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Planning a Snack Party is Child’s Play!

Pankaj Kumar
 


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Planning a snack party is very easy and hardly takes you time. This article talks about tips that will help you host a party for the people you love.

When your child wants a party of her own where he gets to invite all his friends, don’t be under any stress! Planning a snack party is very easy as long as you have the space to accommodate all your guests. So get ready and host a party with ease for all your child’s friends and enjoy seeing him having the time of his life! Here are some great tips that would help you.

Enough seating for everyone

If you have ever hosted a child’s birthday party or been to one, you know very well that none of the kids ever sit! That’s right. They do everything they can other than sitting. So when you are planning a child’s party, make sure there is enough space for them to run around and generally have a good time. You can expect a lot of shouting and playing games so there should be enough space for them to do what they want. The best thing would be to arrange for some space in the middle of the room. Take away the chairs and furniture and create space where they can run around to their heart’s desires. The snacks for the party can be arranged on a table that can be brought out when the children are ready to eat.

Everyone loves potatoes

Children are notorious for their love for potatoes and so potato French fries are going to be a hit. Then there’s crispy aloo tikki which is another favorite with children. Don’t worry, you won’t have to slog it out in the kitchen to make these dishes; frozen foods are available at your local supermarket and they will come to your rescue! Just make a trip there and pick out frozen food packets. All you have to do is fry them up and serve them along with an assortment of chutneys, ketchup and cheeses.

Make canapés

If you want to impress your child’s friends, then go ahead and make some fancy canapés. All you have to do is get frozen aloo tikkis of a good brand and after they are fried, use your creativity to make canapés. They are easy to make with some pineapple slices, cheese, cream and other stuff that kids love.

Make burgers

Burgers are a crowd favorite. If you are looking for snacks recipes, it is a good idea to make burgers. Frozen burger patties are available. Next on your shopping list should be burger buns and you are ready to go. Start with frying the patties, toasting the buns and then put a patty between two buns. You can let the child decide whether he wants ketchup, cheese, lettuce or all of them together! A burger party is always a hit with children, especially those who are slightly older.

Deciding on snacks for kids for a party in your house is easy with so many options available at your local supermarket. Here are a few things you must remember though:

  • Store the frozen foods in the freezer till you are ready to cook them.
    Serve hot as soon as cooked. It will taste the best then.

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