Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Easy Prep Lego Party Food "How to"

These tasty treats are super easy to make and created a big WOW factor with the kids. Totally worth it! Be sure to check out my son's LEGO BUILDERS BIRTHDAY PARTY HERE. 

Mix food coloring into the icing and ice the Little Debbie treats. Stick the treats in the fridge for about 30 minutes. Then top with M&M's. Delish!

I used a Fondant circle cutter to make the cheese circles. Then dabbed a teensy bit of cheese wiz in six spots on each cracker and placed the cheese circles on top! Yummy!

I used the same Fondant cutter to cut out little pepperonis and placed them on frozen cheese pizza.

I melted the chocolate chips (enough to fill one tray of molds at a time) in the Microwave for 40 seconds at a time on 50% power until the chocolate melted. Take it from me, DO NOT over cook the chocolate. It will burn! I lightly misted some Pam in the molds, then scooped the chocolate in with a spoon. You have to work fast before the chocolate hardens. Since I only had two molds, I put them in the freezer to harden so I could work faster. The chocolates pop right out of the mold in about 10 minutes. Store them in the fridge until party time:)

  1. Lego Gummies— One other treat I didn't have time to prepare was Lego Gummies. Go HERE for complete instructions. This guy actually teaches you how to make your own sylicone Lego mold, if you have some extra time on your hands. Or you can just order some Lego molds HERE.
  2. Lego Hard Candies— Get them here.
  3. Lego Candles— Available here.
Here's where you can find all of my Lego Builders Birthday Party details:
  1. Lego Builders Birthday Party Invite here 
  2. Lego Builders Birthday Party here
  3. Easy Lego Crafts  here


  1. such amazing ideas - my sister is planning a boys party - can't wait to show her this.

  2. What a great idea for making LEGO themed party treats and food! Thank you for sharing, I am bookmarking this!

  3. What an awesome idea! My little guy is two but someday.....


  4. I never thought of lego pizza - great idea.

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  6. Thanks Ann for featuring my son's Lego party on your blog! Wow, you were really able to find some awesome Lego Party stuff. Really great ideas. Thanks for sharing! Legos have so much potential!

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  8. Great ideas! Thanks for posting. Just had a Lego themed party and used your idea for the snack cakes. Let the kids frost and decorate on own with assortment of m&m's, skittles, and gumdrops.

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