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Pink Penguin Party Week: Food and Drink

We toyed with incorporating penguin meat into the menu for the Pink Penguin Party, but actually eating penguin seemed kind of inappropriate, and probably illegal and well just plain gross.

Instead we thought we’d stick with warm, cozy food in the form of grilled cheese and a couple of soups:

Using mugs as your serving dish keeps with that “cozy” feel and is great for that smaller kid friendly serving size.

Accent the soup table with toppings and these adorable olive penguins:

Sweets come in the form of food and drink when you incorporate a hot cocoa bar:

We love how Bower Power used individual coasters to add a splash of festive color and candy cane stirring sticks are a cute/inexpensive touch.


These peppermint chocolate dipped marshmallows and chocolate spoons are tasty stirring sticks and super simple to make too… guests can take their pick.

Cozy, warm, cute and creative!  CHECK, CHECK, CHECK, CHECK!  Tomorrow we’ll turn our hot cocoa idea into a handy little party favor and we’re talking about a couple penguin party activities so get back here for that.  Enter to win a digital “you print” invite good for any party in our shop by leaving a comment on any post this week.

Credit Where Credit is Due:
oyster crackers image, sour cream image, shredded cheddar imagerock candycakecookiesgrilled cheesetomato soupchicken noodle soup, penguin cake pops

2 Comments

  1. Have always wanted to try a hot cocoa bar… might just need to use this theme for this years kiddo xmas party.

  2. yummy ideas!

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