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What do you suggest for party food? I have a fair bit, but just after some more ideas.

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What do you suggest for party food? I have a fair bit, but just after some more ideas.

Fruit kabobs with yogurt dip

Chips and salsa

gluten-free granola bars with yogurt dip

Fruit rollups

Pretzels dipped in chocolate or served with chocolate sauce /Nutella

Veggie chips

Chips, Cheese balls/puffs , Dorito's baked ,

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I don't know what granola bars are, but I meant to say nut free and vegan as well as gluten free. (thought I said it, sorry)

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We have coconut rough, mini pizzas, jelly cups, pumpkin pasties, melon balls on tooth picks.

Of course since we are vego it will need to be fully gluten-free and vegan, but her friend has a nut allergy.

We will have roughly 20 kids and 10 adults. She is having 2 cakes because of the theme. Most kids will be 7 to 9, with a couple of 1 to 3 year ods.

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Hummus, crackers, fruit dip made with coconut yogurt, cupcakes, cookies, Enjoy life Trail mix, dips made with tofutti sour cream/cream cheese.

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For my son's 5th birthday party last week, I did a big fruit salad, corn chips with a cowboy caviar type of dip and caprese salad skewers. Not typical kid food, but the kids all loved it! I was actually kind of catering to the adults, but the kids really enjoyed the food!

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So she is having a Harry Potter party and I found recipes for the food in the Harry Potter series. They can be made gluten free and vegan, except the licorice wands so working on a way to adapt.

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So she is having a Harry Potter party and I found recipes for the food in the Harry Potter series. They can be made gluten free and vegan, except the licorice wands so working on a way to adapt.

I read an article awhile back about someone making "potions" at a Harry Potter Party. Actually they were smoothies with the kids choosing the fresh ingredients that were given wizardly names. I thought it was a cute and healthy idea. Sorry I can't remember where I saw it, but it shouldn't be hard to do.

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For vegan I would do hummus, bean dip, salsa, assorted chips and pretzels. Maybe popcorn. A fruit plate. A veggie plate. We did Enjoy Life cookies instead of a cake.

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I read an article awhile back about someone making "potions" at a Harry Potter Party. Actually they were smoothies with the kids choosing the fresh ingredients that were given wizardly names. I thought it was a cute and healthy idea. Sorry I can't remember where I saw it, but it shouldn't be hard to do.

We had a "potions" table, I can't even remember all the names of them now, but we had things like Vampire Blood which was just red cordial, and I found some sherbert too. I bought little cauldrons from the party shop in their halloween section, and used alcohol bottles that I got from Freecycle for the liquid. We have a softdrink maker so I made up some softdrink and when they mixed the sherbert with softdrink in test tubes it fizzed right up, turned out so good.

We have a shop here that sells gluten free, organic, vegan items that mimic the regular ones but with a price tag that would make most people nearly die, luckily she only has a birthday once a year, and this is the first really big one she has had.

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