Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Party {Part 2 The Food}

On Monday, I shared the decorations to my son's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Party with you. Today I am going to talk about the food we had.



For lunch we had pizza, a Ninja Turtles favorite! Our sides were pasta salad, potato salad, veggies & dip, and chips & dip.

That is the boring stuff. Let's move on to what is really important....DESSERTS!!!

THE CAKE


For the cake I stacked three 10" round yellow cakes, and decorated them with the same butter cream icing I used on my Cookie Dough Cupcakes. You can find the recipe here. I used Wilton tip 2A to decorate the sides of the cake, and tip #5 for the top of the cake. The turtles are made from fondant, but I piped on their eyes on with the same icing I used for the cake.

THE CUPCAKES


The cupcakes were a chocolate cake with the same butter cream icing as the cake. I used an Ateco tip 869  to decorate them. The cupcake wrappers were colors of the Ninja Turtles' eye wraps.

THE BROWNIES


The "Sewer Lids" were brownies that I cut out with a circle cookie cutter, and drizzled with melted Wilton Light Candy Cocoa Melts*.

 THE DIRT 

The "Sewer Dirt" was a pudding dessert that my kids love, and it was also the first thing to get eaten.

THE JELLO


The "Toxic Ooze" was melon Jell-O.

THE COOKIES


For the cookie bar we had sugar cookies, butter cream icing, mini gummie bears, M&Ms, and a selection of sprinkles.

As usual there were plenty of leftovers, and everyone got to take home some goodies to enjoy the next day!


Update If you would like to see more from my son's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle party, check out these posts.
The Decorations {Part 1}
The Favors {Part 3} 
How to Make a Pull-String Pinata
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7 comments:

  1. Can you post the recipe for the pudding dessert?

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    1. Here you go! :)

      DIRT - pudding dessert

      http://www.onecreativehousewife.com/2013/03/dirt-pudding-dessert_29.html

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  2. Wow! We go all out for our kids in my house but you really did a fantastic job. Thanks for sharing. Will be throwing a tmnt party in July for my 5 year old.

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    1. Thank You! I hope your child has a great birthday!

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  3. Love these ideas! Thank you for the party ideas

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    1. Thank you and thanks for stopping by!

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  4. Oh My, to do such a thing is unbelievably intimidating for me, but my son wants a tmnt birthday party so badly.
    I am so grateful for your ideas...just hope I can pull it off. I'll be returning to your site continuously oner the next few weeks for guidance! lol! thanks again...
    Sabsmum in Perth, Australia

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