Between getting the invitations out the door to decorating the house, it’s easy to get birthday burnout before the party even starts. After spending so much time prepping for the perfect day, figuring out what birthday party treats to serve can be an added chore. So instead of scrambling the web the night before, pin these birthday party treats now so you have them handy when duty calls!
Cookie cutters aren’t just for sugar cookies! Make these adorable ice cream cookies with my simple peanut butter cookie recipe, chocolate, a ice cream shaped cookie cutter, and…sprinkles! No rolling pin needed!
Party Tip: Substitute chocolate frosting for the melted chocolate and allow the kids to frost their own cookies! Give each kid a small bowl of frosting, plastic knife (or spoon), and sprinkles for a fun birthday party activity.
The only thing better than sprinkles are sugar cookies shaped like sprinkles! Make these sugar cookie dippers as the perfect birthday party finger food!
Party Tip: Set on on a platter with a big bowl or divide onto napkins & mini bowls for individual servings. I’m kind of obsessed with miniature bowls, so my vote would be serving them up 90’s Dunkaroo style. But you do whatever your sprinkle-loving heart desires.
Celebrate birthdays by gifting homemade cookies in these printable cookie pouches! Perfect for party favors or making birthday party treats for school!
Party Tip: Place the cookie pouches in a basket near the door and allow each guest to take one as they leave!
Turn a old school treat into candy coated Rice Krispies Snow Cones for the perfect birthday treat idea! Customize the colors to your party’s theme for extra fun on these adorable treats.
Party Tip: For a homemade birthday party favor, place each one in a large cellophane bag and tie closed with twine and a birthday tag.
Looking for an easy party food on a budget? Pick up a $3 pack of Oreos along with some white chocolate and whip up these easy birthday donuts!
Party Tip: For a homemade birthday party favor, place 4-5 birthday donuts in a cellophane bag and tie closed with twine and a birthday tag.
Gift your favorite candies or s’more ingredients in these printable treat boxes! Perfect way to gift birthday party treats for adults or kids!
Party Tip: Place the treat boxes in a basket near the door and allow each guest to take one as they leave!
Print off the free candle printables & attach them to the popsicle sticks to transform these cold & fruity treats into mini birthday cakes!
Party Tip: Prep beforehand by placing the popsicles on a baking sheet, attaching the printables, and freezing until serving time.
Giant cookies that take the term “monster cookies” to a whole new level! Made with mega-sized M&M’s, these cookies are sure to be birthday party treat show stoppers!
Party Tip: Serve as mini cookie cakes or package individually for take home party favors.
Package up these cute-as-a-button graham cracker bars to create an adorable homemade birthday party favor. Made by covering graham crackers with almond bark and Sixlets, these are sure to be a hit for both young & old.
Party Tip: For older kids, this would be a fun birthday party activity! Allow them to assemble their own, then provide cellophane bags for them to package and take them home.
Recreate a childhood favorite with these Homemade Frosted Animal Cookie Wafers! Dip mini sugar cookies in almond bark and cover with sprinkles for the perfect birthday party treat idea.
Party Tip: For older kids, this would be a fun birthday party activity! Bake the cookies beforehand then let them decorate with almond bark and sprinkles. Then provide cellophane bags for them to package and take home!