Throwing a little superhero a party of his dreams is the best way to celebrate an amazing child's birthday. These little Supermen, Batmen and Spidermen will need to keep their energy up with a great meal at the party. Serve these enthusiastic kids a meal and snacks to keep them playing all day long.
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Use famous superheroes and villains as the theme for the appetizers. Serve the children cookies that have been made into the shape of Superman's "S" with a cookie cutter. Frost these cookies yellow, red and blue. Give the children Popsicles that Mr. Freeze, Batman's nemesis, froze. Tell the children that superheroes need healthy foods to give them energy. Serve the children raw vegetables sticks, dip and fresh fruits. Give the children "radioactive" gummy spiders, just like the ones that turned Peter Parker into Spiderman.
Make a Superhero Sandwich. Make a classic hero sandwich with ham, turkey, lettuce, tomatoes and mayonnaise. Give the children their own individual sandwiches so that they can continue to fight crime. Cook individual pizzas that you top with strips of peppers and sliced pepperoni. Tell the kids that the toppings of the pizza were cut up by Wolverine and his adamantium claws. Cut diamond shapes out of chicken sandwiches with a cookie cutter. Serve these emblems with condiments ready for dipping.
Serve the kids drinks that will keep their energy up but not fill them with too much sugar that will cause the inevitable crash. Gatorade is an energy drink that children are very familiar with, and when served with pop rocks, it makes the children think they will transform from this powerful potion just like their favourite superheroes. Fill ice cube trays with fruit punch, and place the cubes into glasses of lemon-lime soda. The children will watch the colours of the drinks change right in front of their eyes.
The cake is the centrepiece of any child's birthday party. Make the cake into the shape of the child's favourite superhero or villain. Make your child into a superhero for a day on her cake as well by placing a picture of the child in a superhero outfit on top of the cake. You can also serve cupcakes, but with different elements of your child's favourite superhero, such a cupcake that has a yellow buttercream Batman symbol.
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