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How to Train Your Dragon Party – Part III – Party Food!

How to Train Your Dragon Party – Part III – Party Food!

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how to train your dragon party cupcakes

A party isn’t a party without a fantastic food spread! After all the running and playing at our How to Train Your Dragon birthday (click here for Part II), our mighty vikings were mighty hungry. The boys were offered a balanced menu — some sweets and some healthy snacks — and they loved every bit of it! Nikki at Tikkido.com supplied the awesome viking helmet cupcake toppers (I can’t say enough about how cool these were) and beautifully hand-painted sugar cookies with the Toothless dragon logo.

how to train your dragon dessert tablehow to train your dragon party sugar cookies how to train your dragon party marshmallow popsHow to Train Your Dragon broccoli trees #viking #dragon #partyhow to train your dragon party-29how to train your dragon party hiccup sandwich skewershow to train your dragon party-30 how to train your dragon party-43how to train your dragon party-136Broccoli trees cut from the Berk forest were guarded by (or being eaten by) Toothless the Dragon, and a trencher full of meaty crispy baked viking drumsticks and turkey, ham and cheese sandwich skewers and deviled dragon eggs filled the kids up. There was even a bowl of “fish” to feed any hungry dragons that happened by.

how to train your dragon party-47 how to train your dragon party-134The cupcakes were picked up at the local Target bakery, saving some party prep time. Just like the adults, the kids were pretty amazed by the Viking helmet cupcake toppers!

If you’ve got some food sensitivities in your Viking crew, this menu is a great starting point. We served quite a few gluten-free options, as several of our kids can’t eat wheat. We have a local gluten-free bakery where I get one or two cupcakes at a time for for children who can’t eat the regular kind. I picked up all the other supplies from my local Super Target; it made for some pretty convenient party shopping to have everything available in one place! how to train your dragon party brocolli dipAnd yes, kids WILL eat broccoli at a party–you just have to give it a little creative presentation!how to train your dragon party viking chicken eatshow to train your dragon party marshmallow popHow to Train Your Dragon PartyAfter our Vikings were fed and watered, it was sad, but it was almost time to go home!

how to train your dragon party favors

As our Vikings left, they each were handed one of these wonderful Lollipics lollipops. This company is able to take any 2-inch round image and print it right onto a lollipop for you. So neat, and a fantastic way to really personalize a party! All our guests definitely left all smiles.

For more How to Train Your Dragon party inspiration, be sure to see Part I and Part II.

 

All our brave Vikings had a blast at the party–and putting it together is made more convenient for all us moms by shopping for supplies at Target. You can find the following items from our party online (linked) or in stores:

DreamWorks Dragons Defenders of Berk Transforming Shields  |  Toothless the Dragon Beanie

Giant Toothless Plush  |  Dragon Tumblers  |  Giant Fire Breathing Toothless the Dragon

How to Train Your Dragon Mini Figurines  |  Plates, Napkins, Utensils

Ultimate Fuzzy Kit  |  Cupcakes

 

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BE SURE TO VISIT OUR WONDERFUL VENDORS:

Sugar Cookies and Cupcake Toppers | Tikkido.com,  Invitations  |  Southern Belle’s Charm,  Lollipop Favors  |  Lollipics

 

 
Thanks for checking out my How to Train Your Dragon Party – Part III – Party Food! post. Check out my full collection of birthday articles, and also get more Birthday Party Ideas by Michelle Stewart, Liz Call, Tammy Mitchell, Randi Dukes and Mariah Leeson.
 
Paula Biggs

Paula Biggs

Owner at Frog Prince Paperie
Paula Biggs is a professional party planner, DIY crafter, and owner of Frog Prince Paperie, where you can find hundreds of party and craft ideas. You can also buy birthday party supplies, printables and accessories from the Frog Prince Paperie Etsy shop.

jessica yargo

Thursday 18th of April 2019

where did you get the wings for the marshmallow pops? they are so cute.

Paula Biggs

Thursday 18th of April 2019

I made them out of gum paste! :)

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blake

Monday 2nd of February 2015

Where did you get those cookies!? Those are great?!

Paula

Monday 2nd of February 2015

The fabulous Nikki at www.tikkido.com created them. Do visit her on her website; she has a tutorial on how to make them available!

Amber

Friday 3rd of October 2014

Where or how did you make the food labels and what does the chicken one say?

Paula

Tuesday 7th of October 2014

You can purchase the food labels in my shop at https://frogprincepaperie.etsy.com! :)

Kelly Jozwowski

Friday 1st of August 2014

Where did you get that amazing Berk flag/banner with the dragon silhouette?! And I can't seem to find your tutorial for the sheep. Thanks for all of the ideas! You are so talented!

Paula

Saturday 2nd of August 2014

The tutorial for the sheep is now up at https://frogprincepaperie.com/2014/08/how-to-train-your-dragon-sheep-toss-party-game-tutorial.html, and I made the Berk flag/Banner myself. :)