Healthy Menu List for a Child’s Birthday

There are two schools when it comes to the food at children’s parties. There are those people who believe that the kids do not really care what they are eating, as long as they are having fun and as long as they are provided with enough sugar to keep them running. There are also people who think that it is important to think about the menu for the kids’ birthday and that it is also a good idea to think about how healthy the foods will be. We will take both of these into consideration and provide you with a few ideas for the kids’ birthday menu.

Pizza

It does not matter if you are going the healthy way or not with the menu for your children’s birthday, you can never go wrong with pizza. All kids love pizza. It is one of those eternal truths. If you serve children pizza, they will go berserk. It is just true. If you want to experiment a bit, you can set up a make your own pizza station where kids can create their own pizzas. If you want to go healthy, there are always pizzas that can be teaming with healthy ingredients. It is the perfect birthday food.

Hamburgers

Hamburgers are perfect for children who are older than 7, 8. You cannot really give hamburgers to a crowd of 5-year olds and expect them not to make a mess. For kids that are a bit older, homemade burgers are one of the best things that can happen to them. The great thing here is that you can control what goes into the burgers. Go with organic free-range meat, whole wheat buns, fresh lettuce and tomatoes, etc. You will have perfectly healthy burgers that the kids will go crazy for.

Fruit and vegetables

There is some doubt as to how popular these menu items will be at a children’s birthday, but you can always give it a go. Fruit salads (with or without added sweet stuff like ice-cream and cream) are always a hit while you will need to work a bit harder for veggies. It is most likely to have some success with cutting up raw veggies and partnering them with dips that the children will love – such as peanut butter or some homemade healthy alternatives. It is worth a try.

Something sweet

When we say something sweet, we mean a lot of sweet. Kids’ birthday parties are supposed to be about having fun and enjoying themselves and sugar is a part of it, no matter how you cut it. Plus, you do not want to be a jerk and have one of those candy-free birthday parties. Make sure that you have quality candy on offer and that you have plenty of it. Don’t go improvising with the cake. Make it sweet and delicious.

Something to drink

If you want to make your kids’ birthday party healthy or at least healthier, the best way to do it is with drinks. Get rid of the sodas and go for natural juices and other alternatives such as iced tea. Natural fruit juices are super tasty and delicious and kids will love them.

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