at grocery store (good food for a kid and in theme as well as easy to prep).

snacks: dole whips, chocolate covered items (pretzel sticks/marshmellows) especially if you can get ahold of some of the mickey sprinkles to put on theme, fudge, popcorn (use disney cups to put them in if you have them- refillable mugs, old buckets, ect)

there are so many items that would work as you mentioned- it depends on whether you want to serve more of a meal or more of a finger food buffet

Are you doing a certain theme with the games and decorations- if so use food from that area if it will be a hodgepodge then I would do what you like best and fits in your budget

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