Last month, I hosted a Halloween-themed bachelorette party. This wasn’t your typical bachelorette party in any sense: The bride-to-be brought her grandchildren, ages 5 and 1, along for the celebration, and we had a fun, family-friendly night playing candy corn bingo, watching Mickey Mouse with the little ones, and enjoying all the Halloween snacks that I had made, like mummy hot dogs and spider deviled eggs! And since we had little ones in attendance, I thought it would be fun to set out a special kid’s menu. And who better to provide the snacks than Happy Family?
The Halloween kiddie menu consisted of all kinds of seasonal treats from the Happy Baby and Happy Tot lines – let’s take a look at what was served:
Pumpkin, Apple, Peach & Cinnamon Squeeze Pouches: What could be more perfect for a Halloween party than a pumpkin treat? These were a big hit – apparently, the youngest guest was given one of these pouches, inhaled the contents immediately, and then was all disappointed that it was gone, looking at her mom as if to say, “What, that’s it? I don’t get another?!” Momma was just trying to pace her, otherwise she might have eaten up all the pumpkin squeezy pouches in no time! 😉
Apple, Spinach & Kale Squeeze Pouches: These would be perfect for Thanksgiving, don’t you think? FYI, these pouches can be warmed up – it’s not necessary, but if you want to switch things up, you can place the pouch in a bowl of hot water to heat up before serving.
No buffet is complete without a little variety, so I also included a few other fun squeeze pouch flavors:
This line of pouches is meant to make it easy to introduce whole grains into baby’s diet.
These snacks are aimed at the slightly older set, providing your toddler with 3 grams of fiber and 3 grams of protein.
Finally, I rounded out my boo-fet with these brand new Happy Yogis, melt-in-your-mouth snacks made from fruit and freeze-dried organic greek yogurt. Packed with probiotics and 2 grams of protein, these are meant to be a transitional first snack because they dissolve easily in baby’s mouth.
After enjoying the Happy Baby selections during the party, I packed up a few bags with the leftover pouches and snacks to send home with the guests. It was a huge hit with both the kiddos and the moms – so the next time you’re throwing a party where young guests will be in attendance, make to stock up on Happy Baby and Happy Tot!