Bakugan Party Food

bakugan tablecoverKids are notoriously unadventurous when it comes to food (unless you’re talking about the Bakugan birthday cake)!. However, you can add some interest to the party snack table with some of these Bakugan-themed ideas:

Japanese power snacks: Fill official Bakugan paper cups with an assortment of Japanese power snacks, like Pocky cookie sticks, Japanese rice crackers, and Pretz savory pretzel sticks.

Bakugan mini-pizzas: Dress up simple mozzarella cheese mini pizzas by cutting red peppers and orange processed cheese into triangles and making starburst patterns on each pizza before baking.

Bakugan party tray: Make a fruit tray of Bakugan fruit snacks. Use a melon baller to scoop green and orange melon and red watermelon.

Dress up the table with mix-and-match red, black and orange tablecloth, paper napkins and paper plates. You could also go with official Bakugan plates and paper cups.

Bowls of giant gumballs ($1 each) dress up the party table, and if you have the time, you can draw some Bakugan detailing on a few of them with an edible marker to make them look like Bakugan attributes! These gumballs can be bagged up and added to favor bags at the end of the party.

Dragon party picks ($3.99 for 12) can also add interest to an otherwise ordinary plate of celery and cream cheese, cold cuts and cheeses or other party fare. Each colorful, tissue-paper dragon expands to 21”.

Bakugan Brawler punch: Serve fruit punch, Sprite or other beverage with multicolored balls of melon (honeydew, canteloupe, watermelon) floating in it.

Japanese bubble tea: If you’re feeling adventurous and you have a bubble tea café in your city, you can pick up some Japanese bubble tea for the party. It comes in dozens of different flavors, looks pretty and kids love it!

Hopefully these ideas help your creative juices flowing to produce perfect Bakugan themed food!