February 28, 2013
Dr. Seuss was born March 2, 1904, in Springfield, Massachusetts. His 44 children's books have thrilled many children throughout the years with imaginative characters and tongue twisting rhymes. His books have been translated into more than 15 languages and sold more than 200 million copies.
To celebrate the birthday of such a famous author, here are some fun party food ideas.
You could not, would not miss
The fun to be had with food like this!
I meant what I said
I said what I meant
It's Dr Seuss' birthday
One- hundred percent
March is the month, the 2nd is the day
Macaroni Kid has lots of fun coming your way!
Green Eggs and Ham
Prepare Deviled eggs as your favorite recipe calls for, but add a few drops of green food coloring to the filling. Then fill your eggs with the green filling.
Hawaiian sweet rolls
Brown sugar ham from the deli
Cut the rolls in half and spread mustard on one side, stack ham and cheese and put sandwich together, then broil in the oven for just a few minutes until cheese melts and tops crisp up. Serve along with the green eggs and enjoy.
Pop your favorite popcorn and fill up a brown paper bag.
Melt butter, corn syrup and food coloring of choice together
Pour mixture over popcorn and shake around in the brown paper bag
Pour popcorn out onto wax paper and let it set
Serve in your favorite see through server and listen to your guests oohh and ahh
The Cat in the Hat Marshmallow Pops
White candy melts
Red candy melts
Melt your candy melts adding a little oil if needed to smooth it out. Dip one end of the marshmallow into the red candy and place on wax paper undipped side down to set. Once hardened, dip the other end of the marshmallow, leaving a white stripe of marshmallow showing. Let dry.
Using a piping bag, fill with the white candy melts and pipe a hat brim around the marshmallows and let dry.
Using the tip of a very sharp object (ice pick, knife, etc) make a small hole on one end of the marshamallow (the side with the white brim if you went with this option). Dip your stick in the melted chocolate and stick into the marshmallow where you just made the hole. Stick into foam or glass jar and serve.
Thing 1 and Thing 2 cupcakes
Make cupcakes as you like and use blue icing to frost. About 15 minutes before your party, or before you serve the cupcakes, take blue cotton candy and place on top of the cupcakes to look like Thing 1 and 2 hair. This is so fun and so easy!
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