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Ideas for a Healthy Garden Party to Make Your Party a Smash!
Creative ways to have a healthy garden party. Don't let your party be boring.
There's one main thing at any garden party in which you need, and that is food. Food is a great way to be creative and come up with ideas that will amaze your guest. Instead of boring sandwiches and chips replace them with creative foods.
Beginning with snacks we want something more on the healthier side that will stimulate adults and children alike. For Instance, a food that in my childhood we called ants on a log. Now I know this may sound disgusting but it's not what you think. The ingredients that you need to create Ants on a Log is 4 stalks of celery, peanut butter, and raisins. First you start with cleaning the celery by washing any dirt that has been left on and taking off the leaves but leave the branches. Next you want to cut the ends off about a half an inch on each side. Then cut the celery in 3 inch segments. Once you have your 3 inch segments you will fill these with peanut butter. Don't worry if you make a mess these are suppose to be fun. And the final step is putting the raisins on top of the peanut butter. Now you have what looks like Ants on a Log.
Another great snack idea for a garden party is blue jello. What you need is either a goldfish bowl or a bowl which could stand for a pond. Mix the blue jello up and put in the bowl. Let the bowl cool a little then drop in some gummy gold fish. Now you have a pond or water with fish in it. To add more effect you could put gummy frogs or non-toxic frogs and lily pads to really give the illusion of a pond.
Now every garden party or party needs to have some sort of drink. For a Garden Party I would recommend having Blue Kool-aid in a [clean not used] Watering can. This will give the illusion that you are drinking Miracle Grow instead of it being just Kool-Aid.
Next we need is a entree to fully feed your guests. A perfect entree for your guest could be a mixed green salad with raisins, tomatoes, and carrots etc. To keep your entree healthy for all ages, I would cook up Garden Burgers. Most of these Garden Burgers are tofu, but not everyone likes tofu so cook up some hamburger with veggies mixed with it to give a garden taste right in your mouth.
Finally, we have to come to my favorite part of a meal and that's dessert. For dessert I would fix a devil's food cake and crumble it up into 8 oz cups making it look like dirt and placing gummy worms in each and every one of them with their heads popping out of them. Than I would take some green frosting and use a tip to create grass around there heads but showing enough 'dirt'. Creating the illusion they just crawled out of the 'dirt'.
In conclusion, don't limit your mind on what you can create. Make every meal special and creative to make your guest and your family enjoy it even more.