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    Default TMNT birthday party food

    DD is turning 5 in a few months and im trying to get orgainised (busy xmas and birthday time coming up)

    She is really into the ninja turtles and ive decided on a ninja turtles party.

    Im after some ideas for party food

    So far i have
    Pizza (of course)
    oreos for sewer lids
    green jelly cups for toxic ooze
    Green cordial for turtle juice
    milk arrow roots with green etc icing for the kids to make their own turtle cookies

    Any other ideas??

    Id like something a bit healthy. What could i make thier weapons (bow staff, nun-chucks, swords and sai) out of thats healthy??

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    I'm not sure re foods but we're having a ninjago party for ds and I've roped my brother into twisting balloons into swords. Maybe that could work for your theme too?

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    How about fruit skewers and bread sticks?
    You can get TMNT disposable plates from the party supply shops.
    And can you buy or make lots of the eye masks in the 4 turtle colours for kids to wear?

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    You could do celery sticks as swords? Get some kebab skewers ( coloured plastic ones) and thread a celery piece horizontally as the handle then skewer a long price on top as a sword? ( if that makes sense!!) and maybe put peanut butter on them or dip?
    Or get some green apples and put them on a paddle pop stick ( like a toffee apple) and make the turtle faces with melted chocolate or fondant icing?


 

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